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Entries from March 2005

Pictures from the Capitol Greenhouse Conservatory in Olympia

March 26th, 2005 · No Comments

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Tags: travels

“Privy to the smoke and mirrors and the strings…”: children of legendary rock stars in Rolling Stone

March 26th, 2005 · No Comments

While searching on Rolling Stone, I found Children of Rock: Growing up in the shadow of legends, an excerpt from an article (and photo shoot) with quotes from adult children of legendary musicians. The kids, now in their twenties and thirties, reveal experiences growing up with famous parents and reasons why they connect with each [...]

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Tags: family

Family comes first

March 26th, 2005 · No Comments

Kudos to Robert Scoble for giving up his link blog. Family comes first. The link blog has been a great way for me to find others and for others to find me. But I’m glad Robert is taking the time for his wife and son instead. First things first. A link blog doesn’t last as [...]

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Tags: family

Cities missing children: Seattle ranks second for lowest percentage of children under 18

March 26th, 2005 · 1 Comment

Brett at DadTalk linked to a New York Times story Vibrant Cities Find One Thing Missing: Children. An accompanying graphic reveals Seattle’s position as second to San Francisco in the lowest percentage of children under the age of 18: 15.6% The problem is not just that American women are having fewer children, reflected in the [...]

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Tags: news

How does he do it?

March 26th, 2005 · 2 Comments

Eric Rice, at-home dad, has hit some headlines this week. He’s now the new kid for Engadget podcasts. Marc Canter announced that Warner Brothers is sponsoring Eric’s podcasts. He even found time for some Flickr Toy Silliness. What a week this has been!, Eric said himself. Read his list. I’m impressed. So, Eric, how do [...]

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Tags: geek