27 November 2005

Generate Secure Passwords

Category: Interesting Links,Site Updates,Technology — Posted by Michael at 2234

I just updated Michael’s Guide to Choosing Passwords with a new service from Steve Gibson’s (of the Security Now podcast) site.

The following is an excerpt from Michael’s Guide to Choosing Passwords
A good place to go for a totally random password is GRC’s Password Generator (www.grc.com/pass). This website generates a totally secure, unique and random password everytime you refresh the page. It will generate a 63 character password. If you need a shorter one, just grab as many characters as you need.

24 November 2005

Thanksgiving Fun

Category: Interesting Links — Posted by Michael at 0742

A little something to brighten up your Thanksgiving compliments of American Greetings.

Click here to view the “I Will Survive” Thanksgiving e-card!

A bunch of people have sent this to me. It’s pretty funny. 🙂

Happy Thanksgiving!

Category: Life — Posted by Michael at 0740

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. I hope you all get to spend some time with your family and enjoy some parades and turkey!

Also, good luck to all of you who are going out Black Friday shopping tomorrow. (as I do every year!)


Category: Site Updates,Technology — Posted by Michael at 0351

No Need to Click Here – I’m just claiming my feed at Feedster

20 November 2005

Make your own snowflakes

Category: Interesting Links — Posted by Michael at 1929

You don’t need to get out paper and scissors to make paper snowflakes anymore. Just head on over to Make-a-Flake and you can do it digitally now. When you’re done, you can download it, e-mail it, or anything else you want to do with it. Pretty cool!

If you make a really good one, put it in the comments even. 😀

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Family tree has grown again

Category: Genealogy — Posted by Michael at 1619

Take a look at the Gatti Family Tree site and see two new family members! 🙂

18 November 2005

Christmas stuff on eBay

Category: Interesting Links,Life — Posted by Michael at 2004

I’ve been posting all of my Christmas items on eBay since the Christmas shopping season has begun. Click on the eBay link in the sidebar to see what I’ve got or just click here.

If you like jigsaw puzzles, keep an eye out in the next week for a lot of them!

Info for the tree all the way from Iraq

Category: Genealogy,Site Updates — Posted by Michael at 1155

Last night I updated the family tree with some new data from my cousin Justin who’s currently serving in Iraq. Thanks so much, Justin, for taking the time even while serving our country.

See the family tree page for more details…

17 November 2005

Add a clock to your site

Category: Interesting Links,Technology — Posted by Michael at 1843

If you want to add a clock to your website, you can do it easier than ever now. You can also add countdown timers. Just haed over to www.clocklink.com. You just paste some code to embed a Flash animated clock into your site. There’s an advertisement on rollovers, but it’s not intrusive at all and worth it for the free clock. I just have to find a place for it on my site now!

Thanks to Amber MacArthur’s blog for pointing this out!


05 November 2005

Emeril’s restaurants are reopening

Category: Cooking/Food,Interesting Links,Randomness — Posted by Michael at 1029

A real sign that New Orleans is getting back on it’s feet after the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina is that Emeril Lagasse’s restaurants have announced an reopening schedule. The first one will reopen in December.

Check out the details here.

Jesse James, restauranteur

Category: Cooking/Food,Interesting Links — Posted by Michael at 0909

I just read in the Emerils Blog that Jesse James (of Monster Garage on Discovery Channel and proprietor of West Coast Choppers) is opening a burger joint in Long Beach, CA. To answer the obvious questions, yes the burgers will be shaped like iron crosses and yes the waitresses will all have tattoos. It will be called Cisco Burgers.

04 November 2005

Sign of the times – What’s a film camera?

Category: Life,Technology — Posted by Michael at 1158

A few days ago I went to a birthday party for my friend’s daughter. She’s three years old. I was taking photos of the event with my digital camera, but someone else was using a disposable film camera. The birthday girl ran over to her and asked to see the pictures she’d just taken as she pulled down on her hand to see the back of the camera. I thought it was pretty funny to see that in her mind all cameras are digital cameras. Maybe film cameras are going the way of vinyl records. (You know, those black frisbees that your parents have in the basement.)

03 November 2005

Pumpkin patch

Category: Interesting Links — Posted by Michael at 1206

I subscrbe to the RSS feed of Daily Dose of Imagery. He has a wide variety of photos, but I thought this one was particularly great. It’s a perfect fall picture.

Take a look here.

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