TITLE: On sabbatical AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/10/2014 02:04:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: We're selling our house in Carrboro AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/18/2014 12:52:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Time to move to a new web host AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/05/2014 02:19:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A retraction, stepping back, and looking forward AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/05/2014 01:59:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Roots and bitters AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/01/2014 10:15:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Something I'd like to do in 2014 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/30/2014 02:06:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Moments and friends AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/28/2013 10:41:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Footnotes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/20/2013 02:40:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: If I won the lottery AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/20/2013 02:11:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Evolution of an online essay AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/18/2013 09:14:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: How do I want to be? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/12/2013 01:51:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Completed: Department of Medicine annual report AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/07/2013 12:13:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Duke CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: We're going that way AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/24/2013 11:03:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Observations ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: About my new About page AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/23/2013 08:46:03 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Respecting my community AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/21/2013 10:24:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Getting ready for ScienceOnline Together 2014 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/09/2013 02:59:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Good morning. Will you look me in the eye? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/02/2013 10:59:30 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: This is why I believe in blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/31/2013 10:31:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Voices in the night AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/14/2013 09:14:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Oceans away AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/11/2013 07:27:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cayenne sauce, Spanish omelet and muscadine granita AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2013 07:11:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Back to the BloggerCon AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/05/2013 02:35:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: scienceonline ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Lemongrass AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/21/2013 12:51:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Good things to those who wait AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/19/2013 10:23:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Flowers CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The cafe life AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/16/2013 11:02:23 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: And so it goes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/14/2013 12:17:27 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Film CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cheers to a Great Lakes milestone AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/06/2013 07:50:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Chronicles of the day AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/31/2013 09:40:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Fortune smiles: more DIY slivovitz AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/24/2013 10:00:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Going to ScienceOnline Climate next week AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/07/2013 09:30:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blogging tools update AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/07/2013 08:47:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: There's more over in Fargo AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/23/2013 06:40:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Kitchen update AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/14/2013 04:03:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Staging a blog AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/07/2013 08:25:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Date nights in Carrboro, or, I slow for roadkill AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/06/2013 08:18:40 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Timeless moments AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/23/2013 10:44:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cherry pie, pits and all AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/17/2013 10:33:42 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Farm to fork AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/09/2013 08:36:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Where's Miracle Max when I need him? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/09/2013 10:23:27 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: When a tornado rolls over AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/02/2013 06:41:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: VUR and us AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/02/2013 06:20:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Gift from Alaska AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/02/2013 05:09:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Weekend report: Mango marathon AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/02/2013 03:58:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: An ecology poem by Anna AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/02/2013 07:05:27 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: This weekend, I read The Great Gatsby AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/26/2013 11:10:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Talking story about old photos AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/26/2013 10:58:02 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Next in the ScienceOnline lineup: Climate, Oceans, Together, and maybe food AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/22/2013 09:52:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Idaho memories AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/22/2013 08:58:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Handshake from a master chef AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/17/2013 10:26:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Someday, the BlogTogether Awards AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/14/2013 08:13:53 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Mother's Day meal to remember AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/12/2013 04:57:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Meals CATEGORY: Special days ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Memories of molasses AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/12/2013 12:18:19 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: us-virgin-islands ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What's paper got to do with Blogging 2.0? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/11/2013 11:24:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Remembering a college class on terrorism AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/11/2013 10:04:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Captive no more AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/11/2013 06:55:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: An essay about dengue research AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/30/2013 11:58:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: It grows in a Petri dish AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/30/2013 08:15:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A doctor's heart beats AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/29/2013 10:18:01 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My new avatar is a tamtam from Ambrym AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/26/2013 01:13:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bitten by the research bug AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/26/2013 12:55:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pledge week: Please give $20.14 to ScienceOnline AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/25/2013 09:07:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: Radio ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Friends reforming health care AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/25/2013 08:42:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hearing voices AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/25/2013 05:25:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Developing the perfect paragraph AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/25/2013 04:50:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Switchpoint AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/25/2013 03:07:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Lucky, for dinner AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/14/2013 09:25:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On posting my first Medium essay AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/14/2013 03:42:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 43 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/02/2013 10:02:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Mary's take AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/30/2013 08:54:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On being excited about emerging pathogens AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/30/2013 07:36:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Medical journalism CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: ScienceOnline update: TEEN is next, and scio14 dates announced AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/30/2013 06:32:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pass the baton AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/30/2013 03:24:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Artisans at work AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/30/2013 03:17:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Film CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Like son, like father AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/30/2013 03:03:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: It's an outliner world AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/25/2013 11:32:02 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cyprus and a spin of the globe AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/24/2013 06:54:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Talk Story: Voices of Medicine AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/11/2013 03:09:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Day trip to talk about Peace Corps AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/10/2013 08:09:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Exploring new blogging tools, editors and trends AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/09/2013 11:13:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My brain awareness week AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/09/2013 10:45:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Clean hands AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/06/2013 02:37:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sur la table AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/06/2013 02:00:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Meals CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A moment of inattention AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/24/2013 08:44:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Notebooks and my past AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/24/2013 04:42:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Serious about serials AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/18/2013 11:03:43 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Crying in my 3CUPS AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/17/2013 10:46:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: Restaurants ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Lone ranger walks again AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/15/2013 06:06:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: It comes close AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/14/2013 08:18:22 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: An answer to the predicament of Planet Earth AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/11/2013 12:24:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Clips CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bora interviews me about my career, thoughts about blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/24/2013 10:12:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: ScienceOnline grows up, and I meet it for first time AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/23/2013 02:15:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: Observations ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: DIY slivovitz done good AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/20/2013 07:00:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: scienceonline ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The books I carried AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/16/2013 09:55:41 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: scienceonline ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: mistersugar needs a new design AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/14/2013 11:36:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: An interview with Bora Zivkovic AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/12/2013 08:05:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: Penpals ----- BODY: ----- EXCERPT: ----- -------- TITLE: Ride share AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/04/2013 12:30:43 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois CATEGORY: Observations ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pilgrimages AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/28/2012 03:14:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Looking for a good medium AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/25/2012 05:05:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: We write letters AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/15/2012 12:28:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: That's how AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/14/2012 07:10:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My island jukebox AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/10/2012 09:09:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: Hawaii ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sea food AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/09/2012 11:43:04 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Anticipation AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/04/2012 04:41:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Blogging ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cleaning AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/29/2012 07:36:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: First-class father and natural-born blogger AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/25/2012 08:44:16 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Of the people, for the people AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/18/2012 09:00:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Let me count the ways AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/16/2012 04:03:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: ScienceOnline, from mango tree to tax exempt AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/02/2012 09:58:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: It's 100 for Cleveland's West Side Market AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/02/2012 09:52:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Gold-medal blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/25/2012 09:37:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On magazines, printed and online AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/21/2012 02:33:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: It happened: Back to the Blog AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/21/2012 02:22:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Nobel connections AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/11/2012 09:29:48 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Duke CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spotting the progress AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2012 01:19:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Update: Back to the Blog is a go AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/27/2012 04:16:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cheering on ScienceOnline AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/17/2012 11:49:02 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Upgrading to Textpattern 4.5 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/01/2012 06:05:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Simmer down, blog AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/24/2012 08:01:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Home again, looking for a home AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/19/2012 09:10:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: About the River2 podcatcher, and sounds for my laundry AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/07/2012 10:19:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Radio CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: An Olympics observation AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/07/2012 09:49:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The tools of persistance, with a pinch of pepper AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/06/2012 10:28:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Talk Story to return AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/31/2012 11:11:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Still building my web skills AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/22/2012 09:34:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Your compliments make me smile AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/19/2012 12:25:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Observations ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Colonel Aureliano Buendia, if I recall AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/16/2012 10:18:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Scripting a good story AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/16/2012 12:12:36 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Some good storian last night AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/11/2012 11:47:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Talk Story is tonight AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/10/2012 11:50:46 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: One question we shouldn't be asking our kids AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/06/2012 06:09:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Two seconds to blood AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/04/2012 12:18:46 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Food trucks, coconut water and huhoi AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/23/2012 08:29:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A vibe in Cleveland AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/13/2012 11:17:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Things to be done AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/04/2012 11:57:42 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Mark your calendars: Talk Story is 7/10/2012 at Casbah AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/27/2012 11:43:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Talk story: Reviewing my decade of narrative so far, and what's next AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/27/2012 11:38:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hanging around Calder AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/24/2012 04:08:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: After a fashion AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/23/2012 10:04:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois CATEGORY: Observations ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Your 5-minute, 5-day orientation to Twitter AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/21/2012 03:28:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Make another martini, tell another story AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/18/2012 04:45:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: Penpals ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Martinis & Mentors - drinks & stories with Michael Ruhlman - 5/16/2012 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/06/2012 06:46:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A life boat would do AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/04/2012 08:49:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: Housecalls ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Knowing when to listen AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/04/2012 04:48:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Come back, but silently AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/04/2012 04:29:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The four Cs of inspiration: Overlapping networks of ScienceOnline AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/30/2012 11:14:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 100 performances AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2012 03:44:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In at TEDMED, & left out of the Declaration of Independence AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2012 02:33:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The passive way to meet people can be the best AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/11/2012 03:59:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Heartbeats on the moon AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/11/2012 09:49:13 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Attending TEDMED2012 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/06/2012 09:09:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: Blogging ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The ScienceOnline2012 video review AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/03/2012 12:12:42 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 42 on 4/2, and content to observe the world AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/02/2012 03:26:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: Family ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Oh, the dogwoods AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/27/2012 08:52:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: Flowers ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Found in the archives: my story on The Story AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/26/2012 12:27:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Travels west AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/21/2012 04:07:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Music before dawn AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/16/2012 05:29:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Astronauts are cool, and space exploration is important AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/28/2012 06:51:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I want to hold your hand AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/17/2012 10:30:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: Observations ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Embedding a tweet AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/15/2012 10:51:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Triptych: three reasons for me being me AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/12/2012 11:19:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: scienceonline ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: This is a test AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/12/2012 09:39:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: One word to start the new year: home AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/02/2012 08:54:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: North-Carolina ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Finding inspiration for a new mistersugar.com AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/20/2011 09:18:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Awareness of situational conversation AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/25/2011 02:20:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Further thoughts on friendship and passion AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/06/2011 01:31:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Still savoring the Lantern dinner with Andrea Reusing and Michael Ruhlman AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/06/2011 01:18:55 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: North-Carolina ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bobsledding on science and stories of food AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/31/2011 11:40:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: Cookbooks ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Oliver on the downhill AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/23/2011 08:20:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sound to sound AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/17/2011 10:20:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Michael Ruhlman, Lantern and thelongtable.org AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/12/2011 09:47:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: the-long-table CATEGORY: Meals ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sprinkles make me happy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2011 10:37:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sit back and listen AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/04/2011 10:27:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sixth time around - ScienceOnline2012 coming soon AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/03/2011 12:44:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: London people, pubs and perfection AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/07/2011 10:09:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: London market, I'm falling down AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/01/2011 05:26:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Off to London AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/31/2011 06:09:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: Travels ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hurricanes and cameras, and memories of Frank the Beachcomber AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/26/2011 11:09:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: Travels ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Visiting art museums this year AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/21/2011 12:38:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sights and sounds: remembering our wedding day AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/10/2011 11:22:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 10 years in NC, 15 years in marriage, 20 years in love AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/03/2011 11:09:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Feeling the sights and sounds of my youth AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/01/2011 11:56:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: us-virgin-islands CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Required reading & viewing on eve of tomorrow's snip AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/20/2011 08:49:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Smell of sweet basil reminds me of Paama AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/16/2011 12:48:24 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pastoral scene, digital experience AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/28/2011 02:33:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pause before sleep AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/15/2011 12:45:18 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Give me the moose AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/09/2011 11:11:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Radio CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Let's be social together AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/08/2011 10:24:47 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Oliver is one today AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/29/2011 12:45:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: FOMO? Not with Duke Today AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/19/2011 11:04:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Duke CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spinning class with Colum McCann AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/06/2011 10:56:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 41, and still telling my story AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/02/2011 08:41:14 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Rash decision AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/27/2011 10:16:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Twitter for Scientists AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/18/2011 07:45:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Reunited with my boyhood baseball mitt AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/06/2011 09:49:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Speaking of AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/05/2011 11:46:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: Film ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Testing a Twitter plugin for Textpattern AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/03/2011 11:53:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The Zooker handshake AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/03/2011 11:18:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Dad CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The week in review: brothers, Bon Jovi, Peace Corps AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/28/2011 12:13:24 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Science on the move AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/16/2011 11:36:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scienceonline CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Anatomy of ScienceOnline2011 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/24/2011 08:15:21 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scio11 CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Time to breathe AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/18/2011 08:45:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: scio11 CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Loose screws in the dark AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/09/2011 03:12:27 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 2010 in review: something to jump for AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/01/2010 09:49:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    What a great post, what a great year, what a great decade! Thank you for everything you do, and for being who you are!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://blog.coturnix.org DATE: 01/01/2010 09:49:38 PM ----- COMMENT:

    love the Rosenberg book — surprised you’re just now getting around to reading it! anyway, great yearly wrap-up, and may 2011 likewise be filled with joy and accomplishment!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cyberthrush@gmail.com URL: http://ivorybills.blogspot.com DATE: 01/01/2010 09:49:38 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Same chair, different chicken AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/27/2010 02:29:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Cute little primates. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 12/27/2010 02:29:05 PM ----- COMMENT: Our thoughts are with you and the little one. Please keep us posted. Hope to talk to you soon. AUTHOR: EMAIL: saipanjbr@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 12/27/2010 02:29:05 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Elizabeth Edwards, go with grace AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/07/2010 11:10:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Great voice, indeed AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/06/2010 08:19:38 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: Radio ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Minister of Ether AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/03/2010 07:26:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: Music ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Awesome.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 12/03/2010 07:26:21 PM ----- COMMENT:

    This is beautiful, Anton. (We are) Rich in so many ways.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: nswift1@mac.com URL: DATE: 12/03/2010 07:26:21 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Distilling humanity from a firehose is the key (and resonant) line. He’s captured you perfectly.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: john.ettorre@gmail.com URL: DATE: 12/03/2010 07:26:21 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Images and words, mixed AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/27/2010 11:16:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Thanksgiving 2010 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/26/2010 01:54:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sitting, sipping and swinging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/23/2010 08:17:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    No problem at all. They’ll soon be tall enough that it’ll ultimately be the perfect height!

    Nice job – beautiful front porch, too!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://blogs.plos.org/takeasdirected DATE: 10/23/2010 08:17:47 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Walking my beat AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/29/2010 11:13:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Duke CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The BlogTogether Birthday Bash - Oct 19, 2010 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/26/2010 01:49:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Thanks for posting. Looking forward to the event.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: waynesutton@gmail.com URL: http://socialwayne.com DATE: 09/26/2010 01:49:06 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats, Anton! You do so much for the NC and science communities. Wish I could be there. Have fun, everyone.
    I am so J.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: dnlee5@ymail.com URL: http://urban-science.blogspot.com DATE: 09/26/2010 01:49:06 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Thank you very much for the invitation. I will be certain to pass this information forward! Count me in.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: damondnollan@gmail.com URL: http://www.damondnollan.com DATE: 09/26/2010 01:49:06 PM -----
-------- TITLE: When giving goes viral AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/25/2010 08:29:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Summer recap, and ScienceBlogging is live AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/29/2010 12:12:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Duke CATEGORY: sciencebloggingcom ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Have a wonderful year, Anna and Malia. I know you will do well because you love to learn. God bless you! Love, Grandma.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 08/29/2010 12:12:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: 14 years and counting AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/11/2010 09:58:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Perfection AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/07/2010 06:18:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A decade of blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: Special days ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Interesting stuff Anton… Congrats! 10 yrs. (time flies) & lots of changes. Coincidentally, this week marks the 5th anniversary of my 1st blog on a certain woodpecker that may not even exist! Blogging, ‘tis a wonderful thang!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zyzzle47@gmail.com URL: http://math-frolic.blogspot.com DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy Blogoversary, Anton! You are so authentic and generous and I’m proud to be your (and your family’s) friend.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cczivko@gmail.com URL: DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Great post and congrats!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: waynesutton@gmail.com URL: http://socialwayne.com DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy blogiversary, my friend! And here’s to another ten years of bootstraping the community….with slivovitz ;-)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://blog.coturnix.org DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Before we visited last weekend, I was trying to tell Stephanie how I met you. I honestly couldn’t remember. It’s like at one point I didn’t know Anton, and then I did. The details in between are kind of fuzzy.

    You mentioned above that we met in JOMC 391 in the Fall of 2002, which I had no reason not to believe, except for a nagging feeling that we never took any classes together. I checked my masters coursework (conveniently it’s a blog post) and it turns out I took JOMC 391 a year later, in the Fall of 2003.

    Now I was really curious—-how/when did we meet? So I started digging into my old UNC email archives (conveniently imported into the Google).

    The earliest email exchange I had with you was on Feb 7, 2003, about an International Blog Meetup Day at Strong’s Coffee. The tone of the email is such that it suggests that you didn’t know me before then. Perhaps the first time we met was at Strongs for that meetup? Unfortunately, neither of us blogged about it!

    In the Spring of 2003, I was taking Paul Jones’ Internet Issues and Future Initiatives course (INLS 281). He brought our class to your Journalism Research Roundtable on blogs on March 5, 2003, which I vaguely remember.

    On June 6, 2003, you sent out an email to 10 people at UNC who you knew had blogs with the subject: “Are you interested in joining a UNC-CH weblogs working group?”. Apparently we met at The Loop on July 1. On July 7 you set up MT on http://tarheelbloggers.org/

    The rest is history.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Justin, thanks for digging, and glad you saved all those messages. I do remember meeting you at Strong’s, and every week when I eat at the Loop with my family I remember that lunchtime meeting of the UNC blog minds – Paul Jones, Eric Muller, Sid Stafford, Jean Ferguson, Betsy Sandlin and Jason Griffey were.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations, Anton! Your love for a good story and selfless innovative thinking about community infected me five years ago and I consider myself extremely enriched by having you in my real and online life.

    This history is beautiful and heartfelt – I am certain that Frank the Beachcomber was and is proud of what you’ve done here and what you’ve become elsewhere. Not just Anton The Writer, but Anton the father, husband, friend, and community leader. Even if you simply launched ScienceOnline, your international impact would be something to be proud of for anyone’s lifetime.

    Heartiest congratulations, my friend!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://abelpharmboy.wordpress.com DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations, a nice look back.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: burnett@pobox.com URL: http://www.subscapeannex.com DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Thanks so much for the mention, and after reading Justin’s excellent comment, I thought I’d do a little digging. While I’ve not hit the 10 year mark yet, thanks in no small part to you and your friendship at UNC, I’m sneaking up on 8 years…the first post on my blog looks like it’s from Feb 2003.

    I’ve got two posts about a meetup in February 2003…The first mention I have is from February 19, 2003, literally of me waiting on people to show up at Strong’s Coffee. The second is from the next day with a little bit of reflection about the meeting. I wasn’t smart enough to note attendance, but I’m nearly certain that’s where we met for the first time. And I’m equally certain that my initial love of blogging was driven in part by your enthusiasm. Thanks for helping me launch what ended up being pivotal for my career…my blog from UNC SILS helped get me my first national presentation, which got me my first book deal, which led me to where I am now in my career. Thanks to all the people that you mentioned for their part (although I suppose I should doubly thank Betsy :-).

    Congrats on the milestone, and here’s hoping for 10 more years.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: griffey@gmail.com URL: http://jasongriffey.net/wp DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: damondnollan@gmail.com URL: http://www.damondnollan.com DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Quite an accomplishment, Anton. Congratulations.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: john.ettorre@gmail.com URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats, Anton. I hope to emulate you one day and very much look up to you and your accomplishments. You are an asset, not just to the regional community, but to those who have a passion of spreading knowledge and lighting it on fire. I’ve enjoyed learning about where you started, participating (in a very small way) where you are, and I can’t wait to revel at where your path takes you sir.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cararousseau@gmail.com URL: http://www.thertpblog.org DATE: 07/29/2010 12:38:06 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Oliver's baptism AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/19/2010 10:18:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Alone for the weekend, I keep busy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/18/2010 11:26:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Supa ukulele AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/13/2010 03:04:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Hawaii CATEGORY: Music ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Midstream and taking a new step AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/13/2010 12:11:58 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Congratulations Anton.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://CitizenWill.org DATE: 06/13/2010 12:11:58 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations! Sounds like a great opportunity.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jacksonfox@gmail.com URL: http://jacksonfox.org DATE: 06/13/2010 12:11:58 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats indeed, especially on blogging for 10 years! Not many people can say that (not even me).

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 06/13/2010 12:11:58 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: lenore@alumni.duke.edu URL: http://eronel.blogspot.com DATE: 06/13/2010 12:11:58 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats! And best wishes.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jones@unc.edu URL: http://ibiblio.org/pjones/blog DATE: 06/13/2010 12:11:58 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats. 40, huh. Always knew you were a babe in arms.

    The new job sounds like a real charge: have fun.

    (And, as you know, given your other news, sleep when you can.)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: Levenson@mit.edu URL: http://inversesquare.wordpress.com DATE: 06/13/2010 12:11:58 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Awesome! Great to hear. I hope you are fulfilled and challenged at your new job. :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brian@yesh.com URL: http://www.yesh.com DATE: 06/13/2010 12:11:58 AM -----
-------- TITLE: More of the cup AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/10/2010 10:21:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Check out the latest top music charts and keep updated for the world cup anthems.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: groovy.baby28@yahoo.com URL: http://groovybaby.us DATE: 06/10/2010 10:21:16 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Napping on a shag carpet AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/30/2010 10:42:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    My memories of breaking a fever in childhood almost invariably involve a sensation that I can only compare to being dragged by my feet on the surface of the moon.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 05/30/2010 10:42:34 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Six degrees of job searching AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/17/2010 10:29:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Conversation starter AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/16/2010 09:10:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton is was great catching up with you and sorry about talking to much :) I’m proud of you too. Looking forward to our next encounter.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: waynesutton@gmail.com URL: http://socialwayne.com DATE: 05/16/2010 09:10:37 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anton,

    I’m glad you were able to come to the meet up at the Tavern, we were excited to have it. We’d definitely love to host an event for you if you’re ever in need of a venue!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zack@huntersoakcity.com URL: http://www.huntersoakcity.com DATE: 05/16/2010 09:10:37 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Welcome home, Oliver AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/02/2010 12:14:14 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    perfect! beautiful! all good things to him and you guys.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: huler@mac.com URL: http://scotthuler.com DATE: 05/02/2010 12:14:14 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations to the whole family. What a welcome addition. And with a name like Oliver…I think of Oliver Wendell Holmes !! He’s a beautiful baby.

    Verghese & Bonny

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: vchirayath@jcu.edu URL: DATE: 05/02/2010 12:14:14 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Oliver Anton Zuiker AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/29/2010 11:07:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    He’s a handsome kid! Congratulations!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: schreiner@journalist.com URL: DATE: 04/29/2010 11:07:13 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Wow…Oliver is absolutely goregous!!! I’m thrilled to hear that everyone is doing well! Enjoy:)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin.jochum@smithmoorelaw.com URL: DATE: 04/29/2010 11:07:13 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations! He’s beautiful!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: itzue305@gmail.com URL: DATE: 04/29/2010 11:07:13 PM ----- COMMENT:

    You look so happy, and tired. What a beautiful kid! Healthy pink color!

    CONGRATULATIONS

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: droujkova@gmail.com URL: http://www.naturalmath.com DATE: 04/29/2010 11:07:13 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Busy beavers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/17/2010 10:48:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I am 40 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/04/2010 10:27:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Congrats on hitting the big 40, that’s an achievement

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shornby7@gmail.com URL: http://www.schieldenver.com/ DATE: 04/04/2010 10:27:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Cue the Casbah AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/25/2010 09:49:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: This van stops for kimchi AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/24/2010 10:09:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    On the last day of my first visit to NYC, I wondered alone through K-Town looking for something to eat. I stopped in a convenience store that had a smattering of folks inside and a buffet in the back. I took a compartmentalized, rectangular styrofoam plate and filled it with all sorts of foods I’d never had before. It was a delicious dinner to end my trip and only $5.50.

    I’ll be sure to stop by the truck this week. Thanks for the tip.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: beck@becktench.com URL: http://becktench.com DATE: 03/24/2010 10:09:25 PM -----
-------- TITLE: What's happening, Duke? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/23/2010 06:40:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Duke CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A party for my 40th, aka the #stories4mistersugar Tweetup AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/22/2010 10:47:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Awesome! looking forward to it!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mindofandre@gmail.com URL: http://pulseandsignal.com DATE: 03/22/2010 10:47:08 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Sally and I are looking forward to your celebration

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jones@unc.edu URL: http://ibiblio.org/pjones/blog DATE: 03/22/2010 10:47:08 PM ----- COMMENT:

    We can’t wait!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cczivko@gmail.com URL: DATE: 03/22/2010 10:47:08 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Hey Anton,
    Lordy Lordy Anton is 40!!! Happy Birthday! Sorry we won’t be able to come tonight. Fabian has a friend in town and this is the only night we can get together with them. Hope you have a blast.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: khermichel@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 03/22/2010 10:47:08 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Sit, eat, talk AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/06/2010 12:51:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My relationship to homelessness AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/06/2010 11:57:02 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bright day, bright minds, bright ideas AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/06/2010 10:59:43 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Earthquake relief AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/11/2010 03:59:42 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Thinking places, or I am before I am AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/07/2010 09:58:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Lovely post, Anton. You must write – not because you can (and, oh! you can) but because you must. Funny, attending the Monti has really changed me, too. Something deep inside of me (that I do not yet fully understand) has been brought to life. Turning 40 hurt me. But if it pains you, I’m sure that pain will be dwarfed by the tremendous joy of welcoming a new life! Now is the time — we must, all of us, live well.

    Peace, love, and thank you for all that you do,

    Catharine

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cczivko@gmail.com URL: DATE: 02/07/2010 09:58:46 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Thank them - they made ScienceOnline2010 possible AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/24/2010 11:07:32 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: ScienceOnline2010 has concluded, and I'm flying high AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/17/2010 07:28:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: ScienceOnline2010 this week: the BlogTogether spirit AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/11/2010 10:10:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Louis Sisco, 1913-2009 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/30/2009 11:52:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Year to year AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/20/2009 12:48:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    You really have had a busy year, haven’t you? Congratulations on the forthcoming addition to your family, and best of luck in making 2010 a tiny bit less stressful!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jacksonfox@gmail.com URL: http://jacksonfox.org DATE: 12/20/2009 12:48:06 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Very good AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/27/2009 10:41:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Turkey and its narrative AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/26/2009 08:55:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pajama day reminder AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/11/2009 11:17:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Silent conversations AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/11/2009 10:50:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: As darkness falls AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/25/2009 12:01:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Diagnosis author Lisa Sanders in the Triangle AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2009 07:13:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: sciencebloggingcom ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A splendid start AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/26/2009 11:25:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: the-long-table CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Three scenes by Tom Haines AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/12/2009 10:10:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: the-long-table CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Oh, how I wish I could join you at the Long Table! It is probably one of my favorite things to do to sit at a table with friends and family and share food and stories. When the seven Shaughnessys were little and we had a long table and sat as a family every evening for dinner we often had to limit the minutes for each child to talk so we could move on with their homework and chores. And when I was a chld on the farm in Huron, Ohio we always set a big table of food fresh from the fields (the table which you and Erin now have) to accomodate drop-ins and the constant stream of cousins whose parents would drop off for weeks at a time knowing they were in good hands. We still enjoy having all of you at our table (now tables with 18 grandchildren!) It is our own way of celebrating Eucharist. Such a blessing! AUTHOR: EMAIL: seansc@roadrunner.com URL: DATE: 09/12/2009 10:10:53 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Food and friends AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/12/2009 02:38:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The Long Table inaugural event AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/06/2009 04:13:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    w00t! We’ll be there! Like Passover!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: Coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://coturnix.org DATE: 09/06/2009 04:13:47 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Staph stalls settling down AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/30/2009 08:53:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I wish you a speedy recovery Erin.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 08/30/2009 08:53:12 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I ditto that, Erin. Together, we will overcome our present obstacles to good health.
    God bless you!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 08/30/2009 08:53:12 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Erin, get well soon!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jacksonfox@gmail.com URL: http://jacksonfox.org DATE: 08/30/2009 08:53:12 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Dear Erin, Wow, when you do something, you do it up BIG! So sorry to hear about your illness. We send our thoughts and get well wishes to you. Please take care of yourself and feel better soon. Love Aunt Ginger, Uncle Stoddard and Grandpa Sisco

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: gallen@niu.edu URL: DATE: 08/30/2009 08:53:12 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Settle down, settle in AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/24/2009 10:07:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: ScienceOnline2010 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/17/2009 10:07:44 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A reading of history AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/05/2009 09:21:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Filling a home AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/05/2009 11:47:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Gotta be, centerfield AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/13/2009 11:23:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois CATEGORY: Music ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Funny how an old bit of shame can creep up on us and feel so fresh. I never remember a happy moment with quite the same intensity. Your high school teachers are the ones who should be ashamed of themselves!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cczivko@gmail.com URL: DATE: 06/13/2009 11:23:39 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Super sushi AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/07/2009 10:33:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Trapped AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/27/2009 10:54:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    This must be the week for mice stories.
    I was visiting at a neighbor’s home for end of year tennis team potluck and he shared the following.
    They have been troubled with mice in their home on the hill near us but have an aggressive cat who does her job well. There are a couple of small holes in the drywall in the daylight basement that provide an entry for the local field mice so he chose to insert a trap attached to a string so he could pull it out once sprung to dispose of the critter. After the first night that the trap was in he went downstairs to check it and discovered that he had invented the ultimate cat toy. The mouse, in the process of being trapped, had wiggled the trap out the hole and the trap had dangled in the air for the cat to jump and bat at. When the homeowner arrived downstairs in the morning there was nothing left in the trap but the head of the little mouse. The cat was most grateful and believes this should be patented.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: doyle1665@gmail.com URL: DATE: 05/27/2009 10:54:36 PM -----
-------- TITLE: The Big Move AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/25/2009 11:05:16 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    No wonder things have been so quiet on mistersugar as of late. I’m sure this will provide lots of future blog fodder. Best of luck in the new house and the new neighborhood.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 05/25/2009 11:05:16 AM -----
-------- TITLE: When we gather AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/13/2009 09:27:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Zinsser on Zinsser AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/13/2009 09:12:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ruhlman and ratios AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2009 07:58:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Below the surface AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2009 07:51:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Birthday bust AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/05/2009 10:16:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Congrats! You and Izzy are both Aries! Yeah!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brian@yesh.com URL: http://www.yesh.com DATE: 04/05/2009 10:16:33 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Spring at 5506, our last AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/05/2009 07:53:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spring moving AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/05/2009 07:53:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Rice Hershey AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/03/2009 08:13:56 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Discount shopping with Grandpa AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/22/2009 09:21:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bourdain at DPAC AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/19/2009 10:52:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travel writing CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Listening to Verghese AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/17/2009 07:14:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Table talk AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/10/2009 10:44:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Oh man, I totally read that as chicken-marsala-and-peanut-butter-and-banana sandwiches…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 02/10/2009 10:44:06 PM ----- COMMENT:

    There is something to family food and tradition or I guess I wouldn’t have saved my last Christmas cookie from my mother this year (my grandmother’s cookie recipe, which she got from an older relative, I think) until Valentine’s Day to devour (being as it was gingerbread and sturdy anyway, whether fresh or not…).

    The taste is my childhood at the holidays.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mjgore@comcast.net URL: DATE: 02/10/2009 10:44:06 PM -----
-------- TITLE: On fact checking AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/07/2009 01:29:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Thank them - they made ScienceOnline'09 possible AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/25/2009 08:32:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What a day! AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/20/2009 08:42:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: ScienceOnline'09 is pau hana AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/18/2009 08:27:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Holy smoke! This is all we have to say about the conference!
    Thank you!
    Paula e Carlos

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: bio-paula@uol.com.br URL: http://www.rastrodecarbono.com.br DATE: 01/18/2009 08:27:03 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Looks like we did it, again, my friend.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: Coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock DATE: 01/18/2009 08:27:03 PM -----
-------- TITLE: ScienceOnline'09 is on AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/16/2009 11:38:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Holy smoke AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/08/2009 08:50:53 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ambrosia macaroons, chocolate birthdays & a reminder of Vila AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/05/2009 10:26:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    looks delicious!
    That reminds me of the champagne brunch we had at the Le Meridien in Port Vila. What a beautiful place! Thanks for sharing it with me

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 01/05/2009 10:26:10 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Into 2009 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/01/2009 09:55:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Go vertical AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/26/2008 09:15:55 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Links CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Christmas wishes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/25/2008 09:48:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The Long Table AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/23/2008 12:32:04 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    May all of your aspirations come true in 2009 Anton. These are wonderful ideas. I look forward to the next time we can gather around a long table!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: troylivingston@gmail.com URL: DATE: 12/23/2008 12:32:04 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Thank you for the courage to lead and the graciousness to share. Long tables for the long haul indeed.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ibmchris@mac.com URL: http://www.maninranks.com DATE: 12/23/2008 12:32:04 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Singing the message AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/21/2008 02:50:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Radio CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In the mix AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/13/2008 10:54:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I just bought some very good Tequila (Don Julio Repasado) and one of the many (simple) recommendations was exact to your post here:
    tequila
    citrus drink (i tried SPRITE)
    and a nice wedge lime squeeze.
    Very Tasty & Refreshing! as your Rum Runners sound! would love to try some of your Grenadine, makes me think of a Shirley Temple, doesn’t that have Grenadine!?
    Zamboni imposter, darn Disney!
    still need to catch a Canes’ game soon! well… seems Cheers would be appropriate now!Happy Holidays and best wishes for the New Year!
    Wine Tasting Saturday, should be lots of champagne! CHEERS again! Webb

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: webbgardner@gmail.com URL: DATE: 12/13/2008 10:54:50 PM -----
-------- TITLE: This is a test 12/12/08 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/12/2008 06:30:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Friends in faraway places AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/03/2008 10:13:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spare a nickel AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/03/2008 10:08:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I love this idea. I wish I could do this with my own family. Alas talking to people with hearing problems on cell phones, not so convenient. Maybe if there was a group of volunteers available for storyblogging, they could be dispatched to various areas around the triangle? What is the cheapest audio set up you could use for this kind of thing, and still be able to put it out on the web?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jbucket2@yewess.us URL: http://chaos.wordpress.com DATE: 12/03/2008 10:08:47 PM -----
-------- TITLE: My HIV reporting in video AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/03/2008 09:39:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Much like crime statistics, there’s a strong correlation between new cases(reported) of STD’s and poverty. You’re just skimming the surface with your middle class campus project. But well done and highly informative regardless.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: andrew61377@yahoo.com URL: http://www.reasononline.org/ DATE: 12/03/2008 09:39:51 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Zuiker in vivo AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/03/2008 09:29:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Listen up AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/20/2008 10:07:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Family rules AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/17/2008 11:18:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Slow Monday AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/10/2008 11:27:44 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Obama wins AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/04/2008 11:03:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I regret I didn't vote today AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/04/2008 08:20:42 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Voting is good for the soul. BTW, I’ve voted in all but two primary elections since 1980 (practice makes perfect ;-) )!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 11/04/2008 08:20:42 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I remember being in that celebration with you – sunburned and happy to both see my dear friend and to try to relax after a lot of stress – thanks to the paradise you and your Dad created there in HI (BTW, i voted absentee so i could come visit.) On this past election night i was retelling that story to Dennis…Thanks for remembering too!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: bridget.m.mcguinness@gmail.com URL: DATE: 11/04/2008 08:20:42 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Long-time shortwave AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/01/2008 11:24:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Radio CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Make history AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/31/2008 10:11:02 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: It follows: I blog, I run, I storian, I vote AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/30/2008 11:09:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: a-c-e-t-a-l AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/29/2008 09:56:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I didn’t want to stop watching!

    Acetal?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 10/29/2008 09:56:18 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I am so proud of my 2 gals!
    Grandma Cheryl

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: czuiker5@earthlink.net URL: DATE: 10/29/2008 09:56:18 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anna, meanwhile, was using a dictionary to write a Halloween story. And I meant to link to a picture from a couple of years ago, in which Anna fell asleep reading the dictionary.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 10/29/2008 09:56:18 PM -----
-------- TITLE: BlogTogether gets a logo AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/15/2008 10:06:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: SCONC report AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/15/2008 09:40:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: ScienceOnline'09 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/28/2008 10:18:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Did you hear? Russian agressor attacks USA...
    More info here: hotusanewx.blogspot.com

    SHOKED!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: sameones@yahoo.com URL: http://hotusanewx.blogspot.com/ DATE: 09/28/2008 10:18:33 AM -----
-------- TITLE: The launch of Inside Online AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/27/2008 11:33:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Work CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Erin on the job AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/27/2008 08:23:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: She's legit AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/26/2008 10:17:59 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    w00t! Congratulations!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock DATE: 09/26/2008 10:17:59 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratz!!! Now, when does she hang out her shingle?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.prg DATE: 09/26/2008 10:17:59 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Over the water AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/31/2008 11:10:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Erin Shaughnessy Zuiker, Esq. AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/31/2008 10:35:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    ROCK! Congrats Erin! Now get out there and help people. :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brian@yesh.com URL: http://www.yesh.com DATE: 08/31/2008 10:35:02 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations Erin! Well done!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: britonb@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 08/31/2008 10:35:02 PM -----
-------- TITLE: BlogTogether Backyard Barbecue, again AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/20/2008 10:46:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton, I expect you got my earlier message, but Kim and I (& 3 girls) hope to see you this evening. -Stephen

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: stephen.fraser@gmail.com URL: http://www.salutor.com DATE: 08/20/2008 10:46:36 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Taking stock AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/20/2008 07:18:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tell me about wine AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/16/2008 12:01:24 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Miami Beach report AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/05/2008 11:48:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Miami Beach images AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/05/2008 01:48:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Up, down and all around South Beach AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/05/2008 12:09:11 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 12 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/04/2008 12:01:20 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Restaurants CATEGORY: Places ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The storytelling narrative AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/03/2008 11:06:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    great work great site thx ;) xtube latin =) nexxx 1 ;)) a series of tube 8s ;)) hqtube com main

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: xtube@hotmail.com URL: http://my.mashable.com/xtubez DATE: 08/03/2008 11:06:48 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Management matters AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/21/2008 10:33:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I went through the Managing @ Duke training a while back, and thought it was time well spent!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: lesleylooper@gmail.com URL: http://lesleylooper.blogspot.com/ DATE: 07/21/2008 10:33:54 PM -----
-------- TITLE: When old friends call AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/12/2008 11:05:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Who's counting? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/06/2008 07:20:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Restaurants CATEGORY: Observations ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    That’s my Malia. She is a character! I love her and miss her.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: czuiker5@earthlink.net URL: DATE: 07/06/2008 07:20:52 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Popovers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/30/2008 08:25:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    After an intense day of studying and trying to stay focused, your perfectly puffy popovers with homemade strawberry jam were a delightful treat. Thank you.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: eszuiker@email.unc.edu URL: DATE: 06/30/2008 08:25:44 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I’ll bake for you any day, my love.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 06/30/2008 08:25:44 PM -----
-------- TITLE: My Letters AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/30/2008 08:00:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Loose bits AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/28/2008 10:15:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: DHS '88 reunion AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/22/2008 09:15:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Nice web page

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cowboyhooks@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 06/22/2008 09:15:49 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Run, Alice, run AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/08/2008 08:57:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cleveland connections AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/08/2008 08:42:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Have fun storming the castle AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/31/2008 08:57:02 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spud man AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/28/2008 09:53:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Dad and Dot visiting AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/28/2008 09:12:45 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: South Pacific AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/26/2008 11:09:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spades and spears AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/18/2008 10:06:42 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Erin Shaughnessy Zuiker, J.D., MPH AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/13/2008 10:52:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Congratulations!!!!!!!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: Coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock DATE: 05/13/2008 10:52:23 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats Erin! That is an impressive group of degrees. Now get out there and kick but for folks who need help. I’m sure they’ll be in good hands. :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com DATE: 05/13/2008 10:52:23 PM ----- COMMENT:

    YEA! Now what are you going to do with all that free time?
    ;)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: http://www.masshist.org DATE: 05/13/2008 10:52:23 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats Erin!!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jim@jiparker.com URL: http://attentiongrab.com DATE: 05/13/2008 10:52:23 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Way to go!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 05/13/2008 10:52:23 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Yay! Congratulations. I never did the ceremony for my Ph.D., and I have always regretted it. I met her the day after she finished law school. If it’s like getting a Ph.D., I bet I met her in a REALLY good mood!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abby@proactivebusybody.com URL: http://proactivebusybody.com DATE: 05/13/2008 10:52:23 PM -----
-------- TITLE: There are so many colors in the rainbow AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/07/2008 09:58:32 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I agree with you that it shouldn’t have been labeled “Health and Science.” To me, it was a story more about what a set of parents did to help their child rather than a study of this phenomenon. (Actually, I didn’t hear one of the families’ stories. Just the one who started medicating their child.) I wonder what I would do, faced with a child in so much pain, and given the opportunity to relieve it.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: toddf9@gmail.com URL: DATE: 05/07/2008 09:58:32 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Box of hungry AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/27/2008 10:06:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Recipe reading AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/23/2008 08:52:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Simplify your weekly shopping trip AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/20/2008 10:25:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Farm tour report AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/20/2008 10:04:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I feel like I’m watching a video of Erin and I—the resemblance is amazing!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: http://www.masshist.org DATE: 04/20/2008 10:04:54 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Thanks for the call the other day. I cannot believe how big the girls are now. Check out lifewithekr.blogspot.com for some videos of Eva. Not a high level blog but it keeps the family and friends in the loop.

    Hope to talk with you soon.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jblainerogers@gmail.com URL: DATE: 04/20/2008 10:04:54 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Sauna seclusion AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/16/2008 10:45:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 95 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/15/2008 07:11:08 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sixth sense AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/15/2008 06:58:29 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: How do I use this thing? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2008 02:44:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Dying to blog more AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/07/2008 10:51:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 38 Special AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/01/2008 11:04:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Happy birthday!!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock DATE: 04/01/2008 11:04:02 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy Birthday, Anton!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://www.arsepoetica.com DATE: 04/01/2008 11:04:02 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy Birthday Brother!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 04/01/2008 11:04:02 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I’ll add my voice to the chorus…. happy birthday!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brian@yesh.com URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 04/01/2008 11:04:02 PM ----- COMMENT:

    You are indeed special at 38. Happy Birthday. All my love.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/01/2008 11:04:02 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy Birthday Anton. I would also include Anna and Malia.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: hrm350694@gmail.com URL: DATE: 04/01/2008 11:04:02 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Presidential AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/22/2008 11:14:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Ruby and I are HUGE fans of the graphic novel Y-The Last Man. Is the final book out? We really want to know what happens. :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 03/22/2008 11:14:18 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Wait. You know Brian K. Vaughan? Cool :) I’m not only about half-way through, but so far I love Y.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jacksonfox@gmail.com URL: http://jacksonfox.org DATE: 03/22/2008 11:14:18 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Jackson, Brian’s family are close friends of Erin’s family. That one summer, Erin’s sister Mary and Brian were interns at the magazine.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 03/22/2008 11:14:18 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Quoteboard AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/22/2008 10:52:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Backyard musings AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/20/2008 06:03:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: TGIF AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/14/2008 05:46:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Harpers June 07 p19. I’ll send it.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 03/14/2008 05:46:48 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Science blogging conference to change names AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/09/2008 09:17:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Musical notes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/06/2008 11:34:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    they’re playing on SNL tomorrow night, FYI. Amy Adams (Junebug, Enchanted) is the host. should be a good one.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 03/06/2008 11:34:18 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Carolina on my mind AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/06/2008 11:07:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Zip your Twitter AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/28/2008 10:56:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I am still resisting twitter. We’ll see how much longer I can survive before it becomes so necessary that I will have to start….

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock DATE: 02/28/2008 10:56:20 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Snake oil AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/27/2008 10:50:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Expectations AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/27/2008 10:28:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New wheels AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/26/2008 10:21:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Predictably, Ariely book gets noticed AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/26/2008 09:59:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sign of the ties (sic) AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/26/2008 10:14:53 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Ditch the ties. Wear more Hawaiian shirts. Mad Gringo says so.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: greg@madgringo.com URL: http://www.madgringo.com DATE: 02/26/2008 10:14:53 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Clarice (Martcie) Zuiker 1911-2008 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/19/2008 08:00:23 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton, I am so sorry to have missed the announcement of this sad news. Our family sends our condolences to you and the entire Zuiker family. It sounds as though she has left you with very warm memories.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: krollfamily@gmail.com URL: DATE: 02/19/2008 08:00:23 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Tragedy in my home town AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/14/2008 11:02:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Walkathon AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/12/2008 11:07:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On our way to a third AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/10/2008 02:44:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: sciencebloggingcom CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Correction… Weaver Street Market is in Carrboro. :)

    This detail is really important to folks in the western part of the Triangle. WSM is Carrboro’s creative center. It represents the forward thinking of MANY creative people over decades of hard work.

    Much respect to you Anton. :) Happy to hear there will be a third NCSBC.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 02/10/2008 02:44:01 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Well, there are two Weaver Street Markets: one in Carrboro and one in Chapel Hill. Actually, we were in the Carrboro one today and the Chapel Hill one last time. We like to spread the love …..

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock DATE: 02/10/2008 02:44:01 PM ----- COMMENT:

    You’re both right – I’m used to meeting Bora at WSM Southern Village, but they don’t sell my favorite cinnamon rolls, so this time we met at the Carrboro location. My apologies to my co-op (I’ve been a member since 2001).

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/10/2008 02:44:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Coffee Interns AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/06/2008 08:31:44 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Guest blogger: Mark Schreiner AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/03/2008 08:19:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sprinting away, pulled back AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/02/2008 04:42:16 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Waikiki Afternoon AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/30/2008 07:17:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Thank them! The people behind @scienceblogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/27/2008 09:22:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: sciencebloggingcom ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Weekend food blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/27/2008 01:24:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Restaurants CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Next projects AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/20/2008 10:42:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: sciencebloggingcom CATEGORY: Family ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I found out about this too late, just today, but please put me on the list for next year-I really hate that I missed it!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: info@johnstoncountyarts.org URL: http://blogs.wncn.info/jcarts DATE: 01/20/2008 10:42:07 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Don’t forget you have your wife to murder and Guilder to frame for it—You’re swamped!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: http://www.masshist.org DATE: 01/20/2008 10:42:07 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Mary, if I don’t have my health, I don’t have anything.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 01/20/2008 10:42:07 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Countdown to second science blogging conference AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/11/2008 09:15:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: sciencebloggingcom CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    stray florida science blogger looking for like-minded community. can i PLEASE come to the conference??

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: spacebirds@gmail.com URL: DATE: 01/11/2008 09:15:16 PM ----- COMMENT:

    You’re in. See you next Saturday.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 01/11/2008 09:15:16 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Finally found the Health Science Library. Thanks for the blogging skills session.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cephalopodcast@gmail.com URL: http://cephalopodcast.com DATE: 01/11/2008 09:15:16 PM -----
-------- TITLE: What's around the corner? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/11/2008 03:20:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 2007 busy. 2008 doubly. AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/05/2008 10:57:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I think it’s a great idea to have Erin guest blog. I’d love to hear all about her trip! A trip back to Vanuatu would be amazing – any chance you’d combine it with a trip to see us in Indonesia???!!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: britonb@hotmail.com URL: http://indoprism.blogspot.com DATE: 01/05/2008 10:57:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Another job opp AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/23/2007 09:11:49 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Yes, things are happening for the local blogging community, I hope this blogtogether friend can get this job too.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: wsutton@wncn.com URL: http://blogs.wncn.info/wsutton/ DATE: 12/23/2007 09:11:49 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Science blogging conference AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/11/2007 09:24:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: sciencebloggingcom CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Watts Grocery AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/11/2007 09:01:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 16, 848, 6:12:31 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/09/2007 08:28:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: First thanks to NCSBC '08 sponsors AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/08/2007 03:05:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 3 minutes with Joe AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/08/2007 01:41:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A chocolate crisis? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/06/2007 10:25:24 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    the new New Yorker has a cartoon that reminded me of you. The chef is in front of a judge pleading “not guilty, the menu clearly says Death by Chocolate!”

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://www.davidbarger.net DATE: 12/06/2007 10:25:24 AM ----- COMMENT:

    fyi: Wired founder starts chocolate company

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 12/06/2007 10:25:24 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Justin, I’m about to prepare my Trader Joe’s chocolate croissants, purchased at your inspiration. Thanks for your awesome post about the baker who makes these.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 12/06/2007 10:25:24 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Interestingly, I first (and only) learned about the crisis from my friend who showed up for an internship in Cote d’Ivoire the day before the shit hit fan, apparently! http://www.insolenttomato.com/?p=811

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ruby@lotusmedia.org URL: http://lotusmedia.org DATE: 12/06/2007 10:25:24 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Stories about blue AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/30/2007 06:01:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    John Shadle introduced me to your blog and your storyblogging project. So interesting! My husband and I are doing a similar thing – www.heartlandinnovators.org. We have all of this great info from these orgs (sometimes in audio), and their stories are so great (although it’s hard to tell them). Also, I like the faith blogging idea. My husband (and I sometimes) blog about the intersection between faith and politics at revolutioninjesusland.org. Thanks for your work! It’s great!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ewiley@email.unc.edu URL: http://heartlandinnovators.org DATE: 11/30/2007 06:01:52 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Elizabeth, thanks for visiting. I recently corresponded with your husband and asked if he’d be a speaker at our faith blogging conference. Hope we get to meet soon.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 11/30/2007 06:01:52 PM -----
-------- TITLE: I'd love this job AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/30/2007 01:36:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Ha! I knew it. When I saw that the other day I thought that you are the perfect person for the job, but they came too late to the party … ;-)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: Coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 11/30/2007 01:36:02 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Interesting events by interesting friends AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/29/2007 10:04:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Saturday in the city AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/24/2007 11:01:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Sent this to you in an email yesterday, then realized in the spirit of blogging, it ought to be put here… (Apologies for the length.)

    Hey Anton,

    Drifting at the desk at work today between projects and ended up on mistersugar.com catching up on a month’s worth of posts. Fun to read about Lucky’s Cafe and more about the big news for you and Erin to stay put in Durham and have it all work out. Good stuff. Very happy for you both, and the girls, too, of course.

    More though, wanted to comment on the overall effect of reading your blog. I clicked my way to your essay about grandfathers and grace in writing and thought of a French film I saw recently. A big market film starring Daniel Auteil called My Best Friend, which despite a kind of comedy light style actually had some profound moments and message. He befriends a cab driver who is a very complex guy but who treats people with respect and kindness. Repeats the old mantra: Smile and the world smiles with you. You do much more than that on your blog, of course, but the point is it is putting to action the idea of a connected life embracing shared humanity.

    Now I think of my train commute this morning and the tension. One woman before exit – continuing an exchange that must have happened while boarding a few stops before me, more than an hour before – leaned over a woman and said: “Hey, you talk like that to the wrong person one of these times and you’re going to find yourself hurt. F—- off!” They were both about 50. Then walking out of North Station some young guy coming toward me with friends is saying “No f——— way. Uh-uh. No f——— way.” And I’m thinking how easy it is to give over to isolation and anger and how cool it is when we can break through that and focus on the good. The substance. The exchange. And you do that in heaps online everyday, so thanks for sharing. Not to mention that you make me hungry and thirsty with all this talk of 3 Cups and 6 Plates and such… :)

    Cheers,
    Tom

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: thomaswhaines@gmail.com URL: DATE: 11/24/2007 11:01:34 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Anton, thanks for introducing me to Lucky’s this summer. Good sandwich, strong coffee.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 11/24/2007 11:01:34 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Intent on conversing with Jack AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/23/2007 07:51:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: Blogging ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Choosing our home AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/22/2007 10:49:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: North-Carolina ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I know this could not have been an easy decision, but as new friends, db and I are glad you’ll stay in Durham. Congrats to Erin on her new job and here’s to a fantastic month in Zanzibar!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://www.arsepoetica.com DATE: 11/22/2007 10:49:50 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats on working together to to find the best solution for your whole family. I’m thrilled to hear that you will be staying with us here in NC – and going to Africa!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ruby@lotusmedia.org URL: http://lotusmedia.org DATE: 11/22/2007 10:49:50 PM ----- COMMENT:

    We are all so lucky ya’ll decided to stay. :)

    I’ll find the proper words to speak sometime soon. I’m having a hard time expressing my joy in writting just now…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 11/22/2007 10:49:50 PM ----- COMMENT:

    You and Erin are so fortunate to have one another. I know the emotional trauma of making job decisions for the best of the relationship and family so I can being to approach understanding what you two have gone through.

    Selfish me is ecstatic you are staying in NC. You have no idea how blessed we are to have you in our community. But I’m glad you are getting some time in Cleveland for the holiday.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig DATE: 11/22/2007 10:49:50 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations! Now that you’re both in the private sector we’ll miss you here in public service – but if we know you, you’ll stay connected.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 11/22/2007 10:49:50 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Grandpa at 94 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/18/2007 02:12:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Wonderful to read this piece again, and to be reminded how all writers begin as readers. And if it’s as a reader of someone we know and love, so much the better.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: john.ettorre@gmail.com URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 11/18/2007 02:12:06 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Much love to Grandpa Sisco. My nana is 91 and I learned more from her than I ever did from my parents, I think.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ldrake@pobox.com URL: http://ldsm-soccer-mom.blogspot.com DATE: 11/18/2007 02:12:06 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Day of remembering AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/15/2007 11:07:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: busy airport AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/11/2007 09:51:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: TTHT on water AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/11/2007 09:07:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Posts about water aren’t really limited to the drought : not even just talking shortage. I started a list
    http://opit.wordpress.com/2007/10/25/articles-about-drinking-water/

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: opit@operamail.com URL: http://opit.wordpress.com/ DATE: 11/11/2007 09:07:09 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I had to look up who Michele Le Doeuff was…I feel like an honor hath been bestowed upon me..

    Thanks mr sugar! u rule

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jbucket3@yewess.us URL: http://chaos.wordpress.com DATE: 11/11/2007 09:07:09 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Ruhlman's Elements on sale AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/11/2007 12:43:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cookbooks CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blogger meetup in a wine shop AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/11/2007 12:39:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Sounds very cool. I will try to make this event myself. I can’t resist a good wine tasting event :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: admin@rtpclassifieds.com URL: http://www.rtpclassifieds.com DATE: 11/11/2007 12:39:35 PM -----
-------- TITLE: The downside of microblogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/10/2007 09:45:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Run-on sentence blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/06/2007 11:50:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    anton, I am glad to hear we are going to still be neighbors!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://smallsafterall.blogspot.com DATE: 11/06/2007 11:50:05 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Deep in the belly AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/05/2007 07:01:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I will be back AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/01/2007 10:49:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    This must be some post :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 11/01/2007 10:49:59 PM ----- COMMENT:

    The suspense is killing me. :-O

    Seriously, I have been thinking about y’all and your dilemma a lot. I’m sure you will find a way to make it work.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ruby@lotusmedia.org URL: http://lotusmedia.org DATE: 11/01/2007 10:49:59 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anton is always worth waiting for.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: john.ettorre@gmail.com URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 11/01/2007 10:49:59 PM ----- COMMENT:

    We’ll wait…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 11/01/2007 10:49:59 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Talkin' up tasty birds AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/21/2007 09:41:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Saturday morning at ConvergeSouth AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/20/2007 10:38:49 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    hey anton,
    ae tells me your storyblogging panel was great and that I really missed a good discussion. Also, glad to hear your mom is coming in and that you guys are staying. I got worried when I was walking the dogs and saw the U-Haul

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://smallsafterall.blogspot.com DATE: 10/20/2007 10:38:49 AM -----
-------- TITLE: ConvergeSouth third time around AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/19/2007 09:10:22 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Knowing you in life AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/18/2007 10:48:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Science Blogging Conference uptick AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/16/2007 07:17:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Times three AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/15/2007 07:50:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Restaurants CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    So, let’s have the next MeetUp there!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 10/15/2007 07:50:35 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Hi Anton! Thanks for the mention. We’re working mightily to get things up and going as soon as possible, and looking forward to welcoming the food blogging community soon thereafter. -Sherry

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: srhoneycu@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 10/15/2007 07:50:35 PM -----
-------- TITLE: The Tar Heel Tavern #114: Blogging on water AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/13/2007 01:32:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    The last TTHT was #110, I believe.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 10/13/2007 01:32:51 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Did we not get enough submissions for the Tavern to go up? (Or real life may have intervened, so no big deal, just wondering.)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ladybee@gmail.com URL: http://labricoleuse.livejournal.com DATE: 10/13/2007 01:32:51 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Blogging101 updates needed AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/11/2007 08:56:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: SCONC AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/11/2007 08:35:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Beck Tench AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/11/2007 08:21:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Duke CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    What a great name too!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 10/11/2007 08:21:57 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Beer tasting in the torrid zone AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2007 10:51:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: This is Durham AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/05/2007 09:17:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    What a great blog post (or should I say testimonial?) from Michael. You deserve it. I’m just returning from a week’s abstinence from work and blog reading. So nice to slowly absorb all that I missed. Also came back to discover the book you sent and all the ultra-kind notes from everyone involved in Ruhlman’s visit. Thanks for keeping me involved, if only virtually.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 10/05/2007 09:17:49 PM -----
-------- TITLE: A dive into love AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/05/2007 08:54:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: Duke ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A family portrait AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/02/2007 09:45:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I love this!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://www.arsepoetica.com/ DATE: 10/02/2007 09:45:21 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Lighting up the climate AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/01/2007 09:00:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    As part of a series of home renovations, my parents are installing a series of solar panels on their roof. Apparantly, not only do they get a tax credit, but they can sell back any power they make as “green power” for more than regular power from Duke costs (though this last point undoes any environmental benefits the solar panels bring—just like selling blood isn’t the same as donating it). In the 1950s when my mom was growing up in Florida, all of the houses had solar panels to heat the water system. This was before the environmental movement took off—it was seen as practical, not progressive.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: williamjamesalexander@gmail.com URL: DATE: 10/01/2007 09:00:16 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Of drink and Durham AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/01/2007 05:18:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Duke's Zupon in the NYTimes Magazine AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/28/2007 08:15:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Sounded good until the recipe with Red Snapper. Being a responsible foodie requires being environment-friendly.
    Check your monterey card:
    http://www.mbayaq.org/cr/seafoodwatch.asp

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: corey.reece@gmail.com URL: http://cc511.info/ DATE: 09/28/2007 08:15:47 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Sharing time with writers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/25/2007 11:28:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: North-Carolina ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bora and Michael AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/25/2007 11:05:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blogging about the food blogging dinner AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/25/2007 10:47:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I wish I hadn’t had to work that night—I’d have gladly braved the ire of my husband and dropped the $65 to be at that dinner. I’m even more sad that Michael had to leave early the next morning, because I could easily have made the kaffe klatsch.

    Ah well, there’ll be other opportunities I hope.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: acidqueen5426@gmail.com URL: http://acidqueen.projectremains.com/ DATE: 09/25/2007 10:47:36 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Tell me your story AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/24/2007 11:47:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I don’t own a TV, but I do spend an awful lot of time on the internet in one way or another—-a lot of it spent engaged in blogging-related activities, which in my opinion (and yours too I’m assuming) represents a renaissance of storytelling. Disclaimer: I’m also an optimist.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 09/24/2007 11:47:24 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Justin, your blogging offers some great stories.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 09/24/2007 11:47:24 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anton, I cited you and your StoryBlogging effort in stimulating me to finally tell a story about the storytellers, Stetson Kennedy and Woody Guthrie, stemming from my visit to Kennedy’s place in Jan 2006. The repost and some further explanation is at my current blog, with links to the original post. Although I’m a scientist, this trip touched me deeply personally. Anyone can (and should) write a story about anything that moves them, regardless of the primary focus of their blog.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig DATE: 09/24/2007 11:47:24 PM ----- COMMENT:

    The URL hyperlink didn’t make it in my previous comment but here it is:

    http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig/2006/09/stetson_kennedy_revisited_lite.php

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig DATE: 09/24/2007 11:47:24 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Home from Piedmont AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/24/2007 11:30:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    And what a success it was! Thank you, Anton, for organizing such a festive and enjoyable event. If anyone didn’t have a great time last night, it’s your own damn fault! And I believe Michael made it back to his hotel safe and sound, which is no small task.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: dmccord@gmail.com URL: http://varmintbites.com DATE: 09/24/2007 11:30:46 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anton, thank you so much for a wonderful, food-centric two days. It was great fun and I am so glad that I could be there!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anna_kushnir@hms.harvard.edu URL: http://www.sunday-night-dinner.blogspot.com DATE: 09/24/2007 11:30:46 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Michael Ruhlman in Durham AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/23/2007 10:44:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Q-Shack and Locopops? Mmmm…. I think I should have ditched my homework and gone to the reading.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jacksonfox@gmail.com URL: http://jacksonfox.org DATE: 09/23/2007 10:44:58 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Gourmet on eating local AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/22/2007 07:10:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Restaurants CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In the N&O AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/22/2007 01:50:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Does that mean riff-raff need not attend? I was looking forward to another great event ;-)

    Well done – and expect me to pitch in once again….

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 09/22/2007 01:50:31 PM ----- COMMENT:

    From our first salon in Lakewood to your blogger meetups in Durham, you have innovatively and earnestly created a community. The N&O article is a well deserved recognition of your unique and valuable community service.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/22/2007 01:50:31 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Are you a blogger in the Triangle? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/21/2007 11:24:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Food writer for local lifestyle and business magazines. www.turtlemuse is my motivational blog based on my public speaking

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: s.ely@earthlink.net URL: http://www.daintymorsel.com DATE: 09/21/2007 11:24:31 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Savoring Chicago eating AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/20/2007 09:54:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The menu is set AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/20/2007 09:40:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Eat to blog AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/18/2007 12:07:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sunday photo blogging: The defenders AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/16/2007 11:07:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    These are my guys… ever ready to defend and rescue. I AM proud of them.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: czuiker5@earthlink.net URL: DATE: 09/16/2007 11:07:03 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Nice memory! I was lucky to have 4 great role models for brothers.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: matt@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/16/2007 11:07:03 PM -----
-------- TITLE: A weekend to smile AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/16/2007 04:54:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Life blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/10/2007 01:37:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Full steam ahead on food blogging event AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/05/2007 05:19:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Work with me AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/05/2007 09:45:36 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Work CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: About my sources of income AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/03/2007 08:45:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Work CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blog for science AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/03/2007 08:41:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Life list AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/02/2007 10:19:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Can I disagree, respectfully? :)

    I fear that lists such as these turn the spontaneity of life into a checklist of chores. Why not just live life to the fullest and do something crazy adventurous every day/week/month? Something that makes sense in the context of your life as it’s happening rather than pulled from a list of dreams written down at some arbitrary point in the past.

    That said, keep a list if you must. I myself love lists. But maybe throw it out start a new one every year/month.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 09/02/2007 10:19:26 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Right on, Justin. One of the reasons I write this blog is to record and capture the spontaneity of my life, and to show how these activities are the mortar between the bricks of my larger life and career goals.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 09/02/2007 10:19:26 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Food issue = joy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/30/2007 06:41:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Blogging ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Shared conversations AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/29/2007 09:23:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Wildflowers and my princesses AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/25/2007 11:02:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: North-Carolina ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Recuperation in the RV park AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/25/2007 08:51:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Status check AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/24/2007 02:25:27 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: August respite AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/19/2007 02:51:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: BlogTogether Backyard Barbecue AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/11/2007 03:12:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton and Erin,
    Many thanks for opening up your home to all of us. PharmK’er had such a great time with Anna and Malia that she wants to know when she can see them again. (Erin, special thanks for the hydrocortisone for the mosquito bites.) Thanks for being such great leaders in our little community!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig DATE: 08/11/2007 03:12:13 PM ----- COMMENT:

    So glad you and yours could join us Friday night. We all had a blast, especially Anna and Malia with their newfound friend.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 08/11/2007 03:12:13 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Goodbye Friday AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/11/2007 03:09:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bora clocks in AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/09/2007 04:30:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A classic in the courtyard AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/09/2007 09:03:03 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: Restaurants ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Call them Al fans AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/06/2007 01:39:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    He’s brilliant! Catch him sometime if you can.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: sally@ibiblio.org URL: http://greenespace.blogspot.com DATE: 08/06/2007 01:39:38 PM -----
-------- TITLE: In the news AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/29/2007 12:37:56 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    People steal storm drain covers? What for?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 07/29/2007 12:37:56 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Memory lane AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/28/2007 11:06:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I did not realize you went to Peace Corps together. For some reason I thought you met on Vanuatu.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 07/28/2007 11:06:16 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Good conversations AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/26/2007 11:29:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Look out for stolen milk crates AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/24/2007 11:51:27 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Radio CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tremont tips AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/21/2007 01:41:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Notes from SCoNC meeting 7/19/2007 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/19/2007 09:18:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    ROTFLOL. Used to work for Frank at Interpath. Was the 13th employee there…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: gina@lintqueen.com URL: http://www.lintqueen.com DATE: 07/19/2007 09:18:10 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Sent you an email, great summary of the SCONC meeting. We’ll talk soon.
    CEK

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: caroline.kornegay@gmail.com URL: DATE: 07/19/2007 09:18:10 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Oh, so small world – got here via pjones and read about Helen (I worked as a web consultant for a communications group she was involved with…) ... ah, the world is tiny making!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: kelly@hungryphotographer.org URL: http://www.hungryphotographer.org/pixelpost DATE: 07/19/2007 09:18:10 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Thanks for writing this up. Hope you enjoyed Techie Tuesday! We’re working on another blogging project, and would love your feedback.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: rharris@sigmaxi.org URL: http://www.sigmaxi.org DATE: 07/19/2007 09:18:10 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Three dot 7/19/2007 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/19/2007 05:20:35 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Have fun in Cleveland! We were hoping to have you join us for bbq tomorrow night but sounds like you’ll be on the road. Say hi to Erin and the girls.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: perri@neat-freak.com URL: http://neatfreak.wordpress.com DATE: 07/19/2007 05:20:35 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Water, water AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/09/2007 09:42:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    To complicate matters, apparently we shouldn’t be drinking out of plastic at all (even our reusable Nalgene). Here’s the latest from IdealBite:
    http://www.idealbite.com/tiplibrary/today

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: perri@neat-freak.com URL: http://neatfreak.wordpress.com DATE: 07/09/2007 09:42:29 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anton,
    Don’t forget that the water in your area of Durham has lead in it. What dilemmas we are facing in our times!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 07/09/2007 09:42:29 PM ----- COMMENT:

    We drink from the tap, via a Brita filter. I never remember whether Durham’s using chlorine or chloramine, but I can taste it when I don’t filter the water.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: vankloten-122@yahoo.com URL: http://home.earthlink.net/~thatcherforest DATE: 07/09/2007 09:42:29 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Cleveland tidbits AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/08/2007 09:10:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Salsa on a hot day AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/08/2007 08:50:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Wow — looks like you know some folks I do (Ruby, the Paul Jones)... wonder if we’ve met IRL? (I was the winner of the yummy veggie basket at the salsa walk: http://www.lintqueen.com/gallery/album07/1_2_006)

    :-)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: gina@lintqueen.com URL: http://www.lintqueen.com DATE: 07/08/2007 08:50:02 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Gina, you and I sometimes chat when you walk your dog down Loyal. Next time I see you, I’ll call out and we can share stories about our mutual acquaintances.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://blogtogether.org DATE: 07/08/2007 08:50:02 PM -----
-------- TITLE: At home in a tent AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/08/2007 08:20:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Summer report AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/06/2007 01:13:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cleveland observations AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/01/2007 10:45:30 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: About that job AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Work CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Congrats Anton! Sounds like a great opportunity!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: robzelt@robzelt.com URL: http://www.robzelt.com/blog DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Fantastic! They need you!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    What fabulous news, Anton! I’m really excited for you and this great opportunity to improve communications at Duke. Congratulations!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congratulations, and good luck in the new gig! Don’t worry about leaving Franklin St, you’re really just trading one Cosmic Cantina for another ;)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jacksonfox@gmail.com URL: http://jacksonfox.og DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Wow, Anton. That sounds incredibly exciting! Congrats!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ksims@anotherbrightidea.org URL: http://anotherbrightidea.org DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats, and best of luck! :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: joshstaiger@gmail.com URL: http://joshstaiger.org DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Does this mean more free beers? Duke is getting a great deal. Well done.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats! Duke is truly lucky to have you. I hope you enjoy it and can grow there.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    ok, ok, enough congratulatory blather, what we really want to know is which b-ball team will you be rooting for!???
    (but seriously, Congratulations!)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ibis4@mindspring.com URL: DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Awesome! If you need a medical perspective, let me know…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: davak@carotids.com URL: http://www.trianglehiking.com DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Hey congrats, only a out of state person could leave unc and go to duke and get away with it! lol. I wish you well.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: waynesutton@Gmail.com URL: http://www.wayne-sutton.com/blog DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    this sounds really exciting, anton! congratulations!!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Way to go Anton! We continue to be proud of all of your accomplishments. See you in Hawaii soon I presume?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: saipanjbr@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Congrats, Anton. This seems like a bit of shift in direction, but it makes sense in the context you explained above. I hope you enjoy your new workplace and still come see us in Chapel Thrill…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ruby@lotusmedia.org URL: http://lotusmedia.org DATE: 06/27/2007 02:19:17 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Summer changes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/26/2007 02:55:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Don’t tease us Anton, what’s the new gig?!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jacksonfox@gmail.com URL: http://jacksonfox.og DATE: 06/26/2007 02:55:30 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Another reunion AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/22/2007 08:01:39 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Caught while working AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/21/2007 11:31:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    That guy sounds like a real jerk.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 06/21/2007 11:31:24 PM -----
-------- TITLE: All China Daily AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/21/2007 10:16:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Is it that time already? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/21/2007 09:46:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cleveland chronicles: food blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/16/2007 09:51:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    thanks for that post, so interesting. i’d like to visit huron again to see ‘the chef’s kitchen.’

    alas, five states away, i feel like a failure as a farmer in my small way tonight when i came home to find all of our young chicks dead in the coop by some invading marauder.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 06/16/2007 09:51:40 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I am so jealous to have missed that dinner!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: http://www.masshist.org DATE: 06/16/2007 09:51:40 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Up on a pedestal AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/14/2007 01:23:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cleveland chronicle: walking along AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/13/2007 03:18:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Eat local, Triangle AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/08/2007 11:17:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Stories have layers, so dig deeper AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/07/2007 10:03:10 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    If anyone truly wants to understand the situation in, around, and about Israel, I strongly urge you to read 1) The Bible, and 2) Joel Rosenberg’s books- IN PARTICULAR his last book, Epicenter, which is non-fiction. As Natan Sharansky is quoted: “Joel understands the real problems and threats to the Middle East better than any American novelist I know.” His non-fiction books are The Last Jihad, The Ezekiel Option, The Last Days, and the Copper Scroll.

    It is virtually impossible to understand the events in the Middle East UNLESS one looks at them through the lens of the Bible. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 06/07/2007 10:03:10 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Linked to Franklin Street AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/30/2007 07:46:50 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    anton, this sounds like a perfect day.

    of course, any mention of Locopops makes me crave them. maybe a trip there tonight is in order!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 05/30/2007 07:46:50 AM ----- COMMENT:

    I thought I’d left this comment already, but thanks for the heads up that “Reach of a Chef” was out in paperback. I ordered it on Amazon straightway (after some confusion on the subtitle change), read half on my way home from Buffalo, and just finished it this weekend. Totally cool that you hung out with Ruhlman this weekend.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 05/30/2007 07:46:50 AM -----
-------- TITLE: A hockey legacy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/28/2007 08:38:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    What a great, classic photo!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 05/28/2007 08:38:49 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Agreed! Wonderful. I really like this series.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://www.arsepoetica.com DATE: 05/28/2007 08:38:49 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Catch-up blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/23/2007 11:34:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Thank you. Without you this would not have happened.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 05/23/2007 11:34:41 PM ----- COMMENT:

    We’ll drink wine together. Unless you have some of that slivo still available. :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://blogtogether.org DATE: 05/23/2007 11:34:41 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I still have some – let’s do it. Call me, I’m at home today.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 05/23/2007 11:34:41 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Sleeptalking AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/21/2007 10:42:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    anton, do you fold clothes and pay bills while you sleep??? or did she ask why you were not sleeping? If the former, feel free to come down and sleep mow my lawn at any time!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://smallsafterall.blogspot.com DATE: 05/21/2007 10:42:49 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Shoot. Typo changes the whole meaning of the dialogue!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 05/21/2007 10:42:49 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anna’s got the right idea.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 05/21/2007 10:42:49 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Corner of paradise AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/20/2007 04:28:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Thanks for the memories… the times we used to share … you sitting in the chair.. the high sun gave a glare … off waters without out tears … thanks for the memories…

    Dad

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 05/20/2007 04:28:55 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Thank you. We have wonderful, wonderful memories of that home, don’t we? The 9 hole golf course, Trigger (Great Dane) and Sheba, the Frye’s (5 boys each of the age of you and your brothers. This porch gave us all a moment of respite. It is good to remember.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 05/20/2007 04:28:55 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I just love your family and the love and care you are showing each other…And my belated B’day wishes to you!!!
    European Breakdown Cover

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: allabtads@gmail.com URL: DATE: 05/20/2007 04:28:55 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Eat local AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/20/2007 09:03:21 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Good links here. Thanks for the link to the book, it ties in with our talking here in the family lately.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ksims@anotherbrightidea.org URL: http://anotherbrightidea.org DATE: 05/20/2007 09:03:21 AM -----
-------- TITLE: A Saturday in Durham AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/19/2007 09:10:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I love WASP automotive! My first visit there they talked me out of spending $400 dollars. “Live with the tiny leak” they said. Love them!

    However, we did get to go hiking yesterday. Much fun, much fun. Sorry you missed it…

    Buying the geology book now. I am looking for the ultimate book that will solve my daughter’s never ending question: what kind of rock is this, daddy?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: davak@carotids.com URL: http://www.trianglehiking.com DATE: 05/19/2007 09:10:46 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I hope you make it to Occoneechee Mountain sometime. It’s a fun hike. The odd thing is that the peak of the mountain is actually outside of the park grounds. You can still walk there, though. It’s the highest point from here to the coast in NC!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 05/19/2007 09:10:46 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Bugle call AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/19/2007 08:46:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Library corps AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/15/2007 09:01:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Facing Facts AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/15/2007 03:20:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Open doors AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/15/2007 08:33:56 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Restaurants CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sunday photo blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/13/2007 10:12:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Home and alone AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/12/2007 11:03:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: Meals ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    The Namesake is quite a piece of movie-making, Anton. I know you’ll love it. I saw it a couple weeks ago at my beloved Cedar-Lee and found it quite absorbing.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 05/12/2007 11:03:52 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Bloodlines AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/12/2007 10:51:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Radio CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I remember hearing that from Steve Inskeep, too, and it stuck in my mind for exactly the same reasons. It raises questions about how Rebecca Roberts got her job — probably unfair questions. (There’s a bio of her here, http://weta.org/theintersection/show_personalitydetail.php?p_id=2). She seems quite accomplished, and certainly experienced enough to get national air time on NPR as a host.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: marktzk@gmail.com URL: http://www.thoughtsignals.com DATE: 05/12/2007 10:51:23 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Mark, you’re right about Rebecca. I actually enjoyed her hosting, and liked her gentle approach to Morning Edition.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 05/12/2007 10:51:23 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I think she is MUCH better than her mother.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 05/12/2007 10:51:23 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Cookbook collecting, #1 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/12/2007 03:07:35 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Last item of the day: list blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/09/2007 11:42:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I am big list maker myself. Found you via a search for NC blogs…thinking about moving back to NC…
    I used Textpattern/Textdrive a couple years ago…I really liked however switched to Wordpress when I changed servers…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: nathan.miller@gmail.com URL: http://www.bicycle-sidewalk.com DATE: 05/09/2007 11:42:20 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Me too. No matter how much I use computers I still gravitate back to the sensuous experience of paper and pen.

    But my Treo 650 is a great list maker. It even rings to remind me todo stuff. :) Reminders are key!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 05/09/2007 11:42:20 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Here’s an idea: why don’t you combine a couple of these elements, and blog about the list of bills you owe? You could then invite readers to pay them for you. You could start a popular trend that would spread like wildfire throughout the ‘sphere.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 05/09/2007 11:42:20 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Ever since I was a little kid, I was a compulsive list-maker. Still am. Paper and pen.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 05/09/2007 11:42:20 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Nobody cares AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/09/2007 12:35:29 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Magnolia still tops to us AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/08/2007 10:29:43 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: National press for Locopops AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/08/2007 10:05:49 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Putting the bread AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/07/2007 10:04:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Thank goodness you didn’t have pictures or I would have been carb loading all day!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: davak@carotids.com URL: DATE: 05/07/2007 10:04:28 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Davak, I’ll look through my Vanuatu pics tonight to find a photo of the Paama bread. If we’re lucky, it will show that wonderful Nutella spread!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 05/07/2007 10:04:28 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Take another sip AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/07/2007 09:09:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Thank you, Tom AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/07/2007 08:54:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ghost Town AUTHOR: mistersugar DATE: 05/06/2007 10:45:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Thank you, Tom. Great posts and links this week. Now that you’ve got an account and a hang of the Textpattern system, feel free to post anytime.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://blogtogether.org DATE: 05/06/2007 10:45:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Thanks, Tom. I enjoyed your posts.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://www.arsepoetica.com DATE: 05/06/2007 10:45:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: West Texas Traffic AUTHOR: DATE: 05/06/2007 10:30:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Note to Boomers AUTHOR: DATE: 05/06/2007 12:34:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Goalposts? I don’t even know where the field is and I’m still looking for parking.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: nerdpita@yahoo.com URL: http://www.dirtynerdluv.org DATE: 05/06/2007 12:34:16 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Reporting, not transcription AUTHOR: DATE: 05/06/2007 12:00:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cinco de Mayo AUTHOR: DATE: 05/05/2007 05:50:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Cabrito roast sounds delicious. That’s goat, right?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 05/05/2007 05:50:51 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Tender young goat.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 05/05/2007 05:50:51 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Fleur-de-lis AUTHOR: DATE: 05/05/2007 11:00:23 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Run For The Roses AUTHOR: DATE: 05/04/2007 12:58:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: Family ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Tom, I try to catch the Derby every year, too — best 3 minutes of sports! We watch lots of movies with horse races, and seeing a real race, even on tv, is a treat.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 05/04/2007 12:58:10 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Tom: We are back from Juarez and a rather disappointing fight. The Kentucky Club just across the border is THE place to watch a fight. Waiters in ties and the place is circa 1920. Lovely tequila selections.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: buck@bbgun.com URL: DATE: 05/04/2007 12:58:10 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Texas fog AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/04/2007 11:48:59 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cake and cookbooks AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/03/2007 09:35:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Ahh…. Grandmother Shaughnessy’s famous sponge cake! For nearly four years now, I’ve been in a baking battle when it comes to cakes due to the high altitude of our new desert mountain digs. But for our recent Easter dinner, I finally decided to ditch my fancy cookbook’s cake recipes with all of their high-altitude suggestions (which never fail to fall), and retreated to my messy scrapbook of tried and true family recipes. What a surprise that with just a few slight alterations (thanks to a little internet research), Grandmother’s Sponge Cake came through like a champ. The catch has something to do with using a bunt pan — it apparently helps to hold up the middle. And, I added an extra free range egg (from my very own hens) and used regular unbleached white flour instead of cake flour. The recipe has no butter, so it is super light and is as delicate as could be. As soon as I realized the success of this old recipe, I called my good friends Buck & Camp, and promised a birthday cake for Camp’s upcoming birthday. So on Friday night, I carefully packed up and transported over a long and windy rocky dirt road and a even longer (and hot!) highway drive, an exquisite yellow sponge cake with the lightest white butter icing you can imagine (I whipped that icing in my mixer for 25 minutes.) The guests at the party fell in love with my cake, and loved even more that it was indeed an old family recipe. It really was the best cake ever. Thank you, Grandmother, for passing on a tradition that has now been reignited for the next generation.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: katherine@doegirl.com URL: http://www.doegirl.com DATE: 05/03/2007 09:35:54 PM ----- COMMENT:

    My mouth is watering anew.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 05/03/2007 09:35:54 PM ----- COMMENT:

    OH the cake! I wish I could master it but alas, it has defeated me every time. Last month I made three cakes trying to get it right for my little Leo’s first birthday. I ended up at the grocery store 20 minutes before the guests arrived to buy a little cake slathered with frosting. Not so good, but Leo doesn’t know any better yet. Maybe for his second birthday I’ll get it right.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: http://www.masshist.org DATE: 05/03/2007 09:35:54 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Backyard visitors AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/03/2007 09:33:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton, come to our house. We’re hoarding the finches! Do you have a thistle sock?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://www.arsepoetica.com DATE: 05/03/2007 09:33:52 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Tune in Now AUTHOR: DATE: 05/03/2007 06:38:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: Radio ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: West Texas Television AUTHOR: DATE: 05/01/2007 10:21:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Texas AUTHOR: DATE: 05/01/2007 01:18:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    While I’ve read plenty of James Michener — The Source is my favorite — I never did crack Texas. See my earlier post about how Michener gave Richard Gildenmeister his nickname.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 05/01/2007 01:18:19 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Go Tom Go. Hope all is well in West Texas, hope we can meet your NC inlaws sometime. And of coures, Fiona Mae looks lovely.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tiftm@aol.com URL: http://www.tiftmerritt.com DATE: 05/01/2007 01:18:19 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I love Michener. I think Chesapeake is my fav. I’ve never read more about breeding dogs or building boats, but I loved it!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: http://www.masshist.org DATE: 05/01/2007 01:18:19 PM ----- COMMENT:

    If you liked Chesapeake, you will most likely love Beautiful Swimmers: Watermen, Crabs, and the Chesapeake Bay by William Warner.

    And, as for older Texans turning to books for the first time, one should really, really read Life is So Good by George Dawson and Richard Glaubman. Dawson walked into a Dallas literacy program one day and announced his intention to enrich his life by learning to read. He was 100 years old. His book goes back a lot farther, and the first chapter haunts me most days.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: edarrell@sbcglobal.net URL: http://www.timpanogos.wordpress.com DATE: 05/01/2007 01:18:19 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Guest bloggers in May AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/30/2007 10:37:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Trying to see Ted Kennedy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/30/2007 09:01:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Get on the bus AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/26/2007 10:06:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: There's a better way AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/26/2007 12:27:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Snowed AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/25/2007 11:06:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I hope someone taped it or it’ll be online… cause I missed it. :(

    Did hear Mr. Moyers on Democracy Now! last night. Such an amazing comeback considering the details of his rousting from PBS by right wing hatchet men at the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Moyer’s now famous speech at the National Conference on Media Reform is amazing! Its called Take Public Broadcasting Back. http://www.commondreams.org/views05/0516-34.htm

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 04/25/2007 11:06:33 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Slow food blogging speeding up AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/24/2007 11:44:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Accidental journalism AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/24/2007 04:18:46 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bric-a-brac in the Courtyard of Chapel Hill AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/23/2007 11:53:08 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: North-Carolina ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    great photos here…

    http://3cups.net/?p=358

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 04/23/2007 11:53:08 AM -----
-------- TITLE: The storyteller AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/21/2007 08:48:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    i’ve enjoyed reading WIRED for the past few years. the subs are cheap (~$10/year) and there’s always some interesting article there. it helps fill in the gaps between the arrival of the quarterly-produced book-size magazine, MAKE (another favorite of mine).

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 04/21/2007 08:48:14 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Earned her wings AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/20/2007 03:24:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: So much to do this weekend AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/20/2007 08:20:24 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Getting lost tonight AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/18/2007 10:17:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Recoiling in horror AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/18/2007 10:22:05 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Happy birthday, Erin AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/18/2007 09:18:39 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Happy Birthday Erin!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 04/18/2007 09:18:39 AM ----- COMMENT:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ERIN! I hope that you are able to get in SOME free time to enjoy.

    May God bless you abundantly.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/18/2007 09:18:39 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Fair share AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/17/2007 10:50:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Berry picking returns AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/17/2007 06:44:27 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tampa notes #5 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/14/2007 10:50:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tampa notes #4 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/13/2007 11:52:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tampa notes #3 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2007 10:04:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Thanks for the link.
    What I liked about Gingrich was his very first “Say yes if” not No because”...it says “ Be positive…it is more productive.” It is also kinder and a better future for healthcare than his talking pacemaker or quickie solution for climate change by midcentury. I do like his wireless everywhere forecast, his erudition and intelligence.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: johnlapuma@gmail.com URL: http://www.drjohnlapuma.com DATE: 04/12/2007 10:04:31 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Lots of people are speculating that Gingrich will run for President. Health care is going to be a huge issue. Republicans aren’t coming across as very compassionate conservatives… coming out as a “liberal” on health care could help him a lot. IMHO

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 04/12/2007 10:04:31 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Gingrich was definitely erudite and intelligent today, and he clearly is looking at the big picture. As someone mentioned to me after the session, Gingrich is the king of the soundbite, and that’s party what rubs me the wrong way. But Gingrich is also clearly anti-government and wants government out of health care — even though he praised government interventions in the early days of aviation because those regulations helped improve safety and reliability. I’ll give Gingrich this: even he seemed to retreat from his soundbites so he could expound on the larger, more complex issues. We need thinkers to be our leaders.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 04/12/2007 10:04:31 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Tampa notes #2 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2007 02:30:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tampa notes #1 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2007 03:10:41 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spring in my step AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/10/2007 04:41:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Mixed up AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/09/2007 11:28:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    congratulations, anton! i have an older kitchen aid of my grandmother’s that i inherited a few years back. it works great, but it’s only the 3.5 quart version. it’s also a nice light green/yellow color that matched the shade in her old kitchen. i think it’s about 30 years old. you’ll enjoy this one, though! nice gift, erin!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 04/09/2007 11:28:06 PM ----- COMMENT:

    yummy, bread. Can you attach a loaf to your mailbox and the dogs and I will pick up while on our walk. Thanks!!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://smallsafterall.blogspot.com DATE: 04/09/2007 11:28:06 PM -----
-------- TITLE: We don't need no stinkin' code AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/09/2007 11:16:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: By and by the bay AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/09/2007 04:20:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Sorry that we’re going to miss you, Anton. The beach should be nice this weekend. Looks like it’ll be sunny and in the 80’s.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: chris@wufoo.com URL: http://wufoo.com DATE: 04/09/2007 04:20:55 PM ----- COMMENT:

    i was just in Tampa a few weeks ago for the ACC tournament.

    Ybor City is a neat area. it’s the “old city” and is home to quite a bit of nightlife and a few Cuban restaurants. there is a streetcar that runs between Ybor City and downtown Tampa that is fairly inexpensive ($4 or $5 for unlimited daily use).

    if you have a car, drive over to St. Pete and check out the Dali Museum on the campus of USF. definitely worth the drive if you’re into Dali in the least. then, head to Fort DeSoto to check out the 19th c. fort and the beach. if you have time, heading to the DeSoto National Memorial is nice as well. it’s small but it’s the beginning of the “DeSoto Trail” (where he and his crew began their trek through the southeastern US). from there you can drive over the Skyway Bridge, which is the world’s longest cable-stayed concrete bridge (thanks Wikipedia).

    i know there’s a lot more to do there, but those are just some things that i enjoyed recently.

    have a great trip!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 04/09/2007 04:20:55 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Chris, thanks for the beach suggestion. And John, thanks for all the tips – I’ll try to squeeze a few of those activities into my weekend.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 04/09/2007 04:20:55 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Ruhlman's menu for storytelling AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/08/2007 01:44:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Definitely one of my favorite books. Now I’m waiting for The Reach of a Chef to come out in paperback.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 04/08/2007 01:44:05 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Lovin' the livin' in Durham AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/07/2007 11:21:15 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Like a billion dollars AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/04/2007 09:13:50 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Birthday candles AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/01/2007 09:02:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Happy Birthday Darling. I hope you have a wonderful day – know that you are much loved. Ninapenda wewe.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/01/2007 09:02:26 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy Birthday! You can’t be 37. It is impossible that these years have passed so quickly.
    Memories of trying to tackle that first bike ride, ocean wave, Caribbean graduation and flight to John Carroll in beautiful Cleveland and… more memories of the evening phone call home to tell of the beautiful woman you just met and “that you(I) am going to marry!)... Graduation, Hawaii, Ohio Live Magazine, Marriage, Peace Corps, and more. Still, my Anton.
    I love you! You’ve only just begun!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/01/2007 09:02:26 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy bday Anton!

    I think that ideas are an ocean we surf. You’ll ride the wave again. I’m just learning how to get used to the bumpy ride.

    Spending time with your children and reading sounds blissful. Hope you enjoy it. :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 04/01/2007 09:02:26 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Hope you enjoyed the special day, amigo.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 04/01/2007 09:02:26 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy B-day! We still need to do coffee…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: davak@carotids.com URL: DATE: 04/01/2007 09:02:26 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Torrid tales from Alex AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/27/2007 11:04:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    interesting

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: sportzpower@vanuatu.com.vu URL: DATE: 03/27/2007 11:04:41 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Richard and Elizabeth AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/27/2007 04:17:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Who's in a name? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/26/2007 09:21:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    This is really beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 03/26/2007 09:21:21 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Wow – what a gift back to both of your families. They should be proud of your tremendous thoughtfulness and character. Gives me great insight into two folks whom I already admired and am so fortunate to know.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig DATE: 03/26/2007 09:21:21 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Four days AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/26/2007 01:23:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I’ve got the virus here in Texas, too. Perhaps it was transmitted through blogs.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 03/26/2007 01:23:43 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Tom, sorry to hear you’re sick, too. My sinuses are cleared tonight, but my back feels as if it’s been flogged, and my joints still ache. Yikes.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://blogtogether.org DATE: 03/26/2007 01:23:43 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Noticed this week AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/22/2007 08:34:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Peas with honey AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/20/2007 10:49:10 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    hey anton! how’s life? think of you often!! a kiss to erin! have her give you one from me as well!! missin u always! luv yuh!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cjmcc79907@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 03/20/2007 10:49:10 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Charlie, wonderful to hear from you. How’s Texas?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://blogtogether.org DATE: 03/20/2007 10:49:10 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Deep voice AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/18/2007 11:26:59 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Radio CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Ha! Now yo know where and when he gets his coffee so you can be there next time (or is that called “stalking”?) and get his autograph.

    Sunday is the only day I can sleep until noon, so I have not managed to catch his show yet. I’ll have to check the podcasts (I am assuming they have them).

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 03/18/2007 11:26:59 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Good stuff, eh AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/16/2007 11:11:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Weekly strength AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/15/2007 11:02:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Parting is such sweet sorrow AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/15/2007 09:58:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: That's a crime AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/13/2007 12:35:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton,
    did you see this:
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/5231334.stm

    Doesn’t look like the wagon is very full!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://smallsafterall.blogspot.com DATE: 03/13/2007 12:35:59 PM ----- COMMENT:

    We started Netflixing ‘The Wire” from HBO and it’s well-written, well-paced – with complex characters. (Yes, we’re late to this bandwagon.) It’s more about office politics than cops-and-robbers, which is very compelling.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 03/13/2007 12:35:59 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anton,
    You guys should get into Netflixing some of the brilliant BBC crime dramas, like “Rebus” and “Inspector Linley.” The plots are stretched out over about 4 or 5 episodes, so there’s more to them. And, no commercials!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: http://www.masshist.org DATE: 03/13/2007 12:35:59 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Comment silence = no accent AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/13/2007 10:22:31 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Lickety split AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/12/2007 06:54:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    LocoPops is OPEN in the Courtyard near 3CUPS. 12-9:00 7 days a week.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: badi@3cups.net URL: DATE: 03/12/2007 06:54:37 PM ----- COMMENT:

    wifi?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 03/12/2007 06:54:37 PM -----
-------- TITLE: On the back burner AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/12/2007 10:30:51 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Mmmmmmm! One of these days you have to let me taste the lamb rogan josh!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 03/12/2007 10:30:51 AM ----- COMMENT:

    You got it. I’ll make it for the BlogTogether potluck next month (soon as we plan such a thing).

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 03/12/2007 10:30:51 AM ----- COMMENT:

    A blog that I enjoy a bit is one of a good friend’s wife. They are both living in Zimbabwe and doing work for the CRS (her) and various volunteer positions (him). Their both former NC residents, too. Her site is http://fieldtofeast.blogspot.com/ and it features lots of African dishes as well as stories of their experiences in Zim.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 03/12/2007 10:30:51 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Interstate carmerce AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/09/2007 11:29:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Snow delayed AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/08/2007 11:21:44 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Hey Anton,
    ae’s and my good friend Beth teaches that class (she is also ae’s co-worker). She is great! I hope you get a lot out of it!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://smallsafterall.blogspot.com DATE: 03/08/2007 11:21:44 AM -----
-------- TITLE: A logo contest for BlogTogether AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/05/2007 09:08:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Lunch and all AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/04/2007 10:17:42 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My local coffeeshop AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/04/2007 08:07:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I’m one who loves being “a regular” someplace, too, Anton. There used to be a wonderful drug store on 9th Street in Durham called McDonald’s Drug Store. It closed without fanfare a few years back, but I will always remember the many trips I made there to get their homemade Cokes made from Coke syrup and soda water (regulars vanilla and cherry, and the special chocolate coke with Hershey’s syrup). I’ve also mourned the loss of Foster’s, a place whose cheese counter I loved to visit when I lived in Durham (1994-2001). On a recent first trip to Piedmont (in Durham) I found that the old cheese counter attendant is now in the restaurant business. For the record, we both recognized each other from the many times I visited Foster’s.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 03/04/2007 08:07:01 PM ----- COMMENT:

    John, did you mean Fowler’s Market on Duke Street? I read this week that a new owner will be reopening that place in the next month or so.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 03/04/2007 08:07:01 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Yes, Fowler’s! (Not Foster’s.) I can’t remember how many times I’ve mixed up those two names. Ugh. Good news that they’ll be re-opening, but it hasn’t been the same since they closed a few years back due to tax problems. The Fowler’s that was there the past few years wasn’t quite as good even though a lot of the old employees were still there.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 03/04/2007 08:07:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: A delightful morning. AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/03/2007 01:37:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Indeed it was a great day at the museum! Sometimes it is easy to lose track of those perfect moments, so I’m glad you took the time to capture it here. Thanks!

    Mark

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mark.crescenzi@gmail.com URL: DATE: 03/03/2007 01:37:11 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Conversations this week AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/28/2007 11:05:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tearjerker AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/26/2007 11:01:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Britta and I tuned in as well. Some of those girls really were amazing, especially given their backgrounds. Oprah must be making money hand over fist.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@katzenfisch.com URL: DATE: 02/26/2007 11:01:54 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Saturday with friends and family AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/25/2007 12:55:27 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Thanks for coming Anton. It was wonderful having ya around. As usual.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 02/25/2007 12:55:27 AM ----- COMMENT:

    DJ Malia. We’re awaiting her debut CD.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 02/25/2007 12:55:27 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Why five? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/20/2007 10:52:48 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Good price.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 02/20/2007 10:52:48 AM ----- COMMENT:

    5 for $1 is quite a deal and I would have bought 10. They were actually 5 for $2.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/20/2007 10:52:48 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Good enough price.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 02/20/2007 10:52:48 AM ----- COMMENT:

    As you may have heard, a new Whole Foods is now rising less than a half mile from JCU, in the reconstituted Cedar Center. But my ears perked up when a writer for U.S. News read an essay about Whole Foods on NPR’s Marketplace last night. He said that in his house, the place—due to its high prices—is known as “Whole Paychecks.”

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 02/20/2007 10:52:48 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Cat and dog blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/18/2007 12:13:48 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Letters from Paama AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/16/2007 06:53:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Passionate about passion fruit AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/15/2007 01:15:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: Hawaii ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Triangle Bloggers Happy Hour 2/21/2007 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/13/2007 09:54:26 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I plan to go, in case anyone needs a ride.

    Anton, Blogtogether is report

    your_ip_is_blacklisted_by bl.spamcop.net, list.dsbl.org, sbl.spamhaus.org

    even though it isn’t….

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 02/13/2007 09:54:26 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Going bowling this Wednesday AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/12/2007 08:50:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Honda CRV for sale AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/11/2007 06:27:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    This is a good car. I can vouch for it since I have driven it recently myself.. Because of this car, I bought my own crv.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/11/2007 06:27:21 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Running and falling on a sunny day AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/11/2007 05:25:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Vanuatu connections AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/11/2007 12:58:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Missed the j-school cut AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/09/2007 09:48:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Sorry to hear that, you would have made a most excellent professor.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 02/09/2007 09:48:20 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Bummer. But I know there will be other chances. And you’re still downright young, as these things go (perhaps you could apply a little fake gray near the temples). Stay in the hunt.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 02/09/2007 09:48:20 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Meateaters AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/08/2007 07:33:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Very cute! After a busy morning of trying to get kids off to school, thanks for reminding me to listen.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: davak@carotids.com URL: DATE: 02/08/2007 07:33:04 PM ----- COMMENT:

    anton, are you sure some vultures don’t eat pizza? Malia might be on to something. I mean, everybody eats pizza! Speaking of that, what is your fave pizza in our area? ae and I are in disagreement!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://smallsafterall.blogspot.com DATE: 02/08/2007 07:33:04 PM ----- COMMENT:

    db, we have a habit of visiting Mellow Mushroom for pizza nearly every week. We love the American Tobacco District, and Cosmic Karma pizza is delicious.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/08/2007 07:33:04 PM ----- COMMENT:

    thanks for the tip. I’m on my way!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://smallsafterall.blogspot.com DATE: 02/08/2007 07:33:04 PM -----
-------- TITLE: To Raleigh February 19th AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/08/2007 03:41:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Peace Corps in Dominican Republic AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/08/2007 09:14:37 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Dad CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Diagnosis for this blog AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/07/2007 10:52:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton, have you heard about the great new book, The Family Who Couldn’t Sleep? It is an excellent medical mystery about prion diseases. I highly recommend it.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: http://www.masshist.org DATE: 02/07/2007 10:52:57 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Mary, I have heard about that book, and I blogged about the original article by that author. It appeared in the NYTimes Magazine, and featured a scientist at Case Wester Reserve University who is an expert in prions.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/07/2007 10:52:57 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Ideas for StoryBlogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/07/2007 10:39:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Piano music AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/06/2007 07:17:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Google Reader help needed AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/31/2007 12:18:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Of Peter, Paul & Mary AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/28/2007 11:39:11 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Josh Rouse at the Cradle again AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/25/2007 09:26:42 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Conference thank you AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/23/2007 10:18:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Stoddard Allen, Sr. AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/21/2007 07:08:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Conference wrapup AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/21/2007 02:50:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The conference is here! AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/19/2007 03:35:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Snow is falling AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/18/2007 06:44:38 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Critical mass for NCSBC AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/17/2007 06:36:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Anthology is out AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/16/2007 04:35:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Conference planning is back-breaking work AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/14/2007 04:53:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    My body was screaming, too, so I took a long sleepppppp….

    Then I cleaned the house, had some guests over for a very pleasant conversation and now amm about half-way through proofreading the enormous anthology file – we’lll get in touch later….

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 01/14/2007 04:53:10 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Science blogging event just around the corner AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/07/2007 04:42:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Rainy day shopping AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/07/2007 04:30:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Wow, a TJ’s in Cary! How excellent.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 01/07/2007 04:30:58 PM ----- COMMENT:

    And rumor that Trader Joe’s will open in Chapel Hill in the coming months.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 01/07/2007 04:30:58 PM -----
-------- TITLE: 3 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/04/2007 11:51:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Roy and me AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/03/2007 02:13:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Into the new year AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/01/2007 12:10:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Happy New Year to the entire Zuiker family!!!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 01/01/2007 12:10:32 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Ditto. Or as Rush Limbaugh fans would say (I’m guessing the Zuikers are not among this group), mega dittoes.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 01/01/2007 12:10:32 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Edwards in '08 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/28/2006 12:39:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cleveland chronicle AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/28/2006 12:33:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Crack nut AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/23/2006 11:35:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: Family ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: That's all my life in six words AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/23/2006 06:46:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Here’s the 6-word memoir I submitted via Twitter.com: “Doing a lot with a little.”

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ruby@lotusmedia.org URL: http://lotusmedia.org DATE: 12/23/2006 06:46:43 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Nice one, Ruby.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 12/23/2006 06:46:43 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Hat in hand AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/20/2006 04:35:48 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Found in translation AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/18/2006 07:43:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: TTHT: Holidays est arrive AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/17/2006 10:25:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Well, we’re all you need for a great party anyway! It was great of you to offer to host at the last minute. Thank you so much!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: lponeill@att.net URL: http://slowlysheturned.net DATE: 12/17/2006 10:25:43 PM -----
-------- TITLE: When's the last time you bumped? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/16/2006 11:58:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I’ve been bumped in our ’97 Honda CRV. Happened on a stretch of highway right alongside the beach. I had to brake rapidly, and the lady behind didn’t react fast enough.

    The CRV’s rear bumper left an unusually large dent in her Camry hood, and us with a small scare. To this day, I am jumpy on that road.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ksims@anothernrightidea.org URL: http://anotherbrightidea.org/blog DATE: 12/16/2006 11:58:49 PM -----
-------- TITLE: TTHT hosted here AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/15/2006 02:39:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Aborted afternoon in the sun AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/14/2006 10:47:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Talking about StoryBlogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/14/2006 06:07:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Marathoning dad runs again tomorrow AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/09/2006 11:59:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Dad CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: H2-oh sh-- AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/05/2006 10:14:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Dig a well?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 12/05/2006 10:14:17 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Jingle Bells AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/03/2006 10:30:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Mapping your sentences AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/02/2006 09:24:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I heard that segment and remembered the good old days…though diagramming sentences in Serbo-Croatian is somewhat different.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 12/02/2006 09:24:31 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Using old media to build new media AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/28/2006 10:49:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton,

    thanks for all your work with our class reunion and the websites …

    i can;t seem to remmebr my user name and password … i think i have an account because the system won;t take my e-mail …

    i need a little help …

    sorry to bother you on your personal web page …

    happy holidays

    -peter mancuso

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: pmancus1@rochester.rr.com URL: DATE: 11/28/2006 10:49:21 PM -----
-------- TITLE: On the blocks, redux AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/28/2006 10:32:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton, Ayse and I saw this car as well, and I said “Anton talked about this on his blog!” Jeez, doesn’t anybody notice this happening?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: DATE: 11/28/2006 10:32:05 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I bet there’s a science to it — take off the wheels on the side of the car not visible to traffic, then take off the visible front wheel, then the rear wheel, then get the hell out of the area.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 11/28/2006 10:32:05 PM ----- COMMENT:

    We should find a car nobody wants, abandon it on that stretch of I-40, and then set up a video surveillance and watch what unfolds. Of course, you would think the highway patrol might try something like that.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: DATE: 11/28/2006 10:32:05 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Thankful for words AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/24/2006 02:53:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Film CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Medical detective story AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/22/2006 10:19:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Short cut AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/21/2006 09:13:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Flybys and flyovers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/16/2006 09:42:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Comments should be fixed now. Join the conversation, please.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 11/16/2006 09:42:58 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Wow, no wireless during peak hours? That’s harsh. I wonder if it’s someone’s job to turn off the wireless router during lunch and turn it back on again after. I wonder if they’ll forget.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 11/16/2006 09:42:58 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Justin,
    Yes, we’ll forget. No, we won’t turn it off. But we will ask that websurfing customers respect the fact that we are 2 small, off-street shops with limited seating. SandwHich is only open for lunch, so 11-2 has to be reserved for lunchtime customers. By all means, if lunch is part of the package, surf away, but it often doesn’t work that way. Outside of those hours, you can take a cup or press of coffee and set up shop.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: badi@3cups.net URL: http://www.3cups.net DATE: 11/16/2006 09:42:58 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Badi, I love your shop and Sandwhich, and wifi during off-peak hours makes good sense. And now that I know you’re getting Weaver Street cinnamon rolls, your little off-street haven might just qualify as heaven now.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 11/16/2006 09:42:58 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Larry King Live’s program this past week focused on the impact that positive thinking has on a person’s life and the high return it brings. Perhaps, this is the time for that bookstore to open with Richard at its helm.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/16/2006 09:42:58 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Speaking of our friend Richard, the bookseller extraordinaire, next time you’re in Cleveland, you ought to check out his photo portrait at Joseph Beth booksellers, right next to the elevator on the ground floor. It’s a remarkable photo of a man sitting amid mounds of books, with the largest grin you’ve ever seen. It captures him as few photos could.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 11/16/2006 09:42:58 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Brief hiatus AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/15/2006 11:28:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On citizen voices AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/08/2006 12:07:40 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Dinner with family, dinner with friends AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/06/2006 11:10:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A stroll on Newbury St. AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/05/2006 01:02:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: APHA notes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/05/2006 10:56:17 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spice in Boston AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/04/2006 10:47:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Quaking in yer boots AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/25/2006 10:56:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I believe shivaree has something to do with a betrothal ceremony, or perhaps a distraction aimed at newleyweds.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: larry@lgpiper.net URL: DATE: 10/25/2006 10:56:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Let them find you AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/25/2006 10:35:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: He cried 360 days. You can afford to cry one. AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/23/2006 01:02:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Old Crow Medicine Show rocked the cradle AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/22/2006 11:57:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Welcome to The Coconut Wireless at mistersugar.com AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/22/2006 02:58:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: When blogging, face the conversation AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/22/2006 12:21:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Rain or no rain, I am going out now to get myself a hard copy of N&O!!!

    Congratulations – great article!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 10/22/2006 12:21:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Rationing my blogging tonight AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/19/2006 10:18:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Nothing like having an auditorium full of people questioning your 4 to 5 hours a night blogging habit to get you to give it a night’s rest, eh? :-)

    ...

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: fivecat@gmail.com URL: http://fivecats.livejournal.com DATE: 10/19/2006 10:18:34 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Nothing like having an auditorium full of people questioning your 4 to 5 hours a night blogging habit to get you to give it a night’s rest, eh? :-)

    ...

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: fivecat@gmail.com URL: http://fivecats.livejournal.com DATE: 10/19/2006 10:18:34 PM ----- COMMENT:

    (sorry—didn’t mean to post this twice)

    ...

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: fivecat@gmail.com URL: http://fivecats.livejournal.com DATE: 10/19/2006 10:18:34 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I thought it was rude for someone to suggest that there is smoothing wrong with you for blogging, Anton. I’m not objecting to their opinion…. BUT, publicly chastising you is going too far.

    Context: During the Blogging, Podcasting, & Wikis CTC session Anton spoke brilliantly at, a woman in the audience called into question Anton’s claim that he “read and blogged 4 to 5 hours a day”. So Anton had to stand up there and defend himself. He laughed it off with wonderful humility and charm.

    On another note: I think there is allot of time in our days to read and write on the web because we work in front of computers. If you multi-task it isn’t hard to find time to type out a comment, write a post, or read a few paragraphs.

    Blogging doesn’t have to take a bunch of time. Once you learn how to do it you can knock a post out quick. I think its a misconception to think it HAS TO BE time consuming. I CHOOSE to spend a bunch of time with it. I’m happy as a clam!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 10/19/2006 10:18:34 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Brian, that’s the point I wish I had made – that blogging doesn’t have to take a lot of time if you’re quick and smart about it. And thanks for you nice comments about my presentation.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 10/19/2006 10:18:34 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I forgot to mention that the woman who’d asked the question about blogging time commitments spoke with me afterward to apologize and explain she really wanted to argue that human interaction should be a higher priority than human-computer interaction. Which is just what I’ll argue in an essay in this Sunday’s N&O. Stay tuned.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 10/19/2006 10:18:34 PM ----- COMMENT:

    BrianR, it depends what kind of ‘blogging you do… For instance, I can easily spend 2-3 hours researching something before writing on it. Of course, this “overhead” is amortized across both my blog and my local activism (which is essentially why I ‘blog).

    Anton, did that 4-5 hours include reading other ‘blogs and commenting on those ‘blogs?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 10/19/2006 10:18:34 PM ----- COMMENT:

    WillR, I eventually clarified yesterday that my 4 hours nightly is not just blogging but other computer time, too, including Internet banking, news reading and more (all clean, tell you).

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 10/19/2006 10:18:34 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Earthquake in Hawaii AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/15/2006 08:34:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Hawaii CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    We are fine Anton. Thanks for both your concern and your best wishes. Hope to talk to you soon.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: saipanjbr@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 10/15/2006 08:34:44 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Another great ConvergeSouth AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/14/2006 11:09:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    As usual, thanks for coming. We couldn’t do it without the people that come because they think the conference we set up was worthwhile. Look forward to another year of classic CS lovin’. ;)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: firelace@gmail.com URL: http://life.firelace.com DATE: 10/14/2006 11:09:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Go, Richard AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/14/2006 11:20:53 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My calendar of events AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/13/2006 04:17:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Help others learn to read AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/12/2006 08:57:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hawaiian geese and the Keck Observatory AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/11/2006 09:36:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Hawaii CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sit down and share AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/09/2006 09:07:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    So, is Bora next?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 10/09/2006 09:07:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    WillR, I’ve encouraged Ryan to think of Bora for the next blogger chat. I hope it happens soon.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 10/09/2006 09:07:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I figured you put in a good word for Bora. I heard Elizabeth on NPR – very nice. Especially liked her recap of her and John hanging on for a full vote count. I thought John’s 2am election night speech was the high point of his run. Real class. Look forward to hearing her spiel next weekend.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 10/09/2006 09:07:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Neat. Your honesty post reminded me (in great contrast) of this article I read recently, Blogs – and God’s Youth. I feel bad even linking to it, but it’s posts like yours that have me shaking my head at folks who just don’t get blogs.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 10/09/2006 09:07:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Bora reports that he attended Edwards’s reading at Quail Ridge Books, and got a big hug from her! So all’s well.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 10/09/2006 09:07:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    So how can the Edwards help teach others to blog?

    By example is one way. A second way is by recommending people do it. Another is by conducting some Blogtogether teach-ins. By this I mean Mr. And Mrs. Edwards becoming blog teachers.

    It isn’t just about the neat blog software. Its about empowering individuals directly. Giving people the tools to express themselves is a great leadership quality. IMHO

    What do ya’ll think?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 10/09/2006 09:07:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Bora deserves that hug.

    He’s been a stalwart supporter and an eloquent advocate. And though he hasn’t admitted it, I think he’s trying to get me to swing towards the Edward’s camp.

    Edwards has potential but it is Feingold’s incredible perseverance in trying to protect our democracy’s bedrock that’s won my vote.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 10/09/2006 09:07:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Yes, Mrs. Edwards even came by to comment on Bora’s post.

    Slightly off-topic but answering your question, I had one of the most enjoyable five-minute conversations of my life the other day with Billy Bragg, another guy who has spent the last few decades fighting for the common man in his own way.

    http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig/2006/10/so_billy_bragg_just_rang.php

    If not for your example and the encouragement of Tom Linden, I would never have gotten going with this blog and then going off writing on non-science topics like meeting Stetson Kennedy. So, thanks!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig DATE: 10/09/2006 09:07:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Seeker AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/07/2006 11:39:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Appetite for blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2006 09:28:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Winw! Dont’ forget wine! Abel PharmBoy is a wine connoisseur and blogs about wine every Friday.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 10/06/2006 09:28:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Wine! Dont’ forget wine! Abel PharmBoy is a wine connoisseur and blogs about wine every Friday.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 10/06/2006 09:28:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Now this is a conference I could see coming to North Carolina for!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 10/06/2006 09:28:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: A view to the news AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2006 08:53:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What's keeping me up 'til late AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2006 01:25:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Barefoot in paradise AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/01/2006 03:17:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Wins my vote everytime AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/26/2006 10:14:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Dad CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I’m glad he ran and, obviously, so did more than a few folks.

    Even in a large field, just from seeing how he went about running, I bet he influenced the race.

    Now, the hard part. Does he stick with it and keep slugging it out? Two years can go by awfully quickly.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 09/26/2006 10:14:51 PM -----
-------- TITLE: More HIV stories AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/26/2006 09:33:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Hey, How can I get www.hivstories.org a link on that Narratives of HIV program?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: nathan@hivstories.org URL: http://www.hivstories.org DATE: 09/26/2006 09:33:56 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Good eats read AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/23/2006 11:59:53 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: "I told you my favorite was red" AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/22/2006 11:48:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Time to choose AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/22/2006 11:35:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Dad CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A BlogTogether Event AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/22/2006 06:56:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Reach out and touch someone AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/20/2006 11:01:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I have a good amount of bike commute time to wear earbuds connected to an ipod if I wanted too. But I figured I rather hear that car that’s about to side swipe me than hear the latest podcast. Plus I’ve begun to really appreciate my hearing. I’ve been to so MANY loud concerts I know its damaged my hearing. I remember that Metalica concert making my ears ring for three days stright!

    My appreciation for the details in the sounds I hear really happened when I started recording audio allot. Its the subilties, quite sounds, and blends of sound that are so worth paying attention too. I do love the deep bass booming outa’ car trunks tho’. Its your chest that feels that more than your ears. :)

    I have two friends who are audiologist. I’m convinced they are going to be very busy helping people in about 10 – 20 years.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 09/20/2006 11:01:35 PM -----
-------- TITLE: He's back AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/18/2006 11:03:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Reflections on a blue bench AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/17/2006 03:56:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Boom boom AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/15/2006 11:39:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Right moves AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/14/2006 08:37:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    You have every right to be pissed. I am, too.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 09/14/2006 08:37:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anton, I’m sure that it’s an oversight Anglico and the others will make sure Edwards won’t make again.

    Same for Bora, who’s taken his share of crud for being such a stalwart blogger on Edwards behalf.

    Please keep acting as the glue that keeps the local ‘blogging kite flying.

    I didn’t expect to be invited (too much a thorn in the local OC Dems side maybe ;-) ) but wouldn’t of made it otherwise as I had a last minute meeting with my neighbors to discuss our neighborhoods future. Not suffering torrents of burglaries – just the first gentle waves of hurricane Carolina North.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 09/14/2006 08:37:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    First, we love ya Anton! Your hard work is great for the people.

    Second, I was surprised not to see you there. I was shocked to be invited. Mainly because we met the Senator before PodcasterCon. I think I was invited this time because of a post I wrote called Mr. Edwards, help teach others to blog. I know you wrote about Winer’s email to Ryan Montoya too.

    Rest assured I did my best to let Sen. Edwards know that working on the ground with all bloggers and people is a good way to go. (I phrased it as a micro/macro transition. To think about all the individuals and the world simultaneously.) They know what we are up to and are reading our blogs. That is due in no small part to your hard work here in the Triangle. Keep doing what your doing and it’ll make a real difference.

    All that said I think your work is A LOT more important than helping someone win elections. Empowering individuals to communicate with the world effectively is VERY important. I have so much respect for you and will help you with this mission all I can.

    Also blog about how ever you feel. Don’t censor yourself. If you are upset, tell us. If you are happy tell us. If you are sad we want to know. I don’t think you’ve been harsh at all. Let your passion drive your writing once in awhile.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 09/14/2006 08:37:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Bora, Will and Brian, thank you for your kind words. You guys know my passion—encouraging people to express themselves and empowering them to share their knowledge. I’m continuously amazed by the people here in NC. Man, just the collection of brains and personalities in the room yesterday at Boyd’s talk was impressive. And that’s what I’ve been trying to celebrate through BlogTogether and other efforts, many of which piggyback on your own passions and initiatives. Thanks for being my friends.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 09/14/2006 08:37:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    It’s good to know that there’s even a blogger community here. Your commitment is evident to a newbie like me. Just keep on doing it.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cgould@kensingtonvacations.com URL: http://www.travel-lifestyle.blogspot.com/ DATE: 09/14/2006 08:37:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Broken car windows theory AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/13/2006 10:16:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton, I know it’ll be a hassle but get a cheap a** digital camera to keep in the car and next time you see the seven stages of car grief – document them…

    A small photo blog of a rapidly decomposing Jetta on the side of I-40 might do wonders…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://citizenwill.org DATE: 09/13/2006 10:16:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Great idea. I’ve thought about getting pictures. Only concern is I usually have kids in the car, and I’m hesitant to pull over to the side of the highway.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 09/13/2006 10:16:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: On the blocks AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/12/2006 08:13:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I would be interested in their response, Anton. Great job on being aware of hazards in your community. It is always better to be proactive.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: matt@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/12/2006 08:13:19 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I saw that ford bronco on sunday. I wonder how you get a truck without wheels onto a flatbed tow truck?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 09/12/2006 08:13:19 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Wake up AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/09/2006 11:09:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    cuddling with malia in the early dawn as she waits for the sun to come up is one of the best parts of my day.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/09/2006 11:09:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I ditto your feelings having had the experience of sharing the early morning hours with Malia. Such precious moments. A grandmother’s delight!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/09/2006 11:09:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Self service bookmarks AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/09/2006 07:54:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Lionizing Brian AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/04/2006 10:31:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Stories of Vanuatu AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/04/2006 12:35:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Heroes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/02/2006 11:17:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Film CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Chai tasting at 3CUPS AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/31/2006 01:09:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    britta and i love 3 Cups. i’ve become such a coffee snob since they opened that i almost won’t drink coffee from any other place.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: shadle@email.unc.edu URL: http://rhymeswithdreidel.com/blog DATE: 08/31/2006 01:09:28 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Thanks for the tip. I’ll have to check out their chai when I’m in Chapel Hill. It’s hard to capture some of the flavors of India here in the US.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cgould@kensingtonvacations.com URL: http://www.travel-lifestyle.blogspot.com/ DATE: 08/31/2006 01:09:28 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Mom first AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/29/2006 10:36:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Travel blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/28/2006 08:53:16 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In the summer air AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/27/2006 12:31:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Proximity AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/23/2006 11:10:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Yo! Cool stuff! http://rik.tag-host.com/18032940/ http://www.irankorea.com/stephen12/ levitra

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: aidenyzz@gmail.com URL: http://www.irankorea.com/stephen12/ DATE: 08/23/2006 11:10:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: The week's buzz AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/22/2006 10:23:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: Storyblogging ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A Closer Walk on PBS AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/21/2006 10:10:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Film CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Triangle Bloggers Barbecue AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/21/2006 09:57:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Listen up AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/19/2006 11:02:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Looking for adventure AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/16/2006 09:59:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: More on corn AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/16/2006 09:20:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: DeKalb-Illinois ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    testing the comments

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 08/16/2006 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    As you know, I have read the book and still have to write my own review on it. Is the reading club open for outsiders?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 08/16/2006 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Hi Everyone:

    If interested Organically Speaking a Seattle base website has released a conversation with Michael Pollan podcast (audio conversation). Interesting tidbits on farmers markets, CSAs, and more!

    Some Podcast Show Note Questions:

    Q) Why the price difference between conventional food and organic and how do we go about bringing down organic food prices?

    Q) How can small local organic farmers remain local in a capitalistic system?

    Q) What is the “Food Web” you briefly touch on in your book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals.

    http://OrganicallySpeaking.org

    All the best,
    -Ricardo

    Holistic Conversations for a Sustainable World

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: info@OrganicallySpeaking.org URL: http://OrganicallySpeaking.org DATE: 08/16/2006 09:20:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Southern girl AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/13/2006 06:11:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 10 on the 10th AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/10/2006 03:17:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Yes, indeed, sir, you are a truly blessed man. What a lovely tribute to your beautiful and talented life partner. We look forward to meeting her this coming Friday night! Congratulations.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/terrasig DATE: 08/10/2006 03:17:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Congrats, new dad AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/06/2006 09:51:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Penpals CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Learning about diabetes and geographic tongue AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/01/2006 10:38:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Help Joe run to Congress AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/01/2006 10:18:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Dad CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What a week AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/30/2006 09:35:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Off to Oglebay AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/22/2006 10:59:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My new podcast AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/21/2006 09:12:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Book publishing made easy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/20/2006 02:40:32 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Back Forty AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/19/2006 10:33:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Fall activities AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/19/2006 02:40:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Should have known better AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/19/2006 02:31:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Not just in India – the word “chai” mean tea in a number of languages, including Serbian. Saying ‘chai tea’ is like saying ‘tea tea’....

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 07/19/2006 02:31:45 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Chai high AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/17/2006 12:32:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Find wifi hotspots in Durham AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/11/2006 09:54:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Teach North Carolinians to blog AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/11/2006 09:32:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Isn’t it nice of Dave to grace us all with his advice in spite of the fact that he has no idea what’s actually going on here. What would we do without him to tell us to do what we are already doing?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: ruby@lotusmedia.org URL: http://lotusmedia.org DATE: 07/11/2006 09:32:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Golden trophy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/09/2006 09:55:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On the radio AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/06/2006 03:06:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hear me on the radio AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/05/2006 09:36:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: Storyblogging ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Go Anton! Go Anton! :)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.yesh.com/blog DATE: 07/05/2006 09:36:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Outstanding. I’ll be listening in tonight.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 07/05/2006 09:36:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Dad campaigning on Kauai AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/04/2006 10:50:23 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Dad CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Finding wifi in the Triangle AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/03/2006 02:52:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Agribusiness's Lab Rats AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/03/2006 09:05:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Many voices AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/02/2006 03:06:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Music ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I’ve seen a lot of people doing some roadside berry picking! I know a few spots, but also found this website with a big list of pick your own farms! http://www.pickyourown.org/NC.htm

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: webb@unc.edu URL: DATE: 07/02/2006 03:06:16 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Thanks, Webb. That’s a good resource. I’ll bring you a jar of blackberry jam later this month.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 07/02/2006 03:06:16 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Goal Aikat, assist Zuiker AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/26/2006 01:33:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Parents AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/25/2006 12:35:04 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: Dad ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: More new bloggers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/21/2006 11:28:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Since you missed the Meetup, I wrote a brief summary.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://scienceblogs.com/clock/ DATE: 06/21/2006 11:28:36 PM -----
-------- TITLE: World Cup viewings AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/12/2006 10:40:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Did the Americans just not try or where they outplayed?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: dsprl2000@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 06/12/2006 10:40:50 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Coming to the BlogAsheville Extravablogiversapaloozathon?

    You’d mentioned bringing a busload…?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: scrutinyhooligans@yahoo.com URL: http://www.scrutinyhoooligans.blogspot.com DATE: 06/12/2006 10:40:50 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Meow AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/09/2006 10:46:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Ok, cute!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 06/09/2006 10:46:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: I'm on the ball AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/09/2006 11:08:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Enjoy. (I’m visiting one of the few Brits in Rural West Texas to watch the England match early tomorrow. He’s altered his work schedule to see all the games.)

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 06/09/2006 11:08:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Home again home AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/03/2006 05:24:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: Tastings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    You and me Anton. I’m trying to increase my activity level but I never lost the 15-20 lbs of sympathy weight I gained when my wife was pregnant. She, however, looks fabulous.

    Sorry to be tied up with other things the last few Thurs meet-ups. Hope to make the next one.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: bullcitybooster@gmail.com URL: http://bullcitybooster.blogspot.com DATE: 06/03/2006 05:24:51 PM ----- COMMENT:

    What’s your fav fountain pen? I mean if you had all the money you needed to get one…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.chapelhillwireless.org DATE: 06/03/2006 05:24:51 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Brian, one of my colleagues has this retractable fountain pen that looks so cool. It’s listed here.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 06/03/2006 05:24:51 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Batteries: recharged AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/29/2006 08:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Congratulations to Miss Cheryl on having her talents recognized! Glad to hear you had a good weekend – we’ve all been sick with some respiratory thing but at least made it to Duke Gardens today. Grant deadlines kept it from being a true holiday, though.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: bullcitybooster@gmail.com URL: http://bullcitybooster.blogspot.com DATE: 05/29/2006 08:05:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Outstanding news. Please give her my best.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 05/29/2006 08:05:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Our town AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/28/2006 02:30:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Joe & Nora in pics AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/21/2006 11:28:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Best man AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/20/2006 11:42:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Anton, what a very eloquent post. Personally, I’ve always known you to be a great orator.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jimparker@attentiongrab.com URL: http://www.attentiongrab.com DATE: 05/20/2006 11:42:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: On to Cleveland AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/18/2006 10:20:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Making footprints AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/07/2006 10:50:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Wow, Anton, what a beautiful family – you are truly blessed. The front picture of Malia reminds me of how much the beach seems created for our little people. My fondest childhood memories are with my family on the Jersey shore. We got married on the OBX and it’s wonderful to create new memories with our own daughter here. Say hi to Mom for me.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: bullcitybooster@gmail.com URL: http://bullcitybooster.blogspot.com DATE: 05/07/2006 10:50:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    You’re right about that – beaches are meant for kids, which is why I always enjoy myself when I’m barefoot in the sand.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 05/07/2006 10:50:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Beautiful photo, Anton! Such happy family pix, too. Thanks for sharing them.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com/ DATE: 05/07/2006 10:50:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Beautiful photo, Anton! Such happy family pix, too. Thanks for sharing them.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com/ DATE: 05/07/2006 10:50:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    That is one beautiful child Anton! Such an awesome photo too.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.audioactivism.org DATE: 05/07/2006 10:50:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: HIV storytelling AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/05/2006 11:48:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Hi, Anton. Google let me know you had mentioned me on your blog. I am sorry nobody told me about your project. Or maybe they did and it’s buried on a tiny slip of paper underneath my bed. I would love to be a part of narratives of hiv if they ever gets going. just let me know.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: nathan@hivstories.org URL: http://hivstories.org DATE: 05/05/2006 11:48:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Anton,

    You won’t believe this but I am finally starting my first blog. I’ll have it up soon. I am using it to support the film, Act of Daring, which as you know deals with longevity and illness in particular with HIV/AIDS. There is a link to the trailer, which is currently in progress. www.tenthmusefilms.org/newedit.html

    Would also love to be a part of a HIV narratives initiative.

    I’ll get you the blog URL once I get things rolling.

    Saludos desde SF,

    Guy

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: guy@tenthmusefilms.org URL: http://www.tenthmusefilms.org DATE: 05/05/2006 11:48:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: da Vinci code AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/05/2006 11:20:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spring renewal AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/05/2006 10:29:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Redesign month at mistersugar AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/01/2006 01:21:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The candidate speaks AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/30/2006 09:40:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Dad CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Looking forward to 2008 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/28/2006 11:00:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- EXCERPT: ----- -------- TITLE: Good reading AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/26/2006 09:20:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The case for profiling AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/23/2006 10:59:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Into the countryside AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/23/2006 10:41:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Catching up and checking in AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/20/2006 09:31:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    One word. Busy! Sounds like fun.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 04/20/2006 09:31:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Sounds like happy busy, though, Anton – Happy Belated Birthday, too. I’ve actually wanted to apply to the Triangle Leadership fellows program and may do so next year. BTW, I read in the Indy that the StoryCorps slots were gone 90 minutes after registration opened.

    Wanted to let you know that I started a local-focus blog, Bull City Bully Pulpit, to simply focus on all the good things about living here as you have detailed in this post. The advantage of this site is that no one will mistake me for spam!

    I’ll also be hosting Tar Heel Tavern this coming week and want to focus on the positive things about living in the Triangle. Your post is a great model and I’d love to include it to promote your StoryBlogging project. Hope to see you Thurs night.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: bullcitybooster@gmail.com URL: http://bullcitybooster.blogspot.com DATE: 04/20/2006 09:31:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Running to Congress AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/20/2006 01:02:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    The site looks great! Lots of good info. I would recommend that your dad blog daily a paragraph or so. That way people can quickly keep up with him. Maybe its a separate feed from all the other info.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.audioactivism.org DATE: 04/20/2006 01:02:52 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Splitting hairs AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/15/2006 11:03:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Here's the plan AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/15/2006 10:36:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Conference notes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/08/2006 02:27:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Excellent presentation Anton!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 04/08/2006 02:27:00 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Wish I was there, Anton. As you may know, I am an advocate of the integrative medicine phenomenon, especially when conducted under the auspices of an academic medical center.

    However, I worry that int med is becoming boutique medicine or spa medicine. This is due in part to the fact that most services must be paid out-of-pocket. Moreover, the demographic most commonly seeking integrative medicine is at the upper end of the socioeconomic scale.

    Weil’s protege, Tracy Gaudet, leads Duke’s fledgling integrative medicine program but I think that UNC’s lower profile program actually offers far more services.

    Did Weil have any comment on the initial cost barrier to seeking int med services and how this must be resolved before seeing “lower costs of health care?”

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://terrasig.blogspot.com DATE: 04/08/2006 02:27:00 AM ----- COMMENT:

    The quality of the minds in the audience was matched perhaps only by the quality of the mind of the presenter. What a wonderful opportunity to be learning while teaching, which is what it’s all about.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 04/08/2006 02:27:00 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Thank you for the very kind words Anton, but I really wanted to congratulate you on an incredible blogging session.
    You have a wonderful touch as a presenter and created such a relaxing setting that it was truly a pleasure to soak in all that you had to offer. I’ve been hoping that you would have a photo of the stunning lei that your father presented to you that afternoon along with an explanation of the tradition as I found it to be very touching and haven’t stopped sharing the story myself. Warm congrats once again.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mary.moslander@livehealthier.com URL: DATE: 04/08/2006 02:27:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: AZ in AZ AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/06/2006 03:18:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Kicking in Cleveland AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/04/2006 11:04:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I heard them when AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/04/2006 10:53:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 36 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/01/2006 09:43:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANTON! May you have many many more happy days. :D

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.audioactivism.org DATE: 04/01/2006 09:43:04 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Hi Anton, we’ve never met but i am your neighbor over the hill (with ae). Im hoping to come to the next blog meetup at 3 cups. I just asked ae that if we were rich, would she rather go to Magnolia Grill or Nana’s for dinner. She chose Nana’s, but I would definitely choose Magnolia Grill. For the dessert, if nothing else.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: smallsafterall@gmail.com URL: http://smallsafterall.blogspot.com DATE: 04/01/2006 09:43:04 PM ----- COMMENT:

    db, Erin and I went to Nana’s last August for our anniversary. That was one fine (and expensive) meal, too!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 04/01/2006 09:43:04 PM ----- COMMENT:

    happy belated, anton!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: roy@neopages.com URL: DATE: 04/01/2006 09:43:04 PM -----
-------- TITLE: What's on the calendar AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/28/2006 10:33:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Great news on the Dick Gordon front – we’ll be listening on Thurs.

    And hey, what time is your blogging 101 lecture – will be in CH in the afternoon and would love to get some proper instruction from a pro.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://terrasig.blogspot.com DATE: 03/28/2006 10:33:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Abel Pharmboy, I speak at 11 today.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 03/28/2006 10:33:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Sweet 60 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/26/2006 10:01:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Happy Birthday Mom,

    We love you

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: nick@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/26/2006 10:01:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Buttons AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/26/2006 09:04:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Where is your dad running and for what office? Can i vote?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: dks_bmcg@juno.com URL: DATE: 03/26/2006 09:04:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Networking for my mother AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/19/2006 10:09:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A family orientation AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/18/2006 02:49:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Beautiful story, Anton. I felt the same way, going to church in a faith where priests were allowed to be married and have families. I’m still learning how to write and be a good father, but the ability to tell a good story is something I aspire to.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: abelpharmboy@gmail.com URL: http://terrasig.blogspot.com DATE: 03/18/2006 02:49:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I also remember a day in which I took a very apprehensive young daughter for her orientation…through a series of missteps we found ourselves facing the JCU Quad wondering what was ahead and why were we there. Not long after that summer morn it became all too obvious and our family was happy to embrace a new member.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: seansc@adelphia.net URL: DATE: 03/18/2006 02:49:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Thank you, Joanne. Those first months of dating Erin, and meeting her family and sharing dinners at your table, were all wonderful signposts to the support you’d give us in our relationship, travels, projects and family.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 03/18/2006 02:49:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Oral history AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/16/2006 11:44:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Another personal connection: your friend Rebecca Delafield’s family is from Tinian, the island from which the Enola Gay departed for her fateful journey.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: saipanjbr@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 03/16/2006 11:44:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Blaine, I’d forgotten that. Thanks for reminding me. You’ve been to Tinian, right? Is there a museum or historical marker about the Enola Gay?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 03/16/2006 11:44:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    The old runway is still there but I am not sure if there is an historical marker. No museum. There is a large American memorial on Saipan, as well as a few different Japanese and Korean monuments.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: saipanjbr@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 03/16/2006 11:44:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: New look for BlogTogether AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/11/2006 10:18:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Head east, mom AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/10/2006 11:32:59 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Good Luck Mom!

    We love you

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: nick@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/10/2006 11:32:59 AM -----
-------- TITLE: New logo for StoryBlogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/09/2006 11:35:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Housebound AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/06/2006 08:47:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Good luck Anton !
    But do you think you can avoid the flu with 3 ill girls in the house?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@quicknet.nl URL: DATE: 03/06/2006 08:47:46 PM ----- COMMENT:

    John, I’ve got a scratchy throat today, but I think I’ll be able to escape anything serious. Thanks for your best wishes.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 03/06/2006 08:47:46 PM -----
-------- TITLE: JOMC getting blogs AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/03/2006 11:24:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Little Malia likes the big drums AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/03/2006 10:15:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blogging 101 at UNC-CH AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/28/2006 10:46:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: Family ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I look forward to hearing about your presentation and the response at the meeting in Phoenix.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: marcusnewberry@charter.net URL: http://fixinghealth.blogspot.com DATE: 02/28/2006 10:46:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    thank you for putting these on. you guys did an excellent job of fitting a lot in a small time slot. btw, comments are broken on blogtogether.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: corey.reece@gmail.com URL: http://corey.cc511.info/ DATE: 02/28/2006 10:46:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Oh how I wish I could have been there for this! If you run another one of these Blogger 101 sessions in the evening some time, I plan to attend with a pile o’ friends.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: talespinner@pobox.com URL: DATE: 02/28/2006 10:46:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Nice to know I was of help. Let me know how the Phoenix thing goes.

    Also, next time you organize a teach-in, let me know – you never know when I can surprise you and show up to help! I almost did this time.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 02/28/2006 10:46:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Let me check my calendar AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/27/2006 02:41:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    great story. great tribute to a wonderful man. grandpa, at 93, has never missed a birthday or anniversary of his children and their spouses, of his many grandchildren and their spouses and great grandchildren. and in the card is always a little something. he is a dear man with a penchant for calendars that has served him well.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/27/2006 02:41:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Grandpa Sisco taught me many things growing up. When I asked what his secret is for being such an energetic, wonderful person he told me 3 things: Exercise, a sense of humor, and a positive attitude. I try to live in his example. Love you grandpa.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 02/27/2006 02:41:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: 1001 Stories AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/25/2006 10:53:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: North-Carolina ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I see you cleaned up your language a bit. Till then, I’m not sure I’d ever witnessed you using foul language. A first time for everything….

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 02/25/2006 10:53:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    A few people caught that my first post used the f-word in its full spelling – I’d put up a quick sentence to say the event was amazing, but didn’t take the time to explain the reference or why I felt I could/should use the word as it is correctly spelled. But, wiser voices prevailed, and I followed Ira Glass’s advice that the best way to fight indecency is with decency.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/25/2006 10:53:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Wow, that’s well said. But to clarify my earlier comment: I was merely teasing you, Anton, certainly not complaining about your initial use of the word. It just seemed out of character for someone as Zen-like in their calmness as you. But then, reading and writing should always be full of surprises, no?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 02/25/2006 10:53:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Listen to HIV AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/23/2006 11:01:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Listening in the car AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/20/2006 12:05:14 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Reading about disasters AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/18/2006 10:46:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Where are you now? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/18/2006 07:36:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Hey Anton!
    Hope you are well, I can’t believe I stumbled on this from a student of mine who asked if I was the same person referred to above (I’m not sure why she was looking up my name) but she just sent me the link. I didn’t know Liz was in Hawaii?! My parents are still in Kailua but I’m living in Singapore now, married, and teaching Southeast Asian History at the National University of Singapore. I’m still playing soccer and have been out here for about 5 years since finishing up grad school at Michigan. Hope things are well with you and maybe we can catch up when we return to Hawaii for a visit. All the best.
    Maitrii

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: argotree@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 02/18/2006 07:36:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Ordering tea AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/18/2006 03:57:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A bit about wikis AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/14/2006 09:30:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Into thin air AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/12/2006 01:02:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Couch is all yours AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/07/2006 09:51:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On friendships near and dear, near and far AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/05/2006 01:04:23 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I keep up with one old friend mostly through his blog, come to think of it.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 02/05/2006 01:04:23 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Face to face AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/31/2006 11:33:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Saving old family letters AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/29/2006 09:32:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tea at 3CUPS AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/29/2006 09:10:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Summer reading at UNC AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/29/2006 02:22:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: More Narratives of HIV in 2006 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/26/2006 10:25:24 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Measuring my work AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/25/2006 09:00:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Storyblogging gets a wiki AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/24/2006 10:41:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    It appears the site is down? Or perhaps I’m just too eager…

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: kelly-at-kellyink.com URL: DATE: 01/24/2006 10:41:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Fixed the site. Thanks for the note, Kelly. I’m sending you a separate message about a related issue.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 01/24/2006 10:41:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Changes to my sites AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/22/2006 10:01:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: MemoryWiki AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/19/2006 02:20:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: An early posting AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/17/2006 09:11:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Good Lord, Anton. The Lord does indeed work in mysterious ways. This was the ultimate reason for this exercise, I suppose, coming across this great little parable which I’ve seen elsewhere but didn’t even realize had appeared on your blog. It will serve as a fitting prelude to some spiritual reading I’ve been putting aside to send you.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 01/17/2006 09:11:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Finally, Hapa in NC AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/14/2006 07:45:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Serious about storytelling AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/12/2006 10:56:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    seriously!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: comments@cc511.info URL: http://corey.cc511.info/ DATE: 01/12/2006 10:56:34 AM -----
-------- TITLE: What time is it? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/10/2006 07:10:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Ira Glass, host of This American Life, is coming to Chapel Hill for a one-man show, Radio Stories and Other Stories, February 25 at 7:00 p.m.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 01/10/2006 07:10:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Turning 2 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/05/2006 09:46:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    Happy Second Birthday, Malia! You are too adorable!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: dave@matusiak.org URL: http://dave.matusiak.org/weblog/ DATE: 01/05/2006 09:46:00 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy Birthday, Malia!
    You are such a little sweet heart. Have a happy, happy day today.
    Love, Grandma Cheryl

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 01/05/2006 09:46:00 AM ----- COMMENT:

    Happy birthday to Malia, a little lump of Zuiker sweetness.
    -Uncle Tom

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 01/05/2006 09:46:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Home improvement AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/04/2006 10:27:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Zuiker five, redux AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/02/2006 10:32:52 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Crime stopping presses AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/30/2005 04:34:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I was working for Rite Aid Pharmacy when the Charleston Town Center opened. We also had a store called Heaven in the mall as well. It was designed to compete with Spencer’s but it was such a bright white I think it hurt one’s eyes to shop there.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: dsprl2000@yahoo.com URL: http://www.daleesperling.com DATE: 12/30/2005 04:34:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I am glad to hear that someone has been caught with the goods. Hopefully, you will be one of the lucky ones to regain your possessions. Keep us posted.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 12/30/2005 04:34:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Whether the weather is the deciding factor AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/25/2005 05:33:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    hi anton,

    just checking

    joanne

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: seansc@msn.com URL: DATE: 12/25/2005 05:33:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Hey Anton,

    I don’t know how, but my mom found your blog. The last email address I have for you is no longer working. : (

    I remember you talking about those heated floors back in the day. I trust you, Erin and the Brood are doing well.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: kevinjbiacsi@aol.com URL: DATE: 12/25/2005 05:33:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Back when - family stories AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/22/2005 02:40:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: If you build it ... AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/19/2005 09:44:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: You're not welcome AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/15/2005 11:07:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    more data for the map?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: corey.reece@gmail.com URL: http://corey.cc511.info/ DATE: 12/15/2005 11:07:26 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Are they still adding insult to injury in the way you described to me?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: pmlance@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.aging-disgracefully.com/blog DATE: 12/15/2005 11:07:26 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Yikes, Anton! What’s going on here? Any advice to give to make our beasts look and act more, well, beastly? In current attitude, they’re hardly a deterrent. =) (Let’s hope the burglars don’t read your blog!)

    Happy holidays to you and yours.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com DATE: 12/15/2005 11:07:26 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Overseas attention AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/15/2005 11:01:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 15 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/10/2005 10:27:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: Hawaii ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    That piece about your father may well be the best thing you’ve ever written, AZ. If I read it a thousand times, it’ll still make me cry on the thousanth reading. What more could there be to say about fathers and sons than this?

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 12/10/2005 10:27:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Halo?!

    Olsem wanem? Jas wan mesij i kam long olfala metalo we i bin stap long Paama aelan.

    Cheers and hugs to your wife and your beautiful girls!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: tom@tangointernational.com URL: DATE: 12/10/2005 10:27:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: About mistersugar AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/09/2005 02:21:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: Blogging ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: As the pig grows, a new site design AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/06/2005 10:53:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I like the big white background. It helps immensely with text readability. Also focuses your attention to the content. The green text – “Anton Zuiker’s personal website and home of the Coconut Wireless weblog” – isn’t very readable on top of the light grey. Just find a lighter color than the grey. Fight the urge to add more. Less is better. Wish I could take that advice on AA.org. :-) The bigger logo on the white background is GREAT!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anonbob@gmail.com URL: http://www.audioactivism.org DATE: 12/06/2005 10:53:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Thanks, Brian. The green has always vexed me – it looks great in the mistersugar logo, but isn’t the most readable color throughout my site. Purple looks good, but green not so. Guess I have to find another color that’s compatible with the logo colors.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 12/06/2005 10:53:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I think that particular color of green has a “crital mass” to be readable. Meaning a lot of it must be in one place to be noticed among other light colors.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: anonbob@gmail.com URL: http://www.audioactivism.org DATE: 12/06/2005 10:53:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I love the design. Looks great.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: comments@cc511.info URL: http://corey.cc511.info/ DATE: 12/06/2005 10:53:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: JCU92 meetup 12/20/2005 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/03/2005 09:25:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Midst more fires AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/02/2005 09:31:51 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My dear Mr. Holmes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/01/2005 11:04:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT:

    I have seen the new two-volume ANNOTATED Holmes. I soooooo want this! It’s just so darned expensive!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 12/01/2005 11:04:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I’ve had friends who visited and lived in St. Thomas but we’ve never made it there. I do have some beautiful coral and shells from there that I treasure.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: lponeill@att.net URL: http://slowlysheturned.blogspot.com DATE: 12/01/2005 11:04:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Become an interviewer AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/01/2005 10:59:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Memory books AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/01/2005 12:34:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Getting grandma to talk AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/30/2005 09:52:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Peace Corps Social AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/28/2005 09:31:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ryan gets it AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/26/2005 10:40:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Older, and ready to blog it AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/25/2005 11:26:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My next project: NC storyblogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/25/2005 10:02:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Storyblogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hi Anton,

    I stumbled across this entry. We met briefly at Converge South in Greensboro, I believe. I’m a UNC J-School grad from the ‘70s, just moved to Apex from DC area. I think your idea is fantastic, and would love to help. Over the past year, I’ve been putting extracts from the journals and letters of my 85-year-old mother online in blog format, and expect to soon publish it as a Lulu book-on-demand for extended family members and former students. She’s a retired high school English teacher.

    http://www.lillianbuie.com

    I also helped my uncle put together a web site, blog, for his self-published autobiography:

    http://www.amsecrest.com

    He’s a retired journalism professor at UNC, and lives in Chapel Hill.

    I’ve helped an 82-year-old former colleague set up a blog, with video clips:
    http://jimbuie.blogs.com/john_huth/

    I reported for The Washington Post on a program at a nursing home in Rockville where high school kids teach residents how to use computers:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A35598-2004Aug2.html

    I later did some volunteer work, seeking to get the residents interested in blogging:

    http://jimbuie.blogs.com/hebrewhome/

    I’ve been blogging about a year and a half at
    http://jimbuie.blogs.com

    My older son blogs from the cruise ship he works on:

    http://jimbuie.blogs.com/traveling_matthew

    I also have a blog about the phenomenon of “virtual families” and would love to quote from and link to your blog and your project idea.

    http://www.virtualfamiliesandfriends.com

    Regards,

    Jim Buie AUTHOR: EMAIL: jim@buie.com URL: http://www.jimbuie.net DATE: 11/25/2005 10:02:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Wow. You are duly signed up to the project, Jim. Can’t wait to talk with you more about this. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 11/25/2005 10:02:00 PM ----- COMMENT: This is a phenomenal idea. I’ll check back to see how it’s progressing. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zhak@earthlink.net URL: http://afinedish.blogspot.com/ DATE: 11/25/2005 10:02:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    I would love to find out more about this project. I’m going to sign up for the Podcastercon right now so hopefully I’ll meet you then if not before :) Do you have any kind of announcement list for this thing? :)

    Lisa B.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: lisab@lisaboyd.com URL: http://lisaboyd.com DATE: 11/25/2005 10:02:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Hi all,

    The Indy has a story about oral histories you might want to read.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: comments@cc511.info URL: http://corey.cc511.info/ DATE: 11/25/2005 10:02:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Hi Anton,

    This idea overlaps with many of my interests, and I’d be very interested in helping and/or learning more about this event.

    I’ve done some work with the Center for Digital Storytelling in Berkeley, CA, which helps people use video and photo tools to tell personal and family stories. (See some examples at http://storycenter.org/movies). I’ll be teaching a workshop for them at the Durham Arts Council this month, Jan. 19-21.

    I also noticed that the StoryCorps mobile unit (http://storycorps.net) is scheduled to be in Raleigh/Durham on April 6 – 30. Not sure, but could either of these tie into your plans?

    I’d definitely attend something like this. I’ll check back for updates.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: kelly-at-kellyink.com URL: http://kellyink.com DATE: 11/25/2005 10:02:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    One last thing… You might want to see if the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke might be interested as well. I’ve taken a few of their continuing education classes that dealt with documenting family narratives and preserving memories.

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: kelly-at-kellyink.com URL: http://kellyink.com DATE: 11/25/2005 10:02:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Fly over to Zuiker Chronicles AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/22/2005 12:27:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Links CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: More notes on Triangle Bloggers Bash AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/22/2005 12:09:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Recharging mental batteries for the next challenge AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/18/2005 03:58:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: JCU92 back on the net AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/17/2005 11:06:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bash photos at Flickr AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/16/2005 12:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Triangle Bloggers Bash recap AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Thank you Anton for a great time. Good talk, drink and a heck of a balmy evening – could not have been better… AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://willraymond.org DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Yes, thanks to you, WUNC and lulu.com for putting this together. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mannsworld@nc.rr.com URL: http://mannsworld.blogspot.com DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Great social and many interesting people, it’d be great to do this once a quarter or bi-annually or so. AUTHOR: EMAIL: venturecrew212@yahoo.com URL: http://www.blogomonster.com/johnb DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Well done, mate, but sorry as heck about your place! AUTHOR: EMAIL: half-lifeblog@earthlink.net URL: http://half-lifeandtimes.blogspot.com DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Yikes! The whole time I was there I didn’t realizr that your house had been burgalized! That’s terrible. Let me know if I can help out some how.

    The Bash was a Blast.
    Thanks for putting it on. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jones@unc.edu URL: http://ibiblio.org/pjones/blog DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Really hated to miss it, but some far-away friends were in town last night & I really wanted to spend time w/ them. Maybe next time. Glad it was a success! AUTHOR: EMAIL: lalitree@lalitree.com URL: http://lalitree.com DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: really sorry about the burglary. let us know how we can help. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: really sorry about the burglary. let us know how we can help. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: YES! I had a blast. You are a hero for putting this event on so fast under such pressure. [i’m starting do understand this type of pressure] Sorry about the break-in. Let us all know how we can help. Don’t be shy. Tell us – what can we do? :) AUTHOR: EMAIL: anonbob@gmail.com URL: http://www.audioactivism.org DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Thanks again for putting the event together, Anton. It was exciting to see so many local businesses come together and sponsor a great even like this.

    Thanks again! AUTHOR: EMAIL: ryanirelan@gmail.com URL: http://www.podcastfreeamerica.com DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: It was a great party, Anton. Thank you so much for all your work. AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Your kudos are welcome – it was a pleasure to organize a party for such a great group of people. Glad you all enjoyed the event. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton,

    It was a great event ! Sorry to hear about the burglary. AUTHOR: EMAIL: c.sayan@gmail.com URL: http://www.sayanc.net DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Hey, sorry I couldn’t stay, looking forward to meeting and networking with more local bloggers. much success. Wayne AUTHOR: EMAIL: waynesutton@gmail.com URL: http://www.wayne-sutton.com/blog DATE: 11/15/2005 11:01:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Triangle Bloggers Bash tonight AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/15/2005 10:48:21 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What law school will do to you AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/12/2005 10:08:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: He's my cousin AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/10/2005 11:47:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On the court AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/08/2005 08:01:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Eyes on Norway AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/08/2005 03:16:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New in the chronicles AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/06/2005 01:31:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Is Sabrina going to start a blog? I am so sorry we did not get to hire her at State…. AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 11/06/2005 01:31:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Small world (or maybe just small town): her office is right across the hall from my lab. AUTHOR: EMAIL: lalitree@lalitree.com URL: http://lalitree.com DATE: 11/06/2005 01:31:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Get an idea, roll with it AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/03/2005 08:54:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: wish I could be there! AUTHOR: EMAIL: emonahan@carolina.rr.com URL: http://poetic-acceptance.blogspot.com DATE: 11/03/2005 08:54:00 PM ----- COMMENT: yeah, totally, have fun. AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 11/03/2005 08:54:00 PM ----- COMMENT: sounds good—trying to get there. AUTHOR: EMAIL: alvin@alvinphillips.com URL: http://alvinphillips.com DATE: 11/03/2005 08:54:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I hope to join you. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mysteryheel@mac.com URL: http://mysteryheel.blogspot.com/ DATE: 11/03/2005 08:54:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I need a ride from Chapel Hill/Carrboro. E-mail me if you can help. AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 11/03/2005 08:54:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Look outward for hope AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/02/2005 09:11:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Groovin with Youssou AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/01/2005 11:28:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: Blogging ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I’m ready! AUTHOR: EMAIL: campaign@willraymond.org URL: http://willraymond.org DATE: 11/01/2005 11:28:03 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Five year plans AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/29/2005 08:40:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: How journalists should blog AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/27/2005 03:33:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: White Sox win! AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/27/2005 12:05:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Was it Dengue? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/25/2005 09:54:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Will fill in blanks ... AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/22/2005 12:38:58 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: just finished in cold blood, looking forward to capote. AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 10/22/2005 12:38:58 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Let's party, bloggers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/20/2005 10:26:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I’m all about some blogger gatherings. I’m not triangular, but I like a good isosceles.

    BlogAsheville’s monthly soiree is tomorrow. Coming? AUTHOR: EMAIL: scrutinyhooligans@yahoo.com URL: http://scrutinyhooligans.blogspot.com DATE: 10/20/2005 10:26:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: What was that? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/20/2005 11:19:16 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: They flew over my building on campus three times. The first time I saw them—three fighter jets in formation, quite low. The second time I didn’t see them, the third time I thought I saw four. Word is that they’re practicing for a Keenan flyover for Saturday’s football game. AUTHOR: EMAIL: lalitree@lalitree.com URL: http://lalitree.com DATE: 10/20/2005 11:19:16 AM ----- COMMENT: Oh, and for the curious, they were reportedly F-15C Eagle jets. AUTHOR: EMAIL: lalitree@lalitree.com URL: http://lalitree.com DATE: 10/20/2005 11:19:16 AM ----- COMMENT: F15-E Strike Eagles practicing for the game this weekend – at about a sunk cost of $8-10K per hour (of course, strafing runs on a stadium do add to the required training hours ;-) ). AUTHOR: EMAIL: ch@willraymond.org URL: http://willraymond.org DATE: 10/20/2005 11:19:16 AM ----- COMMENT: Lalitree and WillR – thanks for the news. You’ve calmed my beating heart – thought the end was coming (I just read the NYTimes article on the rapture, so forgive my premillenial mindset). AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 10/20/2005 11:19:16 AM ----- COMMENT: It’s the annual “patriotic” show of force at a UNC football game. I do not appreciate it. AUTHOR: EMAIL: ruby@lotusmedia.org URL: http://lotusmedia.org DATE: 10/20/2005 11:19:16 AM -----
-------- TITLE: The Tar Heel Tavern #34 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hmmm…
    I distinctly remember sending my submission… I think there’s a kink in the web between your email inbox and mine lol.

    Oh well, I’m off to have a look at everyone else’s tees! AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@poeticacceptance.com URL: http://poetic-acceptance.blogspot.com DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Thanks for hosting, Sug. This was a great idea, and I’m glad to see so many came dressed to thrill.

    I want to let you Tavernists know that Mister Sugar and about 60 other Western North Carolina blogs are at BlogAsheville (www.blogasheville.blogspot.com) AUTHOR: EMAIL: scrutinyhooligans@yahoo.com URL: http://scrutinyhooligans.blogspot.com DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Thanks for the hard work and for letting us show off our wardrobes. Good idea for a topic! AUTHOR: EMAIL: ron.hudson@verizon.net URL: http://www.ronhudson.blogspot.com DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT: This was a cool and creative idea and it turned out great! Thank you.

    [I’ll teach at a community college, not at NCSU] AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton, nicely done carnival, and many thanks for including me! Dig that t-shirt, too. AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Erin, my apologies. I’ll add you now – we’re kind of loose on the ‘last call’ in this tavern this week. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT: !! Thanks Anton! AUTHOR: EMAIL: emonahan@carolina.rr.com URL: http://poetic-acceptance.blogspot.com DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT: This was a really creative idea. Thanks for hosting! AUTHOR: EMAIL: tlsykes@gmail.com URL: http://seaandsky.typepad.com/nearest_distant_shore DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I already told ya how much I liked the idea. Well, the execution was great as well. Thanks a bunch! AUTHOR: EMAIL: lponeill@att.net URL: http://slowlysheturned.blogspot.com DATE: 10/16/2005 09:20:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Taking flight in a T-shirt AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/16/2005 12:57:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: oy, it’d take more than a tshirt to get me over that experience. I’m not afraid of flying but, well, I’d like to have faith in the fact that the pilot at least knows where he’s going! AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@poeticacceptance.com URL: http://poetic-acceptance.blogspot.com DATE: 10/16/2005 12:57:00 AM ----- COMMENT: That shirt reminds me of my visit to Paama. As the plane dipped, the chickens in the seat behind me clucked, and I gripped the seat handles for an arrival onto the football field airstrip. What a unique experience! AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 10/16/2005 12:57:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Highlights AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/11/2005 11:01:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I just want to thank you for so many things Anton. For single handedly creating our local blogger meetups, for conducting our local bloggercon, and for telling me I should do a podcasting conference. I really appreacite your support. For REAL DUDE! THANK YOU! AUTHOR: EMAIL: anonbob@gmail.com URL: http://www.audioactivism.org DATE: 10/11/2005 11:01:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Tar Heel Tavern #34: T-Shirt & Shoes Required AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/09/2005 10:50:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Is there a picture of the official ConvergeSouth t-shirt posted anywhere? AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 10/09/2005 10:50:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Hey Anton, did you send out an email notice? Cuz I didn’t get one. AUTHOR: EMAIL: lponeill@att.net URL: http://slowlysheturned.blogspot.com DATE: 10/09/2005 10:50:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I didn’t get a notice this week, either and have a post to send. Where does it need to go? AUTHOR: EMAIL: tlsykes@gmail.com URL: http://seaandsky.typepad.com/nearest_distant_shore DATE: 10/09/2005 10:50:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Hmm. Not sure how to do the notice. Send entries to zuiker@gmail.com. Deadline extended to Sunday 10 p.m. Sorry for the confusion. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 10/09/2005 10:50:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Sorry guys, I think this is entirely my fault. I thought I sent him all the information to do the newsletter, but actually I didn’t, and sent it to him yasterday evening.

    Blame it on the pregnant chick and her forgetful hormones. The newsletter has been sent out now – sorry again. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@poeticacceptance.com URL: http://poetic-acceptance.blogspot.com DATE: 10/09/2005 10:50:00 PM ----- COMMENT: All is well that bends well…. AUTHOR: EMAIL: ron.hudson@verizon.net URL: http://www.ronhudson.blogspot.com DATE: 10/09/2005 10:50:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: More from ConvergeSouth AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/08/2005 11:46:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Convergence AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/07/2005 12:46:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, if you haven’t met him before, be sure to introduce yourself to my friend Matt Gross. I think Matt is hosting the BBQ (probably going on now…). I wish I’d been able to make it to the conference. AUTHOR: EMAIL: salutor@gmail.com URL: http://www.salutor.com DATE: 10/07/2005 12:46:50 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Three dot AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2005 10:21:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I’m a big fan of Wikipedia and I’m impressed that you got to hear Jimbo Wales speak! Perhaps we can invite him to the Case campus sometime… enjoy your conference in Greensboro! AUTHOR: EMAIL: piderit@case.edu URL: http://blog.case.edu/kep2 DATE: 10/06/2005 10:21:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Blogging about microbes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/04/2005 08:38:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: So sensible AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/02/2005 10:39:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: On Thursday I got to SEE my little one, only 12 weeks along, hiccupping in utero and moving little hands. I also got to HEAR the heartbeat, at about 160 beats per minute. Oh, the wonders of modern medicine… AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 10/02/2005 10:39:49 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Did I die? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/26/2005 09:35:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Drat AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/26/2005 08:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Penpals CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Say it ain't so: AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/26/2005 07:46:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Family notes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/25/2005 09:42:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sweet white ginger AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/21/2005 11:22:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Flowers CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Delights of the magazine AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/21/2005 10:02:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Just picked up a copy of “In Cold Blood” after seeing the trailer for Capote. AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 09/21/2005 10:02:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Along the Hudson II AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/19/2005 10:12:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: Special days ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: It was, indeed, a lovely time. Nothing can compare to those times which see families come together. Our own came from Illinois, Pennsylvania, Hawaii, North Carolina, Arkansas, Arizona, New York and even California with cousins Ray and Mary Ann Holly! To add to that the Menayas came from Las Vegas, Arizona, Florida, New York (Long Island, etc.), and Greece. How small our world…. our grand our families! We had 4 generations present… What a blessing!
    Nick and Staci… God bless you! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/19/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Nice blog.I like this.
    Nick
    http://www.yahoo.com AUTHOR: EMAIL: nick_21@yahoo.com URL: http://www.yahoo.com DATE: 09/19/2005 10:12:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Along the Hudson AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/17/2005 10:03:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Family matters AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/14/2005 12:04:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: call me next time you’re up this way… AUTHOR: EMAIL: efcone@mindspring.com URL: http://www.edcone.com DATE: 09/14/2005 12:04:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Living history AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/09/2005 11:51:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Step to Freedom AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/08/2005 10:59:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: congratulations. this is a unique multi-generational effort of 3 men’s love of words, travel and family. this book tells of an impassioned commitment to empower others through their own actions. i am honored to play a small part in this history through joe and dot’s visits in vanuatu, sharing shells and stories in studio 3 and in my everyday life with anton.

    you are all to be congratulated. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/08/2005 10:59:00 AM ----- COMMENT: I ordered “Step To Freedom” from the Lulu site you linked. I look forward to reading it. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 09/08/2005 10:59:00 AM ----- COMMENT: What an amazing thing to do to commemorate the 3 generations of men in your family! AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@poeticacceptance.com URL: http://poetic-acceptance.blogspot.com DATE: 09/08/2005 10:59:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Call the general AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/06/2005 10:28:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Missed, but not miffed AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/02/2005 03:59:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Good question, looks like you can send an email to let them know. AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 09/02/2005 03:59:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Clarity AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/02/2005 10:32:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Open house AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, are you serious? Uh… it was a natural disaster not an evil plot hatched by the gentleman from Texas. I wish there was a guarantee in life that allowed us to have our 20/20 hindsight in the here and now, but we both know that this just isn’t going to happen. Heck, in retrospect, I guarantee that there are those, past and present, that wished New Orleans was never built in a fish bowl, but hindsight is 20/20 and changing this is impossible. What’s interesting is to see that you’re very quick in assigning blame to W. Yes, I know you didn’t vote for him. Yes, I know you don’t agree with his views on the Iraqi War. Yes, I know you don’t agree with him on almost every level, but how can you assign blame to him and not on the response from the New Orleans state government? What about the state and federal legislators since 1718 when New Orleans was founded? Did they think it was prudent to build below sea level? What were their contributions to their state’s safety in establishing this settlement? Where is the blame for those that are DIRECTLY involved in the safety of its citizens? In this age of the blame game, it is very difficult to see the right and the wrong, the black and the white, the yes and the no. Ultimately, those that chose to settle in New Orleans knew of the risk and gambled. Having the federal government provide the utopian neighborhood is unrealistic and well, unattainable. And really, what is a perfect response to a natural disaster? Do you have the answer? Do the “experts” on television and radio have them? If they did, why come forward after the fact? The reality is that these experts want to be noted as being part of the “I told you so gang.” Politically, this is good for them and their party line, nothing more, nothing less. We all take risks in every thing we do, to include where we decide to live. Floridians, North and South Carolinians, heck the entire mid-section of the eastern seaboard take the hurricane risks, knowing full well that there is a chance; however, slight it may be, to die in the face of a terrible natural disaster. Yet, we still come and live in these areas. What about those in California and the earthquakes? What of those in the littorals and in the lane of a tsunami? Whom do we blame? Whom do we hold responsible? The individual…that’s who. And they’ve had years to prepare.

    I hope your “mad” state diminishes over time and trust your frustration will subside…at least until the next presidential election.

    Semper Fidelis,

    T. Chung AUTHOR: EMAIL: sales@flashbangfirearms.com URL: DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton,
    It is very hard to watch what is happening, and I, despite being to the right of you politically, do not absolve Bush of all responsibility here (I am fuming about the failure to stop the violence sooner: Bush did have the resources to get 5 or 6 companies of Marines into NOLA on Tuesday with the mandate to use Roman means, if necessary, to wipe these roving bands of violent rapist/robber/murderers/etc. off the streets so that people at least would not have to fear for their lives). But Mr. Chung is right: this situation has been building for so long, and the blame is spread so widely across the political spectrum and generations, that the kind of marginal finger pointing you are engaging in is pointless. The real question should be: what are we going to do now? We cannot go on as we have with New Orleans. Any rebuilding plan has to include a different approach to securing the city than the one taken in centuries up until now. The federal approach wasn’t perfect b/c it can’t be: this is like a war, Anton. No matter how badly we want perfection from a distance, that it not how this brutal process has ever worked out. It is much harder to be on the playing field than in the stands, where we sit.
    Peter AUTHOR: EMAIL: pmlance@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.aging-disgracefully.com/blog DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Tom, thank you for commenting. I’m always humbled by your well-reasoned responses, and honored that you’re still reading my blog. You’re one fine soldier, and I’m glad you’re defending our country. In rereading my post, I see that one small change would have more accurately conveyed my feelings: “We’ve had years to prepare.” I don’t hold only George Bush responsible; each of us has a part in keeping our nation safe, our citizens healthy, our freedoms protected. What really has my goat is a feeling of powerlessness – that after my activity in the voting polls, after my energies in building local communities here in North Carolina and online, after my prayers and meditations, I’m just one bit player in the grand scheme of a national disaster. Sure, I may be angry. I’m also frustrated, hopeful, full of ideas, charged with pent-up passion and always hungry for more information. I am not resigned to living in an ill-prepared country with poor leadership. So, my sleeves are rolled up. What do we do now? AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Peter, thanks for your response, too. Also an enlightening perspective. I’m not sure how holding the top elected leader in our country accountable for his actions, inactions and policies is “marginal fingerpointing.” If he won’t take responsibility for his office, and we won’t demand he do so, then our society is broken. As one who has apologized for many mistakes, slights and other transgressions, I can give him a simple formula: “I’m sorry. I made the choice to spend our nation’s money on other priorities these last few years. You went along with me. We gambled wrong. Now let’s see how we can clean up this mess.” AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton,
    These levies have been underfunded for decades. This is not a new story. I can remember a Scientific American article in the mid-Ninetie bemoaning, in a somewhat contradictory fashion, the lack of funding by the Clinton administration and the futility of the levee strengthening plans that Clinton wouldn’t fund. The other truth in this is that an enormous amount of the blame lies at the level of Louisiana state politicians: Bush (like Clinton before him) was right in arguing that much of the money earmarked for this stuff ends up basically being pork. Your attempt to link this with Iraq is a non-starter. There is no way a flawless response to something like this is going to happen-the bottlenecks created by damage to infrastructure are just too great. The real world just doesn’t work that seemlessly. It doesn’t. I hold Bush responsible for not getting some guys in there on Tuesday to deal with these savages wreaking havoc on the streets b/c that was doable. In using the term “marginal fingerpointing” I am not trying to wave off all criticism of Bush: he failed to get guys in there early, he has used FEMA as a dumping ground for dispensing with awkward political debts more than most presidents do (he should’ve done what Clinton did and gotten creative about new appointed diplomatic posts in posh European cities), etc. The question is one of the forest and the tree here: there is a much larger issue, and one that we will have to face regadless of how the relief effort goes from here.

    Apologies are not appropriate at a moment like this. Right now Bush has to be as an admiral on the quarterdeck in a desperate fight, and as in that situation, the admiral must always know what to do (even if he really doesn’t) and he is never wrong (even when he himself recognizes the blunder of an earlier decision). You and I are not Bush, the stakes are different, and the social role we play in society is different: when you apologize it is an honorable man. But Bush is not wearing such a hat right now: he is the commander in chief in a national emergency. Do you think that Lincoln ever apologized at the time for the myriad blunders of the prosecution of the Civil War? No. And why is that: because he understood well that he is no longer Abe Lincoln, private citizen. And the nation’s courage and strength held by a thread. Can’t you see how little really holds a society together?

    Finally, be careful on the left and right about sweeping confidence regarding the stupidity or ultimate wisdom of Bush’s policies: history has a way of upending such certitude. AUTHOR: EMAIL: pmlance@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.aging-disgracefully.com/blog DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: tom, good to hear from you. wish it were under different circumstances.

    this is not all about the blame game. yes, this was a natural disaster. every year there are hurricans, floods, etc.

    as far as mr. bush (and certainly countless others), this is about being honest. on the point of his quote, “no one anticipated the levy break.” that just is not true. people did anticipate it. why did the mayor of new orleans mandate people to evacuate prior to the hurricane? i don’t know the exact reasons, but i would presume they knew it was going to be a big storm and the potential consequences catastrophic. i agree with both you and peter, where are the other leaders? if you say it is mandatory for your city’s residents to evacauate, then make it possible for the poorest of your citizens to also leave the wrath of a storm. i understand certain things are unanticipated and the superdome was a good location initially, but cities, states, nations have to have contingency plans. i expect much more from our leadership at the local, state and federal levels.

    what is going on? for example, houston said send 25,000 people. they prepared for 24 hours, then as people streamed in they were overwhelmed and the fire marshall said we can’t take any more for safety reasons. fine. perhaps, a good decision. but why not have anticipated that prior to getting all the people there? it just appears that no one knows how to handle this thing. we have government agencies (on all levels) to prepare and plan for, fund and execute just this very thing: a response to a natural disaster.

    yes, mr. bush is wearing a different hat than you and me. that is precisely why he ought to be a better leader, better person, better communicator. i hold him to a very high standard as well as the state senators and governors of our respective states. and shouldn’t we? things are going very wrong in new orleans, not all to the fault of any one person or organization. yes, many things are going well. many thousands have been evacuated, are being fed and housed, etc. but why are so many more not being helped yet? i guess i had more faith in our government resources to assist us when in need.

    perhaps i was naive. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: The simple truth is that, mighty as the United States is, we simply cannot fully protect ourselves against every contingency, or even most contingencies out of the set that can happen. Even if the government was a far larger segment of our society (as in many W. European countries) the resources would still have to be spread in such a fashion that an instant , comprehensive response to a very traumatic localized event such as this is problematic. We live in an age of unprecedented bounty in terms of the resources at hand. But that it just a relative statement: it never ceases to amaze me how thin the ice we skate on is in so many respects. One of the things that keeps people going on a day to day basis is a faith that the thin walls that protect us are thicker than they actually are. As far as the honestly of our leaders, I think that that sort of thing will not lead to a more functional society: since so much of our civilization rests on collective myths (as one with an abiding interest in the ancient Greeks and Romans, I am often struck by how alike to them we are in so many crucial ways) Bush’s job as leader is to reassure us of the power of these myths: that is what fires the courage of people to get up and charge headlong into something like this. Not honesty.

    Like you I wish it were otherwise. But I’m afraid that it is not. AUTHOR: EMAIL: pmlance@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.aging-disgracefully.com/blog DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Americans are comforting each other…but at least as many more are tearing each other apart and turning this into a political issue, a race issue, a class issue.

    Some people just can’t stop swinging their political axes. When they most need to stop, they actually swing harder and faster.

    That is what really disappoints me and disillusions me. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jadueck@eml.cc URL: http://jdueck.net DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: One of the most anti-American posts I’ve read this week has been that top post from T. Chung. He’s wrong. Americans help each other no matter where they live. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com URL: DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: The fatalistic idea that it’s their fault since they live there – and therefore government has little responsibility for them – is anti-American. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com URL: DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Last night (Sunday) on the Wall Street Journal Talk Show, they commented that the Army Corps of Engineers is always a prime target for anybody who wants to get their arrows out of the quiver. Actually, they made note that the levies that broke were actually ones that had just been repaired. They were made of cement. The last accusation before the hurricane was that the corps had wasted the money… therefore… the halt in funding.
    They also commented that we are a nation that sends billions to attack the immediate problems more than we are a nation that is in the preventative mode.
    Interesting discussion.
    Their second segment was on the NCLB No Child Left Behind. But, that is a topic for another blog. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I’m glad you expressed your feelings with us Anton. It is your right. Bravo!

    As for responsibility… President Truman had a desk sign that said, “The Buck Stops Here.” Is that sign still on President Bush’s desk? (not literally but figuratively)

    One job of a national leader is to take the ultimate responsibility for the entire NATION. That is the price you pay for the BIG job in the US of A. The president gets to appoint the head of FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). He appoints Joint Chiefs of staff who lead the military. The president appoints heads of Intelligence and Security. He appoints the head of the Department of Justice. So if we’re going to place blame it should be at the top. With the person who delegates and appoints many powerful men and women. If our national leader does not accept this blame quickly then he has no moral power or legitimate claim too it.

    The passing of the buck should end now! AUTHOR: EMAIL: anonbob@gmail.com URL: http://audioactivism.org DATE: 09/01/2005 10:12:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Speaking of blogs AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/30/2005 03:04:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Chapel Hill blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/28/2005 12:32:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Erin to school, again AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/25/2005 09:08:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Standing on a street corner AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/20/2005 05:22:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: North-Carolina ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Points AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/17/2005 11:13:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Science of observation AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/17/2005 11:06:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: If you still have a line to Scott Huler, please ask him where one could beg or borrow a copy of the recording of the Beaufort Scale, by a Scandanivian I think, not sure any more. It was played on Huler’s “State of Things” interview last year. But WUNC I guess for copyright reasons zapped it out of the archived online version. I’d like to propose to the North Carolina Boys Choir that they sing it, but I really don’t want to have to order a CD to hear what it sounds like one more time. Thanks for any info. AUTHOR: EMAIL: sally@ibiblio.org URL: http://greenespace.blogspot.com DATE: 08/17/2005 11:06:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Books-a-half-a-century AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/10/2005 11:49:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: Cleveland ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Wow, I haven’t thought about Higbee’s Department Store since the mid-70’s. That place was like the grand bazaar of Cleveland. AUTHOR: EMAIL: ch@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 08/10/2005 11:49:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: To court AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/08/2005 09:14:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Black widow AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/05/2005 11:59:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Spiders CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: what up with the crazy spiders in this state. a couple months ago i saw a spider that looked like a stick when it was folded up. AUTHOR: EMAIL: comments@cc511.info URL: http://corey.cc511.info/ DATE: 08/05/2005 11:59:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Years ago I was walking down the street in DeKalb, IL and a walking stick landed on me. I was truly amazed by this creature… after I instinctly threw him off me, of course. I don’t “do” “creepy crawlies.. but I have to admit this one was unusual. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 08/05/2005 11:59:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Hey, I’m a big fan of spiders. I’m a weaver, and I just love them. Seriously! I often let them set up shop and take care of small bug problems round the house. But…

    Kill it. Kill it NOW. AUTHOR: EMAIL: lponeill@att.net URL: http://slowlysheturned.blogspot.com DATE: 08/05/2005 11:59:00 AM ----- COMMENT: I’ve disposed of the creature, but black widow spiders now inhabit my dreams. Last night I dreamt I visited my college dorm room, only to find that once I was in it, I was locked in by the strong webs spun by hundreds of hungry spiders. Yikes. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 08/05/2005 11:59:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Vaccinations still good for you AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/03/2005 11:45:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Monsoon floods AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/03/2005 11:20:44 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Rubba slippas AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/02/2005 09:28:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: i think everyone knows my position on flipflops by now. AUTHOR: EMAIL: comments@cc511.info URL: http://corey.cc511.info/ DATE: 08/02/2005 09:28:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: My baby isn't a baby anymore AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/21/2005 10:59:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: The first-ever Asheville Blogaround is up at BlogAsheville!

    www.blogasheville.blogspot.com AUTHOR: EMAIL: scrutinyhooligans@yahoo.com URL: http://scrutinyhooligans.blogspot.com DATE: 07/21/2005 10:59:52 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Talking about science and writing AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/21/2005 10:20:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Salon selective AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/20/2005 04:58:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Where to honeymoon AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/18/2005 11:57:35 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Living strong AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/17/2005 09:08:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pour me AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/17/2005 08:46:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: WOW! AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/16/2005 08:54:45 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In retrospect AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/15/2005 01:58:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Eyeball to eyeball AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/10/2005 10:42:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bloggers in Cleveland AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/07/2005 03:38:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Thanks for joining us! AUTHOR: EMAIL: gn883@hotmail.com URL: http://www.brewedfreshdaily.com DATE: 07/07/2005 03:38:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Patriotism AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/06/2005 03:44:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Riverwalk AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/05/2005 03:07:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 5506 at 3300 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/03/2005 10:23:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ohio River bound AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/01/2005 11:20:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What's raven got? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/27/2005 11:17:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Summer blues AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/27/2005 10:47:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Town and country AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/25/2005 03:04:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: This is such an adorable picture! AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin_monahan@moontowncafe.com URL: http://poetic-acceptance.blogspot.com DATE: 06/25/2005 03:04:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Pay as you go AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/24/2005 10:03:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Actually, they do not send reminders in the mail any more. That is why I got busted last year – though I was only about a month overdue. (so I am not as bad as YOU are ;-) ) AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 06/24/2005 10:03:00 PM ----- COMMENT: anton, same thing happened to me. afterwards i got the car registered, went to court at the appointed time, and they dropped the citation, so i didn’t have to pay anything (beyond the registration renewal fee). just fyi. AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 06/24/2005 10:03:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Summer solstice AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/21/2005 09:14:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Saturday AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/20/2005 12:28:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Summer Cold AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/19/2005 11:25:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Great carnival! Nice to see new names and faces here. AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 06/19/2005 11:25:08 PM ----- COMMENT: Great Tavern there MisterSugar! I see you managed to get it done dispite that summer cold. Hope you’re better soon. AUTHOR: EMAIL: idleblogs@yahoo.com URL: http://bloggingpoet.squarespace.com DATE: 06/19/2005 11:25:08 PM ----- COMMENT: Great job, Anton. Thanks for your hard work. It’s nice to “meet” you. I hope to see you (and the rest of you Tar Heelers) at ‘Converge South’ in October. AUTHOR: EMAIL: Iddybud@yahoo.com URL: http://iddybud@yahoo.com DATE: 06/19/2005 11:25:08 PM ----- COMMENT: Thanks for being our Carolina barker, Anton. AUTHOR: EMAIL: scrutinyhooligans@yahoo.com URL: http://scrutinyhooligans.blogspot.com DATE: 06/19/2005 11:25:08 PM ----- COMMENT: Thanks, Anton, and I wanted to tell you that your article on persuading a business to blog has been helpful to me this past week! AUTHOR: EMAIL: lponeill@att.net URL: http://slowlysheturned.blogspot.com DATE: 06/19/2005 11:25:08 PM -----
-------- TITLE: How to persuade a business to blog AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/16/2005 11:54:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Enjoyed the gathering last evening, Anton. You’ve done a good job evangelizing the blog concept locally and that’s a great thing.

    As one who’s had some experience with the whole ‘community-on-the-web’ concept, it’s been interesting to see how the tools have evolved to bring us to the tipping point we’re at. Now, I think the challenges of selling more businesses on the idea will turn on cultural issues.

    It’s ironic. Businesses are attracted to blogging because there’s an audience there — small but influential now, and perhaps growing quite large just down the road. But the elements that attract an audience to a blog (informality, controversy, open comments) can be scary for a company.

    How that tension gets resolved in the next 18 months or so will be interesting to watch. AUTHOR: EMAIL: david@marketingworksrtp.com URL: http://www.marketingworksrtp.com DATE: 06/16/2005 11:54:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Keep me posted on how things turn out with Measure and blogging. I’ll be interested to see the result(s), assuming it’s public facing. AUTHOR: EMAIL: justincwatt@gmail.com URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 06/16/2005 11:54:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Giving them a glimpse AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/16/2005 08:37:31 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Belly up AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/13/2005 10:48:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: May Day Dad AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/13/2005 10:19:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: Hawaii ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: No Great Teacher AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/10/2005 01:21:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: What about JCU? Would you say Fr. Dister or Linda? Maybe Joe Farrell? Maybe no 0ne? Inquiring minds want to know :) AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 06/10/2005 01:21:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Bridget, thanks for the reminder. I’ve added a few of my favorite profs from JCU, but of course the greatest teachers during my time there were you, Joe, Lisa, Elmer, Mark and a beautiful young woman named Erin. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 06/10/2005 01:21:00 PM ----- COMMENT: AS per Fr. Dister: Touche! AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 06/10/2005 01:21:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Living and dying with language AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/07/2005 10:27:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Every bed counts, twice maybe AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/06/2005 08:48:35 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Reunion season AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/04/2005 03:41:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Cleveland CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Wantok time AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/04/2005 03:34:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Whispers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/29/2005 04:36:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Film CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: INSIDE JOKE: Did you make it to the theater on time? AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 05/29/2005 04:36:22 PM ----- COMMENT: Well, we were in the building on time, but Erin took forever getting popcorn (something about a family of four that individually ordered and paid), and we were in the theater for the beginning of the movie, but we had to take the handicapped seats in the aisle, so we were separated by five feet and couldn’t even hold hands. Some date! AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 05/29/2005 04:36:22 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Missed opportunity AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/27/2005 11:37:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: mistersugar spotted in Asheville AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/25/2005 11:32:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: All thumbs AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/25/2005 10:49:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tapas on the town AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/23/2005 10:22:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Paama parade AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/23/2005 07:11:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: High in Asheville AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/22/2005 09:34:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: And speaking of work, Z, you’re LONG overdue to give me a detailed report on how the new gig is going. Looking forward to hearing all about it when you get a moment.
    Plus, when’s the next Cleveland visit planned? Can’t wait for that as well…
    JE AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 05/22/2005 09:34:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: A new Blog Together AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/17/2005 12:38:36 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Picture show AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/16/2005 08:40:32 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: That’s a great picture. Malia looks like she’s been seeing the same hairstylist as Isabella. :) AUTHOR: EMAIL: scott.parkerson@gmail.com URL: http://www.smerpology.org/sprocket/ DATE: 05/16/2005 08:40:32 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Bang-up film AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/15/2005 10:22:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Film CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: my first night in santa rosa it was drizzling, i was staying in a hotel, but i had internet, so i thought to look up the nearest theaters, found the indie one, and raced over to catch the 7:20pm showing of crash.

    i thought it was good, kind of a combination of a chick flick (for it’s sentimentality) with one of those “all-these-people-are-related-
    but-you-don’t know-how-yet” films like magnolia and others (of course none are coming to mind)... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 05/15/2005 10:22:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: The writing life AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/15/2005 10:09:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: funny, i’m just not ready to post yet. maybe i’ll attend the teach-in:) AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 05/15/2005 10:09:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Sweetness AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/15/2005 09:51:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: You don't write anymore AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/14/2005 12:43:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Prime minister AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/14/2005 12:10:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, I wouldn’t worry about Thomas Friedman’s ideas: his “world is flat” campaign is truly silly and intellectually bankrupt. And the view the former Thai prime minister offers is not novel or particularly persuasive: it was tired when Kennedy pushed it in the late Eighties.

    I think part of what has helped Friedman’s work get such a following is that the NY Times, in an effort to shatter whatever little credibility it had left, has decided to shamelessly promote his book rather than critically review it (consider who they chose to review it or that absurd Times magazine article that they ran).

    Far more respectable work on the subject comes from people like Bhagwati or Martin Wolf.

    And, while China’s progress is impressive (I saw it first hand, having cut my teeth as an economist working on issues related to China), this “the future is China’s” camp that you see emerging has never looked seriously at the incredibly big structural problems that China is facing. AUTHOR: EMAIL: pmlance@email.unc.edu URL: DATE: 05/14/2005 12:10:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Shaughnessy Shindig 2005 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/09/2005 09:18:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: What a beautiful picture. There is something about being on the beach and getting sand in your toes. Don’t you find that the memory lingers and beckons you back? From the looks of it, I think your gals definitely have the lure of the sea in their blood. What a wonderful time little Malia and Anna must have had. Thanks for posting the pictures. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 05/09/2005 09:18:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Travel days AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/03/2005 11:16:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Brace myself AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/03/2005 11:14:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: yowzers. did you have braces when you were younger? AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 05/03/2005 11:14:01 PM ----- COMMENT: my 7 year old starts his ortho treatment today—$2000—guess I won’t complain! AUTHOR: EMAIL: mishra@email.unc.edu URL: http://dogtricks.blogspot.com DATE: 05/03/2005 11:14:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Conflict of interest AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/29/2005 01:42:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Good grief, the note the reporter wrote said she “knew” the victim from high school—“knew” or “knew of” is a far cry from being good buddies or even acquaintances. You say the reporter committed a journalistic wrong by not disclosing that relationship to readers. I would argue that such a comment would be inappropriate, and make it look as if the writer were trying to insert herself into the awful tragedy of this family. Only the most socially maladjusted journalist does not know some of the people he or she comes to write about. Think in particular about reporters writing for papers in smallish towns. I think readers expect and deserve fair reporting. But the sort of disclosure you’re talking about in this case doesn’t achieve that. AUTHOR: EMAIL: fishergalus@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 04/29/2005 01:42:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Sorry…I agree with mistersugar. While fisherqalus raises a good point about reporters at papers in smallish towns, we’re talking about a bloody murder—not a bake sale down at the local Mormon temple. Since “Sami” inserted herself into the story by trying to insert herself into the dead woman’s previous life in an apparent effort to curry favor with the husband, she should have disclosed her familiarity with the decedent, however fleeting. Actually, she should not have published her acquaintanceship on a blog, but saved it for an email or phone call. AUTHOR: EMAIL: juanitahigginbotham@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 04/29/2005 01:42:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Thank you both for your comments. I stand by my belief that the reporter’s connection to the article’s subject should have been disclosed. In an e-mail message to me, Khanna told me her editor offered to assign the article to another reporter. To me, that suggests the editor knew there was a potential conflict of interest. I think Khanna’s article was very well reported and written – in fact, I was impressed with the quotes from the college acquaintances.

    Fishergalus, Juanita has it right: in a small town, I’d know the reporter would most likely have some connection to the subjects of her articles. In a larger city, the assumption goes the other way. A newspaper earns its trust from the community by being straight with its readers. In this case, the editor owed the readers a statement of disclosure. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 04/29/2005 01:42:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Murdered (?) AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/27/2005 09:14:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Any news on this case? AUTHOR: EMAIL: missingpersons@sbcglobal.net URL: DATE: 04/27/2005 09:14:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Monitor http://google.com/news?hl=en&ned=&q=janet+abaroa&btnG=Search+News” for new articles about the case. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 04/27/2005 09:14:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: In this corner AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/24/2005 08:56:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: No wonder I am so exhausted on this Sunday night. It was a good, busy week. Thanks for sharing it with me. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/24/2005 08:56:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: My book AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/21/2005 11:48:28 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Breakbone fever again AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/19/2005 09:10:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Colors of the day AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/18/2005 02:49:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: apparently sian’s husband just bought one (the lotus). maybe sian drove it to work… :) AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 04/18/2005 02:49:33 PM -----
-------- TITLE: 32 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/18/2005 08:43:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: happy birthday sister! i’m sorry i can’t be with you but i think about our great trip to new york often and will be hoping you have a great day today.

    much love,
    mary AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 04/18/2005 08:43:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Miss Erin, happy birthday. I am ok with the fact that I cannot be with you since that would make my work day harder. I, too, enjoyed New York, but I cannot say that the reason was expressly seeing you, though that was nice. I hope you enjoy the day and those to come. mary and I are clearly the most thoughtful e-family you have!

    -claffey AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 04/18/2005 08:43:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Happy Birthday Erin AUTHOR: EMAIL: nick@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/18/2005 08:43:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Happy Birthday, my dear. I’ll clean the bathrooms and dust the house this week. Promise. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 04/18/2005 08:43:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Happy birthday Erin. Becky and I send you our best. AUTHOR: EMAIL: saipanjbr@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 04/18/2005 08:43:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Happy Birthday!!
    Say, was Anton’s promise to do the house this week a daily commitment for the week or … sometime this week I’ll get to the house? A little something every day? Make the most of it, Erin.
    I can say that to you with a smile.. even if I am his mom.
    Hope you and little Anna had a wonderful day. I know Anton loves you… and so do I.
    Cheryl AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/18/2005 08:43:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: 4 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/17/2005 10:36:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: We're all poor AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/15/2005 11:44:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Nicely said, Anton. I’m delighted that WUNC has taken a serious look at this topic. Your post reminds me that I should call them and encourage them to do more original programming. AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com DATE: 04/15/2005 11:44:43 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Flowers for 5506 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2005 11:12:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 92 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2005 10:46:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Franklin Street Journal AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2005 09:23:27 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Beat it, journalism AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/12/2005 09:47:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, talk to Corey, he’s working on a local area wiki, but I think he’s been working on the software to run it not the content so far. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 04/12/2005 09:47:33 AM -----
-------- TITLE: More Michael AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/11/2005 08:59:31 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Penpals CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: ok, i am like totally jealous you get emails from michael ruhlman. too cool! AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 04/11/2005 08:59:31 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Pulitzer, please AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/05/2005 09:28:10 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Go Heels AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/04/2005 12:40:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: You win. There are tear stains on my orange and blue t-shirt. The Fighting Illini finish the season 37-3, one win short of a NCAA record. Might I also add that you, too, grew up in Illinois. I’ll put something in the mail this week. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com URL: DATE: 04/04/2005 12:40:15 PM ----- COMMENT: Correction: 37-2 is their final win/loss AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com URL: DATE: 04/04/2005 12:40:15 PM ----- COMMENT: Yes, I grew up in Illinois, but I grew up as a DePaul fan. Those Meyer guys were the best. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 04/04/2005 12:40:15 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Now that's a road trip, or where faith can take you AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/03/2005 09:34:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I love Michael Ruhlman’s two books on culinary school and life. In fact they are probably two of my favorite books ever. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 04/03/2005 09:34:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: The sweetest thing AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/03/2005 05:50:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What they're saying about me AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/03/2005 12:08:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 35 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/02/2005 12:49:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Happy Birthday, Anton! AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com DATE: 04/02/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Oh, to be 35 again ;-)! Happy B’day Anton. AUTHOR: EMAIL: a URL: DATE: 04/02/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Happy birthday! Blogging session is great so far! AUTHOR: EMAIL: earthsutra@aol.com URL: DATE: 04/02/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: happy birthday! AUTHOR: EMAIL: comments@cc511.info URL: http://corey.cc511.info/ DATE: 04/02/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Happy Birthday!
    “Seems like yesterday”.... we (your dad and I) parked the car at the base of the steep hill to George Washington University hospital and walked up the hill. He was too nervous and excited to let me off at the door. Neither one of us wanted to miss a beat in welcoming you into the world.
    We are proud of you, Anton.
    Enjoy the day!
    Love, Mom AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/02/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Happy birthday, Anton! AUTHOR: EMAIL: roy@neopages.com URL: http://www.tabulas.com/~roy/ DATE: 04/02/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Sorry to be late in wishing you a happy birthday. Hope you had a wonderful one! AUTHOR: EMAIL: saipanjbr@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 04/02/2005 12:49:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Weekend ware AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/31/2005 09:30:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Disappointment AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/31/2005 08:52:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Missed it AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/28/2005 11:45:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hats off to China AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/28/2005 09:06:54 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: No contest AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/28/2005 08:46:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: You’re dead-on about David Brooks’s right-to-lie writing. It’s nearly a no-brainer that the Times should join in on this feeding frenzy to pull the plug on his column:

    As Columbia Journalism Review (June ‘04) writes:
    “In his books and columns, Brooks is famously a master of the breathtakingly blithe, sweeping statement offered up with no convincing evidence (often not even anecdotal evidence) to prop up the structure of his thesis of the moment.”

    And Philly Mag (April ‘04):
    “Brooks has become a must-read, charming us into seeing events in the news through his worldview… There’s just one problem: Many of his generalizations are false… Most of Brooks’s own ideas are clichés borrowed from popular culture.” AUTHOR: EMAIL: junk@llnet.net_nospam URL: DATE: 03/28/2005 08:46:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: NC bees buzz on NPR AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/22/2005 09:50:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hey North Carolina, I’d be happy to unload my unwanted West Texas bees – well, they’re paper wasps, I think, so you may not want them. I find them in the mud room & the garage every afternoon now – they’re sluggish this time of year, but will get more aggressive by summer. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com URL: DATE: 03/22/2005 09:50:52 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Blog notes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/22/2005 09:39:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: NYSE: KMB AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/20/2005 10:20:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Aloha lanai AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/18/2005 11:13:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Hawaii CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Luck of the Irish AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/17/2005 10:21:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: Music ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Chapel Hill blogging AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/16/2005 02:14:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: with you guys in san diego in spirit. have a pint for me. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 03/16/2005 02:14:23 PM ----- COMMENT: Sorry I couldn’t be there. I look forward to the reports… AUTHOR: EMAIL: ruby@lotusmedia.org URL: http://lotusmedia.org DATE: 03/16/2005 02:14:23 PM ----- COMMENT: I had guests and couldn’t be there either :( AUTHOR: EMAIL: comments@cc511.info URL: http://cc511.info/blog/ DATE: 03/16/2005 02:14:23 PM -----
-------- TITLE: USA baseball caps for the rest of us? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/14/2005 09:46:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: that logo cries out for an ironic trucker hat. considering that the american people paid $100k for it… AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 03/14/2005 09:46:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Karen Hughes – one of the biggest PR hacks of all time. The one who compared 1 million pro-choice demonstrators to terrorists. Unlikely that she understands diplomacy as a TWO-way discussion.

    This is just another ‘up is down’ appointments from the Bush adminstration (torturers to protect justice, UN-haters at the UN, warmongerers at the World Bank, etc.).

    Branding (espcialyl in this case) seems to be one-way and mostly intended to cover the truth, not express it. Good luck… AUTHOR: EMAIL: ruby@lotusmedia.org URL: http://lotusmedia.org DATE: 03/14/2005 09:46:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Oh, Good Lord. Nanny Hughes as some Orwellian nightmare “undersecretary for public propaganda infliction”? Wasn’t this already her job? Help us.

    USAID provides help to people in very real need, of course, but they have much work to do—and a logo change ain’t gonna cut it—when the Secretary of State stands up and utters the patently false statement that the United States gives more in global aid than any other country. And to deliver it with that finger-wagging mock outrage is just too much to bear.

    Every single note from this administration telegraphs their bald self-interest, and I just can’t see how Nanny Hughes or Colin or CondoLIEzza are up to the task of fooling all of the people all of the time. Their reading of the B*sh script does little to engender trust, good will, or an appreciation for the sincerity of our motives. Ptooie.

    Grrr. AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com DATE: 03/14/2005 09:46:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Children, Go AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/13/2005 10:19:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Heartland, homeland AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/13/2005 08:45:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Up for air AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/11/2005 11:35:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Chapel Hill Meetup 3/9/05 announcement AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/08/2005 10:55:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Disclosure AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/07/2005 10:53:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Congratulations AUTHOR: EMAIL: nick@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/07/2005 10:53:49 PM ----- COMMENT: i am so proud of you. you looked great in your suit too. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/07/2005 10:53:49 PM ----- COMMENT: excellent, congrats. AUTHOR: EMAIL: efcone@mindspring.com URL: http://www.edcone.com DATE: 03/07/2005 10:53:49 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Add exhaustion to the list AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/05/2005 10:18:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My two cents AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/05/2005 09:14:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pigskin poll AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/02/2005 11:27:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I’m always partial to the default blue for unvisited links and magenta-ish for visited links.

    It gives you a consistent users experience with the majority of the rest of the web.

    But if you want to stick with the overall color scheme that you have going here, why not go with the magenta-ish color that you’re already using form your home, resume, about, etc. links? Seems to have a bit more contrast with your background than the green. AUTHOR: EMAIL: wjs@joshstaiger.org URL: http://www.joshstaiger.org DATE: 03/02/2005 11:27:06 PM ----- COMMENT: http://www.juicystudio.com/services/colourcontrast.asp AUTHOR: EMAIL: comments@cc511.info URL: http://cc511.info/blog/ DATE: 03/02/2005 11:27:06 PM ----- COMMENT: contrast is key. the magenta works pretty well. AUTHOR: EMAIL: efcone@mindspring.com URL: http://www.edcone.com DATE: 03/02/2005 11:27:06 PM ----- COMMENT: I always like the green/magenta … but perhaps the green for links could be a bit darker to match the tone on the magenta. AUTHOR: EMAIL: roy@neopages.com URL: DATE: 03/02/2005 11:27:06 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Chapel Hill Meetup 3/2/05 notes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/02/2005 11:23:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Chapel Hill Meetup AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 03/02/2005 09:54:27 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: For the record AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/28/2005 09:30:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I was watching TV a few months ago, and caught his name at the end of some very good show. I forget now. Maybe CSI, although my reception on that channel is sadly, very bad. LLDTV. Ludicrously Low-Definition TV, as it were…

    I too wondered if it was you, or perhaps, your father. It went by so fast, Anton and Anthony…easily confused.

    Hope your cousin gets to meet you. He would be pleased.

    Dave AUTHOR: EMAIL: baruchthescribe@yahoo.com URL: http://anonymoses.blogspot.com DATE: 02/28/2005 09:30:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Spinning a Web AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/28/2005 10:18:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What's an American? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/26/2005 12:27:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hey, not that it matters all that much, but I’m a health extension volunteer in Togo, and I’ll be home in Decmeber AUTHOR: EMAIL: lizrichardson03@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 02/26/2005 12:27:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Hi! Listen, not that it matters all that much, but I’m a health extension volunteer in Togo, and I’ll be home in December AUTHOR: EMAIL: lizrichardson03@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 02/26/2005 12:27:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Chapel Hill Meetup 2/23/05 notes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/24/2005 12:08:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Crosspost CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Filling in the lines AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/23/2005 11:28:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Links CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Communicable news AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/23/2005 10:21:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Meetup, fellow bloggers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/22/2005 04:55:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Well, is Chapel Hill tomorrow (Wed)night or Friday night? I am hoping for tomorrow…. AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 02/22/2005 04:55:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Damn. How did that happen? Chapel Hill meetup is Wed night. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/22/2005 04:55:00 PM ----- COMMENT: OK, I’ll see you tomorrow. I’ll come at 6:30 to ask technical questions. AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 02/22/2005 04:55:00 PM ----- COMMENT: No, I’ll come BEFORE 6 so I can ask technical questions. Sorry. AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 02/22/2005 04:55:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Other postings AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/21/2005 10:28:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Links CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Back home AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/21/2005 10:21:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Travel day AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/17/2005 11:51:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, have fun. I’ve been checking up on the pictures at flickr tagged with gates but you should also check out this AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 02/17/2005 11:51:34 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Bloggers at the gate AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/17/2005 10:54:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,
    I applaud your dedication to promoting blogging as a useful tool—in community-building, agenda-setting, media criticism and even reporting, it’s already had a profound impact and it’s obviously only the beginning.

    However, in all of the giddy exuberance over the possibilities of this new tool, I think a lot of people are getting swept up in a spirit of boosterism and magic bullet-ism. In other words, blogs have tremendous potential for affecting positive change but they aren’t necessarily the be-all-end-all. Blogs are just one piece in a larger puzzle that is the changing media landscape.

    The fact the UNC J-school doesn’t blog isn’t suprising at all. They have bigger problems. While the school has been really successful in attracting good people (faculty, staff, students) and good facilities (a nice building, the Park library, updated computer equipment, new convergence lab, etc.) it has done so largely by being really effective at fundraising. Dean Cole has been a world-class fundraiser. What the J-school has not been so successful at is in figuring out how all the pieces fit together, i.e. defining a vision and an identity. It’s what Bush 41 once dismissively called the “vision thing.” Well, the J-school needs the vision thing.

    Part of that vision would be defining how the J-school will fit in with the changing media ecology.

    Blogs, you say? How about just catching up with the Web? First and foremost, this is a JOURNALISM school and yet it offers not a single course in online journalism. It is school that defines “electronic communication” as television and radio and taught undergraduates a course essentially in how to use the Internet (J50) as recently as 2004, something that would have been much more appropriate and actually rather innovative were it offered a decade ago.

    To me, this is the discussion we need to have about blogs and J-schools—how can bloggers learn skills and professional standards from journalism and how can journalists learn the tools and the ethos (openness, iterative process, group-think, speed-to-market and creativity) of the blogosphere.

    Honestly, this J-school is not ready for that conversation. At this rate, maybe it will engage in that discussion somewhere around 2015.

    If the dean is down with the blogosphere, great. And if he has the time to devote to blogging, I’d be amazed and maybe a little disturbed too—there’s only so much time in a day and there are all kinds of mission-critical activities a dean should be spending his time doing. Is blogging one of them? I’m much more concerned about whether or not he is just up with the times and isn’t so stuck in an outdated mindset that he can’t adapt.

    One last point—Peggy Noonan wrote a fascinating column, yes. What she does for a living (former political speechwriter and advisor, now an op-ed columnist) is pretty close to what most bloggers do. I’d be more interested in hearing what a veteran reporter/editor/publisher has to say about the intersection of journalism and blogging, however.

    Lastly, congratulations on a successful conference. It was very impressive.

    -Eric AUTHOR: EMAIL: gautschi@unc.edu URL: http://www.southnow.org/blog DATE: 02/17/2005 10:54:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Eric, great response. Thank you. I fretted about my post above – I was able to get my master’s degree in medical journalism precisely because of Dean Cole’s success in building the school and Tom Linden’s success in creating the medical journalism program – both prime examples of how JOMC is adept at innovation. (I also didn’t want to step on John’s toes; I know he’s got a lot to juggle.)

    Blogging is just one eddy in the roiling river of journalism, I know. I’d love to see the next JOMC dean sponsor a series of community charettes to get as many ideas as possible for how media can be rebuilt. I suspect blogs will have a place in the new journalism house.

    Maybe that Dean will also hire you to create a new department of online journalism. :) AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/17/2005 10:54:00 PM ----- COMMENT: As a State grad and someone who’s made a career in journalism without a journalism degree, I don’t usually defend the JOMC program at UNC. However, in fairness, there is this: http://www.jomc.unc.edu/executiveeducation/internetstudies.html

    In addition, last year the school put on an exec ed course about blogging and journalism. I know ‘cause I was on one of the panels.

    Sure, the J School could and should do more with blogging, etc. But it’s not fair to make it sound as though it’s doing nothing. AUTHOR: EMAIL: marktzk@gmail.com URL: http://thoughtsignals.com DATE: 02/17/2005 10:54:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Mark, you’re right that there have been other blogging efforts at JOMC: the Certificate in Technology and Communication, a distance education offering, has a course taught by Deb Aikat that included a number of modules about blogging, which I wrote. And JOMC also offered an executive education seminar about blogging for professional journalists (which you participated in), an idea I proposed to John Conway.

    Deb and John and Paul Jones and a few others – and now Ferrell Guillory and Eric Gautschi with their SouthNow southern politics blog – certainly recognize there’s a place for blogging in the j-school. And Bob Stepno was talking blogs in Carroll Hall before I arrived.

    Deb and Tom Linden regularly gave me time in their classes to talk about blogs and e-journalism. Louise Spieler, John Conway’s replacement, jumped at the idea to sponsor the Triangle Bloggers Conference.

    Geez, listing all that makes me wonder if I’m complaining for no reason. There is plenty of faculty interest in blogging.

    But I guess my point still stands about the institutional interest: blogging is one of the biggest issues in journalism today, and there’s nothing on the JOMC website, the window to the institution. Which makes the j-school look like it missed the boat. Heck, I’d be happy even if JOMC used its website to argue against blogging.

    The j-school will announce a new dean in the coming weeks. That new dean has an excellent opportunity to push JOMC onto the boat. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/17/2005 10:54:00 PM ----- COMMENT: As a faculty member at the JOMC and a blogger, I think that Anton and Eric have made some good points here. I mentioned recently in a news-ed faculty retreat that we need to start teaching blogging. I got a lot of blank stares. There are few faculty members who think that blogging is something that they need to pay attention to. It reminds me of what some people thought of the Internet, and the looks on their faces must have been similar to the executives of the eight-track tape companies when new technology was introduced.

    I’m also on the search committee for a new dean, but I doubt that we’ll pick someone who has read the Wall Street Journal op-ed piece.

    As for the school’s vision, yes it it lacking. But next week, the faculty is scheduled to begin a series of meetings about what our vision for the future will be. I think that will get us started.

    No journalism school is perfect. But we’re a collection of who we are. If Phil Meyer wanted to start a blog, he could have one up and running in a day. Right now, we’re full of old dinosaurs who are aware of blogs but aren’t willing to embrace where the mass communication world is heading. AUTHOR: EMAIL: croush@email.unc.edu URL: http://weblogs.jomc.unc.edu/talkingbiznews/ DATE: 02/17/2005 10:54:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Third Amendment AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/17/2005 10:17:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, I can’t remember which state it is now, but I like the one with the tree that takes up the whole back of the coin, and I tend to hold onto that one a little longer. A treehugger in every medium. Ha. AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com DATE: 02/17/2005 10:17:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    i need help finding photos for thr 3rd 4th and 5th amendments

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: dont URL: http://www.ask.com DATE: 02/17/2005 10:17:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    there is of course a great wikipedia article on the quarters.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_Quarters

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: corey.reece@gmail.com URL: http://corey.cc511.info/ DATE: 02/17/2005 10:17:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Truth in journalism AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/17/2005 10:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New digs: Measure Evaluation AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/15/2005 03:06:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Work CATEGORY: North-Carolina ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: babe, i am so very proud of you. this position will marry your superb editorial and communication talents with your passion for HIV/AIDS – the single greatest health crisis of our time. i love you. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/15/2005 03:06:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton.
    Ditto on Erin’s. As always, I am so very proud of you and I respect you for your integrity, your commitment to making our world a better place for all, and your desire to forge ahead.

    God bless you!
    Mom AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/15/2005 03:06:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Looking forward to bumping into you more often. Congrats. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 02/15/2005 03:06:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton,

    Congratulations! That is an amazing opportunity for you, esp. since it works well with being back in CH (which i know you wanted). You get to combine your skills with work that is actually meaningful.

    I’m seriously jealous. AUTHOR: EMAIL: griffey@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.jasongriffey.net/wp DATE: 02/15/2005 03:06:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Blog Together AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/15/2005 02:57:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Storian: explained AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/14/2005 11:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: More blogging in NC and the Triangle AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/14/2005 11:01:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Comic genius AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/14/2005 01:55:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I’ve liked everything I’ve read of his so far, Y, Ex Machina (one of only three comics I read monthly instead of waiting for the trade), his Ultimate X-Men. I’m even considering picking up Runaways now that I see at 2nd Foundation that Marvel priced the paperbacks like little Manga books. AUTHOR: EMAIL: alex@awstudios.net URL: http://www.alexwilson.com DATE: 02/14/2005 01:55:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I get my BKV books at 2nd Foundation, too, and am due to get in there for Runaways. Brian’s a super nice guy, and super smart. Glad others are finding his work as enjoyable as I am. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/14/2005 01:55:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Triangle Bloggercon: next steps AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/13/2005 08:58:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: From some entries on other local blogs I gather that some people were receieving e-mails about the Bloggercom. How do we sign up for e-mails re meetups? Are you going to go through the MeetUp.com? AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 02/13/2005 08:58:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Thanks, Anton,for a great event. It is already paying off, as your notes on Meetups etc show. AUTHOR: EMAIL: efcone@mindspring.com URL: http://www.edcone.com DATE: 02/13/2005 08:58:00 PM ----- COMMENT: The value of the bloggers conference to me was in the inspiration. I might actually resurrect my Triangle Coffee Culture blog from the doldrums. Having a meetup at a coffee shop fits in perfectly with my blog’s main theme, so I guess I’ll have to show up. And Driade’s is one of my favorite places. ... I don’t get the word “Storian.” What does that mean? AUTHOR: EMAIL: freedom1@mindspring.com URL: http://coffeeculture.blogspot.com DATE: 02/13/2005 08:58:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Steve: I was thinking this morning that I should add an explanation of Storian to my About page. Storian is Bislama (Vanuatu pidgin) for “talking story” (Hawaiian pidgin) – both mean conversation. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/13/2005 08:58:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I am all for Charlotte Hosting the next BlogCon.

    How do I vote for it?

    Maxim
    [www.ipattern.com do you?] AUTHOR: EMAIL: max@ipattern.com URL: http://ipattern.com DATE: 02/13/2005 08:58:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Central Park, here we come AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/13/2005 08:17:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travels CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: i’m psyched. considering i have travelled around the world, but never to the infamous nyc – this will be a great first trip! AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/13/2005 08:17:26 PM ----- COMMENT: Hmmm. We’ve got these cool photos on the front page of the paper with the billowing orange flags of the gates. Julie is itching to get out of dodge and we’ve been pondering places to dash to. Maybe we’ll bump into you somewhere around Central Park West and 82nd Street. Sunday? AUTHOR: EMAIL: thomaswhaines@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 02/13/2005 08:17:26 PM ----- COMMENT: gotta admire seizing the moment – hope you enjoy every minute and can’t wait to see pics of the girls checking it out.
    looking forward to getting the low down upon your return to the zone. AUTHOR: EMAIL: justine.wayne@gmail.com URL: DATE: 02/13/2005 08:17:26 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Bloggercon (takes) off AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/13/2005 12:49:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: BlogTogether-NC ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Could you post where and when videofeed and podcast will be online? I know a couple people here in GSO that didn’t get to go and wish to watch/listen to it. Thanks. AUTHOR: EMAIL: firelace@gmail.com URL: http://life.firelace.com DATE: 02/13/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Yes. I’ll post links on my blog as well as on the conference wiki. I’ve seen two podcasts posted on other blogs already. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/13/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Anton – First thank you for taking on the task of facilitating so much sharing. I truly enjoyed the TBC, and will benefit from it endlessly.

    When Dave Winer said “Why do you care how many people are reading your blog?” I had to smile. As I recall, the discussion to that point had been working earnestly toward how to drive such readership activity, and seemed to have hold on the imagination of the room. I actually took Dave’s question as an iconoclastic tweak at the moment, a contemplative break, and a sort of minority report. Whether he meant it that way or not, that’s how I took it.

    In retrospect, it did spark in me the question of content, which for me is a much bigger concern than readership. In the margins of the conference I found a number of people, including myself, who expressed doubts about what they had to share as content. Readership seemed a distant concern.

    I think Dave’s question is an essential one, and for me – I want the answer to be because I have something to share, and perhaps if I, like you, have something to share – readership will not be a problem.

    Clearly you have something to share. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tbc@tvjunior.com URL: http://tvjunior.com/blog/ DATE: 02/13/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Dear Anton,
    Thanks for a riveting time, and at the moments where we could not delve deeper, I still believe most folks were happy to be in a room with like-minded people discussing the vagaries of blogging. TriBlogCon was definitely a success.

    I want to echo what Tim King said above. I thought Dave Winer’s question was, in part, a continuation on Ed Cone’s “what kind of blog do you want to have?” challenge. For some of us, myself included, readership is not so much the point, because we’re still defining what kind of blog we have or, as Tim said above, still generating the sort of content worthy of eyeballs. Of course if someone strolls in and, better yet, says hello, it’s wonderful, but in one’s early days it seems the desire is good content first, publicity later. Personally, I’m not even close to figuring out what I want to do with my blog and to whom I want to connect.

    Thanks again, and congratulations on picking up that phone and giving us a call. It worked beautifully. I look forward to being able to join you at Caffe Driade soon. AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com DATE: 02/13/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: So you mean it? If I show up at Caffe Driade Wed night I won’t be all by myself feeling stupid?

    Melinama AUTHOR: EMAIL: jane@mappamundi.com URL: http://pratie.blogspot.com DATE: 02/13/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Tom King understands what I was doing. We were stuck, or so I thought, and spiraling downward. The next question was “How can you tailor what you say to get the maximum flow.”

    One should always be reviewing why you’re doing something, because it’s possible, even easy, to get off track. If we blog to help disseminate truth, and if we succeed at doing that, nothing else really matters, right?

    And as I said, I am a total link whore, and I get upset when someone takes an idea from my site and uses it without attribution. But, well, keep the eye on the prize, I like to remind myself.

    Sylvia Paull who has known me for 25 years, wrote a quick guide to Dave. Basically I am the minority report, the contrarian, the iconoclast, the person who doesn’t mind saying we’re all full of shit, and none of us gets out of this alive. ;-> AUTHOR: EMAIL: dave@scripting.com URL: http://www.scripting.com/ DATE: 02/13/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Thank you. It was a blast. Wednesday nights are generally good for me so I will try to make it. I am assuming that folks in Raleigh, Cary and Durham are going to suggest to rotate the location so it is not alway them who have to get into their cars and drive over here, while we walk over in our pajamas. I have no problem with that. AUTHOR: EMAIL: coturnix1@aol.com URL: http://sciencepolitics.blogspot.com/ DATE: 02/13/2005 12:49:00 AM ----- COMMENT: What I took away from Dave’s comment was not the literal interpretation of “we should only be concerned with blogging for ourselves”, but rather that we should be careful not to take a short-sighted/shallow view with respect to the content we’re generating.

    Writing with the sole intention of getting people to link to you may get you traffic a lot of traffic in the short term, but is the content that you’re generating really as useful as it could be? Would someone searching google five years from now really find this to be useful or informative?

    Which site gets more hits nowadays, the belly-up dotcom that spent millions on advertising on the 90s to drive traffic to their site or Philip Greenpun’s homepage, which is filled with fantastic content?

    If a legacy is what you’re looking for then focus generating good content that people genuinely want to read, not content that people just happen to read because it got linked to. Through the magic of the longtail the cream will eventually rise to the top.

    On the other hand, a point that Sid Stafford was trying to make was that great content doesn’t do any good if it never gets written because the author doesn’t think that anyone is reading.

    So as with most things, balance is the key. AUTHOR: EMAIL: wjs@joshstaiger.org URL: http://www.joshstaiger.org DATE: 02/13/2005 12:49:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Bloggercon on AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/12/2005 10:20:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I had a great time! Thanks to Lulu.com for the donuts! Here’s my contribution to the surely endless recaps that will ensue:

    http://pratie.blogspot.com/2005/02/triangle-bloggers-conference-2005.html AUTHOR: EMAIL: jane@mappamundi.com URL: http://pratie.blogspot.com DATE: 02/12/2005 10:20:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Reed read AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/12/2005 06:53:52 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, in sixth grade my school got a new band director and for the first time had a sixth grade band. He found a dusty old oboe in the band closet and asked around about who might be worthy. The answer was me! I played it for two years then gave it up. It was some kind of peer pressure. I was the only one playing the oboe! Horrors. I still regret it, even though we had to drive 2 hours to Dallas to get reeds and for sure it was never meant to be a marching instrument. AUTHOR: EMAIL: sally@ibiblio.org URL: http://greenespace.blogspot.com DATE: 02/12/2005 06:53:52 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Blog Together AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/11/2005 01:40:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blogging Week AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/11/2005 01:14:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bloggers brunch AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/09/2005 01:28:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I could be up for that. We don’t actually have to talk about scripting, right? ;}

    Too bad I can’t RSVP on Dave’s blog since he doesn’t take comments. :( AUTHOR: EMAIL: editor@orangepolitics.org URL: http://OrangePolitics.org DATE: 02/09/2005 01:28:09 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Freeze frame AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/09/2005 12:00:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Life just keeps changing AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/08/2005 04:53:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I am reminded of another NPR piece from last week on Apple’s new iPod ‘Shuffle’ player. Overwhelmingly, users of the Shuffle iPod tend to believe that the device is not actually selecting songs randomly. The story leads with one user who is convinced that his iPod favors Steely Dan songs. But in support of the engineers who designed the iPod, mathematicians have looked at the data and assure us that in fact songs are selected randomly. The trouble, they conclude, is that the human brain is not wired to recognize randomness. Likewise, I would add, we have a hard time accepting evolution, despite overwhelming scientific evidence. Our nature is to perceive design where there is none. AUTHOR: EMAIL: stephen.fraser@gmail.com URL: http://www.salutor.com DATE: 02/08/2005 04:53:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Home movies AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/08/2005 12:17:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: When silence isn't enough AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/07/2005 09:53:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Deep thoughts AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/07/2005 08:19:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: To be read AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/06/2005 03:21:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In the 90s AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/03/2005 03:40:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Welcome Indy readers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/03/2005 02:40:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I just learned that you organize the Raliegh MeetUp group so I wanted to introduce myself as I’m the Greensboro organizer.

    I wish you all the best in Chapel Hill on the 12th. I’d love to come but I’m promoting a concert in Burlington that night and the day job has me tied-up that morning. I’ll be with you in thought even though I can’t be there in person. AUTHOR: EMAIL: idleblogs@yahoo.com URL: http://www.bloggingpoet.com DATE: 02/03/2005 02:40:02 PM ----- COMMENT: Thanks, Billy. I hear your Greensboro MeetUp group is stronger than ours – we can’t seem to get more than 3 people together for a MeetUp. Hense the Triangle Bloggers Conference. I appreciate your good wishes. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 02/03/2005 02:40:02 PM ----- COMMENT: The conference will do wonders to get people to your meetups. After they all meet face to face and figure out that the left ain’t so bad and the right ain’t so bad then they’ll want to see more of each other. It was the August conference in Greensboro that kicked it off for us. AUTHOR: EMAIL: idleblogs@yahoo.com URL: http://www.bloggingpoet.com DATE: 02/03/2005 02:40:02 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Greener pastures AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/03/2005 12:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Links CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Doin' the shuffle AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/02/2005 11:22:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Piercing the virus AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/01/2005 09:13:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: did they really put dots between HIV too? and why did they list C first, then B? sloppy. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 02/01/2005 09:13:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Blogs, podcasts AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/31/2005 11:48:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: What an excellent analogy Anton! I’m so glad you get podcasting.

    Not being able to stretch their minds and explore new things is precisely what will force corporate media towards extinction. Understanding and openness to new ideas is the the key to the future.

    Do you think they know how serious some of us are about media reform? AUTHOR: EMAIL: anonbob@gmail.com URL: http://audioactivism.org DATE: 01/31/2005 11:48:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: More narratives AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/31/2005 12:10:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Links CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: NC needs more bees AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/28/2005 01:41:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Philip Johnson AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/26/2005 02:34:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,
    I caught that NPR story yesterday, which was great, and immediately thought of you and your trip to Connecticut my first year at JCU. What a special memory, even if only vicarious!

    Mary AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: DATE: 01/26/2005 02:34:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Shop talk AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/26/2005 02:21:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Dan Gillmor AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/26/2005 01:54:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Grunge AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/25/2005 11:06:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What would you take? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/23/2005 05:08:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I remember during my time in Guatemala that I devoured Paulo Coelho books…there was something about the mix of fantasy and purpose in the Alchemist and the Pilgrimage that was just right during those days. I think if there would be one album that I could have it would be Brand New Day by Sting. AUTHOR: EMAIL: badibradley@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 01/23/2005 05:08:00 PM ----- COMMENT: The Joshua Tree – U2. Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.
    Not sure whether I could do without the Internet. One of the cooler things about a 1992 solo trip through Indonesia and Thailand was the complete sense of being out of touch. I called home twice during eight weeks and sent regular letters. But there was no address to reach me. A scarcity to the communication that, in some ways, deepened the substance of letters written, etc. Most likely the last such deconnected time in this technically accelerating life-time. AUTHOR: EMAIL: thomaswhaines@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 01/23/2005 05:08:00 PM ----- COMMENT:

    Funny that Atlantic would post that graph. Ilived in Vanuatu for two years and knew I could not live without the internet so I brought my laptop, set up a free internet school account with the local isp. It made life easier on the island and the community ended up with a computer resource center to boot! The bummer part is when the volcano on the neighboring island blows ash on the solar panels that run the phones. That means…. no internet!

    AUTHOR: EMAIL: mrbackpacker@netzero.com URL: DATE: 01/23/2005 05:08:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: The Zuiker Five AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/22/2005 10:34:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Words to swear by AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/21/2005 09:28:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pro blog pro bono AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/21/2005 05:02:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Serializing credibility AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/21/2005 02:37:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: More bloggercon in the South AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/19/2005 09:17:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: At the seams AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/18/2005 01:42:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,
    Let me suggest that in this case, what might easily be interpreted as a problematic or otherwise negative “fraying at the seams” to the casual observer looks, sounds and smells utterly different to those of us on the inside of the phenomenon. I think it’s simply evidence of an incredible vitality, which has been there for some time, only now it’s all married to a wider awareness that this all matters to average people in fundamental ways. Even the most entrenched organs and standard-bearers of traditional journalism can’t credibly argue anymore that none of this means anything and that grassroots citizen media doesn’t change everything for media, community and democracy. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t incredible latent anger among those for whom a press pass and keys to a printing press were once the means by which they could wall themselves off from the rabble. And so they continue a sad kind of rear-guard campaign to try to marginalize the entire field of self-directed journalism and anyone who’s bold enough or foolish enough to imagine that they can try to find an audience without the permission of an editor or a nervous ad salesman who’s tied to the leash of a censorious publisher. Which of course only ratchets up the sound and fury on both sides even higher, in a process that keeps feeding on itself. But a new media order is being born as surely as was the case in the 20s with radio and the ‘50s with TV. And the anger and fury are just the cries of childbirth. As you know better than most, those momentary discomforts are forgotten once you hold the result in your hand, a lovely, healthy new baby… AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 01/18/2005 01:42:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Truth about Tourette's AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/18/2005 11:55:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: M-m-my professor AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/16/2005 11:24:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Feeds AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/14/2005 11:35:09 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Mighty me AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/13/2005 10:18:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: hey Anton! i noticed this a month ago and have been meaning to thank you for the plug – i think i waited because i am thinking about distributing Mighty Me myself to make it more economical to friends etc. anyway, i was wondering what your personal email address is
    ( i’ve misplaced it) so i can send you my announcement and ask for your help in getting it out “there” / again :)

    peace to you and your family, i hope that you are having a wonderful summer.

    brian AUTHOR: EMAIL: tobriand@sbcglobal.net URL: DATE: 01/13/2005 10:18:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Specs AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/13/2005 10:09:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Really, Tomahawk, WI? My family used to vacation there, too. Same years. We have old Super-8’s from those trips. I was probably wearing that same baseball cap, too! Your picture took me back. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 01/13/2005 10:09:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Triangle Bloggercon grows AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/13/2005 12:56:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Myrtle Beach sounds just fine. ;-}

    What are you doing to make sure the conference stays locally-focused and doesn’t get overwhelmed by the magnitude of Dan Gillmor?

    I wouldn’t be surprised if we get another 50 more people signing up now who mostly want to talk to, talk about, or hear from him. I know I’m already distracted by and looking forward to meeting him. AUTHOR: EMAIL: editor@orangepolitics.org URL: http://OrangePolitics.org DATE: 01/13/2005 12:56:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Ruby – good question. Moderators will be crucial to our discussions, especially since we’ll have a large group and lots of voices that want in on the dialogue. I’ll set the stage in my welcome remarks – the discussions should retain the local flavor and flair, but if the trail meanders, no problem. The theme of the conference is community, and community can span distances small and great. I hope you’ll have a lot to share about local community through local blogs – and I hope Dan and all other visitors listen to you. I contend that even the least well known among us can offer insight as to how to build community. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 01/13/2005 12:56:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Eating your words AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/12/2005 11:21:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Acquisition #3-04 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/12/2005 12:29:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blunder bigger than an avocado pit? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/10/2005 09:33:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Triangle Bloggers Conference updates AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/09/2005 09:19:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: anton, check out the discussion over on orangepolitics.org sparked by ruby’s mentioning your conference and the the local bloggers she knows. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 01/09/2005 09:19:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Footloose and fancy free AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/07/2005 02:54:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Mark your calendars: Gladwell in Durham AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/06/2005 04:32:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Salon selectives AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/05/2005 02:59:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Malia: 1 today AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/05/2005 02:31:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Happy Birthday little one! Anton, please give my sweet godchild a kiss and hug from me. I was thinking about her yesterday and how differenet she must be from when I saw her last spring. I heard some of the family thought she’s looking a bit like her godmother/auntie and I have to say that the photo here reminds me of one taken of me at Mount Rushmore. She truly is a sweet beautiful babe and I love that we share a look. Of course, it could be Anton, that you and I look a lot more alike than we ever thought. ;) AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 01/05/2005 02:31:59 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Terminally interested AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/02/2004 03:58:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 2005 now AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 01/01/2004 08:01:54 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Engagement AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/30/2004 12:10:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Northward bound AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/28/2004 11:53:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blog CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Capturing expression AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/27/2004 10:50:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Waves AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/27/2004 03:04:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Restoration AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/26/2004 01:05:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bloggers Conference Redux AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Great idea. Let me know how I can help! AUTHOR: EMAIL: robzelt@robzelt.com URL: http://www.robzelt.com/blog DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Please keep me posted AUTHOR: EMAIL: rdb11@alltel.net URL: http://sonsofthepioneers.blogspot.com/ DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: The Piedmont Bloggers Conference was organized by both Ed Cone and David Hoggard. It is also worth noting that attendees from the Triangle, and Chapel Hill in particular, made a real contribution to the dialogue. AUTHOR: EMAIL: patricke@bigfoot.com URL: http://www.patrickeakes.blogspot.com DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Patrick, thank you for correcting me on all three points: the name of the conference, Hoggard’s role in organizing the event, and the participation of the Triangle bloggers. I was there for that conference, and thoroughly enjoyed it. This Triangle Bloggers Conference is an attempt to build on the momentum in the Piedmont, and converge the rich Triangle blogging. I do hope there’s an interest – I thrive on conversation, and we bloggers are good a dialogue. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://mistersugar.com DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I’m in. Sounds interesting! AUTHOR: EMAIL: evan.zimmerman@gmail.com URL: http://ncblogs.com DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I would love to join you but I’m afraid I’ll be here: http://www.projectsteppingstone.com on Feb 12 as I am one of the show’s promoters.

    But be sure and tell me what you decide on and I’ll be happy to blog about it. AUTHOR: EMAIL: idleblogs@yahoo.com URL: http://www.bloggingpoet.com DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: We’re def into helping make this happen on the ibiblio.org school of journalism side. I’m teaching an emerging issues in information tech class in the spring so we will likely draw from that group too.
    Timing will depend some on the availability of rooms.
    How big a place (in seats) should we look for?
    And yes on webasting and podcasting as desired. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jones@unc.edu URL: http://ibiblio.org/pjones/blog DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Sounds good, Anton!

    I like the idea of ‘community.’ I think it’s sense of community (connections to other blogs, dialog and debate, hyperlinks) and the first-person voice that make blogs tick. AUTHOR: EMAIL: editor@orangepolitics.org URL: http://OrangePolitics.org DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: count me in AUTHOR: EMAIL: dbeller@nc.rr.com URL: http://reasonandradical.blogspot.com DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Cool idea. Let’s all get together.

    BTW, I’ve been podcasting since early September and diging it. Check this weeks Indy Week column, ‘The Monitor’ by Fiona Morgan featuring my blog AudioActivism.org.

    How about a Podcasting session? :) AUTHOR: EMAIL: brussell@ibiblio.org URL: http://www.audioactivism.org DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I’m in too, and I’m sure 1 or 2 of my friends will be as well. AUTHOR: EMAIL: alvin@alvinphillips.com URL: http://alvinphillips.com DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM ----- COMMENT: anton, have you seen this?

    MAJOR Revolution Underway As N.C. Paper Veers To Incorporate Blogging AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 12/23/2004 11:43:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: It's all in the pen AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/22/2004 11:04:09 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: If in Cleveland ... AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/22/2004 11:02:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ring dem bells AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/20/2004 09:02:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Another Zuiker boy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/18/2004 09:05:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: It's a pigpen AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/18/2004 12:35:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Vanuatu and surviving AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/17/2004 12:51:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Shelf life AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/16/2004 12:06:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Obits AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/13/2004 04:47:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Walking papers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/10/2004 12:39:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: whoa. digital communications. i’d feel better if it was a joint effort between english, communications, AND computer science. i should apply, just cause. i’m in a very applying mood lately. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 12/10/2004 12:39:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton,

    Truly a thing to be proud of. And not to be a stickler, but I think Erin’s family has 14, without her impending J.D.

    ;-) AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: DATE: 12/10/2004 12:39:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Kodak moment AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/09/2004 10:03:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Teapot AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/08/2004 08:51:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: The replacement for your teapot—Here ‘tis:
    http://www.enjoyingtea.com/wiyiclte.html

    or at least one very close.

    Check also funalliance.com. AUTHOR: EMAIL: 1000yroldpetroglyph@graffiti.net URL: DATE: 12/08/2004 08:51:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Travel narratives AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/07/2004 12:15:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,

    Great to have you pass by and to walk the winter Atlantic with you. Colette, an amateur of the vomiting art form, will be pleased to hear of such geographically audacious feats. (For her part, she sticks to the front of the onesy, while lying face up, face down or on her side on, or very close to, the floor.) Let’s keep the digital conversations flowing, at least when time allows. Until the next fireside chat… Cheers, Tom (with greetings from Julie.) AUTHOR: EMAIL: thomaswhaines@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 12/07/2004 12:15:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Storytime III AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/04/2004 08:27:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: i highly recommend rinsing with listerine to significantly speed the healing time of mouth sores. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org/ DATE: 12/04/2004 08:27:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: New digs AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 12/02/2004 04:13:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: AIDS, still AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/29/2004 12:08:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: No pass AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/25/2004 12:38:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: U2: Music to my ears AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/23/2004 09:50:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Interlude AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/22/2004 03:24:32 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I wish all the Zuikers nothing but good health and enjoyment as they gather to give thanks this weekend.—JE AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 11/22/2004 03:24:32 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Red pen for a red state AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/19/2004 05:31:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: When the Honda's gone AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/17/2004 04:31:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Links CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Watch that clip again – those are ‘Thriller’-era Michael Jackson dance moves. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 11/17/2004 04:31:06 PM ----- COMMENT: That was awesome. I want one. But it has to be able to do that. I wonder how much they charge for the dance package. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jaslusher@yahoo.com URL: http://www.jamesslusher.com DATE: 11/17/2004 04:31:06 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Publishing my thesis article AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/16/2004 11:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Clips CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Narratives of North Carolina Epidemiology AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/16/2004 10:59:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Medical journalism CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ohio GOP AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/16/2004 09:44:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What are you doing out there? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/16/2004 09:38:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Copycat AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/15/2004 03:56:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bald white man comic writer club AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/15/2004 10:22:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Links CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Battle of the Bulge AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/15/2004 10:17:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Scrap heap AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/14/2004 09:40:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Vanuatu ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Brothers in arms AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/12/2004 11:17:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Fewer AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/11/2004 09:10:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Josh Marshall also suggested the phrase “radical cleric” for Focus on the Family’s James Dobson, before realizing that he was a trained psychologist and not a an actual minister. Dobson supports hitting children. Here are the stats: 80-90% of the South believes parenting disclipine sometimes necessitates “a good, hard spanking” compared to South Atlantic (78%), Midwest (74%), New England (53%). Spanking is in the majority. But can schoolteachers also hit your kids? Depends where you live. Here is a map where corporal punishment is allowed in schools:
    http://www.stophitting.com/disatschool/facts.php#U.S. States Banning Corporal Punishment AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 11/11/2004 09:10:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Here I come to save the day AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/10/2004 09:49:49 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Crying in sign AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/07/2004 09:53:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Let's talk pigskin AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/05/2004 11:59:22 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Slop CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Don't look back AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/04/2004 03:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Deja vu AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/03/2004 08:25:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Slop CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Or side stepping the East Coast this time, how about Obama v. Jeb. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 11/03/2004 08:25:00 AM ----- COMMENT: My god, no! Not another Bush. Nearly 300 million Americans, and only one family can provide us a leader? We can’t join North Korea, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Morocco and others as a country with a dynasty. We’re a democratic republic, after all.

    On the other hand, it would be sweet justice for Obama to dash the dynasty against the rocks and in so doing become the first African-American President. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 11/03/2004 08:25:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Hopefully Jeb will be out of the picture then. He is not re-electable in Florida and maybe can fall out of the spotlight. Maybe all of his idiot brother’s decisions will tarnish the name. Of course, I thought that yesterday and look what happened. 13 million additional people voted and apparently they were complacent. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 11/03/2004 08:25:00 AM ----- COMMENT: not sure complacent is the word. i think the wedge issues are much greater than any of kerry’s supporters anticipated. we all knew they were out there, but i for one, am truly shocked that those who fight so fervently against “the war of the unborn” discount the war of the living. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/03/2004 08:25:00 AM ----- COMMENT: i’m just so disappointed in us. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 11/03/2004 08:25:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Color by numbers AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/03/2004 08:14:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Good grief, Anton. Are conservatives/Republicans really a “menace” to you, your family, and your way of life?

    *On a completely unrelated note, Jenny and I like the photos of Anna in her Halloween garb. Very cute. AUTHOR: EMAIL: Sales@flashbangfirearms.com URL: DATE: 11/03/2004 08:14:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Tommy, You bit. I thought you were still in the waters, waiting and watching like a canny old trout. I’m glad you’re still visiting the blog. My post about the red menace was an observation – I think that it’s remarkable that 15 years ago we were afraid of the “red Russians,” but now our own political map is colored with, you guessed it, red. And, no, I’m not equating today’s America with yesterday’s communism. I’m awed by the brilliance of Karl Rove and the Republicans and how they used wedge-issue ballot initiatives to get out the vote. But I also continue to be shocked by the sheer disingenuousness of George Bush. My parting thought? I don’t believe we should conserve compassion. And, any costumed kids on your horizon? AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuiker@gmail.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 11/03/2004 08:14:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Only the dog who was an adorable pumpkin for Halloween – to his great dismay!

    Careful about the “old” comment…Tommy turns 30 in another 9 days… AUTHOR: EMAIL: jkl3465@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 11/03/2004 08:14:00 AM ----- COMMENT: I think that your blog does the one thing that I am often starved for…genuine and learned discourse from the other “side.” It is quite obvious that being around a majority of “Bush or die” Marines can easily reinforce my political thoughts; however, your blog definitely deciphers the left/liberal/other side view. The red menace observation you made was a clever description, however, I don’t see the right/Republican/my side as being an entity to be afraid of. Any menace you see, I interpret as unfaltering solidarity in the party and identified ideals in which we stand by. This is further reinforced by delineated plans on what we, as the right/Republican/my side, will do about our views. This past election was interesting in that I didn’t know how John Kerry or John Edwards would execute their plan. Moreover, the Democratic Party has done the left/Liberal/your side, an injustice by allowing unfocused and disjointed rhetoric to permeate the campaign. The Kerry/Edwards ticket appeared, at least in my mind, to run on the exact opposite of what the Bush/Cheney campaign was promoting. There was no Democratic “agenda” or any effort over the past 2 years to create a party image. Going back to George Bush Sr., he started the New World Order idiom. At that time, the new world order, as Democrats saw it, was not working. Democrats didn’t believe that the last great American export was democracy. Though we were losing the trade wars, getting our butts kicked by the Japanese in the manufacturing of cars, VCRs, and computers, and having the Chinese undercut our manufacturing base through cheap labor, the Republicans continued to beat the “democratic world” drum. “Let’s make everyone a democracy and the world will be a better place!” The world wasn’t listening, nor was the public. George senior was trumped by a charismatic and image conscious Bill Clinton. This continued as long as it was legally possible, i.e. 8 years of the continued suave relationship President Clinton had with this country and the world. But during those 8 years, the Republican Party began the assent to the Presidency by continued talk about “Contracts with America” and “Compassionate Conservatism.” This broad based effort to identify “W” as the just one-of-the-guys image worked and quite frankly, I believe it. As naïve as it may be, “W” appears to be someone I’d like to have a beer with in my backyard and talk about baseball. I like George W. Bush. I don’t see any disingenuousness in him at all. His heart is on his sleeve and his conscious in his faith. I don’t see anything wrong with this at all.

    Post Script: The horizon is still bright. AUTHOR: EMAIL: Sales@flashbangfirearms.com URL: DATE: 11/03/2004 08:14:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: One more gets voted off AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/02/2004 09:31:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: What a beautifully, written article. One can almost taste the coconut juice and feel the warmth of the friendships! The world needs to read this masterpiece.

    Thank you for giving us such an intimate perspective of life on Vanuatu! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/02/2004 09:31:48 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Ballot initiative AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/02/2004 09:43:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Kerry in Cleveland, on his way to 1600 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/01/2004 09:40:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: As you wish AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/29/2004 09:59:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- EXCERPT: ----- -------- TITLE: Mr. Bush, did you order the code red? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/28/2004 04:06:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: When words collide AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/27/2004 11:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 91 years between them AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/26/2004 08:52:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Looking in on the poor AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/26/2004 08:44:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Into the West Wing AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/20/2004 04:51:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: We saw it too, but didn’t really tune in last year. Mary just got into the show with DVDs of the first two years (third is out Election Day). I like them funnier/wittier. It was a bit heavy. Stupid real world problems (shaking fist)! AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 10/20/2004 04:51:31 PM -----
-------- TITLE: My vote AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/19/2004 12:09:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Chicks at the state fair AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/19/2004 12:07:43 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Up in the air AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/18/2004 10:41:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hombre,
    You got to get out to Albuquerque for the huge balloon fest. I think it’s in Oct. Google it.

    It’s really cold when you get up in the a.m. as the sun breaks over the shadowy mountains to the east. Then you start hearing that WHOOOSHH, WHOOSSSSSSh sound, and as it gets lighter, you can see some of the durndest shapes you can imagine.

    One of the cool events is a mass burn “light up” one night. Also, somebody usually runs into a power line or something, but that’s show biz! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cafeboy@msn.com URL: DATE: 10/18/2004 10:41:21 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Wish list AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/18/2004 03:39:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Zen leadership AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/18/2004 01:43:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Reaching for the switch AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/18/2004 01:42:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Subway series AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/15/2004 02:24:27 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I'm off AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/15/2004 02:20:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tikes on trikes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/14/2004 10:24:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In the Chronicles AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/12/2004 09:38:29 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Voice in the wilderness AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/10/2004 09:26:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: Music ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hello,

    I am a Peace Corps volunteer based in Tahi village on Paama. Whenever I go to Liro I hear about you and Erin, and there is a new volunteer teaching at Vaum JSS (Tony Li). He is the 4th Peace Corps in Liro, and lives in Seniali. He replaced Dave Roberts who replaced Bryan. I started a Rural Training Center in Tahi a little over a year ago and will be finishing my service in November this year.

    Very surprised to come accross this webpage, looks like you haven’t forgotten about Paama. I’m sure you must keep in close contact with many people from the Liro area, as it had such a huge impact on your life from what I gather on this website.

    Ale, hemia nomo, be sipos yu wantem stori smol moa, yu save adress long aelan.

    More Vare!
    Jamie Tanguay (aka Jamie Boy) AUTHOR: EMAIL: oldmantanguay@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 10/10/2004 09:26:43 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Drawing imagination AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/07/2004 01:05:20 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Standing steady AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/07/2004 12:39:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Thank you babe. I have noticed many a chuckle from drivers in my rearview mirror. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker URL: DATE: 10/07/2004 12:39:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Wantoks bak agen AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/06/2004 11:36:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Duke University Medical Center AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/05/2004 03:25:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Medical journalism CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Required reading AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/05/2004 09:33:28 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Si hay lluvia AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 10/01/2004 04:49:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Recognizing greatness AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/28/2004 08:22:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: iTunes #8: From the third floor AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/28/2004 08:00:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Waiting for the sun AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/28/2004 02:10:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Why not smile? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/27/2004 02:22:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton! I totally remember that piece on NPR. I’ve always had much greater appreciation for the musical genius of the Beach Boys since hearing that report. I look forward to this next one.

    Thanks for the link! AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 09/27/2004 02:22:07 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Little Sibs Weekend AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/24/2004 11:12:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ethics in journalism AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/21/2004 10:29:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Survivor Vanuatu: which islands AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/20/2004 11:52:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Wantoks AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/18/2004 04:25:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: iTunes #7: Don't have to put on the red light AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/17/2004 11:15:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Survivor Vanuatu AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/16/2004 08:19:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: Media ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: So, you’re batching it and all you’ve managed to do is tear down your CPU and catch a cold? Now I see why you need Erin around all the time.

    I really emphasise with your trepidation about seeing your beloved islands highjacked by media ijets, especially since all the people there probably will gain is a few more bucks for breadfruit for a week and a couple of imported diseases. White Man’s burden, eh?

    When I tried to return to the Marshall Islands (PCV: 1966-68), I learned you really can’t go home again. The people are just as friendly, but the leaders had pretty much paved over the once-tranquil district center and fumes-belching autos and trucks had overrun the atoll, as had AIDS. I learned that the school we’d helped fund and build on an out island where we lived was in ruins. Of course, the leaders were living in air-conditioned luxury. And my momma always wanted to know why I’d become so cynical.

    Still, ‘tis better to have gone and tried than to bomb and murder. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cafeboy@msn.com URL: DATE: 09/16/2004 08:19:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Here’s my link, if you get reeeeaaal bored. I still need a decent strip across the top. Can I steal your island scene? (Just kidding.) AUTHOR: EMAIL: cafeboy@msn.com URL: http://elcomanchero.blogspot.com/ DATE: 09/16/2004 08:19:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: iTunes #6: Nothing accidental about my love AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/16/2004 12:41:21 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: maybe try fedora core

    if things don’t work out, give me a buzz, i’ll swing by. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 09/16/2004 12:41:21 AM -----
-------- TITLE: iTunes #5 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/14/2004 08:20:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: iTunes #4 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/10/2004 11:28:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: iTunes #3 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/10/2004 01:02:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: okay, here’s my humble submission.
    i know it’s a bit dated, maybe a little cheesy, but my favorite song of late is ELO’s Mr. Blue Sky. It was used in the trailor for Adaptation (great film) and it’s been stuck in my brain for about a year and a half. I can’t write a lovely commentary on it, but much like Nena’s 99 Red Balloons, it is peppy, sad, dramatic, stirring, and makes you wanna dance, all at once. some things just don’t go out of style. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 09/10/2004 01:02:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: 63 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/09/2004 09:57:04 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: iTunes #2 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/08/2004 10:29:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Music CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Daughter AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/07/2004 11:57:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Music ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton:

    I’d recommend some Holly Cole – in particular I Can See Clearly Now or Alison ...

    Actually, if you like her, the entire album is worth buying – although I’m a bit biased, as she’s one of my favorites AUTHOR: EMAIL: ryan@textdrive.com URL: http://ryanschwartz.net/ DATE: 09/07/2004 11:57:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I found this song not too long ago and I find myself thinking about it every so often. You may enjoy it—Taj Mahal—Farther on Down the Road. AUTHOR: EMAIL: badibradley@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 09/07/2004 11:57:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton,

    I have 3 recommendations:

    Intergalactic (Beastie Boys) – a tune that will definately get your booty shakin

    Sweetest thing (U2) – when a brown eyed girl meets a blue eyed boy this song is pure fun

    Soak up the Sun (Sheryl Crowe) – our whole family dances to this rousing and cheer-inducing tune.

    Yes, they are all popular songs, but there’s nothing wrong with that if it puts a smile on your face and a quake in your tush.

    B AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 09/07/2004 11:57:00 PM ----- COMMENT: I’ll recommend three songs, also. All are current favorites of mine and are vastly different in style:

    1) “Nothing At All”, by Rob Dougan, on “Furious Angels”. I’ve been listening to this one non-stop for nearly a year.

    2) “Christmas Steps”, by Mogwai, from “Come On Die Young”. I was just introduced to Mogwai and love their music.

    3) “Days”, by David Bowie, from “Reality” (I believe that’s the right album. This has long been one of my favorites ever since the album’s release.)

    Dougan became exceedingly popular when a mix of his “Clubbed to Death” song was released with the soundtrack to the Matrix. He’s quite obviously still in the opening stages of his career and doesn’t hold a candle to Craig Armstrong (who his music, though not vocal style) emulates the most, but he’s still an excellent artist in his own right.

    All of these are a far cry from my typical musical taste (which tends towards punk (old-school, SoCal variety), metal, and classical. They’re all well worth checking out, and are all available on iTunes (which is where I bought them, myself.) AUTHOR: EMAIL: cnladd@gmail.com URL: DATE: 09/07/2004 11:57:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Three words: OVER THE RHINE.

    I can recommend two songs off of their most recent studio album, Ohio:

    “Nobody Number One”: In my alternate universe, this would be a number one hit. However, since you can download this song free of charge, save your money and move on to…

    “She”: a heartrending, powerful ballad about a woman who fights against, and ultimately succumbs to, a self-destructive relationship.

    Karin and friends have done a lot of praiseworthy work, so you couldn’t go wrong by snapping up any of it. iTMS has only three of their more-recent albums, and Ohio can only be purchased as individual songs (because the album is, for some reason I cannot fathom, incomplete on iTMS). There are also lots of MP3s scattered throughout their site, so have fun sampling. AUTHOR: EMAIL: scott.parkerson@gmail.com URL: http://www.smerpology.org/sprocket/ DATE: 09/07/2004 11:57:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Do turtles play chess? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/07/2004 12:26:40 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: For a solid week, I tried to play chess with Mary, even going as far as to rush out and buy a pretty chess board. While we played, Mary was distraught by my “despicable” attempts at winning and my penchant for using both offense and defense. Our feverish play was spirited, but brief. We just as quickly phased off of chess and into Michener (Alaska and The Covenant).

    Please tell Anna that I like turtles too, but I can’t watch them on television, because my dog is insane. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 09/07/2004 12:26:40 AM ----- COMMENT: I was only distraught at the bloodthirsty manner in which Michael plays chess. While I prefer to move all the pieces around until an opening presents itself, Michael choses the sweeping hand of death, taking everything and anything in his path. Maybe this says something about our personalities and how we approach problem solving. Maybe this could account for why Michael makes twice as much money as I do. Or, just maybe, I’m intensely competetive and don’t like losing.

    Regardless, I agree with the last statement and hope that Anna can meet Sadie soon because I think she’d find her television antics hilarious. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: DATE: 09/07/2004 12:26:40 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Carroll news AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/02/2004 11:42:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Where's that again? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/02/2004 04:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ketchup update AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/02/2004 03:49:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Another breezer AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 09/02/2004 03:42:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Card me AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/31/2004 08:11:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Anna likes ketchup AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/31/2004 01:41:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Beholding the mote AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/31/2004 12:12:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Media ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Friends:
    The pertinent question might be “Which newspapers?”

    Go here for an example of bravery in the face of deceit.

    http://www.startribune.com/stories/1519/4952080.html AUTHOR: EMAIL: cafeboy@msn.com URL: DATE: 08/31/2004 12:12:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Passing lanes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/25/2004 09:54:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Lousy poetry AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/24/2004 12:18:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: and how could i not chuckle? AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 08/24/2004 12:18:00 AM ----- COMMENT: I got a little red in the face just reading it! Will there be a new “adult” section of this page? If so, please keep me posted! AUTHOR: EMAIL: saipanjbr@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 08/24/2004 12:18:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Speaking of stories AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/22/2004 12:28:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tales AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/22/2004 12:22:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Heroes and observations AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/19/2004 11:36:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: Readings ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: i walked across franklin street to grab some lunch, walked right across the recently paved road, there were no cars coming in either direction, and i stepped on the dash of a white dotted line. and it was surprisingly thick. i thought i had stepped on ‘something’. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/ DATE: 08/19/2004 11:36:00 AM ----- COMMENT: i noticed yesterday that even though i live in Boston, a relatively cosmopolitan town, i had a more diverse group of friends and aquaintances in my all-girls catholic high school. then, i had friends who were hindu, muslim, catholic, baptist, and jewish. now, i know no one (either friend or co-worker) who isn’t some variation of lapsed catholic or episcopalian.

    i realized all this because i’m reading a book about islam and wanted a first hand perspective, but i have no one to ask. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaffey@masshist.org URL: DATE: 08/19/2004 11:36:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: In the Chronicles AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/18/2004 09:39:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 30 seconds is all it takes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/17/2004 05:09:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Shopping spree AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/16/2004 10:10:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Poet. AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/16/2004 03:24:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Red hot buy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/16/2004 03:13:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Java virgin no more AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/16/2004 12:30:52 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Really? Well, welcome to the world of the wonder drug. If my wife wasn’t the same way, I’d be even more surprised. Fresh from the rolling hills of Latin America – the hot drink that swept the world. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 08/16/2004 12:30:52 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Specs AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/13/2004 01:04:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Slop CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Look around AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/11/2004 04:09:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 8 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/10/2004 12:16:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Special days CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I can hardly believe it has been 8 years already! You certainly haven’t let any grass grow under your feet. You are a remarkable couple.. and wonderful individuals! God bless you! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 08/10/2004 12:16:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Power AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 08/08/2004 10:47:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: Housecalls ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ma's Vacation AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/31/2004 09:48:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: so cute AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/ DATE: 07/31/2004 09:48:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Perhaps, looking at the Vatican letter from an international perspective might shed light on what Pope John Paul is really saying.

    As an American one might immediately think that the Vatican is attacking women’s right to hold a viable position in the workforce. We, Americans, traditionally have a most self-centered view of ourselves individually and collectively. Let’s take a step back and check out the scene from a more global stance.

    1) The Vatican has, and does, employ women in high positions, i.e. Harvard law professor Mary Ann Glendon, who holds the highest Vatican post ever held by a woman, head of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.

    2) U.S. Catholics are only 6% of the world’s 1 billion Catholics. Pope John Paul is quite familiar with the plight of women. He is more familiar with “the sight of women shoveling snow, cleaning toilets,” etc., however, than he is with women in their plush American offices. One would venture to say that he is even more concerned about women than American women are. His view is not so limited or so narrow.

    3) Additionally, the Pope is pushing for men to be able to hold the traditional (6,000 years) role of being the main provider of the family—enabling the mother to be in the home providing the nurturing of the children. Statistically, the global scene is a clear indicator that such is not the case in most of the world. For American women to choose to be in the workplace is just that—a choice. For their global counterparts it is not a choice but rather a burden they must bear.

    4) Feminism is not the same as femininity. Once America – males and females – understand that then, perhaps, the plight of women worldwide will be recognized. An added advantage might also be that our American family structure will be healthier. Certainly, once understood, the attacks and the sabotage on the good that the Vatican is attempting to produce, will hopefully end. Once understood, the self-centeredness of the “American Catholic” might give way for the true sense of being “Catholic” to come into being. Then…. rather than waving protest banners against the Vatican…. one will grab hold of and begin waving the banner which the Vatican has been waving all along. The Vatican is all about family: father, mother, children. The Vatican is all about male and female rights. The Vatican is all about masculinaty and femininity.

    It’s time the “American Catholic” get with the picture. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 07/31/2004 09:48:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Let's paddle AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/24/2004 11:31:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Right of way AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/24/2004 11:19:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: As promised AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/24/2004 12:22:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: "Failure of imagination" ≠ Tom Clancy AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/22/2004 04:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: “To get an idea of how lame an official response this is, consider the one event in modern U.S. history most frequently compared to 9-11: the Pearl Harbor attacks. As a New York Times story notes, “the investigation after World War II into the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor led to the National Security Act of 1947, which established the C.I.A., consolidated the rival Army and Navy Departments into a single Defense Department, created an independent Air Force and created the National Security Council to coordinate policy.”

    By comparison, the 9-11 report issued only one major structural recommendation: the creation of a “high level intelligence director” that would report to the President, a recommendation already opposed by most of the affected agencies and by senior members of Congress and the White House. It isn’t likely to happen.”

    In their defense, they were rushed and totally under funded. See the whole column.
    http://www.commondreams.org/views04/0726-07.htm AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 07/22/2004 04:05:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Field guides AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/21/2004 03:07:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Do you have a lot of gnats in NC? This past week, after some rains, I’ve noticed them for the first time in this part of Texas. Annoying little buggers. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 07/21/2004 03:07:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Now that you mention it, I remember my walk was challenged by skin irritation. Felt like no-see-ums. Not sure if it was bugs or just the humidity. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 07/21/2004 03:07:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Announcement AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/20/2004 11:37:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Summer AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/19/2004 08:32:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: So that's where it is AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/19/2004 04:26:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: Places ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Moving pictures AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/17/2004 11:39:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Films CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On the verge of tears AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/13/2004 09:54:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Slop CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Through my eyes AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/09/2004 04:32:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Believe it, or not AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/09/2004 08:44:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, Snopes is always a good place to check for things like this. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://justinsomnia.org DATE: 07/09/2004 08:44:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Show me your smile AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/08/2004 11:20:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Marking twain AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/08/2004 10:38:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Wildwood flower AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/08/2004 03:24:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: AIDS Corps AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/08/2004 09:48:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Reading, for later AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/06/2004 07:43:05 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Where to eat AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 07/01/2004 10:13:54 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: anton,

    now you guys can stop worrying about the floor.

    it’s like the ding on your bicycle or new car—you freak out until it happens and then when it does you realize that you can’t control everything, move on, and enjoy your dinged car. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 07/01/2004 10:13:54 AM ----- COMMENT: My vote goes to El Dorado. It’s right at your exit, and I suppose “fairly authentic” is good enough for us gringos. Hope to be able to visit by year’s end. I’ll bring my floor-gouge-replacement kit… AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 07/01/2004 10:13:54 AM ----- COMMENT: John, I’ll visit El Dorado this week to make sure the tortilla chips are crispy enough for my pals. You’re welcome to visit us anytime. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 07/01/2004 10:13:54 AM ----- COMMENT: I scratched the countertop in the new place with a loose screw on the bottom of the microwave and it really bothered me for a week (Ok, maybe longer) but I don’t notice anymore. Same with that dog who marked up our brand new leather couch. Don’t notice it now. Time heals. And besides, imagine the damage Anna and Malia will do. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 07/01/2004 10:13:54 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Good deed AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/28/2004 10:48:29 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Calling mistersugar AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/28/2004 07:10:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Not again AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/28/2004 04:50:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Slop CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Is this where I post about the Durham restaurants we should visit together? AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 06/28/2004 04:50:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: New wheels all around AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/26/2004 05:36:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Does the red wagon have power steering?

    Radio Flyer, a Chicago classic. See the 15,000 pound version in front of Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry:
    http://www.radioflyer.com/history/history1990.html AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 06/26/2004 05:36:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: What's under the house? AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/23/2004 05:02:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Operator, operator AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/23/2004 04:17:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Boxing day AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/19/2004 12:23:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: First glances AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/17/2004 07:10:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: “Storian,” I love it. The place looks beautiful! Great trees. Nice finish work. Can’t wait to join you for a glass of ice tea in the backyard. Go, Go, Go. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 06/17/2004 07:10:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Rice AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/17/2004 09:42:48 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Testing the pictures AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/13/2004 06:40:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Wow. Nice house. Can’t wait to see it. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 06/13/2004 06:40:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Looks good. The pics change on command. Garden looks great. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 06/13/2004 06:40:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Climbing the wall AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/12/2004 04:18:59 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Joys of homeownership #1 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/10/2004 05:30:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Housecalls CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Site updates AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 06/03/2004 07:10:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Media CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blog on AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/27/2004 10:50:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Smoke signals AUTHOR: DATE: 05/27/2004 10:38:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I'm proud of you Nick. You're a great example.

    Matt Z AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 05/27/2004 10:38:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Back again AUTHOR: DATE: 05/21/2004 06:47:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Slop CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Prayers AUTHOR: DATE: 05/08/2004 11:07:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Claire and I thank you for your kind remembrance of Claire's mother, Gertrude Butkovich. AUTHOR: EMAIL: bobclarg@att.net URL: DATE: 05/08/2004 11:07:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Travels AUTHOR: DATE: 05/08/2004 11:01:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Congratulations, Anton, on graduation. Enjoy your vacation! AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 05/08/2004 11:01:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Welcome, child AUTHOR: DATE: 05/02/2004 09:44:24 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Malia, May God bless you and keep you as the "apple of His Eye" all your days. May you live life to the full knowing that you are loved and that you are precious! Grandma Cheryl AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 05/02/2004 09:44:24 AM ----- COMMENT: Its been a long time sins i looked at zuiker chronicles, so therefor a very late congratulate from Holland AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@quicknet.nl URL: DATE: 05/02/2004 09:44:24 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Secret ingredient AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/01/2004 06:53:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Slop CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Malia,
    May God bless you and keep you as the "apple of His Eye" all your days. May you live life to the full knowing that you are loved and that you are precious!
    Grandma Cheryl AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 05/01/2004 06:53:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Its been a long time sins i looked at zuiker chronicles, so therefor a very late
    congratulate from Holland AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@quicknet.nl URL: DATE: 05/01/2004 06:53:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Pictures from Paama AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/01/2004 06:32:46 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Travel writing CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sack Bush? AUTHOR: DATE: 04/24/2004 09:08:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, your distaste for President Bush and the current administration is clear. However, it is all too simple to criticize and much more difficult to devise a better solution. I am interested to hear how you (granted, now with the benefit of hindsight) would have dealt with the aftermath of the events of September 11. If you could be our country's architect, what would your path of action be for counteracting terrorism? Please do share your thoughts. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jkl4@po.cwru.edu URL: DATE: 04/24/2004 09:08:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Jenny - Good question. Back on Sept. 14, 2001, I wrote this: "Evil destroyed this week, but I'm determined to find the tools to build, rebuild and repair. That's our society's challenge, too, as we search for ways to exact vengeance and justice. Our military might is to be unsheathed, and rightly so ..." [full entry is at http://daily.zuiker.com/chronicle/2001/09/erin_and_i_trav.html] We were right to go into Afghanistan. But the Bush Administration's lack of focus - its fixation on Saddam Hussein - leaves us with little peace in Afghanistan and still no Osama bin Laden. Focus. That's what we needed from George Bush. When you look back on the last two-and-a-half years, what do you see? I'm interested in your opinion. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: DATE: 04/24/2004 09:08:00 AM ----- COMMENT: Anton,

    "Fixation" on Saddam Hussein? How does this not equate to focus? I don't understand what you mean by our President’s lack thereof.

    If there is a fatal flaw for President Bush (and yes, Anton, I know you think that there is more than one) it is that he is too focused on the war on terrorism. I feel that he has devoted himself to ensure an event like September 11th never happens again. He is committed, just as the Al Qaeda network is in destroying our way of life, to crushing terrorism. He is molding our future as the Commander in Chief, rather than the President of the United States of America. For those not indoctrinated in the military, it is foreign to be led by such an individual. For those that are, it is refreshing. It is refreshing to know that decisions are made and actions taken with strength and conviction, instead of hesitancy and ambivalence. He is a leader, not a politician. This, I truly believe will become his legacy. In stark comparison to President Bush’s leadership style was former President Clinton. Review the Blackhawk down incident. We withdrew and never looked back. We told the world that you can shoot down our helicopters and dishonor our servicemen by dragging their corpses and feel no consequences. Clinton knew that Somalia wouldn’t reap the benefits and shirked his duties as the leader of the free world to bring those responsible to justice. He was the politician.

    Who do you want when the stakes are your life, liberty and pursuit of happiness? The leader or politician?

    As far as the last two and a half years are concerned, I see an administration that has learned that the only safeguard that will ensure our protection from those that are committed to harm us is a preemptive posture. All of the bold, decisive moves that have been made in Afghanistan, Iraq, the Horn of Africa, and the Philippines are direct reflections of these policies. Change does not come easy, nor is it instantaneous. However, it can be audacious, bold, and daring. The past two and a half years may seem like an eternity to the fast-food, 9-second sound bite public; however, when you’re liberating the world from terrorism, it just may take a little longer.

    What did you expect after September 11th and these past two and a half years? I’d really like to know.

    Semper Fidelis. AUTHOR: EMAIL: Giannidog@centurytel.net URL: DATE: 04/24/2004 09:08:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: ‘Narratives of HIV’ raises awareness at Carolina AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 04/23/2004 03:18:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Clips CATEGORY: Medical journalism ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Family histories AUTHOR: DATE: 04/22/2004 08:02:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Family CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What terrorism? AUTHOR: DATE: 04/19/2004 07:35:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: isn't is a little recursive that the freakin' "department of homeland security" (oh how i hate the word homeland, what is this, nazi germany?) has a terrorism task force.

    umm, aren't they supposed to be the terrorism task force? AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 04/19/2004 07:35:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: 31 AUTHOR: DATE: 04/18/2004 08:36:50 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Happy birthday, Erin!
    You deserve the treatment set for a queen today! Have a great day!
    Love, Cheryl AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/18/2004 08:36:50 AM ----- COMMENT: happy b-day.
    drink one for me too! AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 04/18/2004 08:36:50 AM ----- COMMENT: Congratulations to Erin and Anton on their accomplishments while at UNC. You two make me feel as if I am standing still! Don't know how you do it all with such grace and humor. Erin, we suppport you as you take on your next task of law school. It won't be easy but you'll never have to look back and say "what if". And Anton, good luck on finding a job you'll love! Our prayers are with you always. Mom AUTHOR: EMAIL: seansc@msn.com URL: DATE: 04/18/2004 08:36:50 AM -----
-------- TITLE: 3 AUTHOR: DATE: 04/17/2004 07:14:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Happy Birthday, Anna! I hope you had a happy birthday with lots of sunshine, friends, and mama and papa!

    Miss you! Love, Grandma Cheryl AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/17/2004 07:14:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Job searching AUTHOR: DATE: 04/16/2004 08:04:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The price AUTHOR: DATE: 04/16/2004 06:19:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: PDB AUTHOR: DATE: 04/13/2004 10:46:26 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Exposure AUTHOR: DATE: 04/11/2004 04:39:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Read me AUTHOR: DATE: 04/09/2004 06:44:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: i just finished "baudolino" by umberto eco (his latest). just fantastic. he always is. but if you haven't liked his early work, this is very different. lighter.

    i just started "devil in the white city" and i'm already obsessed. it's the kind of book that you want to take with you to parties in case there's a dull moment.

    one of the best things in life (i think) is finishing a book and immediately going to the shelf to pick out a new one. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 04/09/2004 06:44:28 PM ----- COMMENT: Seeing that 'Devil In The White City' is a constant image for me on Chicago commuter trains. People are so obsessed with it here, that my brother, a Chicago historian, decided that he had better read it! Chicago (the home of the Oprah book club) also does a bi-monthly (or so) city-wide book club, where they stock up on a single book in all the libraries. http://www.chipublib.org/003cpl/oboc/oboc.html The number-one American city for new book-buyers (per capita) is Anchorage. Chicago is not high on that list, but they are near the top of library book-borrowers. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 04/09/2004 06:44:28 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Peter, Jesus and Paul AUTHOR: DATE: 04/05/2004 07:06:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Firefighter's Tale AUTHOR: DATE: 04/05/2004 07:01:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Defensive AUTHOR: DATE: 04/05/2004 07:01:39 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 34 AUTHOR: DATE: 04/02/2004 04:53:29 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Happy Birthday my love. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/02/2004 04:53:29 AM -----
-------- TITLE: 58 AUTHOR: DATE: 03/27/2004 06:31:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Mom,

    We love you, happy birthday. You did a great job raising your clan of boys. It was not easy. Thank you for all the sacrafices that you made for all of us. Happy Birthday.

    Chris AUTHOR: EMAIL: czuiker@sbcglobal.net URL: DATE: 03/27/2004 06:31:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Love you mom,

    Happy birthday

    matt AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 03/27/2004 06:31:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Dear Mrs. Z,
    The proof of a cook's skills are in the admiring oohs and ahs emanating from the dining room table. And a mom's success is registered in the lives of her children. And on that scale, you rate a world-class score. A deeply happy birthday to you.
    Best wishes and peace,
    Anton's friend John Ettorre AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 03/27/2004 06:31:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Happy Birthday, Cheryl.
    -Tom Michael AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael@zuiker.com_nospam URL: DATE: 03/27/2004 06:31:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Hot spots AUTHOR: DATE: 03/26/2004 06:47:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sounds of silence AUTHOR: DATE: 03/22/2004 07:13:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, I continue to be amazed by your energy, your enthusiasm, and your positive attitude in the face on the onslaught of crowded agendas. Congratulations on your successful endeavors!
    Mom. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/22/2004 07:13:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: The big time AUTHOR: DATE: 03/14/2004 05:14:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: just make sure you get some rest...if you haven't got your health, you haven't got anything. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 03/14/2004 05:14:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton, two words: Red Bull. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tom@zuiker.com_nospam URL: DATE: 03/14/2004 05:14:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Inconceivable! AUTHOR: EMAIL: tom@zuiker.com_nospam URL: DATE: 03/14/2004 05:14:00 PM ----- COMMENT: That word you keep you using. I do not think it means what you think it does. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 03/14/2004 05:14:00 PM ----- COMMENT: The seminar is great, very impressive.

    You are a good father as well I guess. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zhu_huanian@yahoo.com URL: http://zhuhuanian.fotopages.com DATE: 03/14/2004 05:14:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Listening AUTHOR: DATE: 03/13/2004 04:07:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blue on blue AUTHOR: DATE: 03/09/2004 05:35:49 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,

    BEcause Dennis holds 4 tickets to the first and second round of the NCAA tourney here in the "Flo the Schaeffer house offically has college hoops fever (add to that the prospects of hosting a #1 team and the chance that BC might be playing here). I'll pass the link onto Den and hope that you'll find a small way to celebrate your soon-to-be alma mater's road through the tourney :) AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@acsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 03/09/2004 05:35:49 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Sisco pics AUTHOR: DATE: 03/02/2004 07:24:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hello my last name is Sisco TOO! AUTHOR: EMAIL: gunslinger46@msn.com URL: DATE: 03/02/2004 07:24:20 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Plastic or glass? AUTHOR: DATE: 03/02/2004 06:18:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: okay, first of all, it's called "product" and anton your hair looks fine compared to the claffro that i'm married to.

    secondly, i always get the feeling that, after awhile, plastic retains germs. the question i have thought is whether you can taste a difference between milk out of a carton or plastic bottle? AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 03/02/2004 06:18:01 PM ----- COMMENT: Mary, we buy milk in good ole glass bottles, and it tastes mighty fine. Except for the times when 'product' falls out of someone's hair and into the milk. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 03/02/2004 06:18:01 PM ----- COMMENT: We like to drink out of little tiny glasses. Usually, rum or tequila. Sometimes vodka and aguardiente (Colombian liquor).

    In my recent ecotoxicology and pollution course, I learned that all containers should be rinsed several times before using them for refreshment. Even the Nalgene lexane bottles that us tree-huggers use as a trademark contain lots of nasty stuff when new.

    CHEERS! AUTHOR: EMAIL: aaronhutchins@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 03/02/2004 06:18:01 PM ----- COMMENT: I've never seen the show but Ted Allen, one of the hosts, used to invite me to his monthly writers' get-togethers in Chicago, usually held at swanky bars; he wore hipster clothes even back then. Then last night my friend Judy reminded me that the three of us (Ted Allen, Judy, and I) went to some meeting to plan some big parody/roast/talent-show for Chicago writers. I have absolutely no recollection of this. She tried to refresh my memory for 15 minutes but I don't remember a thing. Ah, so what's the point--well, I guess I'm just name-dropping, pure and simple. And I'm ashamed that I've just done that. Sorry everybody... AUTHOR: EMAIL: tom@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/02/2004 06:18:01 PM ----- COMMENT: does name-dropping work if others don't know who the 'name' is? AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 03/02/2004 06:18:01 PM ----- COMMENT: Geez, Mary, get with it. I'm told this is the among the most popular programs on TV! I guess we should watch it, huh? Then again, I never saw "Sex In The City" in it's 5-year-run and I think I'm still OK. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tom@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/02/2004 06:18:01 PM ----- COMMENT: Mary and Tom,
    I must say I have spent quite a bit of time of late (up late) watching mindless television while nursing our adorable baby. Queer Eye has become a family favorite, it is actually quite clever and utterly hilarious. The guys are hsyterical and the straight guys they find live abominably and are shameless when years of dust bunnies, shower mildew and kitchen mold are revealed. The Fab 5 have the same effect of a good woman for most straight guys. And they do affirm that gay guys simply dress better and have loads more style than most straight guys I know. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/02/2004 06:18:01 PM ----- COMMENT: if it's a 'family favorite', what does anna think of it? can you tell if she has her mom or dad's sense of style? i know she's particular about her socks, but are these informed opinions, or just the fashion irrationality of a three-year-old?
    just remember this: like math skills, fashion sense is shaped at an early age and, once lost, is irretrievable without professional intervention. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 03/02/2004 06:18:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Still driving AUTHOR: DATE: 03/02/2004 04:34:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Branching out AUTHOR: DATE: 02/27/2004 07:56:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Stories that inspire AUTHOR: DATE: 02/27/2004 10:40:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cyclone alert AUTHOR: DATE: 02/24/2004 06:27:46 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Virginia Sisco obit AUTHOR: DATE: 02/17/2004 05:40:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sound the horns AUTHOR: DATE: 02/15/2004 06:18:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Going Home AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 02/15/2004 05:54:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cheney changin’ AUTHOR: DATE: 02/14/2004 07:32:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 11 AUTHOR: DATE: 02/14/2004 10:47:41 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: whenever michael and i are debating something and he is losing, he just says, "but they go to 11."
    cracks me up every time. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 02/14/2004 10:47:41 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Get yer music here AUTHOR: DATE: 02/13/2004 07:07:31 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Award to Anthony AUTHOR: DATE: 02/12/2004 07:09:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Wow! Congrats to Anthony! AUTHOR: EMAIL: paulseth@earthlink.net URL: http://pauldavidson.blogs.com DATE: 02/12/2004 07:09:50 PM -----
-------- TITLE: More than just a movie AUTHOR: DATE: 02/11/2004 07:35:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Congratulations Anton. I am very proud of you. The film and the cause are hugely important. One powerful message of the film is that when the history of HIV/AIDS is written, we will be judged harshly by our global inaction to this point. Now is the time to act because millions are dying and millions more are becoming infected. What can you do? Write your representatives, see the film, volunteer at a hospice, talk to your kids, your friends, your colleagues about this global crisis. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/11/2004 07:35:58 PM -----
-------- TITLE: New H.I.V. Test Identifies Cases in College Students AUTHOR: DATE: 02/11/2004 09:25:12 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: HIV narratives AUTHOR: DATE: 02/10/2004 10:53:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Shall we share? AUTHOR: DATE: 02/09/2004 05:33:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Interesting blog, does this site get lots of activity or is it usually slow around here? AUTHOR: EMAIL: chainedme@lycos.com URL: http://www.3333.ws/ DATE: 02/09/2004 05:33:52 PM -----
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    COMMENT: All we entertainment wise is watch food network once the girls are sleeping. Are you in the shoot? AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 02/08/2004 05:18:37 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Destination AUTHOR: DATE: 02/06/2004 05:24:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: News release for HIV series AUTHOR: DATE: 02/06/2004 09:46:38 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 26 AUTHOR: DATE: 02/06/2004 07:11:16 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Week-end notes AUTHOR: DATE: 02/06/2004 07:09:41 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: No dice AUTHOR: DATE: 02/04/2004 12:31:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tax paradise AUTHOR: DATE: 01/30/2004 05:23:56 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Interesting blurb on how taxes work. . .

    This is a VERY simple way to understand the tax laws. Read on -- it does make you think.

    Let's put tax cuts in terms everyone can understand. Suppose that every day, ten men go out for dinner. The bill for all ten comes to $100. If they paid their bill the way we pay our taxes, it would go something like this:

    The first four men — the poorest — would pay nothing; the fifth would pay $1, the sixth would pay $3, the seventh $7, the eighth $12, the ninth $18, and the tenth man — the richest — would pay $59.

    That's what they decided to do. The ten men ate dinner in the restaurant every day and seemed quite happy with the arrangement — until one day, the owner threw them a curve (in tax language a tax cut).

    "Since you are all such good customers," he said, "I'm going to reduce the cost of your daily meal by $20." So now dinner for the ten only cost $80.00.

    The group still wanted to pay their bill the way we pay our taxes. So the first four men were unaffected. They would still eat for free. But what about the other six — the paying customers? How could they divvy up the $20 windfall so that everyone would get his "fair share?"

    The six men realized that $20 divided by six is $3.33. But if they subtracted that from everybody's share, Then the fifth man and the sixth man would end up being PAID to eat their meal. So the restaurant owner suggested that it would be fair to reduce each man's bill by roughly the same amount, and he proceeded to work out the amounts each should pay.

    And so the fifth man paid nothing, the sixth pitched in $2, the seventh paid $5, the eighth paid $9, the ninth paid $12, leaving the tenth man with a bill of $52 instead of his earlier $59. Each of the six was better off than before. And the first four continued to eat for free.

    But once outside the restaurant, the men began to compare their savings. "I only got a dollar out of the $20," declared the sixth man who pointed to the tenth. "But he got $7!"

    "Yeah, that's right," exclaimed the fifth man, "I only saved a dollar, too . . . It's unfair that he got seven times more than me!".

    "That's true!" shouted the seventh man, "why should he get $7 back when I got only $2? The wealthy get all the breaks!"

    "Wait a minute," yelled the first four men in unison, "We didn't get anything at all. The system exploits the poor!"

    The nine men surrounded the tenth and beat him up. The next night he didn't show up for dinner, so the nine sat down and ate without him. But when it came time to pay the bill, they discovered, a little late what was very important. They were FIFTY-TWO DOLLARS short of paying the bill! Imagine that!

    And that, boys and girls, journalists and college instructors, is how the tax system works. The people who pay the highest taxes get the most benefit from a tax reduction. Tax them too much, attack them for being wealthy, and they just may not show up at the table anymore.

    Where would that leave the rest? Unfortunately, most taxing authorities and democrats cannot seem to grasp this rather straight forward logic!

    T. Davies
    Professor of Accounting & Chair,
    Division of Accounting and Business Law
    The University of South Dakota
    School of Business
    414 E. Clark Street
    Vermillion, SD 57069
    Phone: 605-677-5230
    Fax: 605-677-5427 AUTHOR: EMAIL: chungt@4mcd.usmc.mil URL: DATE: 01/30/2004 05:23:56 AM ----- COMMENT: There are some faulty presuppositions, it seems to me, to this allegory:

    1. The story presupposes that (a) all agreed to eat at the same restaurant, (b) that they all ate the same thing, and (c) that they have the same number of dependents -- in effect assuming that the opportunities and lifestyles of, say, families below the poverty line and those making over $200,000 a year are the same;

    2. The story does not account for a difference between income and assets, assuming the same kind of distribution of wealth among the diners. Many poor and middle-income families do not invest in the stock market or in 401(K)s or 403(B)s, own homes, or employ accountants to itemize deductions creatively. To state the obvious, someone making $30,000 a year and renting an apartment in New York City does not have the same kind of financial security than one making $350,000 in income with (deferred) stock options who owns a $1.1 million home in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Tax penalties for the former would be proportionately more "painful" than for the latter, a point the author of this parable fails to grasp;

    3. The math seems inaccurate at the end. If the tenth man does not join them for dinner, the bill would ostensibly be $80, not $100. If that's so, they wouldn't be $52 short. But then again, I'm terrible at math...

    But the point is, if #1 and #2 are any indication, this allegory is logically unsound and is instructive inasmuch as it demonstrates a relatively myopic view of economics in the real world. Indeed, it is "very simple," and that's the problem. AUTHOR: EMAIL: rf235@columbia.edu URL: DATE: 01/30/2004 05:23:56 AM ----- COMMENT: The world is a simple place...only some decide to make it complex. The parable of the taxes is just that...a parable. It makes no promise to cure the nation's tax code. What it does do is give a "simple" view on why tax breaks, will and do, favor the upper echelons instead of the low income families.

    To "complicate" things, Mr. Finnin indicates that the parable does not account for a difference between income and assets, assuming the same kind of distribution of wealth among the diners. However, he makes the presuppositions that the choices that lower and middle income families are non-existent or predetermined. He lists the number of dependants, investments in the stock market, 401(K)s or 403(B)s, owning homes, or employing accountants to itemize deductions creatively as some of the reasons why the income and assets are different between the rich and poor. I see no such distinction. I see lower income families choosing to have dependants, choosing not to invest in the stock market, choosing not to invest in 401(K)s or 3(B)s, choosing not to own their home, or choosing not to employ accountants to itemize deductions creatively. These are choices that both the rich and poor have the opportunity to make. Don’t make assumptions that the poor are unable. The vast majority are able, but choose not to be. We want to measure the tax liability yardstick by the assets and income that we have, but never measure the choices required to attain them. We are giving the poor an avenue to blame someone else for them being poor.

    Mr. Finnin continues by making “obvious” that someone making $30,000 a year and renting an apartment in New York City does not have the same kind of financial security than one making $350,000 in income with (deferred) stock options who owns a $1.1 million home in Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Tax penalties for the former would be proportionately more "painful" than for the latter, a point the author of the parable fails to grasp. Uh, yes, this is quite obvious. However, the choice to make $30k a year in New York and continue to live there is the choice made by that individual. Last time I checked, there weren’t border guards between the states that forced anyone to live there. The financial security of the individual, and ultimately their income and assets, are based on their choice to remain in a place that cannot support their quest for increased financial security. Do we give them a larger tax break to subsidize their inability to make the “obvious” choice to move to a place that will enable them to create and generate greater income and wealth? Uh, no.

    Hold the individual accountable for their choices. More importantly, make them accountable for the consequences.

    Too simple? Or not simple enough? AUTHOR: EMAIL: giannidog@centurytel.net URL: DATE: 01/30/2004 05:23:56 AM ----- COMMENT: Capt. Chung,

    Thanks for your response.

    I think you’ll agree with me that parables are supposed to be illustrative. But yours is not, at least with regard to helping us, as you say, “understand tax laws.” The story simply poses a flimsy, specious argument against scalar taxation, beginning from a presupposition that we live life in a vacuum. Further, it is mathematically imprecise, as far as I can tell, and fails to account for the differing tax liabilities vis-à-vis income and assets. It’s a rhetorical house with no foundation.

    You either have misunderstood me, or failed to address my critique on its merits. Offering us platitudes on free will and choice is besides the point. I do not presume to know about the choices people make in their lives, nor is it within my right to hold them accountable for those choices, unless they are alleged to have broken a law or violated the social compact. As you well know, we live in a free society, where citizens can more or less live and do what they please, free of judgments and the self-righteous indignation of others.

    That said, do you really believe that many lower income families simply choose not to retain accountants? They choose not to own homes? Is there some secret upside to living poor that I'm missing here?

    Life, like the interest rate on my Mastercard, is not fixed. It’s variable. Context matters, and ignoring it wholeheartedly, even proudly, is hardly a persuasive position. AUTHOR: EMAIL: rory_finnin@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 01/30/2004 05:23:56 AM ----- COMMENT: Capt Chung,

    Cute allegory. We’ve all been the one at the table who throws in an extra twenty and then accepts the change from the bill when there is a small overage, so it is an effective rhetorical device. It effectively eliminates any of the real life concerns that arise when tax cuts are discussed by those who know better. But since you seem so fixated on the simplicity of this parable, let’s run with it. But, keeping the reality you are trying to reflect in mind, I hope you do not mind my asking a few questions – just to add some dimension.

    First, what did everyone at the table eat? If this is a metaphor for the way real life plays out in the US, I would guess that the rich guy was served a couple of martinis and a filet mignon, while middle class folks received mac and cheese and some soda, while the poor got rice and water.

    Second, in the real world, money does not simply appear. It is a zero-sum game. Therefore I am surprised that, as an accountant, the author of this story did not ask the important questions: where did cut in the cost of the bill come from, and what repercussions will it have for the diners? That is to say, in order to cut the cost of the meal by 20%, did the restaurant cut service? Were servings of rice cut down to a few crumbs instead? Did management cut the use of hot water and good detergent on plates and silverware, so diners have an increased likelihood of catching a preventable illness? Or, did the restaurant stop contributing to the neighborhood improvement fund (drawing on the metaphor, it is obvious that this restaurant is one of several nice ones in a pretty seedy neighborhood), which previously had been cited as contributing to diners’ security, and instead placed a sign on the front door reading “no non-whites allowed”? What are the implications of that decision and cut in spending for the long-term security of the diners when they are in the restaurant, much less when they go out into the neighborhood?

    Furthermore, what effect will cutting costs at the restaurant now have on prices in the future? Are the restaurant owners going into debt now to be able to cut costs, with the effect of higher prices in the future? Will customers and their children be forced to pay higher prices for years to come, simply so that dinners can be cheaper now?

    My points are not exactly poetic and do not do justice to the complexities of American society and the funds we all share. And that is exactly the point. It is impossible to capture the realities we face as a nation in an irresponsibly simplistic story about eating together. So, how about we focus on restaurants when we want to head out to relax with some good friends (and possibly even pay more than $57 of a $100 bill!), and focus on the country we live in and the long-term implications of our leaders’ tax choices on real lives when we talk fiscal policy. It is, after all, complicated stuff. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jp!@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 01/30/2004 05:23:56 AM ----- COMMENT: Great discussion, gentlemen. Thanks for a real debate. I certainly like the notion that we are the product of our choices, but what's become apparent is that not all parents - or the schools - are able to pass on crucial economic and financial knowledge that can help young adults make those sound decisions. The federal government has a new effort to promote financial literacy (called the Financial Literacy and Education Commission). I think that that's a great idea - kind of like having a constuctive lesson (that is, no blaming the rich or the poor) about financial decisions while we're all at the dinner table. Lunch is a different matter - I've never know anyone to turn down a free lunch. And that goes for the corporate fat cats who pull the strings in the current administration.

    P.S. Please use your real name, Mr. Justice Prevail! It's better for a civil discussion. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 01/30/2004 05:23:56 AM -----
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    COMMENT: Happy Birthday popo. I'm proud of you. AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 01/29/2004 07:42:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: New family tree AUTHOR: DATE: 01/25/2004 08:51:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Classmates AUTHOR: DATE: 01/25/2004 05:04:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Another wait over? AUTHOR: DATE: 01/25/2004 04:10:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Updated search engine AUTHOR: DATE: 01/24/2004 11:50:15 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: State of the Union AUTHOR: DATE: 01/24/2004 07:07:43 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,
    Best of luck with the conference this week. Chennai? AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 01/24/2004 07:07:43 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Reunion pics AUTHOR: DATE: 01/21/2004 05:14:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Arizona reunion AUTHOR: DATE: 01/20/2004 05:43:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Game night AUTHOR: DATE: 01/20/2004 03:37:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New pics AUTHOR: DATE: 01/20/2004 03:25:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Manifesto AUTHOR: DATE: 01/17/2004 05:59:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Your Cleveland office (me and my entire Rolodex) stands ready to devote near fulltime energy to making your community re-entry a success. We'll alert everyone from the Cleveland Clinic to the local detachment of the National Guard. If NEOhio can recruit the heavily credentialed likes of you and your wife back to town, that momentum would feed on itself.
    Here's hoping we can get that Class A Brain & Heart back... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 01/17/2004 05:59:14 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Celebrating 60 Years of Excellence in Physical Therapy Education AUTHOR: DATE: 01/15/2004 07:26:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Round ‘em up AUTHOR: DATE: 01/15/2004 06:50:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anna and I spent time identifying many of her stuffed animals this past week. I enjoyed learning that all of the ducks are named "duck," all teddy bears are named "teddy," and all dogs are named "fitzy." Anna sure is a straight-shooter. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 01/15/2004 06:50:48 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Mark my words AUTHOR: DATE: 01/13/2004 07:07:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Surprised you haven't heard of ClutterOut, a grass roots organization based in Portland whose purpose is to put pressure on corporations to eliminate needless paper and packaging. Notice fewer subscription cards in magazines like The New Yorker and Vanity Fair lately? Borders and B&N were surprisingly receptive to the organization's ideas; oddly enough, independent bookstores have been a harder nut to crack. We suggest crafting your own bookmarks, which can be a very fun family project. Spread the Word for a Better World. AUTHOR: EMAIL: youyoulate@aol.com URL: DATE: 01/13/2004 07:07:51 PM ----- COMMENT: I can't find any info about ClutterOut, but I like the idea of such a campaign. I can't say that I've noticed fewer subscription cards falling out of my magazines - and I get nearly 25 magazines each month. Still, bookmarks in a newly purchased book aren't the same as subcription cards, since bookmarks usually stay with the book for many years. I like your idea for homemade bookmarks, and I hereby announce the Zuiker Chronicles Onliine bookmark contest. Watch for details tomorrow. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 01/13/2004 07:07:51 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Rock N Roll Marathon AUTHOR: DATE: 01/11/2004 06:49:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Can it AUTHOR: DATE: 01/11/2004 06:45:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I have a beef AUTHOR: DATE: 01/11/2004 06:42:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New reporting AUTHOR: DATE: 01/09/2004 09:13:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: News of the day AUTHOR: DATE: 01/07/2004 05:52:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: See her AUTHOR: DATE: 01/06/2004 05:57:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Malia Katherine Zuiker AUTHOR: DATE: 01/05/2004 05:13:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: WOW! Congratulations!!! I was looking around trying to find where your family was/is and lo and behold, now you are a whole person larger! Excellent! Since having Aidan last May, I can now relate to parenthood and the joys of a new creature in the house. Best wishes to all! AUTHOR: EMAIL: emsong70@cox.net URL: DATE: 01/05/2004 05:13:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Congratulations!
    She is beautiful! Give her a hug for Grandma.
    Give Anna a hug,too! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 01/05/2004 05:13:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Congratulations.

    I cannot wait to continue to see our family start playing and seeing and visiting each other.
    joel AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerjoel@cs.com URL: DATE: 01/05/2004 05:13:00 PM ----- COMMENT: SISTERS!! How terrific!! We love her already - congratualtions to all!!

    Bridget AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@acsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 01/05/2004 05:13:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Wonderful. In fact, a whole lot of wonderful. Almost 10 pounds of wonderful. Huzzah! And if memory/instinct serve me, that's a name from the islands? (To borrow a phrase: And then along came Malia!) And I concur with Bridget: there's something so right about sisters. AUTHOR: EMAIL: dschaeffer@jaeckle.com URL: DATE: 01/05/2004 05:13:00 PM ----- COMMENT: She's a beauty!! AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 01/05/2004 05:13:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Welcome, Malia! Congratulations on the precious new addition to your family! AUTHOR: EMAIL: jkl4@po.cwru.edu URL: DATE: 01/05/2004 05:13:00 PM -----
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    COMMENT: Z,
    Wow, wish I could climb in the car and meet you guys there to usher in the new Z to the new year. We're thinking and praying for you guys, and I'll call you by week's end, after you've perhaps had just a bit of time to catch your breath, Anton.
    Love,
    JE AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 01/04/2004 06:37:07 PM ----- COMMENT: Best of luck guys. Mary's on her way tomorrow for moral and other support. Welcome, reluctant Baby Z AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 01/04/2004 06:37:07 PM ----- COMMENT: HEY ERIN!

    We have been anxiously awaiting baby Z's arrival! Let us know. My bet is it's a boy!

    Mary Carter (on behalf of UCS) AUTHOR: EMAIL: Fiveash@email.unc.edu URL: DATE: 01/04/2004 06:37:07 PM ----- COMMENT: go baby go baby. Cannot wait to meet new baby nephew or niece. Keep me updated. Let me know when I can come up for a bunch of days i.e. a long weekend.
    Joel AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerjoel@cs.com URL: http://go DATE: 01/04/2004 06:37:07 PM ----- COMMENT: Congratulations on your new baby girl, A&E. We love you. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com URL: DATE: 01/04/2004 06:37:07 PM -----
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    COMMENT: super cute! AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 01/03/2004 10:53:14 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Family TV AUTHOR: DATE: 01/03/2004 04:08:18 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Holiday art AUTHOR: DATE: 01/02/2004 04:40:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Who wants it? AUTHOR: DATE: 01/02/2004 06:44:01 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New Year AUTHOR: DATE: 01/01/2004 09:36:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: We thought maybe you'd have baby New Year!! Just think of it as a few more moments for Anna to rule the roost and one more night of sleep for you.

    Thinking of you all....

    Bridget AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@acsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 01/01/2004 09:36:57 AM -----
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    COMMENT: i hope the new year brings more luck and joy. i report for duty next tuesday, so hopefully the baby will come when you still have extra bodies to help out!

    meanwhile, everyone at work thinks that anna's comment "baby come out, meet me!" is the cutest thing they've ever heard. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 12/30/2004 02:32:15 PM -----
-------- TITLE: and wait … AUTHOR: DATE: 12/29/2004 07:30:26 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Come out! Meet me! AUTHOR: EMAIL: mlcaff9er@hotmail.com URL: http://nope DATE: 12/29/2004 07:30:26 AM -----
-------- TITLE: and wait … AUTHOR: DATE: 12/26/2003 04:08:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: We wait to hear of Baby Z's arrival - one thing's for sure - someday the baby will be here!! Sleep now while you have the chance :)

    Good luck. We're thinking of you.

    xo AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@acsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 12/26/2003 04:08:40 PM ----- COMMENT: Z,
    Wish I could be there to help with chores and such. But then, I'd only get in your mom's way. We're thinking of you guys constantly.
    JE AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 12/26/2003 04:08:40 PM -----
-------- TITLE: We wait … AUTHOR: DATE: 12/24/2003 06:16:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: a baby on christmas oh my goodness! AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 12/24/2003 06:16:26 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Visitors, 1 AUTHOR: DATE: 12/19/2003 07:51:42 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I keep checking for the pictures, but alas...none yet. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 12/19/2003 07:51:42 AM ----- COMMENT: Two photos up now. Movies coming tomorrow. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 12/19/2003 07:51:42 AM -----
-------- TITLE: 26.2 Number 12 AUTHOR: DATE: 12/14/2003 06:52:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Congratulations! You are an inspiration. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 12/14/2003 06:52:39 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Magic bus AUTHOR: DATE: 12/11/2003 06:55:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Nice surpise AUTHOR: DATE: 12/10/2003 04:19:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Congratulations! I look forward to reading your columns after completing my finals this week.

    Matt Z AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 12/10/2003 04:19:44 PM ----- COMMENT: Z,
    Congratulations! You'll need an entire new house to display all the awards you'll rack up before you hang up your pen (which of course is the same time you'll exit this world, cause writers, like architects, never retire, they just move on to new shapes and forms). As it happens, I'm headed to the N.O. Live holiday party tomorrow evening. Perhaps I can videotape a small ceremony in your honor: I'll read aloud your piece and lead a toast to you and the family and new baby.
    Best in the holidays... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 12/10/2003 04:19:44 PM ----- COMMENT: Congratulations, Anton, on your award! Exciting times this month for sure. Can't wait until Z-baby #2 comes aboard. Better clear some server space for the new branch on the family tree. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com_nospam URL: DATE: 12/10/2003 04:19:44 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Snow AUTHOR: DATE: 12/08/2003 06:01:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Baby, wait AUTHOR: DATE: 12/03/2003 08:00:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: baby Z? AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 12/03/2003 08:00:55 PM ----- COMMENT: Baby Z is the little one in Erin's tummy. Big sister Anna is excited for her little sibling. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 12/03/2003 08:00:55 PM ----- COMMENT: is the baby really going to be named "Z" pronouced "zee"? AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 12/03/2003 08:00:55 PM ----- COMMENT: "Baby Z" is what we use for the little one while it's in mama's tummy, and then also for the first year. So, Anna was Baby Z until her first birthday. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 12/03/2003 08:00:55 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton and Erin...
    I was just thinking about you and thought I would check out your website. We are thrilled to heard about baby Z on the way. What a wonderful miracle. Our love and blessings to you all.
    Helen, Jason and Liam AUTHOR: EMAIL: hvanrow@email.com URL: DATE: 12/03/2003 08:00:55 PM ----- COMMENT: sounds like a peekabpo street kind of philosophy... have you blogged about this before to explain the rationale? :) AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 12/03/2003 08:00:55 PM ----- COMMENT: i'm already starting to see the benefits of this. the first thing that comes to mind: you can avoid significantly gendering the baby in it's first year of life.

    i recently spent some time with a 3 week old, and i definitely had trouble using gendered pronouns. i took conscious effort (and correction from the mom and aunt) for me to use "he" rather than "it". AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 12/03/2003 08:00:55 PM ----- COMMENT: I'm just hoping the moniker will stick, and my kid will become a wealthy star of popular music. "Live, from Carrboro, North Carolina, it's Baby Z." AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 12/03/2003 08:00:55 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Yessss. AUTHOR: DATE: 12/02/2003 07:01:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,

    Have you ever had a piece of Scharfenberger's chocolate? Highly recommended!!

    Bridget AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@acsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 12/02/2003 07:01:57 PM ----- COMMENT: Yes, Scharfenberger's chocolate is very fine. Thanks for reminding me of it. I'll pick up a bar next time I'm in my favorite gourmet shop. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthlink.net URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 12/02/2003 07:01:57 PM -----
-------- TITLE: World AIDS Day AUTHOR: DATE: 11/29/2003 01:07:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: The HIV/AIDS pandemic is staggering and yes, the numbers keep going up. I was asked recently by someone I consider well informed, "Well, isn't the AIDS crisis pretty much over?". Shocked and a bit saddened, I replied, "Not at all." Many Americans falsely believe that we have a handle on HIV/AIDS. True, less people in the U.S. and Europe are dying of AIDS and instead live long lives with HIV and the help of various pharmaceuticals. (Though, there is growing evidence that the HIV infection rate among American college students is on the rise.) But, those drugs are not available to millions of others suffering around the globe and they should be. The numbers of women and children alone who suffer from HIV/AIDS is tragic. The greatest risk factor for women in India is having sex with their husbands. Millions of men and women have died of AIDS in Africa, leaving whole villages in the hands of children. If we, as a nation, feel unsafe in these days of heightened security and terrorism threats, what will happen when these children come of age without any education, parental or communal guidance, basic necessities, etc? I predict that they will be angry and they will lash out. Bono of U2 has been a voice for the voiceless on this issue and has said that AIDS is the greatest plague of the last 600 years and how we deal with it as a global society will be judged by god. At this point, god will judge us harshly because millions are dying while we debate drug patents, costs, abstinence education and effective interventions. Do what you can from your corner of the globe, but most importantly educate yourself about the realities of HIV/AIDS in the world today. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/29/2003 01:07:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Good tunes AUTHOR: DATE: 11/29/2003 12:49:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Somehow this advice sounds strangely familiar. Could it be an echo of one particular parent's constant comment to her five sons? At least it is comforting to know that one is not alone in this world with such advice.

    As a teacher of junior/senior high students, my opening question was "Do you listen to the music you listen to?" With that in mind, I would draw a line on the board and ask the students to help me fill in the continuum beginning with the "softest" music on the left. When I first started this (with Joel's 7th grade class), the Chicago Bear Shuffle was the first rap music out.
    After that I would ask them to give the name of 1 or 2 groups for each type of music. Finally, I would ask them to give the message of each type. It was such a graphic lesson. Even more so as the years went on.
    Children need music... we all need music... it speaks to the soul. Therein lies the problem. The music we listen to speaks to the soul. Whether we are aware of the words or not. Our choice often makes graphic marks on our lives.

    A mom. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/29/2003 12:49:47 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton,

    I'd add to Chris' list anything by rebop records - they cover the old classic rock and roll songs but in a decidedly child-like perspective. We are big fans.

    See www.reboprecords.com

    Best,
    Bridget AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@acsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 11/29/2003 12:49:47 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Updike AUTHOR: DATE: 11/27/2003 06:10:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: anton: unrelated to this post, but i thought i'd letcha know, messages sent to anton@zuiker.com are being bounced back because your mailbox is full. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 11/27/2003 06:10:45 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Thanks AUTHOR: DATE: 11/27/2003 08:17:43 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Helen Thomas AUTHOR: DATE: 11/24/2003 05:11:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Sounds like it was a lively session; interesting. 1) Did the UPI go under? 2) Regarding the "second oldest profession" comment, it's often said, for some unknown reason, that "prostitution is the oldest profession," but I just read, forgive me for not recalling where, that prostitution is way down on the list of oldest professions, after hunting and gathering, food preparation, and all that. I never did understand that saying, really. AUTHOR: EMAIL: 1@2.com URL: DATE: 11/24/2003 05:11:17 PM ----- COMMENT: Tom - According to the program from last night's speech: "UPI was bought by New World Communications, the news affiliate of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church." AUTHOR: EMAIL: antonj@zuiker.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 11/24/2003 05:11:17 PM ----- COMMENT: As someone old enough to have briefly served as a stringer (occasional contributor/correspondent) for UPI in the very last stages of its former independent glory, I found Helen to be an even more heroic journalism figure than she already was by her principaled immediate resignation when the Moonies bought the news service. And she continues her independent ways these days by tartly speaking up about Bush II's assorted outrages, which have earned her nothing but anger from the Bushies though nothing but more respect among lovers of the Constitution and of a vigorous free press... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 11/24/2003 05:11:17 PM -----
-------- TITLE: On Language AUTHOR: DATE: 11/17/2003 05:39:50 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Get the soap AUTHOR: DATE: 11/15/2003 04:04:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: oops. that'll teach ya. i'm just wondering what was happening in the car prior to the emphatic swear word being uttered... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 11/15/2003 04:04:53 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Scott Simon on blogs AUTHOR: DATE: 11/15/2003 03:59:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: One ticket, please AUTHOR: DATE: 11/15/2003 03:44:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Like drawing names from a hat! AUTHOR: DATE: 11/14/2003 04:55:25 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: [thb] AUTHOR: DATE: 11/13/2003 01:43:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Out AUTHOR: DATE: 11/12/2003 05:38:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Matthew 25 AUTHOR: DATE: 11/12/2003 05:32:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Check for new photos AUTHOR: DATE: 11/10/2003 07:04:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I know this chronicels are for the north American zuiker family but is it oke to sent photos from our family ? john AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@quicknet.nl URL: DATE: 11/10/2003 07:04:38 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Special TV Report AUTHOR: DATE: 11/10/2003 06:40:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bear with me, please AUTHOR: DATE: 11/10/2003 05:36:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Heck, looks mighty splendiferous to me... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 11/10/2003 05:36:55 PM -----
-------- TITLE: New look AUTHOR: DATE: 11/08/2003 05:42:59 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: QE2 AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 11/05/2003 12:18:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Places CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Our little pumpkin AUTHOR: DATE: 11/04/2003 04:38:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Thank you very much for posting the outstading pictures! AUTHOR: EMAIL: HRM35094@AOL.COM URL: DATE: 11/04/2003 04:38:08 PM ----- COMMENT: ditto. I love the top picture of Anna in the leaves. It's a keeper! She sure is looking more and more like her mom.
    Grandma Cheryl AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/04/2003 04:38:08 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Found it. Yes! AUTHOR: DATE: 11/04/2003 04:36:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Z, You know, I meant to write about Danner when I recently came across his archives site as well. That's cause I couldn't believe it was almost a decade since that El Mozote article. I'll never forget taking that out one summer (fall?) day to the hammock in our backyard, and beginning to read it, not knowing what I was getting into to. About two hours later, after having read it all, I was just stunned by the power of it all. My friend John Westropp called a couple hours later to invite me to an event, and I told him I couldn't do anything social, since I was still so overwhelmed by this thing I had just read. Anyway, I think of that piece every time I'm on the verge of joining the general disdain for former editor Tina Brown. I stop myself, cause if she did nothing else in her career but publish that piece, she was at least a partial success... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 11/04/2003 04:36:48 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Bush: snooze before news AUTHOR: DATE: 10/26/2003 03:46:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I may get jumped on for this, but as I was riding the train this morning and looking over the shoulder in front of me at a newspaper, I caught a follow-up headline about the latest threat to national security: box cutters found on the seat of a plane. What occurred to me is the total randomness of it. Why would someone risk bringing it on and then leave it very conspicuously for someone to find? And, if its so dangerous and suspicious, why don't they just question the folks that sat in or around that seat?
    Then I realized, W.H. leaks, bombings in Iraq, CEO's on trial...we need a distraction! I've been skeptical of the whole "fear-mongering" accusations (mostly because I think too highly of the news media I guess), but this story takes the cake. It's perfect: vague, misleading, possibly dangerous and possibly innocuous, and with no names attached so that everyone can draw crazy conclusions. In my opinion, this administration has jumped the shark from manipulating news to creating news. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mtclaffey@comcast.net URL: DATE: 10/26/2003 03:46:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: A low-key day for us AUTHOR: DATE: 10/24/2003 07:20:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: tHIS IS A TEST...Anton, I would like to join those who have comments etc but can't seem to figure out how to do so ...if this gets through, maybe I'm on the right track...please respond. AUTHOR: EMAIL: SCEANSC@MSN.COM URL: DATE: 10/24/2003 07:20:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: A rousing good show AUTHOR: DATE: 10/22/2003 08:23:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Thumb music AUTHOR: DATE: 10/19/2003 03:08:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Little one AUTHOR: DATE: 10/17/2003 06:01:42 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Music software AUTHOR: DATE: 10/17/2003 05:32:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: No joy in Zuikerville AUTHOR: DATE: 10/17/2003 05:29:32 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Michigan daze AUTHOR: DATE: 10/16/2003 04:22:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Touched by an angel AUTHOR: DATE: 10/07/2003 08:55:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Illinois man AUTHOR: DATE: 10/02/2003 08:11:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Coming up for air AUTHOR: DATE: 10/02/2003 07:45:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Joys of Journalism AUTHOR: DATE: 09/27/2003 05:07:03 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Happened across your site online. Is this a class project? Are you a working journalist and a student?

    Thanks,
    Kev AUTHOR: EMAIL: kdkincaid@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 09/27/2003 05:07:03 AM ----- COMMENT: K and I heard that Scott Simon show, too. We were driving through OK trying our darndest to get the Cubs score! It wasn't on at anyplace in Tulsa, so we decided, heck, let's drive to Dallas to catch the game! Anton, do you have any Cubs affinities from your Illinois days? I'm on Cloud Nine about it. Great season. K and I were laughing at how much Scott Simon was laughing on that show. I wondered too if he had rehearsed his lines with the Chicago guy (annoying music show) because it was full of fast one-liners. Was he Chicagoan, because he also had a good rapport with the columnist, Rappoport, I think. AUTHOR: EMAIL: junkmail@comcast.net URL: DATE: 09/27/2003 05:07:03 AM ----- COMMENT: Well, I watched nearly every game of the 1984 season, the same summer I stayed with my grandparents in DeKalb, and I admit I rocked to Van Halen's Jump. But, the Zuikers, being South Side folk, have more of an affinity with the White Sox, although Frank the Beachcomber, my dad and many of my uncles sold beer, popcorn and Pepsi at Wrigley. We'll all be cheering on the Cubbies this week. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/27/2003 05:07:03 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Immunizations are good AUTHOR: DATE: 09/24/2003 07:11:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Yes, indeed - immunizations are good. Thanks for bringing attention to this issue through the blog world. AUTHOR: EMAIL: fever@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 09/24/2003 07:11:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Thinner with age AUTHOR: DATE: 09/23/2003 04:11:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Thanks where thanks are due AUTHOR: DATE: 09/21/2003 05:11:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Z,
    Very cool that you picked up on this (and so fast), and that you added your own equally compelling story to the tale. I of course knew about your muckraking pub, but I don't think you've ever mentioned Paul's heroic financial help. People like him (and of course there aren't a lot of people like him) who labored in the vineyards for decades, quietly helping so many, produced hundreds of human legacies. But I'm only glad that some of them are coming out now. Maybe when you're done with your degree, we can team up on The Kantz Project, an effort to find and publish all the stories about the folks Paul helped... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 09/21/2003 05:11:16 PM -----
-------- TITLE: More on Isabel AUTHOR: DATE: 09/20/2003 08:53:55 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 1:00:53 AUTHOR: DATE: 09/20/2003 06:56:54 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blue skies AUTHOR: DATE: 09/19/2003 07:11:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: No raining on Frank’s vacaction AUTHOR: DATE: 09/17/2003 07:07:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Storm tracking AUTHOR: DATE: 09/16/2003 07:45:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Looking forward to that. Frank still lives through his words... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 09/16/2003 07:45:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Gotcha AUTHOR: DATE: 09/10/2003 06:47:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Just $87 billion? AUTHOR: DATE: 09/09/2003 10:21:18 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: If you want your outrage over the cost of war to be constantly updated, check out www.costofwar.com, which appears (from its footnoted methodology) to be a fairly accurate stab at what the war is really costing us. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 09/09/2003 10:21:18 AM -----
-------- TITLE: 62 AUTHOR: DATE: 09/09/2003 07:33:01 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hiya, Harvey AUTHOR: DATE: 09/06/2003 05:03:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Compassion squared for a rounder world AUTHOR: DATE: 09/06/2003 05:36:42 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Thank you for improving my post with your story. I'll return the favor. AUTHOR: EMAIL: gn883@hotmail.com URL: http://www.brewedfreshdaily.com DATE: 09/06/2003 05:36:42 AM -----
-------- TITLE: ¿Como se dice? AUTHOR: DATE: 09/04/2003 07:24:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Who, who AUTHOR: DATE: 09/03/2003 07:17:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: More articles AUTHOR: DATE: 09/03/2003 07:09:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Wow, that lede in the Special Delivery piece is a thing of embroidered beauty: it melts in your mouth....(what a horrible, clumsy mixing of metaphors, and yet both images came to mind and I read and re-read it).
    JE AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 09/03/2003 07:09:39 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Welcome to the clan AUTHOR: DATE: 09/03/2003 07:04:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Chris and Elizabeth, Congratulations and welcome to John Xavier!! I hope mom and baby are feeling well. Can't wait to see pictures. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 09/03/2003 07:04:11 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Anton is the weener man AUTHOR: DATE: 08/30/2003 10:36:51 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Look to the heavens AUTHOR: DATE: 08/28/2003 07:09:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Z,
    WOW. That one made me cry a little, too. In all the thousands of your words I've ever read, I'm not sure you've ever come up with quite that eloquent a bit of prose poetry... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 08/28/2003 07:09:24 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Wishin' AUTHOR: DATE: 08/28/2003 09:53:41 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ready, set, go AUTHOR: DATE: 08/27/2003 06:15:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,

    I'm checking your site. Cool. What's a blogger (I fell dumb, like I should know the answer to that)?

    Q: I want to start my own web site. I don't know the first thing about web design. Are there any sites or books that are good, basic how to's on getting started?

    Thanks!

    Joy AUTHOR: EMAIL: joy_buck@juno.com URL: DATE: 08/27/2003 06:15:46 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Water cooler chat? AUTHOR: DATE: 08/26/2003 09:41:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Blogging CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Words for sale AUTHOR: DATE: 08/20/2003 06:16:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: anton,

    no more The Week for you? As I share in your pain of not having enough dough for magazines, I love The Week for at least keeping abreast of what they're writing about. Also, I just resubscribed to a magazine I greatly enjoyed this winter, and at $30/year/per week, you can't beat it--The Nation.

    Oh, and everytime you throw me a new magazine, I find myself pained to pick only the best ones--too many choices! AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 08/20/2003 06:16:52 PM ----- COMMENT: Z,
    The New Yorker, the Atlantic, NYT Mag and the Nat. Geo., of course. No surprises there. But I'm impressed by the Economist and The New Republic. You've apparently grown even wonkier and more discriminating than in the past. Happy reading...
    JE
    P.S. I love how you can now get a nice full-issue PDF of TNR. Makes it all the more interesting to read. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 08/20/2003 06:16:52 PM -----
-------- TITLE: The white pill AUTHOR: DATE: 08/18/2003 11:26:45 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Arcade memories AUTHOR: DATE: 08/18/2003 07:39:53 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Kitchen guidance AUTHOR: DATE: 08/17/2003 05:18:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I got home yesterday and apparently brought the heatwave back with me from Europe! I'll send the namprik pao as soon as I get a chance. Drop by chez pim again and let me know how you like it. AUTHOR: EMAIL: pim@chez-pim.com URL: http://chezpim.typepad.com DATE: 08/17/2003 05:18:58 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Lights out AUTHOR: DATE: 08/15/2003 11:40:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: But the best parts were our first attempt to make the darn thing wwork. We hooked up the wires and almost heart mass heart failure as nothing occurred. Then, Joey Zuiker CVS graduate in eolectrical something or other got thebright idea to reverse the wires. Sure enough the battery and the florescent lamp only work in one direction. The lights went on and we jumped for joy. That was a great moment. later that night or week the neighbors came over in the dark and we surprised them by turning the thing on. They almost jumped out of their skins as they witnessed theeir first solar light display, small that it was. A truely great shared moment... Joe Zuiker. PS It was Nathan Hutchins idea (Dot's son). AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 08/15/2003 11:40:06 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Hey, batter AUTHOR: DATE: 08/14/2003 12:29:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Poor for more? AUTHOR: DATE: 08/14/2003 11:44:47 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: At bottom AUTHOR: DATE: 08/14/2003 06:22:55 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: We’re back AUTHOR: DATE: 08/12/2003 09:23:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Perspective AUTHOR: DATE: 08/11/2003 08:15:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In for repairs AUTHOR: DATE: 08/11/2003 08:08:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Sad but true:

    I did a summer reading contest for all the nephews and grand nephews etc. I was paying up to $25 per kid for reading books.

    Only one little fellow D'Vontae from Arizona bothered to read any books. He got the $25 and I closed the contest down. I guess I am too cheap, they are too rich, or they don't read much. Hey they might be presidents if they keep it up.... Dad AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 08/11/2003 08:08:39 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Mugging AUTHOR: DATE: 08/11/2003 07:38:18 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I loved the photo of him in the NYT. His nervous mental and creative energy just about jumps through the page at you. And I thought the story did a remarkable job of painting him as a three-dimensional guy who took a very unusual path to success. I found it all quite inspiring, though not surprising, knowing the Zuiker clan... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 08/11/2003 07:38:18 AM -----
-------- TITLE: 7 AUTHOR: DATE: 08/10/2003 07:40:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: So you didn't tell us the answer, geographically. We we thinking of you on you 7th anniversary and remembering the fun under the big top.....

    xo AUTHOR: EMAIL: dks_bmcg@juno.com URL: DATE: 08/10/2003 07:40:18 PM ----- COMMENT: Bridget - I'd tell you if we knew. :) We want to find a job for me in magazines, and that means Boston or D.C. or NYC. But then again, the lifestyle here in NC is perfect for our young family. We're torn ... AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://www.unc.edu/~zuiker DATE: 08/10/2003 07:40:18 PM ----- COMMENT: AZ,

    Just sent an email to you @zuiker.com acct - and it came back. I resent it to AZuiker@employon.com and mistersugar@peoplepc.com - do you still get email there?

    xo AUTHOR: EMAIL: dks_bmcg@juno.com URL: DATE: 08/10/2003 07:40:18 PM -----
-------- TITLE: What’s a blogger to do? AUTHOR: DATE: 08/09/2003 09:38:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Z,
    Wow, pretty impressive looking new home. I'll need to join you in something new myself, given that Blogger has a whole new round of problems: it seems to have misplaced all of my August archives!!! Pray for me that I can get it restored somehow.
    By the way, your linking language to my blog makes me blush... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 08/09/2003 09:38:57 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Liberal media? AUTHOR: DATE: 08/09/2003 09:14:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Silenced? AUTHOR: DATE: 08/09/2003 08:47:31 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Mind's eye AUTHOR: DATE: 08/08/2003 07:33:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I don't know who you are and what this site is about, I was looking for an on line version of the Sacks' article and reading your first paragraph got my tendrils up. Man, you are so reflecting my thoughts on blindness and on that article (not to speak of the DMV-induced reflections) , which for me was a balm to the fear of losing my sight. Sacks made the exchange of skills almost appealing, even when describing the absolutely non-visual and purely auditory world of the first blind man. But then how to read? Already if I can't find the printed article on line I'm handicapped as I wish to send it immediately to all I think would get as excited as I got by reading it. Imagine if I had to rely on someone reading it for me.. waiting for that person to become available and even then I comprehend better if I see the words and listening to radio programs I have a hard time concentrating on sound (my vision distracts me, as the article explains). I'm very visual in my understanding so I deem it impossible to live without sight by Oliver Sacks proved it is not, you just have to step into it like a death... sorry I'm getting morbid. Well your site deserves visiting further, I'll write you more if you keep this quality consistent . Ciao from Italy - niki By the way - The New Yorker Rules !!! We've been proud subscribers for the last 12 years or so and shipped all those issues when moving overseas, but how to stop reading new material for rereading the old stuff? The old conundrum... AUTHOR: EMAIL: sgalgano@ntc.it URL: DATE: 08/08/2003 07:33:51 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Lullaby AUTHOR: DATE: 08/08/2003 04:44:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I always sang(and still sing) "TuRaLuRaLuRal" or however you spell it, made famous by Dear Bingle in "Going My Way". Some of my kids really liked "Little Bit of Heaven". When lullabying went into overtime I sang "Back Home Again" by John Denver.Guess I'm dating myself. What's funny is that the little ones called the first song "Over in Blue Army" which only your mother would understand. AUTHOR: EMAIL: bumleg@i2k.com URL: DATE: 08/08/2003 04:44:15 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Oh, hi. AUTHOR: DATE: 08/07/2003 05:26:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: hey anton,
    in case you're not aware, zuikerchronicles.com isn't coming up at all, but zuiker.com comes in fine (well, except for the photo). I've been wondering what's up since i love reading your site, even though i'm bad about returning emails, etc. :)

    mary AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 08/07/2003 05:26:07 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Get out the vote AUTHOR: DATE: 07/28/2003 06:39:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: PDF = pretty darn fine AUTHOR: DATE: 07/28/2003 06:10:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My money’s on Typepad AUTHOR: DATE: 07/28/2003 05:48:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blogging with AOL AUTHOR: DATE: 07/28/2003 05:33:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Subject-verb-object AUTHOR: DATE: 07/28/2003 07:16:51 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Fender bender? AUTHOR: DATE: 07/27/2003 07:07:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A little bit tipsy AUTHOR: DATE: 07/27/2003 06:39:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: At the post AUTHOR: DATE: 07/27/2003 06:17:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I'll vouch for this movie, as well. Yesterday the whole family (minus 14-year-old Michael, away at basketball camp in Oregon with his cousin) saw it, and the adults liked it as much as 13-year-old Patrick. A must-see movie that will now make me read the book... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 07/27/2003 06:17:14 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Picture it AUTHOR: DATE: 07/27/2003 06:12:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Appearances AUTHOR: DATE: 07/27/2003 05:56:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: audblog audio post AUTHOR: DATE: 07/26/2003 08:22:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Trailing away AUTHOR: DATE: 07/23/2003 09:18:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I saw the Stone Reader last week at the Chelsea. The other two people I went with seemed to really enjoy it. I think I was still in 'awe' mode from Spellbound and so didn't think it was as engaging.

    What is lovely about this film is its promotion of books and reading and libraries. The director truly has a passion for his mission in finding the author.

    I suppose I wish we could have seen more about his life or why this book was so important to him beyond being something he enjoyed. AUTHOR: EMAIL: fergusje@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~fergusje/blog/ DATE: 07/23/2003 09:18:34 AM ----- COMMENT: yeah, i happened to see the movie with the previous commenter and thought it was fun but definitely hokey. it's worth seeing--partly because it's so amazing that it would be so hard to find some information out about something as pervasive as a book (and then to make a movie about it!!!), but the way he approaches the task (as detailed in the movie) does not seem like the most efficient route he could have/should have taken. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jwatt@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~jwatt/blog/ DATE: 07/23/2003 09:18:34 AM -----
-------- TITLE: 30 AUTHOR: DATE: 07/23/2003 08:30:18 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Piss Poor AUTHOR: DATE: 07/23/2003 06:54:18 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Z,
    My god, man, that may be the single coolest, most astounding blog entry I've ever read!! What a tribute to your old man, and what a nice tie-in to your reading. Now I feel doubly, triply glad to have met him, however briefly, in Illinois that time at your grandfather's funeral. And it makes me appreciate all the more that splendid color photo of you and he smiling away, enjoying each other's company.
    God bless you, Z-man... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 07/23/2003 06:54:18 AM ----- COMMENT: Wow! This is really cool. I was also struck by the phrase 'time theft' in relation to Wal-Mart and how they strongly discouraged employees from interacting in any form, lest they not be working all the time.

    This is something I've been giving a lot of thought to lately - how social work environments encourage more productivity vs. bans on what I might term 'human' behavior of joking or laughing or enjoying the place that we all spend a good portion of our lives. AUTHOR: EMAIL: fergusje@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~fergusje/blog/ DATE: 07/23/2003 06:54:18 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Visitors AUTHOR: DATE: 07/22/2003 07:28:51 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ravens Roosting AUTHOR: DATE: 07/21/2003 06:13:15 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: thanks son for the hard work. the zc is a wonderful device. thanks again for the energy and the good vibes. soon we will be in santiago de la cruz and that will be an eye opener for you. dad.... AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 07/21/2003 06:13:15 AM ----- COMMENT: thanks son for the hard work. the zc is a wonderful device. thanks again for the energy and the good vibes. soon we will be in santiago de la cruz and that will be an eye opener for you. dad.... AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 07/21/2003 06:13:15 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Fire brigade, brother Nick AUTHOR: DATE: 07/17/2003 07:10:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, thank you so much for the link to the Arizona article. It certainly gives us a sense of what Nick is experiencing as he fights the wildfires of the desert. The other day he mentioned to me that one great difficulty they have is that of not having cool water to drink. They each must carry their own water supply. Given the 114 degree heat plus the added heat of the fire, the water is boiling hot and unfit to drink. I am truly proud of him and his crew members, as well as the other crews fighting so hard. The Apache reservation, as I recall, is some of the most beautiful land there. Much of the land has majestic birch trees, tall pines, and a variety of other trees/brush. The homes dotting those grand acres must have (had) unbelievably serene views! Please keep us posted! Mom Zuiker AUTHOR: EMAIL: cezuiker@juno.com URL: DATE: 07/17/2003 07:10:37 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Send us a message AUTHOR: DATE: 07/17/2003 03:58:01 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Kansas weather, anyone? AUTHOR: DATE: 07/16/2003 02:09:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 1000 and climbing AUTHOR: DATE: 07/15/2003 08:34:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Congratulations. That amazing traffic is a tribute to your slow, patient accumulation of interesting perspectives, published as a public service. May it continue for decades to come... AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 07/15/2003 08:34:07 AM -----
-------- TITLE: T.V. time AUTHOR: DATE: 07/14/2003 07:39:19 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New look, new site AUTHOR: DATE: 07/13/2003 07:11:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Go ahead. Let me have it. I need to know whether this new design detracts from the content or does indeed make your visit to Zuiker Chronicles Online a more worthwhile experience.

    And let me know if there are any glitches with the loading of the page - I'm experiencing a problem with the display of the first Daily Chronicle entry, and the "search zuiker.com" function doesn't seem to be working.

    Anything else? AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 07/13/2003 07:11:31 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Those who have gone before AUTHOR: DATE: 07/12/2003 09:36:38 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Friendship AUTHOR: DATE: 07/12/2003 09:29:54 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Loneliness AUTHOR: DATE: 07/12/2003 09:23:19 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tar Heel Bloggers AUTHOR: DATE: 07/09/2003 06:59:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Wow, that's pretty cool. Gets me thinking about how the John Carroll community ought to have the same kind of tool...
    JE AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: DATE: 07/09/2003 06:59:53 PM -----
-------- TITLE: test AUTHOR: DATE: 07/09/2003 11:22:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Textpattern news AUTHOR: DATE: 07/08/2003 12:05:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Z,
    Wow, that Word HTML Cleaner looks almost too good to be true. But I'm surely going to try it. Thanks for your Consumer Reports seal of approval...
    JE AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwordsblogspot.com DATE: 07/08/2003 12:05:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Map it AUTHOR: DATE: 07/08/2003 10:23:41 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Perseverance AUTHOR: DATE: 07/07/2003 08:28:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Vanuatu AUTHOR: DATE: 07/07/2003 05:48:09 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: As luck would have it AUTHOR: DATE: 07/06/2003 06:48:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: audio post from cat’s cradle AUTHOR: DATE: 07/06/2003 05:07:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Thankful AUTHOR: DATE: 07/04/2003 07:26:40 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New blogging tool AUTHOR: DATE: 07/02/2003 07:16:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: [No words] AUTHOR: DATE: 07/02/2003 12:59:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Six degrees AUTHOR: DATE: 07/01/2003 04:57:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton -
    Exactly what I was getting at. And exactly why I love blogs and the web - this concept of idea sharing through reference. Thanks for posting this.
    - Jean AUTHOR: EMAIL: fergusje@email.unc.edu URL: http://www.unc.edu/~fergusje/blog/ DATE: 07/01/2003 04:57:35 PM ----- COMMENT: Jean, see http://www.designing-life.com/homepage.htm for more good work from Jack. His books are very interesting, and, IMO, inspiring. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 07/01/2003 04:57:35 PM -----
-------- TITLE: News from Joel AUTHOR: DATE: 07/01/2003 02:34:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Eyes and ears AUTHOR: DATE: 07/01/2003 12:25:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Z,
    Congrats on organizing and encouraging the like-minded down there in the Intellectual Belt. I especially enjoyed the name of that one, Freight Train Running Through the Middle of My Head. That kind of creative naming will bring me back to read periodically.
    Hope you're enjoying all your classes. We can't wait to get you back here to Cleveburg for a debriefing.
    Best,
    John E. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 07/01/2003 12:25:09 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Through the night AUTHOR: DATE: 06/29/2003 04:42:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Words to live by AUTHOR: DATE: 06/27/2003 04:54:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Solo AUTHOR: DATE: 06/27/2003 04:45:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Some people AUTHOR: DATE: 06/27/2003 04:39:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Exit strategy AUTHOR: DATE: 06/24/2003 09:15:49 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Going, going, gone AUTHOR: DATE: 06/21/2003 07:46:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Freedom AUTHOR: DATE: 06/21/2003 07:41:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Z,
    Since you remain more plugged in to Cleveland than most people who actually live here, you probably already know this (in fact, it might have led you to watching the movie in the first place), but the touring Amistad replica is now in Cleveland. I've read a little about it, enough to pique my interest, but now I think I'd better go see it before it leaves. Anyway, here's the link just in case:

    http://www.cleveland.com/events/index_story.ssf?/focuson/more/amistad.html

    Best,
    John E. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 06/21/2003 07:41:58 PM ----- COMMENT: John, thanks for the info. Richard Gildenmeister told me about the Amistad a couple of nights ago. Hope your visit to the ship was moving. AUTHOR: EMAIL: azuiker2@earthklink.net URL: http://www.unc.edu/~zuiker DATE: 06/21/2003 07:41:58 PM -----
-------- TITLE: More fire AUTHOR: DATE: 06/20/2003 09:09:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Gene therapy AUTHOR: DATE: 06/20/2003 09:06:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Medical journalism CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: audblog audio post AUTHOR: DATE: 06/19/2003 09:20:52 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Belt it, girl AUTHOR: DATE: 06/19/2003 03:15:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sweet music AUTHOR: DATE: 06/18/2003 08:16:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Watch out for fire AUTHOR: DATE: 06/18/2003 02:09:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: NC Goodbye AUTHOR: DATE: 06/17/2003 11:47:04 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: When the ash falls AUTHOR: DATE: 06/17/2003 06:14:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Not yet home AUTHOR: DATE: 06/14/2003 07:37:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Naming rights AUTHOR: DATE: 06/13/2003 07:23:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Better than a wristwatch AUTHOR: DATE: 06/12/2003 06:43:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Island Chronicles AUTHOR: DATE: 06/12/2003 06:06:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A few of my favorite things AUTHOR: DATE: 06/11/2003 10:18:05 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Will juggle for food AUTHOR: DATE: 06/10/2003 12:22:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Where's my doctor? AUTHOR: DATE: 06/09/2003 04:23:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: audblog audio post AUTHOR: DATE: 06/09/2003 08:29:30 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: So much more to read AUTHOR: DATE: 06/06/2003 07:05:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A Tale of Two Deans AUTHOR: DATE: 06/06/2003 06:53:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Z-man,
    Oh, how it's tearing at my very soul that we're not physically proximate (however emotionally/writerly we'll always have a DNA match) just now!! So that we could collaborate more easily on the things we both care about so deeply, like writing/blogging/praying and especially fathering. You were of course missed last week and yet so very much there in spirit--heck, you even had a rep from your JCU class of '92, in the ever-smiling Jimmy, the Sislo Kid. And a small correction: the crowd was apparently right around 90, not quite 100.
    And I won't try to compete with the accumulated wisdom of your mentors (like start slow, start small), but all I'll tell you is to simply share with others your heart and your passion and your white-hot intensity for all things writing, and like the Buddha, they'll simply follow you to your energy source. I know they will, cause I've seen you in action.
    In the meantime, be well and be loving, my special pal (about whom I chose today to begin the first of what I know will be several hundred blogging entries about you).
    John E. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 06/06/2003 06:53:20 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Cool. Yuck. AUTHOR: DATE: 06/06/2003 05:56:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hand outs or wave ‘byes AUTHOR: DATE: 06/04/2003 02:03:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Tax cuts and warfare AUTHOR: DATE: 05/31/2003 08:29:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: We've been doing our best not to think of the President either, but we can't help occassionally thinking of Mister Sugar (may he rest in peace), Mista Erin, and little Miss Anna in North Carolina. What a beautiful child.

    Procrastinating once again at the computer, I typed in Anton Zuiker for a google search, sure that I would find a trail to you both.

    It's wonderful to see your smiling faces (all 3 of them!!!)

    Let us know when/if you get this. It would be great to hear from you!

    Tom and Karyn AUTHOR: EMAIL: tomandkaryn@email.com URL: DATE: 05/31/2003 08:29:24 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Cheaper by the dozen? AUTHOR: DATE: 05/29/2003 06:16:42 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I’ll live there AUTHOR: DATE: 05/29/2003 04:52:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Shades of orange AUTHOR: DATE: 05/29/2003 04:38:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Playing for honor AUTHOR: DATE: 05/27/2003 07:49:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I am very proud of the editor of this darn website. He seems to be a very bright young feller and one that I would like to get to know better. Until I can get to the same place where he resides, I guess I will just have to read this website and hope he knows how much I appreciate his work. Heck, maybe he will know that I am the father of a webpage meister myself.

    Busting with pride,

    Joe Zuiker Honolulu, Hawaii. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 05/27/2003 07:49:59 PM -----
-------- TITLE: audblog audio post AUTHOR: DATE: 05/23/2003 05:41:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: audblog audio post AUTHOR: DATE: 05/23/2003 05:40:46 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Blog news AUTHOR: Anton Zuiker DATE: 05/22/2003 11:52:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Site Updates CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pet detective AUTHOR: DATE: 05/22/2003 08:01:56 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Watch out for the fox AUTHOR: DATE: 05/21/2003 07:39:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,

    I only watch FOS news because I get sick when I watch CNN. FOS offers both points of view. I was very disgusted with how CNN lied to our faces about the Saddam and his regime when they new the full extend of his dealings. CNN lies, twists and is falling over the liberal view. People are tired of this and are tuning toward FOX as a refreshing alternative.
    cz AUTHOR: EMAIL: czuiker@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 05/21/2003 07:39:45 PM ----- COMMENT: Spell check is killing me...that should be FOX... AUTHOR: EMAIL: czuiker@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 05/21/2003 07:39:45 PM ----- COMMENT: Ditto on Chris' comments. Not having had a tv for years, one becomes clear-headed and is much more sensitized to what one hears and reads. FOX had clear representation. The more liberal news media (ex. NY Times) most often (99% of the time) give us the liberal viewpoint only... and, as most recently revealed by the NY media, erroneous news at that.
    Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings.. but its a reality check. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 05/21/2003 07:39:45 PM -----
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    COMMENT: HOOOOOOOORAY!!

    So you have confirmed what you suspected when we last spoke. I am so happy for the three of you. Congratulations!

    xo AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@acsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 05/20/2003 09:07:30 PM ----- COMMENT: We are very happy for you. We are ready to baby-sit TWO next time. AUTHOR: EMAIL: companyname@attbi.com URL: DATE: 05/20/2003 09:07:30 PM ----- COMMENT: That's awesome news! Congratulations, guys. You'll find, as we have, that two is the perfect number of kids. If all hell breaks out, and they have simultaneous meltdowns, you can at least divide and conquer, each taking a child.
    And a birthday around Christmas is special. Our first boy, Michael, was born on Dec. 21st, and we brought him home Christmas eve, a night we'll remember for the rest of our Christmas eves. Now, he's headed to St. Ignatius in the fall, and he's caught up to his dad at 6-2, having already passed him in shoe size...
    God bless you all.
    John Ettorre AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 05/20/2003 09:07:30 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Reloaded AUTHOR: DATE: 05/20/2003 09:05:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: When it pours AUTHOR: DATE: 05/18/2003 05:36:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Congrats on your graduation, Erin. Hello Anton, nice website! AUTHOR: EMAIL: philip_bautista@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 05/18/2003 05:36:41 PM -----
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    COMMENT: Hollanders (Michigan) were also looking forward to seeing the lunar eclipse. Unfortunately, the cloud coverage was extensive here as well.

    I remember well staying up through the night in Idaho. I have to say it was one of the most awesome spectacles I have ever witnessed. The one thing about Idaho sunrises and sunsets: they are always spectacular. The moon was particularly large that night and appeared to be close enough to reach out and touch it. As I vividly recall, the moon appeared to be on a bunson burner slowly turning a deep red at the very base. As the evening progressed the brilliantly lit globe gradually became a ball of red hot fire. Viewers described it as being "blood red". Truly, it was a beautiful sight to behold. The sky was crystal clear and the air a bit on the cool side. All- in-all conditions were excellent for witnessing such an event.
    The cause of it? As I recall the newspapers daily were alerting us to the event claiming that the cause was from an erupting volano in Mexico.
    Why the doomsday messages that the news media passed on? Scripture suddenly seemed to be sounding so personal, so real, so timely to those who knew its passages. (One, for example: Joel 2:28/3:1-4 "After this I will pour out my spirit on all mankind. Your sons and daughters shall prophesy... I will display portents in heaven and on earth, blood and fire, and columns of smoke. The sun will be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood before the day of Yahweh dawns, that great and terrible day."
    As we all know, the Old Testament prophesied the coming of the Messiah. There was, in fact, a day (2003 years ago) that those prophesies were indeed fulfilled. Likewise, there will be a day when the end of the world will, indeed, come and the prophesies will be fulfilled. People have been looking for that day to happen for the last 2000 years. Just as for the previous 2000 - 4000 years, people were looking for the prophesies of the Messiah to come. On a very still night, the sky was clear, the star(s) was out. Scripture was fulfilled. It happened just as it was fortold.
    The end of the world? When will it happen? Who knows. God always lets His people know ahead of time when He plans to do something. His hopes are that people will get the message: turn back to Him.
    People in Mexico have a deep faith as do people in other continents. The events of those days (late 70's?) were spectacular enough to make people stop and contemplate the possibility that Scripture was about to be fulfilled. Perhaps that's why there was renewed interest in getting back to a relationship with God. However, as human nature so often reveals herself... complacency settles in when life becomes mundane. Nothing became of the "red night of the moon". What became of the moral fiber of the America's subsequently?
    Perhaps... on the fortnight of the lunar eclipse, it would behoove us to at least contemplate our own, individual, coming of the night. It will come for each of us. For each of us one day.. someday... the end will come.
    For those who have kept the Lord as the center of their lives... Scripture promises us.... the end will bring us into everlasting peace, joy, and life with our Creator. How awesome! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 05/16/2003 07:36:03 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Fragile X AUTHOR: DATE: 05/14/2003 09:32:01 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Jumping the shark AUTHOR: DATE: 05/14/2003 09:29:59 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Poolside AUTHOR: DATE: 05/14/2003 08:26:17 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Its Nice to hear your voice AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u2@quicknet.nl URL: DATE: 05/14/2003 08:26:17 AM -----
-------- TITLE: I need your help AUTHOR: DATE: 05/13/2003 08:07:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: 1 ?
    2 no,yes
    3 yes
    4 no AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@quicknet.nl URL: DATE: 05/13/2003 08:07:23 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Politics, ugh AUTHOR: DATE: 05/11/2003 06:37:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Movies, movies, so many movies AUTHOR: DATE: 05/11/2003 06:31:27 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The Walking Drum by AUTHOR: DATE: 05/10/2003 07:58:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Vaccines, and risk AUTHOR: DATE: 05/08/2003 08:01:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Paama reunion AUTHOR: DATE: 05/08/2003 07:39:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Fuzzy math redux AUTHOR: DATE: 05/07/2003 07:53:27 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: More murals AUTHOR: DATE: 05/07/2003 09:24:49 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Friends AUTHOR: DATE: 05/05/2003 07:57:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Food systems AUTHOR: DATE: 05/04/2003 07:23:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hurry AUTHOR: DATE: 05/03/2003 10:29:17 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Summer sensations AUTHOR: DATE: 05/02/2003 07:59:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sweet Iris AUTHOR: DATE: 05/01/2003 06:33:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Spring indoors AUTHOR: DATE: 04/28/2003 07:05:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The End is here AUTHOR: DATE: 04/28/2003 04:04:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: congrats you two.

    i am very jealous. i have a paper to finish tonight about how cataloging sound recordings is different from regular book cataloging. fascinating! i also have a collection development policy to finish for next week. I can't wait!

    in the meantime, we're trying to buy a house. life has such great timing.

    much love,

    mary AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 04/28/2003 04:04:07 AM ----- COMMENT: Apartment in Honolulu, Hawaii open for two weeks May 14 to May 28, 2003. One mile from Waikiki. Free to any Zuiker, Friend of Zuiker etc. call 808 523 1142 or 808 524 4689. We will be in Arizona with Ms Zuiker age 92 and then to Colorado to run race with Terry and eat with Dennis.

    joe zuiker AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 04/28/2003 04:04:07 AM -----
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    COMMENT: Happy Birthday, Erin!!
    Just got back home to my computer... sorry this is late. I hope you had a wonderful weekend with your family. May your last weeks with the books/papers go well! How much you and Anton have accomplished during the past 5 years! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 04/19/2003 05:55:40 PM -----
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    COMMENT: Z,
    Happy, happy birthday to you AND Anna. How I miss you so very much. But I've been keeping up on your life via your site. It's the next best thing to seeing you, but a pretty distant 2nd.
    Please give my best to your lovely and talented wife, and let me know when you're due back for a visit next.
    Keep studying and writing and dreaming, my friend. And an extra special Christ Year!
    Love,
    John Ettorre AUTHOR: EMAIL: jettorre@voyager.net URL: http://www.workingwithwords.blogspot.com DATE: 04/17/2003 10:25:55 AM -----
-------- TITLE: A natural selection AUTHOR: DATE: 04/15/2003 07:54:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 90 AUTHOR: DATE: 04/10/2003 08:42:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton,
    What a wonderful collage of photos from Dad's BD.
    I loved viewing the happy, again.
    God bless you and your precious family at this wonderful Easter time.
    Remember, He is risen!
    Love and prayers, Aunt Sue Sisco AUTHOR: EMAIL: ssisco@quixnet.net URL: DATE: 04/10/2003 08:42:54 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Hero stories AUTHOR: DATE: 04/09/2003 07:20:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: mitchell, heh?

    anton, i seem to remember buying you a copy of gone with the wind. it might not be real literature, but it's a fun read and amazingly influential in american pop culture. even umberto eco has written some lit crit on it.

    oh, and i finally read catcher in the rye myself in switzerland. i was surprised that i really didn't like it much. although i finally understand the thousands of references to it in my other reading.

    your feelings ring familiar though. the more i read, especially lately in reading about how libraries select materials, the more i know i haven't read much. but that's just so much to look forward to!

    mary AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 04/09/2003 07:20:25 PM -----
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    COMMENT: Happy Birthday Anton!

    all our love,

    mtc2 AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 04/03/2003 01:07:20 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton,

    What is your e-mail address. I have been trying to get in touch without any success.

    Doug AUTHOR: EMAIL: doug@dekko.com URL: DATE: 04/03/2003 01:07:20 PM -----
-------- TITLE: More blue, more green AUTHOR: DATE: 03/29/2003 04:10:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: When teachers return AUTHOR: DATE: 03/29/2003 04:00:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I hesitated before contacting you, Anton, because I'm not sure I'd want my 8th grade teachers coming out of the woodwork at me.

    I figured, though, that I was a 21-year-old first-year teacher, and nothing in my memory is more humiliating than that. ("C'mon, guys, please get off the desks...")

    Anyway, I'm glad you took it well. I may even try to look up some other folks. (This seems to have all the behavior of a mid-life crisis. Not so.)

    Take care, and say hi to your mom.

    -Todd. AUTHOR: EMAIL: toddf9@earthlink.net URL: DATE: 03/29/2003 04:00:29 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Overheard at the park AUTHOR: DATE: 03/29/2003 01:18:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: "We must negotiate with the nobles" quote form Brave Heart. Negotiation works especially well with tiranical dictators. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cezuiker@juno.com URL: DATE: 03/29/2003 01:18:28 PM ----- COMMENT: And what did Erin say? By the way Anton, the "smirk" is actually a grimace.

    Semper Fi,
    Tommy C. AUTHOR: EMAIL: giannidog@centurytel.net URL: DATE: 03/29/2003 01:18:28 PM -----
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    COMMENT: Thank you! It was a spectacularly beautiful... and welcome... spring day here in Michigan! One couldn't ask for more! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/27/2003 08:31:40 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Wag the dog AUTHOR: DATE: 03/25/2003 02:24:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: crop circles AUTHOR: DATE: 03/24/2003 04:32:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Collin Powell when asked by the Archbishop of Canterbury if our Iraqi Plans were an example of empire-building by George Bush, while at a large conference in England:

    He answered by saying that, "Over the years, the United States has sent many of its fine young men and women into great peril to fight for freedom beyond our borders. The only amount of land we have ever asked for in return is enough to bury those that did not return."

    We are not warmongers, nor are we imperialistic men and women fighting an unjust war. But some are adamant about Bush being the king of evil in this world. Of course, that is, until one is forced to deal with actual reality. Kenneth Joseph, a young American pastor, went to Iraq as a human shield. Once there, Joseph was quick to learn that Iraqis were praying for the war. They said that they were willing to get their homes demolished if it meant the end of Hussein. Joseph said, "Their tales of slow torture and killing made me ill, such as people put in a huge shredder for plastic products, feet first so they could hear their screams as bodies got chewed up from foot to head." Kenneth Joseph now supports the war. What a surprise.

    Rhetoric from both sides supports the self-serving purpose of closing our minds to an alternative to our perceived reality. This is the obvious point in the preceding paragraph. Did this really happen? I don't know, however, and more importantly, you can see and feel the "peaceniks" becoming further enraged that such a thing is being circulated. What I didn't like about the Warmonger vs. Peacenik conversation is that it draws parallels and doesn't complete the circle of stating actual, verifiable fact. Drawing parallels is quite easy and is utilized effectively by both sides. Frankly, we all need to stop this and focus on the reality of a current and present day war and the end state that will be waiting for us all in the near future. Stop trying to justify why we should go to war. It is upon us all now.

    The educated and equable know that there’s validity to each side. Some are voiced more convincing than others and advertised to the point of branding impressionable minds into submission. We all must be aware of the feasibility that the other side may have a valid point. If we fail to do this, we entrench ourselves in a fruitless debate with no chance for compromise. In this reality…we all lose.

    Semper Fidelis,
    Tommy Chung AUTHOR: EMAIL: giannidog@centurytel.net URL: DATE: 03/24/2003 04:32:04 PM -----
-------- TITLE: War blogging AUTHOR: DATE: 03/19/2003 06:50:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: tico talking AUTHOR: DATE: 03/17/2003 07:46:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A tiger’s tale AUTHOR: DATE: 03/16/2003 06:33:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Awesome display of Costa Rica via your pictures. Thanks for sharing them with us! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/16/2003 06:33:26 PM ----- COMMENT: Great slide show, Anton. Loved seeing the Costa Rica pics. We miss Anna already! AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com URL: http://tomandkatie.com DATE: 03/16/2003 06:33:26 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Pool time AUTHOR: DATE: 03/06/2003 06:31:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Nick’s a hotshot AUTHOR: DATE: 03/06/2003 11:10:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The Sound AUTHOR: DATE: 03/05/2003 05:00:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: How cool AUTHOR: DATE: 03/05/2003 10:50:18 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Finding the forest AUTHOR: DATE: 03/05/2003 10:11:26 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Recovering AUTHOR: DATE: 03/05/2003 10:04:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Get Well Soon Mrs. Zuiker!

    We are praying far a speedy and trouble-free recovery.

    Love,

    Bridget Dennis Fiona and Rory AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@avsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 03/05/2003 10:04:33 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Too hard AUTHOR: DATE: 03/01/2003 09:07:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: 1. take a deep breath.
    2. make a list.
    3. make sure to include some things you've already done and cross them off--this improves your sense of accomplishment.
    4. put the list aside for twenty minutes and read something for pleasure.
    5. repeat if desired. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 03/01/2003 09:07:30 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Outdoors indoors AUTHOR: DATE: 02/28/2003 05:07:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New Search AUTHOR: DATE: 02/25/2003 05:54:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, ShaughnessyFamily.net isn't updating. I tried to post something and noticed that Michael S has a posting too, but neither showed to the static web page. The 23rd was the last good entry. Any thoughts? And hello everyone. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 02/25/2003 05:54:07 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton, the shaugh Web updated. If you did anything, thanks. If not, well done AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 02/25/2003 05:54:07 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Show me the code AUTHOR: DATE: 02/25/2003 02:04:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Organ donors AUTHOR: DATE: 02/25/2003 10:25:52 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Out of the blue AUTHOR: DATE: 02/23/2003 03:34:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Drip, drip AUTHOR: DATE: 02/17/2003 05:13:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: No war, in pictures AUTHOR: DATE: 02/16/2003 01:07:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Do I hear a thousand AUTHOR: DATE: 02/16/2003 05:51:09 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Twinkie time AUTHOR: DATE: 02/14/2003 03:55:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: i feel the same way about little debbie swiss cake rolls. i binge, and then don't want to look at them for months. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 02/14/2003 03:55:54 PM ----- COMMENT: I grew up with a kid whose grandfather invented the Twinkie. They had tons of Hostess products in the fridge always. They also had tons of money, and his father was the president of the country club. All because of Twinkies. And, it seems, the kid has become a bit of a Twinkie himself: http://artists.iuma.com/IUMA/Bands/Alan_Snyder/ AUTHOR: EMAIL: tommichael2@msn.com URL: http://www.tomandkatie.com/ DATE: 02/14/2003 03:55:54 PM ----- COMMENT: i love twinkies so u better stop talking bad about them or i am going to get you! AUTHOR: EMAIL: itsnbits13@cs.com URL: http://sdf DATE: 02/14/2003 03:55:54 PM -----
-------- TITLE: States’ rights AUTHOR: DATE: 02/14/2003 03:47:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Knew him when AUTHOR: DATE: 02/08/2003 07:57:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: blogging101 AUTHOR: DATE: 02/07/2003 06:35:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, Thank you for your postings. They certainly have broadened my knowledge of the world and have often caused me to stop and evaluate my own positions at times. I appreciate the variety of topics. Thanks and ... keep writing! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/07/2003 06:35:43 PM -----
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    COMMENT: Nice of him to out do his daddy. A nice family rivalry. Jeb in 2012! AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 02/06/2003 04:36:40 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Jumpin’ AUTHOR: DATE: 02/06/2003 04:31:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Tami,
    I would love to help you with this. Can't give you much.... Would $10. be ok? Send me your address and I'll zip it right to you! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/06/2003 04:31:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Cleveland back then AUTHOR: DATE: 02/04/2003 07:30:21 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Listen to this AUTHOR: DATE: 02/03/2003 06:40:45 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Digging for the truth AUTHOR: DATE: 02/03/2003 06:38:56 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What?! AUTHOR: DATE: 02/03/2003 06:04:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Columbia status AUTHOR: DATE: 02/03/2003 05:14:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Columbia AUTHOR: DATE: 02/01/2003 04:54:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bugs in the night AUTHOR: DATE: 02/01/2003 06:42:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Vanuatu CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Eeeeeeek! Anton, I feel extra-special wimpy now that I’ve read this. You and Erin had much, much more to contend with in your adventures. As a result, next time, I’m ferrying my creepy crawlies to your yard for some expert handling! =) AUTHOR: EMAIL: arsepoetica@gmail.com URL: http://arsepoetica.typepad.com DATE: 02/01/2003 06:42:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Super Bowl ads AUTHOR: DATE: 02/01/2003 05:06:43 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What madness is this? AUTHOR: DATE: 01/31/2003 01:34:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 30 AUTHOR: DATE: 01/29/2003 09:01:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Joel, Wishing you a wonderfully festive birthday. Since I know we were born in the same year, I know this is the Big 3-0 for you. Enjoy! I myself am marching onto April with a bit of anxiety, I just can't believe I will be joining the lot of 30 somethings. Alas, enjoy your day. I hope it is full of laughter and love. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 01/29/2003 09:01:43 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Fiction accepted here AUTHOR: DATE: 01/29/2003 03:16:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Family stories good & bad AUTHOR: DATE: 01/28/2003 06:46:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Interesting idea, Anton. I'm just wondering how you'd get two feuding relatives to pose together during an argument. "Okay, now move closer together while shouting!" AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 01/28/2003 06:46:59 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Mirror, mirror AUTHOR: DATE: 01/25/2003 07:57:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bluegrass, yeah AUTHOR: DATE: 01/25/2003 07:47:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Class time, Mr. President AUTHOR: DATE: 01/22/2003 06:01:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Shipping out AUTHOR: DATE: 01/22/2003 04:58:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Justice AUTHOR: DATE: 01/18/2003 07:52:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I just finished the article last night, and was horrified. I had never followed the case and knew none of the facts, but it seemed to me from watching the news recently in New England that if a kid DID commit a crime like this at 15, but lived a reformed life after kicking the bottle, then retribution was pointless. Is that not the point of our prison system--Corrections and Reform? We claim to have a system of "Corrections" in our country--rather than prisons where people's hands or tonges are cut off--we believe that people can be reformed. Or do we? The strongest feeling I had after finishing the article is that our country is no better than Afghanistan if we allow vigilante justice to run our judicial system. People are violent--EVERYWHERE--its how you respond to that violence that counts. Dostoyevsky once said that you could judge the moral fiber of a culture by how they treat their children and their criminals. Well, I find cases like Michael Skakel's prove our moral bancruptcy. A horrible crime was committed, and they happen everyday, but hounding and killing the person responsible (or the person "judged" to be responsible) will never bring the girl back. Retribution never reverses the horrible event. The only hope we have is to NOT respond in kind, with fangs barred and blood on our hands. The author who seems to have spearheaded the re-opening of this case claims to have done so for the sake of his own murdered daughter. Nothing he does will ever bring her back. Nothing. No matter how many criminal "celebrities" he brings down, guilty or not, she is dead. This may sound harsh on my part, but I simply refuse to acknowledge the excuses made for vigilante "justice." The whole point of the American system is to remove those primarily affected (the victim, the family, etc.) and give the decision to impartial folks. Well, this seems to rarely occur anymore and, as for me, God help me if I'm ever found in the wrong place at the wrong time--in the crosshairs of a grieving loved one bent on "justice". As another wise man once said, "I'm praying to God, 'cause I don't trust the voters." AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 01/18/2003 07:52:12 PM ----- COMMENT: Mary, Great recap, I could not agree more. cz AUTHOR: EMAIL: czuiker@sbcglobal.net URL: http://xxx DATE: 01/18/2003 07:52:12 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Buy more tools AUTHOR: DATE: 01/17/2003 04:12:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I concur. My father works at the corporate offices in New Britain, Connecticut. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 01/17/2003 04:12:08 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Goodbye Ravens Roost AUTHOR: DATE: 01/16/2003 06:21:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Music to my ears AUTHOR: DATE: 01/14/2003 06:24:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Monitoring the situation AUTHOR: DATE: 01/13/2003 05:18:17 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Way to go Anton! I think you've go Christine beat on that deal! AUTHOR: EMAIL: seansc@msn.com URL: DATE: 01/13/2003 05:18:17 PM -----
-------- TITLE: More CSI Awards AUTHOR: DATE: 01/13/2003 05:44:51 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I am telling you somehow I am supposed to get in touch with him to audition in one of his shows. Joel AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerjoel@cs.com URL: DATE: 01/13/2003 05:44:51 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Perseverance AUTHOR: DATE: 01/12/2003 05:06:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Unnecessary deaths AUTHOR: DATE: 01/09/2003 03:53:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: With so many killed people by accidents with drunkdriver , Can you imagine how many people are actually driving drunk ? WHY !!!!! AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 01/09/2003 03:53:53 PM ----- COMMENT: today in a Dutch newspaper:as good as possible translated ALCOHOLLOCK FOR DRUNKDRIVERS Drivers whom are arrested with to muts alcohol in there blood,are getting a alcohollock in there cars . Its an blow-machine connected with the engine (starter) and you can only start the engine when the driver blows in a the machine and the driver has no alcohol in his/her breathe. They will test it this year. AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 01/09/2003 03:53:53 PM ----- COMMENT: This is great i like it AUTHOR: EMAIL: matt_nash2@hotmail.con URL: DATE: 01/09/2003 03:53:53 PM ----- COMMENT: I am consider about our teenagers here in Texas. The reason is I worked in a high school and some of the students are telling me that they are getting drunk at any supermarket. The beer and wine are out in the open.Anybody can go and have a free beer. Because there is know carmeras to know if any body is gettting drunk at the store expense. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jnieto@satx.rr.com URL: DATE: 01/09/2003 03:53:53 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Under Construction AUTHOR: DATE: 01/07/2003 02:11:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Haircuts AUTHOR: DATE: 01/06/2003 06:42:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hail hits Vanuatu AUTHOR: DATE: 01/06/2003 06:22:18 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Thou shall not kill AUTHOR: DATE: 01/04/2003 12:05:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In the mail AUTHOR: DATE: 01/03/2003 06:41:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Naughty or nice? AUTHOR: DATE: 01/01/2003 09:27:17 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Happy New Year to All! AUTHOR: DATE: 12/31/2003 08:38:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: happy new year! AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 12/31/2003 08:38:46 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Resolutions AUTHOR: DATE: 12/27/2002 04:39:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: operation lose weight AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerjoel@cs.com URL: DATE: 12/27/2002 04:39:21 PM -----
-------- TITLE: From the road AUTHOR: DATE: 12/22/2002 06:36:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bellwood babies AUTHOR: DATE: 12/19/2002 05:49:18 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bird call AUTHOR: DATE: 12/16/2002 03:55:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Semester's close AUTHOR: DATE: 12/14/2002 06:08:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 26.2 again AUTHOR: DATE: 12/07/2002 04:50:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Congratulations, Joe. I saw that you just came in under the 5-hour mark. Way to go! -Tom (Michael) & Katie (Shaughnessy) AUTHOR: EMAIL: katherine@doegirl.com URL: http://tomandkatie.com DATE: 12/07/2002 04:50:47 PM -----
-------- TITLE: refugees tonight AUTHOR: DATE: 12/06/2002 04:50:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: dec.6 is my bithday and we where looking at the news, i see( i dont know how to write the past-tense word for see ,saw?) the weather in your area and i have to think about you all.good luck and take care, aldo i now it doesnt help we think about you. John AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 12/06/2002 04:50:19 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Skating, running, flying AUTHOR: DATE: 11/30/2002 09:49:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: How about a Zuiker reunion aboard ship? One of the teachers at my school goes in January... all her brothers/sisters go (without kids I think)... it's cheap then they say.... and they have a ball. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/30/2002 09:49:01 PM ----- COMMENT: How about a cruise from holland to Ireland ( if there is one ) but i know there are cruise ships going from holland to England and from England to Ireland. AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 11/30/2002 09:49:01 PM -----
-------- TITLE: T-Day AUTHOR: DATE: 11/28/2002 09:48:39 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: For my new husband, who makes me laugh everyday. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff6er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 11/28/2002 09:48:39 AM ----- COMMENT: My new pots and pans, which make the cooking fun on our first Thanksgiving as married folk. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 11/28/2002 09:48:39 AM ----- COMMENT: for all good things, especially my dear husband who is a fantastic chef and my darling daughter who claps after cranberries and ice cream -- her two favorite thanksgiving treats. hope you all had a lovely, peaceful day. AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/28/2002 09:48:39 AM ----- COMMENT: We do not have thanksgiving in holland but we have Sinterklaas (sounds like Santa Claus ) ( you can compare hem with your Father Christmas he brings gives,)i am thankful for having such lovely children and wife in good health how love what they get from sinterklaas . Happy Thanksgiving AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 11/28/2002 09:48:39 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Get an agent, Joel AUTHOR: DATE: 11/25/2002 05:36:04 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: When will the movie transmit(broadcast) on the European TV or cinemas? john AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 11/25/2002 05:36:04 AM ----- COMMENT: I doubt it will. I will actually be surprised if they ever show it again actually AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerjoel@cs.com URL: DATE: 11/25/2002 05:36:04 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Blogchalk AUTHOR: DATE: 11/22/2002 06:46:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Smallpox scare? AUTHOR: DATE: 11/22/2002 06:38:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Joel's TV debut AUTHOR: DATE: 11/22/2002 01:55:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sniffles, slides and smiles AUTHOR: DATE: 11/19/2002 06:18:27 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: As a child, I never wanted to miss school. We used to get awards for having perfect attendance. I remember the day my father took me to the doctor (Mom was in the hospital. A neighbor told my dad I had the chicken pox). I was so angry when the doctor told me I had to stay home... even though I had past the contagious stage. You see, I had made it to the 4th grade without missing a day. The problem, of course, was that it was hard to tell how many of the other students' absences were the result of my doing. Anyway. I share your desire to be at school where the action is. On the other hand, being on the administrative end of it all, I am thankful for parents who keep their children home for [genuine] illnesses. (Not only do the other children have a chance of staying healthy, it keeps my teachers healthy, too! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/19/2002 06:18:27 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Pipedream AUTHOR: DATE: 11/13/2002 08:25:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On the road AUTHOR: DATE: 11/11/2002 06:25:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: JFK and PC AUTHOR: DATE: 11/11/2002 06:13:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A soldier speaks AUTHOR: DATE: 11/10/2002 04:24:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, It's great to have an avenue for free exchange. Semper Fi, Tommy C AUTHOR: EMAIL: giannidog@centurytel.net URL: DATE: 11/10/2002 04:24:09 PM -----
-------- TITLE: 21 AUTHOR: DATE: 11/05/2002 09:53:35 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Dear Matt, We wish you a blessed and wonderful birthday. We love you. Aunt Sue and Uncle Lew AUTHOR: EMAIL: ssisco@quixnet.net URL: DATE: 11/05/2002 09:53:35 AM ----- COMMENT: Happy Birthday, Matt. My youngest... 21. WOW. Celebrate... with care. Love ya! Mom AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/05/2002 09:53:35 AM ----- COMMENT: Matt, Happy Birthday! 21! Fantastic. I can't believe I met you when you were just 10 years old and we played basketball at NIU. You're a great brother-in-law. Enjoy your day. Erin AUTHOR: EMAIL: erin@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/05/2002 09:53:35 AM ----- COMMENT: thank you everyone. I enjoyed my birthday. Matt AUTHOR: EMAIL: niuhuskie2001@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 11/05/2002 09:53:35 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Get out the vote AUTHOR: DATE: 11/04/2002 01:50:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, Mean spirited, come on, that is very uneducated speach and you do not have any facts to back a comment like that. What do you stand for is the question. bro AUTHOR: EMAIL: cezuiker@juno.com URL: DATE: 11/04/2002 01:50:39 PM ----- COMMENT: Chris, I appreciate your response, but what I posted was my opinion. I think that George Bush is a very unkind man, even though he tries to show himself to be a man of the people. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/04/2002 01:50:39 PM ----- COMMENT: anton I agree AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 11/04/2002 01:50:39 PM ----- COMMENT: Anton, Though your comments on voting are undoubtedly supported by the majority of your website surfers, I feel compelled to comment on my Command in Chief and his ?mean-spirited? and ?single-minded? attitude. Point of Order: For those that don?t know me, I would be one of those "trigger pullers" in a war with Iraq, but more importantly, I?d also be the one that would be ordering my Marines to take the lives of the anonymous men and women with whom they face in battle. These comments are solely my opinions, and not those of the Department of Defense, Department of Navy, or the United States Marine Corps. You listed a fine roll call of Republicans that have and continue to support President Bush in all aspects of his administration. I truly believe that the Republican?s motives are well known and voiced without equivocation and resonate the one voice, one command environment needed in the upper echelons of our Nation?s leadership. I feel obligated to mention the motives of the Democrats who, faced with a popular president going into these past mid-term elections, are playing politics with national security. Don't ask me to prove it, nobody's proved anything about President Bush's motives but the innuendo goes on without challenge. Guessing the President's intentions and debating possible selfish motives is absolutely ridiculous and will continue to be an exercise in futility. Where is the 'smoking gun' evidence of such vile intentions that the Democrats are always demanding from Bush about Saddam's intentions - and Saddam is a proven murderer and seeker of ever more powerful murder weapons. And speaking of evidence against Saddam, I don't think many people have considered how difficult it is to judge how much is enough, given the stakes. Here's an example to get the idea of Bush's problems. The conditions: * Attacking Iraq will cost an estimated 40,000 deaths to our forces (my Marines or perhaps myself) and worldwide. * The chance that Saddam has or will have weapons of mass destruction and will use them is estimated as roughly 1 in 10. * Using these weapons, it is estimated that Saddam will kill 500,000 people worldwide before he can be stopped. Should we attack? Should we sacrifice 40,000 people with only a 1 in 10 chance that we are actually preventing Saddam from committing this mass murder? This is not close to the degree of certainty that the anti-war people are demanding, yet there are good mathematical reasons to say we should attack. The point of this example is that because of the high penalty in lives if Saddam gets and uses weapons of mass destruction, it takes very little evidence to make stopping him worthwhile. We know that he was seeking to get these weapons, which he's now had years to make and to hide them well, and that he's evil enough to use them, especially with Israel at his doorstep. If President Bush has erred thus far, it's in not having already attacked the mad man across the sea. Recently, President Bush remarked, ?I stand by these words: Afghanistan is just the beginning.? And he stated that Saddam Hussein ?needs to let inspectors back in his country.? When asked about the consequences of not letting inspectors back into Iraq, President Bush replied: ?He?ll find out.? And so shall we. So what has all this debate taught me? It gave me my first ever postulate on life: ?If given the chance to do nothing, people will do nothing.? Democracy is conversation. Then take action. Ductus Exemplo, Tommy C Captain U. S. Marine Corps AUTHOR: EMAIL: giannidog@centurytel.net URL: DATE: 11/04/2002 01:50:39 PM ----- COMMENT: Tom. Thank you for your somber, yet insightful,perspective on the Iraq issue. It is always in hindsight that we can see the wisdom.. or lack of it.. in actions taken/not taken. At this time, I believe, the one thing we can and should do is pray for President Bush that he will receive the "wisdom of Solomon". I am sure that he must be spending sleepless nights over the whole issue. If he isn't doing so, I would be most concerned. Perhaps.. Democrats and Republicans alike are likewise waking in the nighttime hours wondering and worrying. Certainly there is no easy answer to it all. I do want to thank you for putting yourself on the line in active service defending our country. My prayers go with you. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/04/2002 01:50:39 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Readings AUTHOR: DATE: 11/01/2002 08:34:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Can you please explain what the word weblogging or we blog means its not in my dictionary AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 11/01/2002 08:34:19 PM ----- COMMENT: Weblogging, or "blogging" for short, is a way to update a web page by writing short paragraphs or stories. Often these "posts" include links to other web pages. There are many websites and software programs that allow someone to administer a blog. I use Movable Type (at www.movabletype.org) for Zuiker Chronicles Online, and I also use Blogger (at www.blogger.com) for a new website for my wife's family (at www.shaughnessyfamily.net). Here's a web page with a history of weblogging: http://www.rebeccablood.net/essays/weblog_history.html. Another good website to learn more about blogging is www.blogroots.com. I hope this helps. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 11/01/2002 08:34:19 PM ----- COMMENT: thank you it helps AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 11/01/2002 08:34:19 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Final rest AUTHOR: DATE: 11/01/2002 08:26:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: M&M, and JC AUTHOR: DATE: 11/01/2002 10:30:30 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Late to bed, again AUTHOR: DATE: 10/22/2002 10:02:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: By memory AUTHOR: DATE: 10/19/2002 11:37:45 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I can hardly blame anyone for not knowing the pledge since, for the greater part of the last 2 decades, most of the schools in our country dropped it from the daily routine. Likewise, audiences at our nation's Sunday activities (football, hockey, etc.)often stood by quietly and non-verbally witnessed the singing of our national anthem. Yes, as Anton pointed out, in a crowd, the words come easily to mind. Sad day, though, for our nation. Patriotism has taken on many varied hues. The book is interesting and most assuredly will provoke a lively debate. In the meantime, I understand Hannity has a program which airs at 9:00 p.m. on WLS (Chicago time). Is that what Grandpa Sisco has been listening to through the night all these years? He sleeps with the radio turned to a talk show. In high school, I gave myself the challenge to memorize John Donne's No Man Is An Island poem, from For Whom the Bell Tolls. Through the years, that poem has often come to mind. This was particularly so when we, as a family, would be serving at soup kitchens, or passing a homeless person on the street, or inviting one into our home. Powerful poem! Thought provoking book. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cheryl@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 10/19/2002 11:37:45 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Kauai to Keo's AUTHOR: DATE: 10/19/2002 06:50:17 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 91 AUTHOR: DATE: 10/18/2002 10:59:47 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A short survey AUTHOR: DATE: 10/18/2002 10:52:19 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hi Anton, 1. Well, I actually couldn't count how many times I go to Zuiker Chronicles in a year. I visit the site at least four or five times a week. Anton, I hope this doesn't throw off your visitation numbers, but I just like to check in on you guys! 2. Features I like: PICTURES! I have to admit that many times I am hoping to see pictures of my little niece, Anna. I miss seeing her very much and feel that I am a part of her growth when I see such frequent images of her in her daily life (rather than just studio shots every year). Also, I always read your comments. And even though I have not been in touch as frequently with you, Anton, since we've both moved away from Cleveland, I still feel like I know what's going on with you and your thoughts. Your approach is really quite nice as it shares with a great many people your personal thoughts, but it doesn't have the feel of a mass email. Those always seem so impersonal. 3. I have to admit. I like more pictures. But I'm kind of a photo nut. Otherwise, I think it is a great set-up. Very clean and easy to navigate, at least for me, but I'm in the business of internet browsing. 4. There is nothing I need explained, but I'd be curious as well to know what others think who do not use the web as often as I do. Hope this helps! I love Zuiker Chronicles! AUTHOR: EMAIL: shaughnessy_mary@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 10/18/2002 10:52:19 AM ----- COMMENT: 1. At least 4 times a week and up to 7 times a week. Either at home, work or at the library. 2. Your main story, the link to "Anna", or pictures. 3. More pictures. I know that you'll take more pictures than you post. 4. I really overall enjoy your outstanding site, inasmuch as, I am unable to visit with you'll on a regular basic. I realize that everything takes time and money. AUTHOR: EMAIL: HRM350694@AOL.COM URL: DATE: 10/18/2002 10:52:19 AM ----- COMMENT: 1. About twice a month. 2. Love your daily chronicles and all the pics. I hear your voice reading your words and feel like we're staying in touch. I like to hear about your family and all your relatives, and sometimes even wish I were an Oscar Meyer Weiner ... oh wait ... I mean, I sometimes wish I were a Zuiker. 3. and 4. No comments or suggestions. It's a great site and your family is very lucky that you've done this work. It's a wonderful gift. AUTHOR: EMAIL: lbaxa@hawaii.rr.com URL: DATE: 10/18/2002 10:52:19 AM ----- COMMENT: Hallo Anton 1 How many times in the last year have you visited? :I dont know i think a lot but that doesnt help .It depend on the time, in the summer once a month and the rest of the year once a week . 2What featutures on the website do you like to use or read?:the familytree,the photos and the most stories . 3What can I improve about the site so that you will visit more often?: I am thinking about a (punch-line) I dont know if this is an English word but what i mean is and your stories end with a short question .Example do you remember your story about the wordcup soccer? end your story with : What is your favourite team and why? or Who do you think is going to be the wordchampion and why?Show the answers not in a commentbox but on the page so that there is comments on comments end everyone is involved and i think everyone whants to see if there is a comment on what they think. Keep your personal stories as they are with the nomale comments but ones a week a storie from the news, sports ( not politics) your opinion about it end with a punch-line and give us the chance to be invoved with your site. AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 10/18/2002 10:52:19 AM -----
-------- TITLE: To be a Public servant AUTHOR: DATE: 10/12/2002 08:16:49 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Tell Matt that Hawaii is warm. Matt's Dad. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 10/12/2002 08:16:49 PM ----- COMMENT: Tell Matt that Hawaii is warm. Matt's Dad. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 10/12/2002 08:16:49 PM ----- COMMENT: Tell Matt that Hawaii is warm. Matt's Dad. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 10/12/2002 08:16:49 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Marvelous Mali Music AUTHOR: DATE: 10/09/2002 07:59:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Wafting on a sunday morning AUTHOR: DATE: 10/05/2002 08:20:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: You will love the water country . I have my work at a Dutch harbour , and enjoy the fresh sea-wind ,water and boat??s every day. john AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 10/05/2002 08:20:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: West Nile Virus AUTHOR: DATE: 10/04/2002 06:59:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Oil? Did someone say oil? AUTHOR: DATE: 10/04/2002 06:51:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I imagine there a lot of protests on UNC campus today, in response to Congressional approval of authorizing war against Iraq. There's one brewing in downtown Chicago right now, gathering in the next 10 minutes. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tmichael@eb.com URL: DATE: 10/04/2002 06:51:06 PM ----- COMMENT: I imagine there a lot of protests on UNC campus today, in response to Congressional approval of authorizing war against Iraq. There's one brewing in downtown Chicago right now, gathering in the next 10 minutes. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tmichael@eb.com URL: DATE: 10/04/2002 06:51:06 PM -----
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    COMMENT: We are doing something like your thankful prayer too, only we ask our children and each other where we are most thankful for that day. AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 09/20/2002 07:46:39 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Passings AUTHOR: DATE: 09/20/2002 07:24:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Queueing AUTHOR: DATE: 09/20/2002 07:17:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Looking Back AUTHOR: DATE: 09/19/2002 12:23:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Rusty to Rest AUTHOR: DATE: 09/18/2002 08:50:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pen pals AUTHOR: DATE: 09/16/2002 08:11:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Coal Miner's Extra AUTHOR: DATE: 09/16/2002 07:51:30 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Indelible AUTHOR: DATE: 09/11/2002 08:13:31 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: The amazing year that has gone by was filled with stories that seem to be even more impactful in the shadow of 911. People hurting people for reasons rooted in hate, greed and power was very apparent during this time. Deliberate or not,powerful individuals overcome with greed was a common theme over the past few months. Amazing and not surprising. Values appear to be an afterthought from parents who "support" their children in little league baseball to corporate "leaders" who base decisions on self rather than whole. As discouraging as these can be, the memories of the 911 heroes provides comfort by remembering these were simple people helping unknown participants in a horrible tragedy. Many have said "where was God here"? God was present in all of these heroes..God was present when more than 50,000 people were spared because they had not entered the Towers prior to the first plane..God IS present in helping all who must deal with the aftermath. The true power of this incredible event lies in understanding how our country and each one of us moves on with the help of the same God present in our daily lives. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jacksolpasales@onedomino.com URL: DATE: 09/11/2002 08:13:31 PM ----- COMMENT: A few thoughts on 911. AUTHOR: EMAIL: jacksolpa@aol.com URL: DATE: 09/11/2002 08:13:31 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Silence AUTHOR: DATE: 09/11/2002 06:14:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Backyard visitor AUTHOR: DATE: 09/11/2002 05:16:12 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hawaiian hula II AUTHOR: DATE: 09/09/2002 08:20:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hawaiian hula AUTHOR: DATE: 09/09/2002 11:10:58 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Happy belated birthday, JFZ. It was great to see you this summer. I enjoyed reading about your run. -Tom & Katherine Michael AUTHOR: EMAIL: tmichael@eb.com URL: DATE: 09/09/2002 11:10:58 AM -----
-------- TITLE: The crow has flown AUTHOR: DATE: 09/07/2002 06:32:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: No use cryin'? AUTHOR: DATE: 09/07/2002 06:25:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Silled milk....We can all relate to the little edvents in life that can create stress. I often get uptight but then I am gently reminded that it's nothing. I saw a 3 foot gentleman hobbling off to work yesterday with his 2 crutches and his bow legs. He is a fighter. And I gave a "tenner" to a homeless lady yesterday who gave me some advise about how to clip the money to my lapel so I won't get hassled in the store by security employees (presumably she thinks I am a good candidate for being homeless). Maybe she knows something I do not know. Anyway she is a fighter. I wish this story had some good connection to the true discomfort of your milk adventure. But I am stuck.... Hope you keep the windows open until it dries and becomes cheese. Don't forget Zookers came from Harrison, Wisc. the cheese capital of central Wisconsin... Or is it capitol....? Darn it. AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 09/07/2002 06:25:54 PM ----- COMMENT: erin & anton, did you try Windex? i hear it works for everything:) AUTHOR: EMAIL: shaughnessy_mary@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 09/07/2002 06:25:54 PM -----
-------- TITLE: A web of links AUTHOR: DATE: 09/04/2002 07:10:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Where's the ark? AUTHOR: DATE: 08/31/2002 07:53:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I hope you'll have good rain gear. Cleveland, OH is 5 1/2" of rain short as of 8/31/02. AUTHOR: EMAIL: HRM350694@AOL.COM URL: DATE: 08/31/2002 07:53:53 PM -----
-------- TITLE: He's the man AUTHOR: DATE: 08/30/2002 02:20:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Empire Falls by Richard Russo AUTHOR: DATE: 08/27/2002 08:08:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: is there zuiker.com email anymore??? mine won't work! :( if anybody know what's up please let me know! AUTHOR: EMAIL: jetskikate@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 08/27/2002 08:08:09 PM ----- COMMENT: Kate,check your Hotmail account. I sent a message to you about the change to the Zuiker.com e-mail. Please contact me and I can get you set up again. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 08/27/2002 08:08:09 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Bush leagues AUTHOR: DATE: 08/27/2002 11:20:58 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: hi! my name is kate zuiker. ever since i've found this website i've used it for my email, i'm kate@zuiker.com and i'm related to art and arlene zuiker of chicago, they're my grandparents. i'm going to hillsdale college where i am a freshman. i just arrived and my email account is not working. i was wondering if it was something wrong from my end, or if there is no more zuiker.com email. please email me at my hotmail address so that i can check it. thank you. -kate zuiker jetskikate@hotmail.com AUTHOR: EMAIL: jetskikate@hotmail.com or kate@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 08/27/2002 11:20:58 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Parts AUTHOR: DATE: 08/26/2002 05:39:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Primaries AUTHOR: DATE: 08/24/2002 09:31:44 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Yes Anton, we need representitives who are tolerant and who are fair minded and who are not mean spirited but accept people for who they are. Unless you hold values that are contrary to the political moment of the time. AUTHOR: EMAIL: czuiker@juno.com URL: DATE: 08/24/2002 09:31:44 AM -----
-------- TITLE: School news AUTHOR: DATE: 08/24/2002 09:18:55 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Scrutiny AUTHOR: DATE: 08/17/2002 07:55:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Green genes AUTHOR: DATE: 08/17/2002 07:50:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Food as art AUTHOR: DATE: 08/15/2002 07:15:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Adam Gopnik has an interesting point, about the chef being the only artist who still has to worry about what the audience thinks. And lately, signature chefs have been elevated to superstar status, so I wonder if they'll stop caring about the audience. Anyway, to me, good chefs are like magicians. Gopnik must be a busy man. He wrote the Cultural Life section of our United States article (I wrote People and Religion), and the last time he phoned a friend here, he asked, "And how is your son James doing at Yale?" To which, my friend said, "just fine," because he was too startled to reply that he has only a daughter, Hayley, age four. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tmichael@eb.com URL: DATE: 08/15/2002 07:15:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Fresh coat AUTHOR: DATE: 08/14/2002 06:30:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Six is Special AUTHOR: DATE: 08/10/2002 08:37:28 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: a bit late but, a happy anniversary Anton and Erin ! John AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.nl URL: DATE: 08/10/2002 08:37:28 AM ----- COMMENT: Thanks, John. I've got a great partner, and she means the world to me. I've been thinking a lot lately about when Erin and I traveled around the world -- we started in Cleveland and ended up there two years later -- and I feel damn lucky to have had such a great companion. But even the small, day-to-day travels now are just as adventurous. That's love. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 08/10/2002 08:37:28 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Thrills AUTHOR: DATE: 08/01/2002 08:24:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Roger that AUTHOR: DATE: 07/31/2002 08:28:38 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: On the avenue AUTHOR: DATE: 07/26/2002 02:54:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pennsylvania candles AUTHOR: DATE: 07/23/2002 08:10:46 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: King Corn? AUTHOR: DATE: 07/20/2002 02:21:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Morning glory AUTHOR: DATE: 07/17/2002 06:02:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hey Anton, What did you think of the Enron article? I'm not sure myself, since I am of the younger crowd that may depend on someone giving me a chance because I am "talented" more than experienced. However, I've run into more young professionals than I'd care to count who are "talented" and up-and-coming, but who lack any sense of intelligence beyond tracking the markets and how to sell useless gimmicks to twelve-year-olds. AUTHOR: EMAIL: shaughnessy_mary@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 07/17/2002 06:02:07 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Don't be last AUTHOR: DATE: 07/17/2002 05:49:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Catholic chicanery? AUTHOR: DATE: 07/16/2002 08:51:56 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hopefully, when one reads Wills' book, they will read with discernment. As people generally know the New Yorker is consistently anti-Catholic church in the Traditional sense. They tend to print articles which support their opinion... which is often in opposition to Pope John Paul II and to orthodox Roman Catholic teaching. Mr. Wills writes his book as a cafeteria Catholic. He chooses what he likes and discards what he doesn't like. This is fine if it doesn't include basic dogma, magisterial teaching, and Tradition. When one decides to discard and and/or all of these, as Mr. Wills does, he no longer is Catholic and therefore, should refrain from calling himself Catholic. If one is a member of a group (be is boy scouts, Democrat/Republican party, American) and denounces the basic tenets of his particular "affiliation", he no longer is such. One cannot call himself a democrat and vote Republican on the ballot. He has declared himself an imposter. Certainly, he would not dare openly profess republican beliefs to a democratic gathering of which he considers himself a member. He would be duly escorted out and in due haste. The same is true in the Catholic Church.While the Church certainly allows for discussion, when it comes to core beliefs, one is either Catholic or non-Catholic. Martin Luther understood the dynamics well. Mr. Wells .. and those who think he is right on, would do well to understand likewise. If you aren't with us.. you aren't with us. One would be much happier in the Protestant churches who have a love for God.. but have a different set of beliefs. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cazuiker@core.com URL: DATE: 07/16/2002 08:51:56 AM ----- COMMENT: I'm not so sure that I would wholeheartedly support that departure from the consensus renders one a non-member in the Catholic Church. I love the Church for the divine mysteries, the resurrection, transubstantiation, and most importantly--the philosophical puzzles boldy tackled by men like Thomas Aquinas. However, if we, as the Church, always threw out the non-believers, or 'non-cooperative', we may never have been blessed with the company and leadership of the Franciscan Order of Friars, who challenged much of the Church's dogma in the 14th Century, including tithing the poor, wealthy monasteries, and the Spanish Inquisition. I think that, as a Catholic and an American--both institutions made up solely of people who believe in something greater than themselves--we should embrace the disagreement. Those that challenge my faith in the face of hard reality only bring me closer to God. AUTHOR: EMAIL: shaughnessy_mary@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 07/16/2002 08:51:56 AM ----- COMMENT: It is gratifying to know that Mary desires to grow in her faith... particularly in those areas of "hard reality". Perhaps it is here, then, that we have some common ground on which to begin discussion. Truth IS hard reality. The hard reality (Truth) of the Roman Catholic Church on which we then, assumably, agree include the following beliefs: * Jesus is God, Second Person of the Blessed Trinity. * Jesus' Incarnation came about through the virgin Mary, who was and always retained her virginity. * Jesus's Crucifixion - central to our Creed. He died for each of us (Mary, me, and eacg and every other person in existence). If there existed only one person (Mary or me or anyone) Jesus did and would have died for that one person. * Jesus' Resurrection - in the flesh (not merely symbolic) to be visibly seen by many. * Transubstantiation. Jesus is TRULY present.. in the FLESH.. BODY, BLOOD, SOUL, AND DIVINITY. When we receive the Eucharist, we receive.. literally.. Jesus' Body and Blood. We eat His Flesh. Divine Mystery that it is! * Miracles are REAL manifestations of God.. which were given and are STILL given to us through God's infinite mercy and love. * Primacy of Peter. Jesus instituted the Church. He gave Peter the keys to the kingdom, thereby making him the first pope of His Church. The authority of the papacy has NEVER been in question by those who truly profess themselves to be followers of Christ in His Roman Catholic Church.. which dates back to Peter. Scripture confirms this as we see John running to and arriving at the tomb first. He peers in.. but WAITS for PETER (Head/Pope) to enter first. * Church's consistent teaching against contraception and abortion. Church's teaching follows what Scripture has taught from the very beginning (Genesis) ... against contraception (Onan). This list of core beliefs.. if one is truly Roman Catholic.. is common ground. It is common only if one believes inclusively each and every core belief above as stated. It is good if we can find ourselves here... for then there is possibility for walking together in discussion. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cazuiker@core.com URL: DATE: 07/16/2002 08:51:56 AM ----- COMMENT: Fact: Mary and Mary were at the tomb first in three of the four Gospels. In Matthew, the men don't even go to the cave, they jaunt off to Galilee. Opinion: True theology does not base its beliefs on social or scientific issues (in any time) such as abortion or contraception. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mclaff9er@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 07/16/2002 08:51:56 AM ----- COMMENT: True.. Mary was there. And...yes, she was there first. She, however, does go to tell Peter. Still, the gospel account does, indeed, have John arriving first.. and waiting upon Peter to enter. John 20:1-10 "...Mary Magdalene came to the tomb. She saw that the stone had been moved away, so she ran off to Simon Peter and the other disciple (the one Jesus loved [John] and told them, "The Lord has been taken from the tomb. They were running side by side, but the other disciple outran Peter and reached the tomb first. He did not enter but bent down to peer in, and saw the wrappings lying on the ground. Presently, Simon Peter came along behind him and entered the tomb. He observed the wrappings on the ground and saw the piece of cloth which had covered the head not lying with the wrappings, but rolled up in a place by itself. Then the disciple who had arrived first at the tomb went in. He saw and believed." The reason the disciples go to Galilee(and not until they are told to do so) is because Mary is told to tell them to go. Matthew 28:5-7.... "Then the angel spoke, addressing the women: "Do not be frightened. I know you are looking for Jesus the crucified, but he is not here. He has been raised, exactly as he promised. Come and see the place where he was laid. Then go quickly and tell the disciples: "He has been raised from the dead and now goes ahead of you to Galilee, where you will see him. That is the message I have for you." ... Matthew 28:16. .. The eleven disciples made heir way to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had summoned them." Abortion and contraception are more than social and/or scientific "issues"... they are about "LIFE".... more to the point.. they are about the destruction of life. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cazuiker@core.com URL: DATE: 07/16/2002 08:51:56 AM ----- COMMENT: Furthermore, it is here at Galilee that Jesus appears to them physically.. in the flesh... and gives them their apostolic mission... to baptize and teach in His (Jesus) name... and to do all that He commanded them... He also states that He will be with them until the end of time... In other words... The apostolic mission (and succession) is to be conferred throughout the ages. Now.. Jesus did not confer this upon the women. As you have aptly stated...they were, indeed, the first to become aware of His resurrection. Mary was the first to see Jesus. Therefore.. we are made aware that Jesus is conterculture... and therefore... would not have "forgotten" or "neglected" or "overlooked" conferring the apostolic commission on them as well as the disciples.... if that was His intention... but... it wasn't... He conferred it on the men... and the papacy upon Peter. The women are not less women because they are not given this vocation. Rather... we see their holiness and their vocation... in being uniquely gifted with their own mission... In obedience..and true, holy humility they go to the disciples with the mission given to them. They don't stand around and protest.... and say... "Hey..wait a minute Jesus... what about us.. We saw you first... We want to have the same authority you are giving Peter and the rest." No... Jesus has a plan... and each person has his/her own role in that plan. It isn't about power... it is about humility and obedience and love of Jesus..... and love and acceptance of His plan for our lives. .. on His terms.... not ours. When we truly desire to know and love and serve God .... as He desires us to know and love and serve Him... we will then truly be holy... and great in His eyes. The hardest thing for each of us in life to attain, I believe is humility... yet.. it is in humility that we become fully alive.. fully precious... fully great in God's eyes. It is in humility that we embrace the role God has for us...knowing that He ALWAYS has the absolute best for each of us. And in doing so... we are not less a person. To desire ...to fight for superiority over another... is the lure of pride. One cannot fully and truly love God.. and have pride in our hearts. Oh.... but this is life's constant struggle! Even John ... speaking about himself... knew that he was loved by God .... He knew it so much that He didn't doubt Jesus' love. Yet.. he was humble... and let Peter enter first... John didn't bristle and say/think.. 'Hey, I'm just as important as Peter... I am going to go in and check this out for myself"... No... authority .. respect for authority... is the true test of one's humility. Let us pray for humility! This is good that we have this dialogue... it feels as though I am on the road to Emmaus.. with my 'sister'... discussing the important things of life. Who was it who said, "Surely, God is in this place!" God bless us both! AUTHOR: EMAIL: cazuiker@core.com URL: DATE: 07/16/2002 08:51:56 AM ----- COMMENT: ..'sister'... and 'brother'. Thanks Michael for adding your thoughts. One might say that abortion/contracepion is not part of theology. On the other hand... as I said these are not mere "issues"... they are about Life... and death. Our theology includes belief and adherence to the Ten Commandments..... which promote Life to the fullest. and since Jesus IS LIFE... we must, then, absolutely be committed to defending life. It is, then, and must be... a part of our theology. Otherwise we can not call ourselves Christians. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cazuiker@core.com URL: DATE: 07/16/2002 08:51:56 AM -----
-------- TITLE: fireman AUTHOR: DATE: 07/16/2002 08:43:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: matriarch AUTHOR: DATE: 07/15/2002 06:56:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: passing in the night AUTHOR: DATE: 07/12/2002 10:37:25 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hem nao! 40! AUTHOR: DATE: 07/09/2002 06:07:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Surprise! 70! AUTHOR: DATE: 07/09/2002 06:03:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Heat waves AUTHOR: DATE: 07/05/2002 09:10:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hello mistersugar (that's a common nickname!), I just came across your website and looked at the family tree with great interest. I was especially interested to see that the patriarch listed on the top of the family tree was Jan or John Zuiker. Hopefully, I will be able to add some more information to the tree after doing some research. Off the top of my head I can relay the following information noted below about my particular branch of the Zuikers. My parents immigrated from Nibbixwoud to Ontario, Canada around 1953. I have six brothers and no sisters. The two oldest, Peter and Jerry, were born in the Netherlands while the rest including myself were born in Canada. The other children are John, Lou, Frank, Michael and myself Joseph. My father, who was an only child, died in November 1998. He was born Joannes Petrus Zuiker 20-Jul-1919. My mother, who was one of 15 children, passed away in 1989. She was born Martha Maria Ettes on 8-Aug-1921. On the Zuiker side my grandfather was Petrus Joannes (Peter John) Zuiker of Nibbixwoud. My father indicated that they had used this naming convention for several generations (i.e. alternating first and middle names each generation for the first born male). I would need to do some digging to get some additional dates and names and I think some of my cousins on the Ettes side in particular have done a fair amount of research. Many of them still live in or around Nibbixwoud. I have not visited Nibbixwoud since about 1984. I believe that my father had a cousin Peter who lived in Nibbixwoud the last time I was there. I look forward to digging up some info and sending it to you if you are interested. Best regards, Joe AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerjm@bankofbermuda.com URL: DATE: 07/05/2002 09:10:35 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Wildfires AUTHOR: DATE: 06/24/2002 12:49:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Carousel AUTHOR: DATE: 06/22/2002 06:16:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Bracket AUTHOR: DATE: 06/18/2002 06:26:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hear me, hear me AUTHOR: DATE: 06/13/2002 04:50:29 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Straight Man AUTHOR: DATE: 06/11/2002 07:08:15 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Health, law and ethics AUTHOR: DATE: 06/07/2002 02:15:27 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: 2 million and counting AUTHOR: DATE: 06/04/2002 01:30:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Ouch! AUTHOR: DATE: 06/04/2002 01:17:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: In reply to a good way to save medical records especially the children's immunization shots etc.In our home we had the priviledge of having an old fashioned doctor/pediatrician whose name was Grandfather Shaughnessy and the Lord help anyone who came into his office without their little "blue book" to record the procedure or shot or break of the moment. I kept them in a little slot in my desk and when I felt the children were responsible (around 22 years of age) I allowed them to take possession of the precious little (2 1/2" x 3 1/2") blue book. I quite imagine all of the 36 Shaughnessy grandchildren and the hundreds of children he took care of on the West Side of Cleveland still have their little blue books! AUTHOR: EMAIL: seans@msn.com URL: DATE: 06/04/2002 01:17:12 PM ----- COMMENT: hey mom, i don't think i ever got my blue book. at last count, i'm 25. am i responsible enough yet? mary AUTHOR: EMAIL: shaughnessy_mary@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 06/04/2002 01:17:12 PM ----- COMMENT: I think they stopped making the blue books. Now you just get a tri-fold card to record all the shots, etc. I would love to find the blue books though, mom, do you have any left? I attended a lecture this past semester by a physician who has traveled throughout Africa. He noted that the women of the developing world carried their children's immunization records with them wherever they went and were quite aware of what shots their children had and perhaps still needed, because as he said they have experienced the devestation of measles, they have neighbors who suffered from polio and know of families who have lost children to whooping cough. He said, "If you get on any bus in Africa, mothers have their child's immunization book on hand. In Chapel Hill you would be hard pressed to find one mother carrying the record book around." I found the same to be true in Vanuatu, mothers always carried the immunization cards in plastic bags. For the record, I always carry Anna's card in her diaper bag. AUTHOR: EMAIL: ezuiker@kentlaw.edu URL: DATE: 06/04/2002 01:17:12 PM -----
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    COMMENT: The times for the matches are better for us its all in the morning and afternoons , but that is also the time i have to work. I think Spain is very good. John AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 05/31/2002 06:45:06 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Fore! AUTHOR: DATE: 05/31/2002 06:30:38 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Summer of song AUTHOR: DATE: 05/30/2002 11:32:28 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New Yorker AUTHOR: DATE: 05/30/2002 11:23:58 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Big Guy Parade AUTHOR: DATE: 05/28/2002 08:05:09 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Windy City AUTHOR: DATE: 05/26/2002 09:22:44 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Naturally AUTHOR: DATE: 05/26/2002 08:52:25 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Summer AUTHOR: DATE: 05/23/2002 05:02:13 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I can't wait to squeeze that little belly in person! AUTHOR: EMAIL: shaughnessy_mary@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 05/23/2002 05:02:13 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Searching AUTHOR: DATE: 05/20/2002 06:01:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Almost pearly white again AUTHOR: DATE: 05/20/2002 04:40:34 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: anton, i'm a recent convert as well, but sometimes it tickles a little too much and i need to pull out the old fashioned bristles. mary AUTHOR: EMAIL: shaughnessy_mary@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 05/20/2002 04:40:34 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Honors AUTHOR: DATE: 05/17/2002 08:14:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Renewal AUTHOR: DATE: 05/17/2002 12:02:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Papa AUTHOR: DATE: 05/13/2002 06:54:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I didn't know I was related to that guy ... AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuikerchronicles.com URL: DATE: 05/13/2002 06:54:48 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Follow that son AUTHOR: DATE: 05/12/2002 04:56:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Wedding reels AUTHOR: DATE: 05/12/2002 04:34:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Practice AUTHOR: DATE: 05/09/2002 11:03:18 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A growing tree AUTHOR: DATE: 05/04/2002 08:07:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The soup angel AUTHOR: DATE: 05/03/2002 09:29:01 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Gonzo Johnny AUTHOR: DATE: 05/01/2002 03:24:33 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: go Johnny and go GonZaga. you should play b-ball. that way you can get me march madness tickets AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerjoel@cs.com URL: DATE: 05/01/2002 03:24:33 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Good company AUTHOR: DATE: 04/30/2002 12:22:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: So many branches AUTHOR: DATE: 04/29/2002 08:43:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: "The SUV backlash starts here." AUTHOR: DATE: 04/24/2002 08:57:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton, Coincidentally, Dennis and i saw one of these cars last night and tried to figure out the manufacturer. It looked really great - thanks for the link. Also, have you read:http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/31/magazine/31BEEF.html? B AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@acsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 04/24/2002 08:57:32 AM -----
-------- TITLE: In your genes AUTHOR: DATE: 04/23/2002 08:03:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Birthday boy AUTHOR: DATE: 04/23/2002 07:56:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Fire, Fires AUTHOR: DATE: 04/23/2002 07:55:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Run, Johnny, run AUTHOR: DATE: 04/21/2002 12:06:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Anniversaries and the family tree AUTHOR: DATE: 04/21/2002 05:13:08 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Up high, down low AUTHOR: DATE: 04/20/2002 08:17:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Birthday girl 2 AUTHOR: DATE: 04/18/2002 04:03:05 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Birthday girl AUTHOR: DATE: 04/17/2002 04:05:07 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Who's a nattering nabob? AUTHOR: DATE: 04/16/2002 07:25:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Croatan Creepin' AUTHOR: DATE: 04/15/2002 07:26:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Hi Anton, How are you? Its Dosie. I think about you all so much, I hope everything is going well. How is the little one? I have 6 nieces and a nephew now, they are so much fun. When is Erin's birthday? send her my love and tell her I want to talk whenever she has time. Dos my hotmail is dosieduffy@yahoo.com that will always be there, not sure about this job though AUTHOR: EMAIL: dosie.duffy@spencerreed.com URL: DATE: 04/15/2002 07:26:53 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Bull Durham AUTHOR: DATE: 04/11/2002 07:14:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Thanks for the good work. I really enjoy the articles. Glad the ticks didn't get to you. I shared some of those shoe mles with you. Our visits to the islands in Vanuatu were memorable. Just finisheing a book on Merriweather Lewis of the Lewis and Clark hike. Now those fellows liked to hike. More later. "Stuck in Hawaii" Aloha AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 04/11/2002 07:14:59 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Now a paper tiger AUTHOR: DATE: 04/11/2002 07:04:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Butter bath AUTHOR: DATE: 04/10/2002 04:31:06 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Collared AUTHOR: DATE: 04/08/2002 04:22:53 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: The crisis now facing the Church is one that, I hope, brings new light and reformation to many of the outdated and patriarchal doctrines supported by Rome. However, this current "crisis" just illustrates a greater societal problem in how we value the sexual autonomy and sacredness of men, and continue to devalue and debase women. Rape of any kind is a sinful violation. Yet the modern press finds horror only in the rape of men. These young men who have been revealed as victims are indeed that--victims. But let us not forget the millions of women who are subjected to this victimization every day. There has long been a "crisis" in the African Catholic Church in which many many nuns are found raped, pregnant, and tormented by their diocesan priests. Yet the international press does not seem to care. One more poor, uneducated woman of color is raped--big deal. It happens all the time. The current crisis is not really current, and it is more than a crisis. It is a fundamental problem underlying the Church. And it does not necessarily have to do with sex. It has to do with respect for all people, and as long as the Church continues to devalue half of their congregation, this sin will persist. For myself, I feel that "sexual crisis" regarding celibacy is a different animal altogether. Celibacy is no longer possible in a modern age. It is not revered, nor is it respected by most laity. And frankly, the personal autonomy that it was originally intended to achieve can happen in a modern society. While we are sex-obsessed consumers in a patriarchal society, we at least have grown to respect privacy and the private life. One can achieve a committed relationship with God without a vow of celibacy. In the future, I hope that the Church will embrace all those called to a vocation, AND their spouses. Only at that point will be have a living Church, and the dusty old anachronisms will fade away. click the link to hear more of the crisis in Africa: http://www.natcath.com/NCR_Online/archives/040601/040601d.htm AUTHOR: EMAIL: mary@bplf.com URL: DATE: 04/08/2002 04:22:53 PM ----- COMMENT: http://www.natcath.com/NCR_Online/archives/031601/031601a.htm AUTHOR: EMAIL: mary@bplf.com URL: DATE: 04/08/2002 04:22:53 PM ----- COMMENT: G.K. Chesterton, author of magnimonious writings... for most of his life protestant .. became Catholic at end. wrote one of his most famous books 14 years before converting to Catholism: Orthodoxy. In it, he comments about the "codification" .. rules.. and regulations of the Catholic Church. He writes about children on a precipice at the top of the mountain range... playing in their festive dress.. colorful and joyous. Because there was a fence (boundary.. rules if you would) at the very edge of the precipice they were able to laugh and play and enjoy .. up to the very edge of the cliff. Once the fence (boundary.. rules... and regulations if you will) was taken down.. they were in a huddled group into the very furthest point inland .. afraid to play carefree because the fence (their protection) was taken down. What parent allows his children free play.. without rules.. don't go out into the street. be careful... such and such will be a temptation to do wrong. The Church... lasting for 2002 years.. has had its tough times.. mistakes.. yes.. but last .. yes. until the End of times.. yes. with rules.. yes. the only times people have broken from it are 3 3 only 3... Martin Luther.. Constantinople and Calvin.. from these 3 tens of thousands of protestant lines... broken by people not able to agree on their particular doctrine. The Catholic Church.. steady.. unbroken. AUTHOR: EMAIL: cazuiker@core.com URL: DATE: 04/08/2002 04:22:53 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Forest service AUTHOR: DATE: 04/06/2002 04:30:59 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Documents AUTHOR: DATE: 04/06/2002 04:24:59 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pull the plug AUTHOR: DATE: 04/04/2002 12:26:51 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Twin Tavern AUTHOR: DATE: 04/02/2002 05:28:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Anton- your birth day celebrations sound wonderful and how nice that you can share it with your mom. I bet its just as special a day for her. I'm also glad that there is someone else who enjoys their birth day so much. I celebrated mine (3/1) for about 2 weeks, indulging in all sorts of fun and treats. It isn't often that we take notice of all our blessings and we only get one birthday a year so I think its important to make the most of it! peace to you and happy happy birthday to you...and many many more! Sarah AUTHOR: EMAIL: sjkp1997@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 04/02/2002 05:28:44 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Presidents' limelight AUTHOR: DATE: 04/02/2002 01:27:33 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: BD, ubl and m&m AUTHOR: DATE: 04/02/2002 03:27:29 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Beam of light to catch AUTHOR: DATE: 03/30/2002 05:59:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Orange vests, please AUTHOR: DATE: 03/27/2002 07:01:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Wishin, and hopin AUTHOR: DATE: 03/27/2002 12:22:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: For the job hunt AUTHOR: DATE: 03/27/2002 10:41:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Happy Birthday, Mom AUTHOR: DATE: 03/27/2002 10:24:48 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Soup's on AUTHOR: DATE: 03/26/2002 07:55:46 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Who’s visiting? AUTHOR: DATE: 03/25/2002 05:48:48 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: News about Anna AUTHOR: DATE: 03/25/2002 05:45:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Zuiker Chronicles Forum AUTHOR: DATE: 03/23/2002 05:48:39 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Report cards AUTHOR: DATE: 03/22/2002 09:51:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I was lonely and you visited me AUTHOR: DATE: 03/21/2002 07:06:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: zuikers, you guys are amazing. I am always taken aback at a new unheard story of family love and giving. you are truly an example for us all. mary AUTHOR: EMAIL: mary@bplf.com URL: DATE: 03/21/2002 07:06:13 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Beer, here AUTHOR: DATE: 03/20/2002 07:23:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Yo! Beer man. I'll take two brewskies. Make 'em cold. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 03/20/2002 07:23:08 PM ----- COMMENT: Here Are the most important things to know about being a Beer Vendor. 1. You have to look really cool and neat The Chicks really like that. 2. You have too look really gruff and disorganized and rough. The "dudeS" really like that. 3. You have too have a really good signature yell that sets you apart from the rest the average guys. Example- !BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR MAN! OR- HEY BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEEEEEAAAAARRRRRRREEEEEEE! 4. You can not drink a beer until after the game is over or you quit selling. 5. You can not count your money until after you have quit selling or have drank yur first beer. 6. You must always strive to be the very best seller while all the time being polite, courteous and neat. 7. Never sell hot beer. 8. Never spill the beer. 9. Always say thank you. 10. Never sell to drunks. Realize that while you are getting great excercise for free, you are also seeing a great sporting event for free, while all the time making money. What a great job. When you are finshed and are tired and exahusted, and are ready to take that first sip of ice cold beer, take a look up skyward, hoist your bottle of beer, and toast Granpa Zuiker, the King of the Vendors, and remember the excellent example that he has passed down to the generations after him. HEY BEER MAN! AUTHOR: EMAIL: WILDBRDMZ@AOL.com URL: DATE: 03/20/2002 07:23:08 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Pictures of Noel AUTHOR: DATE: 03/17/2002 03:11:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Memorials AUTHOR: DATE: 03/17/2002 03:07:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Denver nuggets AUTHOR: DATE: 03/13/2002 04:14:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sad, sad news AUTHOR: DATE: 03/10/2002 06:15:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Go west AUTHOR: DATE: 03/08/2002 03:20:05 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: Congratulations on the fellowship Anton! I guess I really am going to have to get a job now with my fellow North Carolina Public Health refugee having something to do. Hoosiers - one of the best sports movies of all time! AUTHOR: EMAIL: saipanjbr@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 03/08/2002 03:20:05 AM ----- COMMENT: Anton- Congratulations on the fellowship! It sounds fascinating! I can't wait to hear more about it! peace, sarah ps- I'm sorry to hear about your friend Noel and that you can't be with all the other people who loved him and are mourning now. AUTHOR: EMAIL: sjkp1997@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 03/08/2002 03:20:05 AM ----- COMMENT: I thought everyone seen that movie. It was only one of the best sports movies of all time. Slap Shot was the best though. If you haven't seen that, I would highly recommend seeing it. AUTHOR: EMAIL: markallennolan@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 03/08/2002 03:20:05 AM -----
-------- TITLE: In the woods AUTHOR: DATE: 03/06/2002 06:15:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I wish I'd taken the time to have met Frank the Beachcomber. A regret of mine. I can picture him, though, from the stories I've heard. There's not much outdoors left now. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tmichael@eb.com URL: DATE: 03/06/2002 06:15:00 PM -----
-------- TITLE: More news on the news AUTHOR: DATE: 03/05/2002 07:56:51 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: The Great State of Hawaii casts two votes for continued progress and good health to Anton Zuiker on this his first mini pre mid life crisis. You are doing a great job of growing and nurturing your family and your friends. Keep up the good work and enjoy each day. Joe and Dottie AUTHOR: EMAIL: zuikerhi@aol.com URL: DATE: 03/05/2002 07:56:51 AM -----
-------- TITLE: New photo presentation AUTHOR: DATE: 03/03/2002 07:39:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Fess up, Mr. President AUTHOR: DATE: 03/02/2002 06:31:20 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: The biggest problem in trying to assess the media, the "war" and the state of the world right now is that we are changing the definitions of everything. The United States is at war with Afghanistan. There is a full-fledged war being raged in Palestine. And less than five massive corporations control every major media outlet available to us. How are we to honestly assess what's going on when our government and society refuse to call a spade a spade? If we admit that we're at war with a country, let us proceed as such. Let us follow the Geneva Convention and not insist on terrorizing innocent people and violating the human rights of prisoners of war. If "reporters" are puppets to Disney and Rupert Murdoch, let us admit that too. Change in viewpoint is one thing. America's insistance on changing the definitions of our blatant actions is quite another. One word from that op-ed piece we should remember: canard. It is not used often these days, but it should be. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mary@bplf.com URL: http://www.bpl.org DATE: 03/02/2002 06:31:20 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Happy Birthday AUTHOR: DATE: 03/01/2002 06:54:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Them's West Wing Words AUTHOR: DATE: 02/28/2002 06:26:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I find it hard to listen to anything Sorkin says, especially after reading his NY Times Sunday Magazine article last fall. In that interview he justified his drug abuse and anti-social behavior by claiming it allows him to be a great writer and produce such great programs as the West Wing. What is the world coming to???? AUTHOR: EMAIL: choby@cobaltgroupinc.com URL: http://www.cobaltgroupinc.com DATE: 02/28/2002 06:26:22 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Remote blogging AUTHOR: DATE: 02/28/2002 09:20:38 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Your move AUTHOR: DATE: 02/27/2002 06:06:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: in defense of the american media, http://commondreams.org/ provides some of the best, most honest commentary on american political and civil life AUTHOR: EMAIL: mary@bplf.com URL: http://www.bpl.org DATE: 02/27/2002 06:06:58 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Sweep, sweep AUTHOR: DATE: 02/26/2002 06:54:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: I dont know a Zuiker from Holland that made it too the winter Olympics. But an Uncle of my Joop Zuiker was national champion speedskating (Maraton) unfortunately that is not an Olympic distance. AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 02/26/2002 06:54:09 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Found AUTHOR: DATE: 02/26/2002 06:46:41 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Anna's driving sounds AUTHOR: DATE: 02/24/2002 06:50:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: HILARIOUS! I can't believe we don't hear the filmmakers giggles in the background!! xo AUTHOR: EMAIL: bmm1@acsu.buffalo.edu URL: DATE: 02/24/2002 06:50:26 PM ----- COMMENT: I love it also, but it makes me think, that down in North Carolina, NASCAR is on the television WAY TOO MUCH. AUTHOR: EMAIL: tmichael@eb.com URL: DATE: 02/24/2002 06:50:26 PM ----- COMMENT: What a good and considerate driver she is! More videos please! sarah AUTHOR: EMAIL: sjkp1997@hotmail.com URL: DATE: 02/24/2002 06:50:26 PM ----- COMMENT: i just have to say that i have been playing this every morning when i start my computer. it just makes me giggle. AUTHOR: EMAIL: mary@bplf.com URL: http://www.bpl.org DATE: 02/24/2002 06:50:26 PM -----
-------- TITLE: An imagination AUTHOR: DATE: 02/24/2002 06:24:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: hey anton, i just started "this side of brightness" and i'm enthralled! i can't put it down. i have your copy, so i'll be sure to pass it back as soon as i finish it. thanks for the recommendation, it's a good one! mary AUTHOR: EMAIL: mary@bplf.com URL: http://www.bpl.org DATE: 02/24/2002 06:24:55 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Holland Zuikers on the web AUTHOR: DATE: 02/24/2002 05:33:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In the air AUTHOR: DATE: 02/24/2002 05:22:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Around the corner AUTHOR: DATE: 02/23/2002 04:09:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: We in Holland are busy to create a Zuiker Family webpage too, also with a family tree, It will take a while before the tree will be on the web , its very big an old i have never seen it but i heard its going back to 1600. The page its in the beginning stage and you can see it on http://www.home.zonnet.nl/100jaarzuiker Its in Dutch but photos are easy to read. John AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: DATE: 02/23/2002 04:09:59 PM -----
-------- TITLE: Jolly green giant AUTHOR: DATE: 02/22/2002 07:17:54 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Portable Zuiker Chronicles AUTHOR: DATE: 02/20/2002 07:07:01 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Camelback AUTHOR: DATE: 02/20/2002 06:16:07 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: What matters AUTHOR: DATE: 02/20/2002 07:31:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Now, where did this rash come from? AUTHOR: DATE: 02/19/2002 09:17:40 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Hello, Dolly AUTHOR: DATE: 02/18/2002 05:12:35 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The way the world is AUTHOR: DATE: 02/18/2002 04:30:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Arizona brunch AUTHOR: DATE: 02/18/2002 11:36:28 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The taxman cometh … AUTHOR: DATE: 02/17/2002 07:22:29 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pray For A Little One AUTHOR: DATE: 02/15/2002 06:09:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Uno! Uno mas! AUTHOR: DATE: 02/15/2002 04:05:03 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Congregating in Arizona AUTHOR: DATE: 02/14/2002 10:17:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Oscar, Oscar AUTHOR: DATE: 02/14/2002 10:12:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: For best film, I like The Lord of the Rings; I saw all but Gosford Park and In the Bedroom, and I found A Beautiful Mind to be thrilling and Moulin Rouge to be a riot. I like Russell Crowe for best actor, but I'd rather see Denzel Washington finally get some credit for his outstanding acting (though I can't vouch for the film he's been nominated for; anyone else see it?). AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 02/14/2002 10:12:00 AM -----
-------- TITLE: Going Dutch AUTHOR: DATE: 02/14/2002 10:08:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Cute Chicago Cousins AUTHOR: DATE: 02/11/2002 06:52:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In the half pipe AUTHOR: DATE: 02/10/2002 06:59:36 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Love in the air AUTHOR: DATE: 02/08/2002 07:52:03 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Breaking down AUTHOR: DATE: 02/07/2002 06:16:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Observations CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- -----
    COMMENT: How did you feel after a couple of weeks without chocolate? I ask you this because i also stoped eating chocolate in January and after a couple of weeks i realize that my temper whas getting more relaxed. As if all the Suger whas having a bad influence on my temper, Yes i like myself more but mis the chocolade as well.John from Holland AUTHOR: EMAIL: nimble4u@wishmail.net URL: http://I dont know what it means DATE: 02/07/2002 06:16:00 PM ----- COMMENT: John, I felt good. Because I was eating less chocolate and drinking less soda, I ate more pretzels and bananas and drank more water, and I took more walks and slept more hours each night. So, all around, I feel healthier. Now, if I can just keep it up. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: http://anton.zuiker.com DATE: 02/07/2002 06:16:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Ah, the joy of being in a group. Even if it is Chocaholics Annynooumous. Hi I'm Michael. I have been addicted to sugar ever since I can remember. But since my mememory is fading as I become more mature, I don't know when I first tasted the sweet sin. But I do know that I can not pass a bakery without turning in. And although chocalate is my favorite, I will not pass a buttercrumb danish by.( Older sibling Joe aka Mr. Goggles, is the sticky bun King.) Anyway, yes sugar really messes up my emotional state of being. And yes I have tried to quit many times. But, heh you only go around once in life and a man can not give up everything! So my advice, use only in moderation and get a designated driver. AUTHOR: EMAIL: WILDBRDMZ@AOL.COM URL: DATE: 02/07/2002 06:16:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Hi. My name is Katie and I'm also a chocaholic, but I'll never give it up. Chocolate is the most wonderful flavor in the world. But, like you Anton, I too would like to cut soda pop from my diet. I try and try and try but never seem to break the habit. I think I need the caffeine. Anton, maybe while you are living with us in Chicago this summer we can work together to be healthy and stay away from the soda. Speaking of Chicago & chocolate, a new exhibit opens today (Valentine's Day) at the Field Museum. It runs until September and is all about the science and history of chocolate. Let's plan to make a day trip to see the show when you get here. And one more thing, remind me to take you on my favorite urban bike ride that follows Milwaukee Avenue and the river from my home to the Loop. Along the way you pass several great food factories that are still operating in the city. The smells are heavenly -- beginning with the scent of fresh baked tortillas that you can actually see on the conveyer belt through an open street-side window; then the smell of roasting coffee beans coming from an enormous, non-descript warehouse; just after this there is the ever-satisfying smells of a big italian restaurant that is always cooking up something good; and finally, just beyond the boat docks and the giant (maybe 75') image of the Morton salt girl with her purple umbrella, just as you are approaching the Loop, the strong Lake Michigan winds bowl you over with my favorite -- the warm, comforting and sweet smells coming from the Blommer Chocolate Factory. It's a treat, believe me. And not something you can experience by car, train, bus, or even foot. (It's a 5 mile ride through a not-so-scenic nor pedestrian-friendly area.) You've got to be in the elements and on a bicycle to take it in. So get your nose ready, I'll find you a bike, and we'll go for a ride! (Perhaps there is an story in the making here for a local paper or zine.) - Katie AUTHOR: EMAIL: katherine@doegirl.com URL: DATE: 02/07/2002 06:16:00 PM ----- COMMENT: Oh, one more thing--- of course all you Zuikers are attracted to sweets. It's in your genes, or at least your name. Doesn't "Zuiker" translate to "Sugar", Mr. Sugar? AUTHOR: EMAIL: katherine@doegirl.com URL: DATE: 02/07/2002 06:16:00 PM -----
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    COMMENT: Happy Birthday, brah. Enjoy your day. I'm proud of what you've done and who you've become. Enjoy your New Yorker subscription, my gift to you. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/06/2002 05:53:25 AM ----- COMMENT: Happy Birthday Nick!! Enjoy your celebration, this is your last year to say you're in your early 20s, the next birthday begins the rounding up to the 30s.:) Have a great day. Erin AUTHOR: EMAIL: eszuiker@email.unc.edu URL: DATE: 02/06/2002 05:53:25 AM -----
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    COMMENT: See, adding your comment is so easy now. So speak up ... AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 02/04/2002 04:08:24 PM -----
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    COMMENT: I dig Afropop music. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 01/24/2002 07:39:46 PM -----
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    COMMENT: This is a test. AUTHOR: EMAIL: anton@zuiker.com URL: DATE: 12/17/2001 03:39:35 PM -----
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AUTHOR: DATE: 12/02/2001 11:57:09 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Listenings Back in 1995, I AUTHOR: DATE: 12/02/2001 09:45:10 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Here’s a message that came AUTHOR: DATE: 12/02/2001 09:25:11 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New pictures at right, snapshots AUTHOR: DATE: 11/30/2001 05:46:05 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Carolina is off to a AUTHOR: DATE: 11/28/2001 08:18:10 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Erin’s been hogging the computer, AUTHOR: DATE: 11/28/2001 07:46:19 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Happy Thanksgiving! I know I AUTHOR: DATE: 11/22/2001 05:53:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: In Cleveland for the Thanksgiving AUTHOR: DATE: 11/20/2001 07:32:14 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Coming Soon: Prime View of AUTHOR: DATE: 11/16/2001 05:54:19 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Last week, Anna and I AUTHOR: DATE: 11/15/2001 05:49:42 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Nick finished his Americorps VISTA AUTHOR: DATE: 11/15/2001 04:43:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A heart-stopper today: Anna was AUTHOR: DATE: 11/12/2001 05:36:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Near midnight, and I’m back AUTHOR: DATE: 11/08/2001 07:08:26 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Clarification on the Jungle Joe AUTHOR: DATE: 11/06/2001 03:08:49 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Happy birthday Matthew David Zuiker, AUTHOR: DATE: 11/04/2001 08:06:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I’m back at the keyboard. AUTHOR: DATE: 11/02/2001 06:28:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: North-Carolina CATEGORY: Spiders ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I’ve been busy with upgrading AUTHOR: DATE: 10/29/2001 01:00:21 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Back now from a roadtrip AUTHOR: DATE: 10/23/2001 06:33:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Viewings One of Erin’s classmates AUTHOR: DATE: 10/17/2001 07:24:09 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Yesterday was a special day, AUTHOR: DATE: 10/14/2001 06:36:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Happy 90th birthday, Grandma Zuiker! AUTHOR: DATE: 10/12/2001 09:10:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Just back from the Rialto AUTHOR: DATE: 10/11/2001 08:45:15 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Radio’s Rush Limbaugh Suffers Rapid AUTHOR: DATE: 10/10/2001 08:08:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Diane Finn (my cousin) is AUTHOR: DATE: 10/10/2001 07:51:23 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: After we drove Erin to AUTHOR: DATE: 10/08/2001 05:57:08 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Erin and I have been AUTHOR: DATE: 10/06/2001 05:29:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The Daily Camera Jon Zuiker, AUTHOR: DATE: 10/06/2001 04:49:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A beautiful North Carolina day, AUTHOR: DATE: 10/04/2001 05:53:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Viewings Tonight was the airing AUTHOR: DATE: 10/03/2001 07:57:50 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Readings The Demon in the AUTHOR: DATE: 10/02/2001 07:29:40 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Franklin Street is the main AUTHOR: DATE: 09/30/2001 07:22:32 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: God Says Don’t Kill In AUTHOR: DATE: 09/28/2001 12:39:57 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Two big Zuiker birthdays tomorrow: AUTHOR: DATE: 09/28/2001 05:18:17 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My brother Chris called on AUTHOR: DATE: 09/27/2001 07:04:44 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Place As we drove into AUTHOR: DATE: 09/24/2001 06:12:10 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I interviewed for a part-time AUTHOR: DATE: 09/19/2001 08:14:12 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The Atlantic Online No warning? AUTHOR: DATE: 09/18/2001 12:32:32 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Many thanks to you for AUTHOR: DATE: 09/17/2001 01:11:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Joel, my brother, bounced back AUTHOR: DATE: 09/17/2001 12:05:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Screen Shoots of Online News AUTHOR: DATE: 09/16/2001 10:42:51 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Erin and I travelled extensively AUTHOR: DATE: 09/14/2001 07:41:25 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Lots of Zuiker birthdays in AUTHOR: DATE: 09/14/2001 01:09:04 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: evhead.com: pic Here’s a photo AUTHOR: DATE: 09/13/2001 06:12:19 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The comments system is working AUTHOR: DATE: 09/13/2001 05:24:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: likeanorb > photos > world AUTHOR: DATE: 09/13/2001 12:10:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Little innocent Anna and I AUTHOR: DATE: 09/12/2001 06:27:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A nation cries. An angry AUTHOR: DATE: 09/12/2001 07:31:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Dennis Zuiker, my uncle, recently AUTHOR: DATE: 09/11/2001 11:20:24 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: For months my brothers and AUTHOR: DATE: 09/10/2001 07:37:47 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: As you can see, I’m AUTHOR: DATE: 09/10/2001 11:53:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: September 9th is my father’s AUTHOR: DATE: 09/08/2001 06:33:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The Name Game Ellen Goodman’s AUTHOR: DATE: 09/07/2001 11:56:39 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Sadness in the Zuiker clan AUTHOR: DATE: 09/06/2001 07:53:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Erin and I have been AUTHOR: DATE: 09/05/2001 06:52:20 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: HistoryWired: A few of our AUTHOR: DATE: 09/05/2001 05:44:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My mother has no sense AUTHOR: DATE: 09/02/2001 09:12:30 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Tastings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Erin and Anna and I AUTHOR: DATE: 08/30/2001 07:31:58 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Nancy Swift, a longtime friend AUTHOR: DATE: 08/30/2001 07:27:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Support Zuiker Chronicles Online My AUTHOR: DATE: 08/30/2001 07:02:12 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Let it be known: Erin AUTHOR: DATE: 08/29/2001 06:21:22 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Correspondents AUTHOR: DATE: 08/28/2001 05:17:11 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Radio CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Well, week number one is AUTHOR: DATE: 08/24/2001 08:26:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: An Uninspiring Peace Corps Nominee AUTHOR: DATE: 08/24/2001 06:54:41 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Lost in Silicon Alley Here’s AUTHOR: DATE: 08/22/2001 04:47:05 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Mail drop AUTHOR: DATE: 08/22/2001 09:43:00 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Readings One of the best AUTHOR: DATE: 08/21/2001 07:51:24 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The cable guy came to AUTHOR: DATE: 08/20/2001 08:10:52 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Rumor is that Nick took AUTHOR: DATE: 08/20/2001 11:19:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: A few days late, but AUTHOR: DATE: 08/18/2001 10:48:06 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: When I asked Nick yesterday AUTHOR: DATE: 08/17/2001 05:36:28 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Pictures of the new Zuiker AUTHOR: DATE: 08/14/2001 07:12:16 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Our quick trip to Pittsburgh AUTHOR: DATE: 08/05/2001 09:24:13 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: &nbsp Cleveland Free Times: AUTHOR: DATE: 08/04/2001 08:19:46 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: We’re almost all packed up. AUTHOR: DATE: 08/03/2001 07:38:28 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I made a mistake yesterday AUTHOR: DATE: 08/03/2001 07:15:13 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Help me update the Zuiker AUTHOR: DATE: 08/02/2001 09:51:51 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Busy days, and I haven’t AUTHOR: DATE: 08/02/2001 09:46:24 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Natural Selections AUTHOR: DATE: 07/25/2001 07:59:00 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: Readings CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: New photos of Anna at AUTHOR: DATE: 07/25/2001 04:08:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: My father submitted this in AUTHOR: DATE: 07/22/2001 09:49:13 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: The subject of grudges came AUTHOR: DATE: 07/19/2001 08:47:55 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Steamy. 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And I’m AUTHOR: DATE: 07/18/2001 06:45:37 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Yesterday was my final day AUTHOR: DATE: 07/14/2001 07:43:02 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Beijing handed Olympic Games Anyone AUTHOR: DATE: 07/13/2001 07:50:27 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Last week I purchased a AUTHOR: DATE: 07/12/2001 12:33:43 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Grolsch – Homepage Whenever I AUTHOR: DATE: 07/10/2001 08:11:11 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Denying Dubya’s Bribe: The Push AUTHOR: DATE: 07/05/2001 06:20:45 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: I remember sitting in the AUTHOR: DATE: 07/02/2001 12:38:59 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Readings My impression of Supreme AUTHOR: DATE: 07/02/2001 07:11:42 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: World’s Tallest Skyscraper Zuikers are AUTHOR: DATE: 06/29/2001 06:30:57 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Here’s Grandma Zuiker with AUTHOR: DATE: 06/28/2001 12:40:03 PM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: July is almost here. Check AUTHOR: DATE: 06/28/2001 11:45:34 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Readings I read this short AUTHOR: DATE: 06/28/2001 11:42:32 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Readings Quick, read this archived AUTHOR: DATE: 06/26/2001 10:26:02 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Another in a string of AUTHOR: DATE: 06/25/2001 09:33:44 AM PRIMARY CATEGORY: CATEGORY: ----- BODY: ----- ----- -------- TITLE: Marathon Joe in San Diego. 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    COMMENT: Hi Diana! I am your second cousin Kathy. Kathryn and John Genisio’s daughter. Frank DelNagro’s grandaughter. I am very proud of anthony’s work as a writer. i am sure your dad would be proud too. hope your mom is doing well. my mom and dad are 78 and 74 and still doing well. We live in Rockford, Ill. My husband is a Captain for Continental Airlines and i have 4 grown sons. Time goes by so fast. I wish you and your family well and we will keep watching anthony’s career! Take care.
    Kathy (Genisio) DeMaria AUTHOR: EMAIL: kademaria@yahoo.com URL: DATE: 01/17/2001 06:33:22 AM -----
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