Stream of Conciousness
July 6, 2009
The peaceful faces of my girls asleep.

I couldn’t resist sneaking in a few pics of my daughters as they lay sleeping. : http://bit.ly/relrD

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July 5, 2009
Road Rage

Look out world! :

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July 4, 2009
Homemade taco poke

Mits made home made taco (octopus) poke. Spicy but good. :

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June 19, 2009
Still not used to it

Still not used to people wishing me Happy Father’s Day. Two years seems like two breaths.

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June 17, 2009
Wrap your lips around some spotted dick!

Sounds yummy! Want some? : http://bit.ly/TJEOs

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June 6, 2009
38 children dead - I can’t help but think of my own 2 kids

The fire at a day-care in Hermosillo (Mexico) is an incredible tragedy
(http://bit.ly/OeMRe) and I can’t help but ask myself,

“What would I do if it had happened to me and my children”?

I applaud the father who ran his truck through a wall in the building
to save his child.

Some high points from the article:
* The day-care was in a converted warehouse building
* There was only one exit
* There were six staffers for 142 children

Hopefully the loss of all these children will serve as a catalyst for
change in Mexico.

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May 30, 2009
Stayin’ up late - again

This time, it’s to watch the last Underworld movie.

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May 27, 2009
Is Medicine Going Social?
While most folks are wondering if twitter will turn a profit, two guys are thinking outside the box and are getting a different ROI from the social network.
A Real ROI from Twitter? The Start of Social Medical Networks has this to say:
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> On Sunday, the era of social networking gives rise to one of the first steps into an era of medical networking. Where families and friends who barely know each other come together to solve chronic conditions that befall loved ones.
Basically, a web-based program called ChARMTracker keeps track all the drugs, supplements, and diets that a patient participates in.
This data is then sent to a huge database and all this is done using twitter, Zoho, and Netsuite.
It almost like using the power of the crowd to research and combat disease:
> But what this really augurs is a whole new form of social networking, brought to bear against chronic conditions of all kinds.
I'd really like to see this move forward. Crowdsourcing to fight disease? Great idea. What are your thoughts? Use the comment section below to tell me.
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May 23, 2009
Kyan in sunshine

Kyan loves to play on the swing set at Nana’s house, and I took this quick snapshot of her with the setting sun in the background (flares were intentional). : http://bit.ly/G1DxZ

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May 22, 2009
buhbye

Sorry, forgot the link. : http://bit.ly/abJd9

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