Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Airport Status, NW USA

Another useful website.

How and Why

This is fun, about Escher stuff in real life. This is fun too, about why we say things.

A break from recipes

Those of you not so interested in the gluten-free recipes might enjoy sites I stumbled across: a review of ramen, and tips for fluffly waffles.

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

An Apology

Blogging has been non-existent for a while. Sorry!

My wife and I went on a vacation for the week of September 18th. Vacationing for a week with someone who is gluten intolerant requires a bit of preparation, so time was limited before we left, too.

The week of September 25th classes started at LCC, where I teach math.

And this week starts the High Holy Days, so my ministry work is extra busy.

Enjoy the links I've collected in the past three weeks (below). Sorry I don't have time for more blog content than that.

Various Links

I have no yearning to own most gadgets that are sold these days. But this would be quite cool to have, in a way I don't think I can explain.

A good joke is hard to find, even in a page supposedly having ten of them.

Remember that old "Powers of Ten" video? Now it is a website animation.

My wife and I have been working on more gluten-free recipes. We have macaroni and cheese almost ready, and are experimenting with power bars. But we don't play with our food nearly as much as some people.

Has anyone heard of HeyMath!?

If you want to print your own graph paper, this site has many varieties.

How many famous people you already know of were Jewish and believed in Yeshua?

And visit New York City with someone's Kermit the Frog doll.