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  1. Monday, September 18, 2017:
    Diaper Day  Clear proof that these cloth diapers should be living under the sea.     
  2. Wednesday, September 06, 2017:
    Extra Baby Picture Day   For everyone who wants more baby pictures.      This is Maia and her dad, walking around the backyard over the weekend. She learned the words "grill", "fence", and "goddamned mosquitoes". Wearing a baby in a front carrier every day makes me never want to get fat, because it's too hard to make sure you're aiming in the toilet when you can't see what's going on down there.     This is Maia whispering the secret code word to the dog. Parents aren't allowed to know what it is. Knowledge of the secret word gets you access to Club Baby and five starter Baby Bucks.     This is Maia being super cute with minimal effort. 
  3. Wednesday, June 21, 2017:
    Memory Day: Snapshots  The picture on the left is Rebecca at 4 months (October 1983), while the picture on the right is me at 20 months (May 1981).     This should allow you to extrapolate what our daughter will look like. You can check your work against the crazy 3D ultrasound image below!   
  4. Friday, March 17, 2017:
    Stuff in My Drawers Day  I drew this picture in April 1986 at the age of 6.     I was fresh from a trip to the Petersburg Battlefield, south of Richmond and the site of the longest battle in the Civil War. Having traveled to every battlefield in Virginia by the time I could do simple mathematics, I was oozing Civil War knowledge like a first grade know-it-all. Pictured here, is the use of sappers during trench warfare between the North and South. This strategy failed when the sappers dug too deep below their intended exit point and completely missed it. The tunnels then collapsed and everyone cried. Screw ups!   I'm not actually sure if Robert Lee himself was a sapper, but if he was a good leader, he would have taken a turn a...
  5. Friday, February 24, 2017:
    Stuff In My Drawers Day  I drew this picture thirty years ago at the age of 7.     Excited about a planned trip to San Diego to visit relatives and go to Disneyland but not really knowing what California was actually like, I created this true-to-life representation of the life that Mike and Annie live on a daily basis. Also, there is only one beach stretching the entire length of the coast, called CALIFORNIA BEACH, and all of the houses have push bars on their doors like my elementary school did. 
  6. Thursday, November 24, 2016:
    Thanksgiving Day  
  7. Friday, November 18, 2016:
    The Orge Family   A children's book written in fourth grade language arts class           Once upon a time, long, long ago, King Orge and his queen had sextuplets.   Their names were: Worge, George, Horge, Morge, Corge, and Dwaborge.     They were  always  clumsy.   Dwaborge would pull the cat's tail while...     ...George put a match in the  gas  stove.   "We must do something about these kids!" the cook exclaimed.     They  never  got the problem solved.   By the time they were all 30...     ...they became fighters and warriors.   They ...
  8. Monday, October 03, 2016:
    Seventh Anniversary Day  As anniversaries pass, and senility robs us of our wedding memories, we'll always have the photographic evidence to fall back on (click to enlarge).       Other posts in this series:  2013  |  2014  |  2015  | 2016  
  9. Friday, July 22, 2016:
    Stuff In My Drawers Day  Here's a cartoon I drew 24 years ago as a high school freshman. It depicts the assembly line process used to make a doofus. If you knew any doofuses growing up, they probably came from this machine.   
  10. Tuesday, June 14, 2016:
    Flag Day  Happy Flag Day!   As an eighth grader in 1992, I drew this design for my French teacher, Madame Gibbs, who needed something to put on the cover of the "World Potluck Dinner" program. This event was held at the school every year and consisted of different minorities bringing the most stereotypical food of their culture to share.     Of course, the programs were copied using an old-fashioned ditto machine, so the resultant program featured one and a half shades of blue, bleeding splotches, and less contrast than the darkly lit scenes in an episode of Game of Thrones. 
  11. Friday, June 10, 2016:
    Stuff in My Drawers Day  A common elementary school assignment is to assign an adjective or noun that best describes you to each letter in your name. I did this one in September 1987 as a fresh-faced fourth grader.     I am definitely a Brother. So far so good.   I am Reliable, and you can tell that because I play golf.   I'm pretty sure that Improsable is not a real word, but it sounds like it means I am unswayed by impressive prose, so I'll keep it.   I am Agreeable, as evinced by my willingness to drive you across a river.   Finally, I am Neat, both in the 80s "cool" way and the traditional "vacuums the house weekly" way. The Spanish moss hanging off the letters foreshadows my event...
  12. Friday, April 22, 2016:
    Overwatch Day  I'm busy working on proposals today, so here are some short movies of my Overwatch Plays of the Game in lieu of a real update.                  Also, here's  a video  on the history of Blizzard's failed game,  Titan  and how it morphed into  Overwatch , which should be interesting to anyone who's played any Blizzard games over the years. 
  13. Tuesday, April 05, 2016:
    Stuff in My Drawers Day  Sixteen years ago today was the Spring Concert of the VT Symphony Band, the second-tier band of musicians who liked playing music but didn't necessarily care enough to compete for FIRST CHAIR or practice more than an hour a day (if that).     This set list was completely unmemorable other than the fact that none of the woodwinds could play any of the runs in the Tschaikowsky, so that piece was fewer HIGHS and more lows.     This was in my fourth year at Tech, so Anna was still majoring in keeping fish alive, and I was still majoring in everything. 
  14. Friday, March 25, 2016:
    Stuff in My Drawers Day  I took these pictures 25 years ago, in January 1991, as a requirement for the Photography merit badge. This was long before digital cameras and color printers, and the negatives were developed in our basement darkroom.     The badge required a set of black and white photographs that demonstrated good and poor lighting, with no penalty points docked if your family was less than enthused to participate.     This merit badge really drove home the importance of lighting, as you can see. On the left, my dad just looks my dad, but put him in the shadow of a menacing deciduous tree and he could be the "mysterious stranger hanging around the lake when all of those co-eds disappeared last summer". ...
  15. Wednesday, March 23, 2016:
    Memory Day: Snapshots    This picture was taken 6 years ago in March 2010. We were taking advantage of ridiculously cheap round-trip tickets to Puerto Rico by spending a week on the island. The photo was taken somewhere in the rainforest on El Yunque and we spent a few days in a hippie's eco-lodge with only 1 option for dinners and no beer other than the four bottles bequeathed to us by another departing couple from DC. On the way to this lodge, we were briefly lost in a seedy rural town called Florida, where all of the street signs were mysteriously missing and all of the townsfolk gave us the evil eye.   I spent much of the down time on this trip reading about XML and coding in my head, and released the very first release of DDMSence ...
  16. Friday, March 04, 2016:
    Stufff in My Drawers Day  This is an excerpt of Senior Superlatives from my high school newspaper.     In 1996, no one thought it peculiar that the blacks would be athletes and the whites would succeed. Also, the lone Asian winner was voted in for "Best Hair". 
  17. Tuesday, December 29, 2015:
    2015 in Review, Part II of II   based on New York Times' Year in Pictures            Old Pictures of the Year :  2005  |  2006  |  2007  |  2008  |  2009  |  2010  |  2011  |  2012  |  2013  |  2014   
  18. Monday, December 28, 2015:
    2015 in Review, Part I of II   based on the New York Times' Year in Pictures            Old Pictures of the Year :  2005  |  2006  |  2007  |  2008  |  2009  |  2010  |  2011  |  2012  |  2013  |  2014   
  19. Tuesday, December 22, 2015:
    Stuff in My Drawers Day    I drew this picture in January 1987 as a third grader in Ms. Paul's art class. Judging from the limited color palette, there was either a paucity of crayons left in the bin, or I was emulating the EGA graphics cards of the era. I'm also not sure why there's a giant dwarf sun on the dying horizon, or a secondary one higher up in the sky. 
  20. Friday, November 06, 2015:
    Stuff in My Drawers Day    I sketched this doodle of my dad watching TV at the age of 9, on November 12, 1988. The couch was one of the uglier, more uncomfortable iterations in a long succession of couches stretching back to the beginning of time. In the background near the stairs, you can see the laundry my mom had just finished folding. 
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