Monthly Archive: June 2005

Theology, Perspective, Racial Reconciliation

Theology, Perspective, Racial Reconciliation

Abner Ramos over at the El Acceso blog (El Acceso is the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship at East Los Angeles College) has been sharing some poignantly personal reflections on theology, perspective, and racial reconcilation. I’ll link to them as he continues...

what I like about Austin

what I like about Austin

My sleep number is 45. After hearing so many ads and promotionals about the Select Comfort bed, I just had to walk into their retail store at the mall and get my number. I had just bought a bed about...

unlocking Treo 600, an exploration

unlocking Treo 600, an exploration

I’ve been having occasional problems with the Treo 600’s cell phone function (loud buzzing heard only by the person I’m calling, and usually during the most important calls), and want to find a reliable way to use my current cell...

listen to the future

listen to the future

Got my first custom CD burned off at Brian “Cosmo” Lin‘s Starbucks (Parmer & Metric) in Austin. It’s Starbucks‘ latest initiative with Hear Music, and I sure hope it goes better than Chantico (how many people really want to drink...

I bruise easily

I bruise easily

The physical is a metaphor for my emotional being too, in this case. I got this shiner walking into a coat hook in the bathroom stall. I bruise easily, physically and emotionally. While my talents seem to be more in...

drawing a blank

drawing a blank

I got awoken in the middle of the night, slowly catching up on my Bloglines feeds, a mostly hopeless effort. So many people are writing so much faster than I can possibly read, much less scan (skim). Good to see...

Thinking in Austin

Thinking in Austin

Here are thoughts that’ve crossed my mind today: Yesterday on my only day home in weeks, I conducted open-heart surgery on my Treo 600. It occasionally has a terrible buzzing, heard only by the person I’m calling. Several web forums...