Yesterday as I was driving back to my office after a meeting I heard what sounded like a rock hitting the side of my car. When I got to the office I couldn't see any marks and thought maybe I got lucky. Then, when driving to dinner someone pointed out that my right rear tire was nearly flat. Ugh. I got the spare tire on and figured I would take it in to the dealership to get it fixed today.
So I drove into the Lexus service center today and they said it would take an hour or so to get fixed but in the meantime, I can sit in a comfy chair with free soda, fresh cookies, free wifi and the Michigan-Wisconsin came on the big TV. And Michigan just scored a touchdown!
Maybe I should get flat tires more often...
Monday, September 18, 2006
You may have noticed that I haven't been posting here as much. That's because I've been putting a fair amount of energy into my imaging blog over at Imaging Society. Lots of useful news and information about digital photography and developing your personal workflow.
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I found World66 -- a site that creates maps of all of the countries you've been to. I have my work cut out and it begs the question - do you go for volume or try to fill in a region? I mean there are lots of Caribbean countries that would be easy to hit on a cruise but they would barely fill in dots. Now Greenland - there's a big dot! Russia too. I am hoping to fill in that little gray spot in Europe soon when I take a train through Belgium in a few weeks. Perhaps I'll even zip over to Luxembourg as well.
The bigger issue is that I'm still missing 3 contents and one of them - Antarctica - doesn't even appear on the map! Poor lonely Antarctica!