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Quote of the Day

Apr 16, 2007 in Family and Friends

“i think that things started going downhill for me when i started wearing matching socks more often.” — Rob Colonna

A Musical Baton

May 19, 2005 in Entertainment, Family and Friends

In the past 24 hours, I received what I think is my first “Why haven’t you been blogging!” message from Chris and I got meme-slapped by Michael. Wow, big day.

Total volume of music files on my computer

15.71 GB

The last CD I bought was

Crossfade’s self-titled album

Song playing right now

Nothing at the moment, but the last thing on the iPod was a live version of Pink Floyd’s Comfortably Numb.

Five songs I listen to a lot, or mean a lot to me

Right now, I don’t really have any songs that mean a lot to me. However, there are a few that that’ve stuck with me over the years and a few that I’m rather into right now.

Five people to whom I’m passing the baton

You know, I’m not even sure if half these people know about this blog 🙂 I think that means I need better advertising.

A quick note for Michael, Chris, and Lee — thanks for claiming the pretty much the whole ATPM staff!

Certain other people in my life need to get weblogs, simply because I’d really like to see how they’d respond to this.


Oct 09, 2004 in Family and Friends

Congrats to Chris and Ellen on the birth of Jordan Louise Contard. All home annd doing great.

Chris Hired

Dec 09, 2003 in Family and Friends

Yeah, yeah, so I’m a little slow. Chris Turner has rejoined the ranks of the gainfully employed, working for AMX in Texas.

Barely a week on the job and he’s already pulled an all-nighter.

Congratulations, Chris.

Hire Chris

Oct 12, 2003 in Family and Friends

Chris Turner:

So potential employers, I’m a Mac geek with a decade of experience in computer support, with a little HTML knowledge I’d like to expand on. I need to stay in the Dallas area, and I’m open to contract, contract-to-hire, or, best of all, permanent positions.

If you’re looking for a Mac guy in the Dallas area, give Chris a look. I’ve known and worked with him through ATPM for several years now. He’s both very talented and very cool.