01: as many nine-elevens as seven-elevens
- Why we fight the terrorists overseas.
02: want to taste their liquor
- Hurricane rains, avoiding brunch, painting, pizza, and Russian mules.
03: ignorance before Google
- Returning to work on the laundry room rotten subfloor project.
04: grudgingly slide
- Pounding in a new tongue and groove patch for ths subfloor sideways.
05: trapped in a Hitchcock movie
- Hardibacker and spam.
06: suddenly turns into genuine
- I finish the laundry room repair job in old tile.
07: for a good three miles
- Finding and fixing a short in my Honda Civic hatchback.
08: correcting daily annoyances
- No more annoying SRS light.
09: a woodchuck stakes his claim
- And Sally the dog responds. Also, I watch 'Heavy Metal Parking Lot.'
10: crashed communications satellite
- Installing deck framing to support another solar collector.
11: my favorite new substance
- How I love furnace cement.
12: supercooled malt liquor
- Also, being struck by manifestations of the shallowness (and depth) of accessible history.
13: French Tower
- Eating freedom fries and feigning petit mal seizures at the Hurley Mountain Inn.
14: inside a drill
- Reviews of Film School and Elf Power.
15: Daddy Long Leg stow away
- I take a little arachnid for a ride across the Hudson.
16: space walk
- Beefing up the structure of the solar deck annex.
17: social coffee day
- Gretchen decides to drink coffee with me once each week.
- Installing the frame and plumbing manifold for my new solar collector.
19: gaydar at the rock and roll hardware store
- A woman seeks a second opinion on color in Marbletown, NY.
20: rosy chuckleheaded optimism
- Watching and hearing The Decline of Western Civilization, Volume II.
21: roof ridge Sylvia
- First day collecting with a Solmaxx collector.
22: His Holiness
- My car rumbles occasionally through Woodstock.
23: fun with Arduino
- Random guests and I play with a little open source microcontroller board.
24: inter-project funk
- Can't do anything because I can do anything.
25: legislated down a sewer
- Great dumpster piles and terrible laws.
26: quantified solar lessons
- I visit a guy who datalogs his solar collection efforts.
27: red shirt is almost good enough
- More Arduino fun and a jazz musician tackles a half lobster.
28: new milestone into a future of grimness
- Also, a fun potentially neck-breaking form of recreation in Accord.
29: no Lulu replacement
- A fruitless drive to Hyde Park and fun with linear thermistor data.
30: Wilma, Marie, and VU
- Two more cats and an analog display.