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Software geek and mom blogs about her life. I blog about the trial of parenting and work. I also review books and classical music, keep up with many podcasts and send along fun things I find on the internet.
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Welcome to the Snow Kingdom
2011-11-07 05:17:00
Oh, the tales of unprecedented October snow and power outages in New England!  Ours was not so dramatic, but still a bit of an adventure for our family.  On October 29th, Saturday afternoon, Adam had his coldest soccer game ever in rain that changed over to snow.  I was fortunate to be warm at home with Dova  preparing for a dinner party when the flakes started to fall.  She wrote this message on our white board for our guests (changing HTML colors is more painful than changing markers, but I couldn't stop once I started). Welcome to the snow kingdom! Where there is tons of snow! You can sled down a snowy hill or make a snowman! There is so much stuff to do in the snow kingdom! There is enough snow for everyone! So come to snow kingdom where there plenty of stuff to do!  On Saturday evening, we shared stories, good food (ginger butternut squash soup, curry chicken and home brewed beer) and warmth with our friends aro...
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The Art of Leaf Jumping
2011-10-28 06:39:00
You know you're old when your kids ask you to jump in the leaf pile with them and you say, "No way!"  I remember loving to jump in the fall leaves as a kid.  Even in New York City before the 1978 pooper scooper law, I used to beg my mom to let me run through the leaves.  Nowadays, I whole-heartedly join  other types kid fun, but somewhere along the way, I grew out of leaf jumping.  But these kids have taken leaf jumping to new heights of joy. Who would ever think that getting a faceful of leaves thrown at you could be so much fun? Or a talking leaf pile?  I should clarify, a crazy talking leaf pile. Let's not forget Dova's rendition. But my favorite photo is this gravity-defying explosion of leaves and kids. Autumn is good. Too bad it's snowing outside right now here in New England! --- Thanks for reading my feed. Please stop by to comment!
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Try It On at GlassesUSA
2011-10-26 06:11:00
I've been a long time online shopper of inexpensive prescription eyeglasses for my kids and myself.  The kids still go through glasses every 4 to 6 months and at buying glasses at a tenth of retail is a no-brainer.  But my own eyeglass prescription is very strong, requiring significantly more expensive high index lenses.  The last time I purchased glasses online, I went for some fashionable rectangular lenses, forgetting the fact that a wide frame make high prescription lenses extremely thick on the edges.  Plus the wide lenses gave my face the "smashed in" look on the sides.  If I had the opportunity to try these frames in a store, I may have realized that the frames would not have worked on my face with my prescription. When I had the opportunity to review glasses from, I was glad to search for some smaller frames.  The one thing that I really liked about GlassesUSA was their virtual mirror. Other sites also allow you to upload a...
Apple Picking, Corn Maze and Corn Cannons = Fall in New England
2011-09-27 05:52:00
Since the kids have been indoctrinated in the New England tradition of apple picking, we have not missed a fall season of apple picking in recent memory.  And since my Groupon Summer of 2011 is spilling into autumn and beyond, we tried a new apple picking farm featured in Groupon this year. I was first intrigued by the Groupon for Schartner Farms because of the corn maze attraction, or "corn maize".  The aerial photo reminded me of crop circles which I've always wanted to experience first hand.  How do they mow it so precisely??  (The maze, not crop circles.  Crop circles are real, right?  Right??) The kids were a little apprehensive about diving in, but once we had maps in hand, we didn't get too lost (except in the tractor wheel).  Four acres of corn maze is pretty expansive, but we got through in about 20 minutes. And for another new activity, we tried out the corn cannon.  I am so not "country", that I had to googl...
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Impressive Calm on the First Day of Middle School
2011-09-23 06:27:00
Before school started this year, I had to spend several days convincing nervous Dova to take the bus on the first day of school.  She insisted that someone drive her to school and walk her to her classroom because she wouldn't know where to go.  Second grade is now her third year at our elementary school, and I was confident that taking the bus would not be a problem. Maybe she was concerned that it was the first time she would be taking the bus without older brother Adam, although she would never admit it.  She couldn't understand that every kid starts out not knowing where their classrooms is and that the teachers magically escort each and every one of them.  No students wander the halls lost all day!  Anyway, all my energy was spent of calming her down, that I completely dropped the ball with Adam, who was going to middle school for the first time. Starting middle school in fifth grade at the age of ten is definitely innocence lost in my book. But I ca...
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My Groupon Summer of 2011
2011-09-20 04:43:00
Everyone who knows me knows that I love a deal. So after I signed up for Groupon earlier this year, I couldn't pass up all the great family activities they offered. Some were from places that we've gone before, some were things that we've always wanted to try and some were places that we go every year regardless. Having a fistful of Groupons led to an extremely tightly scheduled summer with no lazy days to take a spontaneous trip to the beach. In fact our only beach day planned got rained out by hurricane Irene. We finally made it to the beach over Labor Day weekend, AFTER school started. So here's how the Groupon summer of 2011 went. As you may know, Groupons are only available for purchase for a few days, so these links are now expired. We managed to use them all before the Groupons themselves expired thanks to my OCD scheduling. Mel's Funway Park in Litchfield, NH I purchased four $15 passes for Mel's Funway Park which gave us each a go-kart ride, batting-cage tok...
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Brookstone Review Crew Round-Up
2011-09-16 13:15:00
As part of the Brookstone Review Crew, here are some items that I never knew that I could live without before! Check out the reviews on contest bytes for: Compact Rolling Traveler Suitcase - I've transformed from a hippy backpack wearer at airports to super chic expert traveler. Universal Phone Holder - When you want to be minimalist and simply carry your phone, driver's license and a credit card, this is the perfect case. Vinturi® Wine Aerator - You will never want wine without this essential device again!  It immediately transforms the taste Rechargeable iPod and iPhone Battery Backup - This small battery backup is essential when your iPhone needs more juice. LELO Personal Massagers - Ah yes, not shown in this photo for obvious reasons.  You'll find out why a $100 personal massager is so worth it. Thanks to  Brookstone for providing some of the products for review.  Which ones did I buy on my own?  Check out the reviews for yourself. ...
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Are You Boggled?
2011-09-09 06:17:00
I'm definitely no word whiz as being an engineer doesn't lend itself to being a wordsmith (disregard the mommy blogging, BlogHer and Autoweek gigs for now).  But when it comes to word finding puzzles, it's more about logic and pattern recognition than vocabulary knowledge. It all started innocently enough when Dova asked me to help her with the Webkinz game Eager Beaver Adventure Park. "Manures"?  Is that the best I could do? She would get frustrated with the crushing blocks timed levels, so I started "helping" her out.  I never made it past level 7 or so, but one day I finished the entire game.  And then I did it again.  And I found myself addicted to "helping" her get Webkinz cash with this game and others (Cash Cow, Goober's Lab, Bamboo Break, variations on my favorite games of matching hearts, bejeweled and tetris, all feeding my need for stochasticity). I tried out Boggle iPhone on a free promotion last year. &n...
L'Oeuf Love Thursday
2011-09-01 06:09:00
Silicone Egg Pancake Ring These silicone heart rings are so sweet!  Not only do my kids love having heart-shaped eggs and pancakes, they put a huge smile on my face when I cook with them. I love the association between the French word for egg, l'oeuf, and it's subsequent use as the "love" score in tennis. As I learned from tennis lessons in high school, "love" was used for a score of zero because the number zero is shaped like an egg, or l'oeuf, in French. But according to Wikipedia, "the most accepted theory on the origins of the use of 'Love ' comes from the acceptance that, at the start of any match, when scores are at zero, players still have 'Love for each other'." To me, when your score is love, you're definitely not feeling the love.  The l'oeuf explanation is more likely. Either way, we all feel the love when eating these heart pancakes. Happy Love Thursday everyone! Visit Chookooloonks&n bsp;for the original Love Thursday. -...
UC Berkeley CellScope - Where Science Meets Art
2011-08-26 06:33:00
CellScope developed by the Fletcher Lab at UC Berkeley I have always been an MIT snob, proudly supporting my alma mater and brainwashing my kids to strive to attend it (it's working on Adam but not Dova).  I even removed UC Berkeley (MS Mechanical Engineering) from my facebook profile because it bumped MIT off my profile page. Same goes for the alumni magazines.  MIT's top-rated Technolog y Review magazine is read by hundreds of thousands beyond its own alumni and I devour every issue with zeal.  When I receive the Berkeley engineering alumni magazine, Forefront, I never allow myself to be impressed. Recently, Forefront has stepped up its game.  I have to admit being impressed with technologies they have developed from affordable exoskeletons, to the new bay bridge, to this little wonder, the CellScope.  The CellScope transforms a standard cell phone into a diagnostic-quality microscope, which can transmit images of tissue samples for insta...
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Return of the Shield Sunglasses
2011-08-24 13:02:00
At the People's Party at BlogHer, Fox Entertainment provided a photo op with Blu from the movie Rio.  I donned a pair of ridiculously large shield sunglasses and poses in front of the green screen.  Afterward, I loved the photo and the look! I returned home with a quest for a pair of shield sunglasses.  NYS Collection came through with a large collection of contemporary sunglasses including many shield types. When I put on my new retro sunglasses, Doug looked at me and said that was nothing, he had an original pair of Bausch & Lomb Wings sunglasses from the 80's and produced the Yoko Ono-like sunglasses in a cordoroy covered case.  I looked online and a genuine vintage pair of B&L Wings runs for nearly $300!  Back when I met Doug in the 90's, I remembered seeing these sunglasses and heartily laughed at their shape.  Who knew they would come back in style and be worth so much? Adam in Doug's B&L Wings. Thankfully, the NYS...
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Mother and Daughter Time at BlogHer
2011-08-11 05:40:00
For the third year in a row, my mom has joined me at BlogHer.  It's our way of getting together without the craziness of grandkids.  In 2009, I was mortified and then relieved when she took the mic during my session on mommy blogging balance. Last year, we rocked her home town of New York together. This year, we flew to lovely San Diego, where she knew the lay of the land having stayed at the Marriott Marquis for several conferences previously. This year presented tons of great photo opportunities where we didn't have to shoot with a  long extended arm. Here we are with the California Raisin. And before indulging in Dannon Oikos yogurt.  I was actually confused to see the Oikos brand name on a Dannon product, where I've seen it always on my beloved Stonyfield, but this link explains the partnership. And from the cool blue of Greece, we dressed up in hot pink boas for T-Mobile. Of course there were long arm portraits as well, her...
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BlogHer '11 Brookstone Giveaway
2011-07-29 05:56:00
What do you think of when you think of Brookstone?  Do images of relaxing massage chairs come to mind?  Or perhaps nifty gadgets and accessories for the gadget-holic in your life?  Or maybe just super cool toys.  Like this AR.Drone Quadricopter.  I was lucky to receive this hands-on demo of total coolness.  It is controlled by your iPhone/iPod/iPad and can take videos from the front and side.  Can you imagine sending it over your house to take photos? But if you're more practical minded, here are some travel accessories that you might like:     Lightweight hanging Toiletry Kit with tons of zippered pockets for super-organized travel 4-in-1 Power Charger that can power just about any portable device with an A/C outlet, car, USB port or 9V battery        n?a?p® Plush Eyemask that can be heated or cooled for total eye comfort and zzz.....        Wordlock® Luggage Lock&nbs...
Recycle No More
2011-07-20 07:01:00
At work, I try to exercise during lunchtime, either by going to the gym, biking, or walking.  When the weather is cool in the spring and fall, walking is the exercise of choice.  For years I walked in my iPod oblivion, but I would always notice beverage cans tossed by the side of the road.  I always thought that one of these days, I ought to bring a bag with me and pick up the cans to recycle. Last fall, I finally got it together and brought bags to pick up cans during my walks. The bags would fill up much quicker than I imagined, usually within the first mile of the walk.  No matter how often I walked, there were always plenty of cans to pick up.  A lot of the cans were half full, so I would empty them out before placing them in the bag.  Sometimes, this was a pretty gross proposition, so I ended up wearing blue nitrile gloves for my walks. Ninety percent of the cans were beer cans, with an occasional soda or energy drink.  I began to wonder ...
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Knitted Scarf for Dova--Will She Wear It?
2011-07-16 15:59:00
The last time I knitted something for Dova, she posed with it for exactly one photo and refused to even smile nicely. It has sat in a drawer ever since.  Such gratitude! Knitted Strawberry Hat, January 2008 I refused to knit her anything else until we were at a craft store last winter, and we both fell in love with this yarn on clearance. The color was called "Chocolate Cupcake" and it looked simply delicious! Dova says it is chocolate raspberry ice cream. She maintains that she will wear the new scarf in the winter, hopefully with actual clothes.  One thing is for certain, she sure is beautiful. --- Thanks for reading my feed. Please stop by to comment!
Supermoms Can Get Trophies
2011-07-13 07:53:00
June flew by in a flurry with end of year events that seemed to stack one on top of another.  Last year, in Herculean super mom fashion, I managed this schedule one Saturday: Coach Dova?s soccer team in her last game. Have ice cream at the end of year soccer party. Hug the soccer kids goodbye and grab Dova?s soccer trophy. Rip off Dova?s soccer clothes and put on her dress. Rip off my soccer clothes and put on my dress in the car. Clean Dova?s ice cream hands with a wipe. Rush to the piano recital now in progress (Adam and Doug were already there). Record Dova in her first piano recital, as well as Adam?s performance. In a matter of minutes, we went from this: to this . I could finally relax being in the audience, but it was extremely hectic and I vowed never to do simultaneous events again.  Here are the videos of Adam and Dova from last year?s recital if you?re interested (i.e. you?re my mom). This year, my soccer coaching career had thankfully ended but the...
Synchronized Swinging
2011-06-14 04:38:00
When I was a child, my favorite playground activity was the swings. And when I was older it was the seesaw or teeter-totter (my obsession began at age 11 on my 6th grade camping trip). I am so disappointed that seesaws have gone by the wayside! I used to be able to turn around and do all sorts of tricks. But I digress... I am so happy that Dova loves the swings as much as I do, but she is far more adventurous when it comes to them. Not only does she jump off the swings, check out this incredible position. The chains were nearly horizontal, she was completely upside down! Even Adam looked impressed. I tried it myself and could barely get my body horizontal looking behind me, let alone vertically upside down, looking at the ground. Not to be outdone, Adam gave extreme swinging a try. Oh yeah, he saw the ground all right. This was from a boy that refuses to ride rollercoasters. But wait, I gave them one more challenge of swinging upside down at the same time. ...
The House on Loon Lake
2011-06-12 06:41:00
This American Life aired an episode titled House on Loon Lake which tells the story of a real life Hardy Boys mystery about an abandoned house in Freedom, NH. The story has become so much a part of my psyche that I felt that I actually read the Hardy Boys mystery book and looked to purchase it online.  Thankfully, the Internet set me straight and brought me back to the This American Life episode.  This post has nothing to do with the episode, but another house on another lake which brought me up and close to a real life loon. We are fortunate to have friends that have a summer home not on Loon Lake, but on nearby Newfound Lake in New Hampshire. We have visited every year since I was pregnant with Dova, and have had the pleasure of living the lake life for a weekend without the cost of ownership thanks to our gracious hosts.  The lake life consists mostly of water-skiing... (my second time up on water skis ever...) (unlike me, Doug can actually water-ski witho...
Relay for Life ? An Inspirational Night
2011-06-02 06:55:00
  Note: I participated in this Relay for Life in June last year but I am woefully behind in blogging. Thankfully the Relay for Life comes around every year and hopefully this post will inspire you to join  a local relay near you. When I first heard that my company was sponsoring a Relay for Life team for the American Cancer Society, I jumped at the chance to participate.  The Relay for Life is a fundraising event that lasts 18 hours from 6 p.m. in the evening till noon the next day.  If there?s two things I?m good at, it?s walking and being up in the middle of the night.  I choose to be present for the midnight to 6 a.m. shift, but I arrived early to see the luminary lap which started at 9 p.m. The main reason I chose to raise money for the American Cancer Society was because my father passed away from brain cancer at the age of 69.  I purchased a luminary bag in his honor and the kids decorated it.  When I arrived at the relay around 9:30 p.m.,...
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Welcome AutoWeek! Here's the Fleet
2011-05-27 13:43:00
After some time, I finally get to announce that I will be writing for AutoWeek online!  My first post, Here's how the minivan stopped me from having more kids, was published yesterday.  The original title was "Minivans as a Form of Birth Control."  We've never ever considered buying a minivan, especially since we stopped having children at two, so I like to joke that the mere thought of a minivan stopped us from having more kids.  That is until now... Check out the post over at AutoWeek to see why and how we caved with our latest car minivan purchase.  In the article, I mention that we love performance cars, but not which ones. Here's our fleet as it stands now. Last year's family portrait in an antithesis of a minivan... my 2009 BMW 135i Convertible with the M sport package.  This baby flies at 300 HP.  The story of how this car came to be is here. Doug's car is a made-to-order 2006 Corvette with the Z51 performance package. He b...
Sliding Down the Hoover Dam
2011-05-24 06:32:00
Amidst all the smoke and glitter on our trip to Las Vegas, we made a point of visiting the Hoover Dam, a crowning achievement of mankind. The majestic curve of concrete seamlessly integrated into the beauty of the terrain, mixed with the sheer power of the water, left us completely in awe.  Sure, the Hoover Dam isn't the largest dam in the world, and it doesn't have goats precariously licking salt off the walls, but it was still one of the most amazing things that I have ever seen. Then again, it was too amazing for me to take decent photographs, but here goes. We didn't go up to the bridge to take pictures, so this was my best attempt of capturing the width of the dam from the side. We didn't realize that the Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge only opened to traffic last October. What a view it must be from there! We were way too tired by the end of our visit to make another trek over the bridge.  Thankfully, the weathe...
Are You Ready for the Big Apple Circus?
2011-05-07 05:23:00
First things first, if you're interested in saving up to $15 off each ticket to the Big Apple Circus Dance On! show in Boston, here's how: Online: x and submit the code POP11 in the Promotional Codes box in the lower left of the page. By Phone: Call 888-541-3750 and mention code POP11 In Person: At the Big Top Box Office Tues-Fri 10am-8pm; Sat-Mon 10am-6pm We were all excited to see the circus this year, especially after watching many episodes of Circus featuring the non-profit Big Apple Circus on PBS.  From the documentary, we witnessed the huge amount of work it takes to put together a show and the trials of life on the road.  Once in the ring however, it is all effortless and magic. Before the start, we settled in with some cotton candy. The circus big top is really a tent that they put up by hand. No seat is more than 50 feet from ringside, which means great views all around (except for the clueless people that let th...
Lessons from a Talent Show Sore Loser
2011-04-24 03:43:00
Earlier this month, I entered a local talent show as part of being a tiger mom in the trenches.  I wanted to show my kids that not only am I pushing them to practice and perform on two instruments, I am getting down and dirty myself with my own practice and performance.  In February, I auditioned on the piano (a nerve-wracking experience in itself), and then choose to play ?In the Hall of the Mountain King? from the ?Peer Gynt Suite? by Edvard Grieg.  The piece was under the four minute time limit, something that I needed to finish learning and polish, and definitely a virtuosic showstopper. Over the next couple months, I practiced the piece almost every day (along with violin practicing, working full-time, parenting, etc.), drilled through the technical parts, and memorized it.  There were many swearing sessions with sore muscles and fingers.  I have not performed solo piano in public since I was sixteen, so this is not something that I can whip off at a m...
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First Photographs - Pieces of Giant Mom
2011-04-20 13:23:00
Over at Photo Sleuth, Brett had found my first photograph post and included it in his post about first photographs. In my original post, I mentioned that I have no idea what my children's first photographs were. Brett's post inspired me to do a little digital sleuthing in Flickr so I searched for the oldest photo tagged with their name as photographer. At Doug's birthday party in 2005, when Adam was four and a half years old, I handed him my Olympus C3000 and asked him to take a picture of me.  At first I thought this was his first photograph. I love it! This was obviously long before he became the great photographer that he is now. Then I remembered that he first photographed my face, and when I looked at the photo, I asked him to include my skirt in the picture. So that was his second photo and this was actually his first. Giant Mom towering over Adam! Here's a shot of Adam just an hour before enjoying Doug's birthday cake. Holy frosted sweatheads! Dova to...
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Somewhere Between 6 Million and 90 Billion Books
2011-04-18 05:55:00
In first grade, Dova has become quite the questioner when it comes to estimating quantities.  She recently came up with a question that I simply couldn't answer off the top of my head.  The conversation went something like this: Dova:  Mom, how many books are there in the world? Mom:  You mean the total number physical books or different books ever published? Dova:  Different books. Mom:  I have no idea. Dova:  6 million? Mom:  No, more than 6 million. Dova:  90 billion? Mom:  No, less than 90 billion. Dova:  Then what?? I have no idea how parents used to answer these questions before the age of Google. My guess is simply with smiles and rolling eyes. Luckily, Google Books came to our rescue with this post, Inside Google Books: Books of the world, stand up and be counted! All 129,864,880 of you. So I was actually right, there are somewhere between 6 million and 90 billion books ever written. In terms of order of magnitude, 1...
Zumanity Glamour Shots - Doing It Right
2011-04-17 13:44:00
Four years ago in 2007, I attended the Better Software Conference in Las Vegas. It was the first time I had been to Vegas, so I definitely wanted to take in all the sights and a show (as well as learn about agile software development and testing ? woo hoo!). Since I was in Vegas with no kids, I decided to see Zumanity, "The Sensual Side of Cirque du Soleil" (18 and older). The show was wonderful ? light-hearted, sexy and fun. Beforehand, a photographer took me aside and asked whether I'd like some glamour photos taken. I was all sweaty from hoofing it over to the hotel in the late June desert heat, and was wearing a striped t-shirt, shorts and walking sandals. Um, I'm not really dressed for that? The photographer immediately put me at ease and threw on a purple feather boa to glam me up. Since I don't know the first thing about posing for a glamour shot, she told me exactly where to put my hands and feet and how to look at the camera. I appreciated all the tips, but it ...
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Getting Gorgeous with Hair Room Service
2011-04-05 13:11:00
If you know me, being girly, especially with my hair, is really low on my list of priorities. I am blessed with typical straight black (dark brown to be exact) Chinese hair that requires absolutely no maintenance. It is  trimmed about twice a year and I only need to keep those Asian grays away. At the wonderful Getting Gorgeous event this year, organized by the super industrious team of Audrey and Vera, I waited through the long line for Hair Room Service .  There were three stylists and I carefully wished that my hair would be done by Michael Dueñas himself, founder Hair Room Service.  Before me, was Caitlin Knight of Raising Global Kids.  Michael transformed her extremely long curly locks into a sleek, shiny straight hair in a matter of minutes.  It was like magic! Of course having lived with straight hair all my life (lets forget the perm phase in the eighties), curls were in order for me.  Michael asked whether I curled my hair often and I expla...
Happy 1er Anniversary
2011-03-24 05:09:00
It's been a year since I've bought my car, a BMW 135i Convertible. The 1-Series is also known as a 1er in BMW circles, hence the post title. This post was originally published on BlogHer in March 2010. The original title of the post was Yes, You Can Be a Mom and a Car Enthusiast Too, but was edited to Mommy Wants a Convertible. Which was true, but not the essense of the post (geesh am I that shallow?).  Enjoy... In my twenties, I fell in love with BMWs.  I loved their history, their styling, and their ability to live up to pure car enthusiast standards in terms of performance and handling.  I scraped together all my money and stretched my budget completely thin to buy my first BMW.  I absolutely loved the car.  I loved how it drove, loved how it looked and I meticulously hand-washed and waxed the car to keep it beautiful. Fast-forward 10 years, and I found myself ready to buy a new car.  I had my sights set on a BMW convertible.  After drivi...
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I Can Be? Computer Engineer Barbie
2011-03-16 04:19:00
Barbie® I Can Be...? Computer Engineer* Doll Last year, Mattel announced that Barbie?s 126th career was voted to be Computer Engineer.  When I heard this, I immediately thought, wait, that is me!  Although I am technically a mechanical engineer turned software engineer.  What exactly is a computer engineer anyway?  Not an electrical engineer or computer scientist or software engineer or software developer.  Apparently, I am of that generation, where a degree in computer engineering in and of itself was relative rare (and still non-existent at MIT). According to Wikipedia: Computer engineering, also called computer systems engineering, is a discipline that integrates several fields of electrical engineering and computer science required to develop computer systems. Computer engineers usually have training in electronic engineering, software design, and hardware-software integration instead of only software engineering or electronic engineering. Computer engi...
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WW - Sledding
2009-01-28 06:08:00
There wasn't much snow in New York, but what was there was icy and fast!  Of course, Adam loved wiping out. --- Thanks for reading this feed. Please stop by to comment!
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