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Entries from February 2006

Elena

February 25th, 2006 · No Comments

Ever since reading Dear Elena (via Ted) yeasterday, I’ve been wanting to hug Daniel Steinberg and his family. No, parents are not supposed to bury their six year old daughter. She died suddenly this week and bacterial meningitis is suspected. I’ll be reading this blog again and again for the wisdom there. He describes how [...]

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“I don’t know what their parents feed these kids….” -

February 23rd, 2006 · 1 Comment

Quote of the day from David Pelletier, speaking about Emily Hughes’ performance in the Ladies Free Skate at Turino as a commentator on NBCOlympics.com , (also partner of Jamie Salle, co-champion gold medalists in pairs figure skating at the 2002 Games. ) I don’t know what their parents feed these kids, because Sarah was one [...]

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Open Source Radio is in town

February 23rd, 2006 · 1 Comment

Just turned on KUOW and heard Robert Scoble and a Seattle food blogger talking with Chris Lydon of Open Source Radio on a show recorded in Seattle today. Chris said that he will be at Zeitgeist Coffee Shop 171 S. Jackson Street tomorrow from 6 to 7 pm (see this post). Wish I could be [...]

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My top 11 reasons & Ideas for changes: Northern Voice 2006 post #3

February 22nd, 2006 · 1 Comment

11 Reasons Why I Like Northern Voice and Moose Camp 1. The Kids Room Family friendly from the beginning, the conference only became more attractive to parents and caregivers with the addtion of a kids room this year. 2. NetSquared North I was grateful for the opportunity to sit in on one of the NetSquared [...]

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Blogs in the Bedroom: Northern Voice 2006 post #2

February 22nd, 2006 · 3 Comments

This panel probably was the highlight of the conference for me. Why? I didn’t know what to expect. I’ve watched and participated in panels in the past that were a bit rocky and rough. And I wondered whether this would become an inquisition into our bedroom life or a heated spotlight where we’d have to [...]

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