Good morning! We're just got back home from Mass and breakfast. Claire and Timothy were altar servers and I was the lector. Since the Knights were having a fund raising breakfast, we all went there instead of our usual Sunday DFE breakfast sandwiches.
Humor: Can society be fixed? (related comic)
Put up a web album of cameraphone snapshots. Just twenty that were salvageable. The tiny sensors in smartphones seem to really not be able to handle low light. My phone has a 13 megapixel sensor. To be honest I'd be fine if they used the same silicon area and made it 2 megapixels that weren't noisy as hell.
Found an interesting article that has me intrigued as much as when I turned a Dell Mini 10v netbook into a Hackintosh for Michelle. You can buy a $199 Google Chromebook and turn it into a dual boot machine with Ubuntu Linux on the other partition. You can also upgrade its memory and hard drive.
It's been a nice afternoon. Timothy and I talked about the Forth language and a new web server technology called node.js. He's also been tinkering with the old HP-28S calculators. After dinner I did some work updating Michelle's Kindle and also read more of Peter Kreeft's excellent Handbook of Catholic Apologetics.
I just picked up Abby from Confirmation class. Claire is still at work. We're hoping that since they close earlier on Sunday night, we might see her home at a better hour.
Found this official writeup of the clinical trial that Michelle is participating in.
Luckily Claire got home around 9pm. I helped her cover her car while Michelle got the boys ready for bed with their prayers. Not looking forward to the snow that is predicted early this week. Good night all!
“As a body is one though it has many parts,
and all the parts of the body, though many, are one body,
so also Christ.
For in one Spirit we were all baptized into one body.” — 1 Corinthians 12