Here are some things I will be selling if Apple releases an new iPod on September 5th and it is basically like the iPhone, without the phone…
- Nokia N800 Internet Tablet
- 5th Generation 80 Gig iPod
- My left nut.
- My soul
Anyone interested in any of the above should contact me directly to discuss terms.
I have decided to start using Jaiku to feed my current status to you here on The Random Post. In doing this, you will be able to see what I am currently working on, where I am doing it, and other random bits and thoughts. Just a little bit more of a peek into my frazzled life. Enjoy.
Those who have known me a while know that I love watches and used to collect them (Bulova watches particularly). My daily watch for years has been a Delma that, for many reasons, was no longer suiting my current life. Therefore, I have been wanting a new watch but I am kind of picky about what I wanted.
First of all, it had to have numbers. Not markers or Roman Numerals, it had to have numbers. Second, it had to have a clear and easy to read day and date. Finally, it had to have a clean and simple (almost minimalist) modern design. After much searching, I found what I wanted in the Timex T Series Perpetual Calendar Watch. This is a big, beautiful chunk of watch that fits all of the criteria set forth above and, thankfully, not much more. The perpetual calendar makes sure that the day and date are always correct (i.e. It knows which months do not have 31 days). It also has Indiglo like all Timex watches for dark condition viewing.
What makes this watch even more special is that Princess Bethany bought it for me for, what I think is, the first big “just because” present of our marriage. If I have not said it clearly enough before – She is the best wife ever! Every time I go to check the time I am just humbled by how lucky I am to have her in my life and care so much about me to get me something so meaningful.
My Field Notes.JPG: Got Field Notes?www.fieldnotesbrand.com/ (via Photos from patrickrhone, tagged randompost)
First Avenue: Hayday (promo trailer) (via jamesklambert)
Wow. Bethany and I were just lamenting the passing of the music scene we had here in Minneapolis in the 80’s. Here is a trailer of an upcoming documentary about just that. Very cool. The Replacement footage is just plain boss. Can’t hardly wait.