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Entries from October 2005

When a small town is too small

October 31st, 2005 · 4 Comments

Sometimes I forget I live in a small town. For example, when I start dancing in the baking aisle of T&C while searching for cookie cutters, swaying my hips and singing along to Madonna’s True Love on the background music – and then I stop myself, hoping no one saw me. You didn’t, did you? [...]

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The joys of island life: tree frogs and new bloggers!

October 31st, 2005 · No Comments

Welcome to the following new bloggers on Bainbridge! Making Trouble Bainbridge to Somewhere John Doerschuk, candidate for City Council, has a blog at with the title Bainbridge Island, nabbing the url 98110.blogspot.com And welcome to Danielle blogging at Finding my Identity. I’m happy to welcome another stay-at-home-mom blogger on Bainbridge! And I like her url: [...]

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Soccer mom no more

October 31st, 2005 · No Comments

goalie Michaela Yes, the soccer season ended Saturday. Ten months until the girls play soccer again. In the meantime I can put my soccer mom identity back in the closet. Or wear it as a costume later tonight. This season Abigail had a particularly excellent team, coached by Brian Carson. The team was small – [...]

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Appearing at SXSW 2006: “Bloggers in Love: Intimacy, Technology and Mask-Making”

October 28th, 2005 · 1 Comment

This fall I’ve also been busy putting together a panel for SXSW Interactive 2006. I’m excited to announce that Bloggers in Love: Intimacy, Technology and Mask-Making will feature Lisa Williams as moderator along with three couples: Joey DeVilla and Wendy Koslow of recent newlywed fame Ponzi Indharasophang and Chris Pirillo of The Ponzi and Chris [...]

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Seattle Mind Camp November 5 and 6: I’ll be there

October 28th, 2005 · No Comments

One of the exciting events this fall so far has been watching Seattle Mind Camp come together. To quote the blog: Seattle Mind Camp is a self-organizing, digitally minded, entrepreneur-driven, overnight Seattle confab. What happens when you put 150 of Seattle’s smartest geeks in an empty office building for 24 hours? We’re not sure either, [...]

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