Beyond a day of remembrance our memorial day traditions remind us of service and devotion to the cause of freedom. We remember. We celebrate. We honor.
It takes someone willing to work just beyond the edge of what is possible to accomplish something meaningful.
Tomorrow I will commence work on a new data collection algorithm. I’m going to have it aggregate news at a very macro level. The algorithm part of the equation will evaluate the magnitude of awareness. An automated process will be setup to determine the top 10 stories of the day and report the number of people aware of each story. It should be pretty easy to build. Most of the scripting is already complete. End of line.
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Things should have been pretty calm today. A few things at work bubbled up at the end of the day and changed things from calm to wild sauce. That is a highly technical term to describe a situation where things get wilder than expected.
John Paul’s third birthday happened today. We got a cake from the Rheinlander Bakery. People really seemed to like the cake. It was a chocolate raspberry truffle torte cake. We have one slice left in the refrigerator.
The University of Kansas vs. the University of Texas basketball game had a great first half. I enjoyed watching the second half and really enjoyed hearing the RCJH chant at the end of the game.
For the first time in a long time, I had to fill out some education certification paperwork by hand this week. That was an interesting experience.
Nalgene makes some nice water bottles. Last week the good folks at Target sold me a 1,000 milliliter bottle. I’m making a real effort to drink 2,000 milliliters of water per day. My travel water bottle has worked very well.
Cracking a tooth is a very serious matter. Unfortunately, I now understand just how serious. Technology has not really revolutionized dentistry. The entire experience today was a little surreal. I’m still processing exactly what happened.
My office is pretty clean these days. I only have one major pile of papers to deal with at some point this week.
The Oklahoma State University vs. the University of Kansas basketball game will be on ESPN2 tonight. Overall the first half of the game was pretty competitive. Most of the second half was pretty competitive. It was a decent game to watch.
Tomorrow will probably involve both traversing the City of Denver and making a trip to the Denver Museum of Nature and Sciences (DMNS).
A curtain rod arrived from Amazon today. It will probably make an appearance in John Paul’s new room this week. Joni acquired some room darkening curtains.
John Paul got the first Super Dinosaur trade paperback today. It was written by Robert Kirkman. Volume #1 was a story time hit. Volume #2 may have to be purchased posthaste.
I picked up a Business Ethics class this term. It should be interesting. A copy of the textbook is already sitting on my shelf.