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cartoon life: Shaving time

I probably would have stayed with the same brand. But it’s too difficult to match things up. I have two big brand name handles bought in the last year, because I previously bought blade cartridges that didn’t fit the previous handle I was using. Can’t find that handle. Whenever my daughter comes home from college, […] . . . → Read More: cartoon life: Shaving time

Dead Wild Roses: In Which Intransigentia tries playing Video Games

How I (mostly) feel about video games

I grew up playing with Barbies and reading books, and didn’t really use a computer for anything other than basic word processing until around the turn of the century. On top of that, I have really bad hand-eye coordination, and not great depth perception, so simulated . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: In Which Intransigentia tries playing Video Games

calgaryliberal.com: I’m with Raj. (Mergers, Kent Hehr, cont.)

Just pointing something out here. Raj Sherman says Kent Hehr can speak his mind on mergers and the very base frustration that the Liberal MLA from Buffalo has with politics as they stand in Alberta. Hehr giving voice to that fundamental frustration is fine and well. People who care deeply about the process are frustrated. . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: I’m with Raj. (Mergers, Kent Hehr, cont.)

knitnut.net: The Ottawa Citizen needs a new website

The Ottawa Citizen needs a new website. The current one is way more frustrating than any website should be in 2012. It’s intermittently slow and unresponsive, and if you watch the status bar, you can see that it’s choking on layers of advertising. It’s waiting for things to be delivered from ad sites, and . . . → Read More: knitnut.net: The Ottawa Citizen needs a new website