Monthly Archives: January 2009

Seattle – A Couple of Restaurant Reviews

This past week I spent a few days in Seattle working in our office there with some of my incredible colleagues and friends. I was lucky enough to have a few great meals while there, and I posted some Yelp … Continue reading

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Eater L.A. – Great “Top Chef” Coverage

Okay, I know that constantly animating .gif images are not in the realm of web page best practices, but this one illustrates one of my favorite blog finds of late: the play-by-play funny coverage of this season of Top Chef … Continue reading

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Casa Sanchez

I love L.A., premium Cadillac margaritas and Saturdays. Scotty Dub-yuh aka “Calculus” and Bretty aka “DGITNFL” hit Casa Sanchez for a night out. What a great time. The fantastic mariachi band, singers and dancers stayed on a stage that looked … Continue reading

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Some Friday Viral Video Fun

It’s one of those days. It’s raining in L.A. There’s too much work to do and it’s already lunch on Friday. One of those days when you might just need a little laugh. This is a not-quite-an-oldie-but-still-goodie. From Videogum, this … Continue reading

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Simple Song

This was written by Zach in no more than 35 seconds, which is leading to a great idea which is speed-writing commercial jingles. Now I just have to figure out how to get that into an idea. Comin%20Together.mp3

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Red-eyes, Football and Communists.

The brothers Thomas & Jefferson beer red-eyes set-up at the Burruss household. It was a great day. We’ve started a Sunday extended family dinner and kicked it off this week at our house with a circle of friends. Homemade chili, … Continue reading

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Where the Hell Am I?

I got turned around after getting off a Delta flight at LAX and somehow ended up in a subterranean passageway connected Terminals 5 and 6. It looks like a scene from George Lucas’s THX 1138. After I finally reached the … Continue reading

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Seattle Airport: Snowball Express

Snowball Express is dedicated to helping the children of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces since 9/11. This was a BP sponsored gate I passed while walking to my flight in Seattle. … Continue reading

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Data Visualization

5 Best Data Visualization Projects of the Year | FlowingData I originally found this article from a Twitter post from Gareth at Modernista!. Radiohead’s “House of Cards” was one of my favorite songs of the year as well. The music … Continue reading

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L.A. Victory Gardens

Victory gardens sprout up again – Los Angeles Times A vegetable garden sounds like a great project. We’ve been talking about converting our overly grassy (but very nice) front lawn and part of the backyard into a food source. We’ve … Continue reading

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