The picture above is from a CNET article on Extreme Tree Houses. At $1875 per square meter, it isn’t actually as ridiculously priced as one might think. Just imagine drinking your morning coffee up in the tree tops.
Love garlic? Want to try garlic ice cream? ‘Nuff said.
The Hudson Valley Garlic Festival website has all the details on this event. Susan and I are about to head up there, and are looking forward to it.
Update: garlic ice cream is pretty good, as is the lemonade made at the same place
I just found this on the xkcd blog, and it made me smile quite a lot. Click the image to read the whole post.
The Fonz jumped the shark.
(well, actually it was yesterday, and I found out a day late. Thanks to Mike for pointing it out to me though.)
I’ve been working on the OpenSim project for the past 3 months, so it’s quite exciting to see us put out the 0.4 release of OpenSim as a stake in the ground for future progress. Physics and scripting aren’t there yet, but are getting close.
The project continues to evolve faster than I could have imagined, I can’t wait for what the next 3 months brings.
Click on the image to be taken to the artist’s site. You need to have seen a lot of Dr Who for this to make any sense. If you haven’t, trust me, it’s brilliant.
The tickets are now booked for our trip to India over the holidays. Our friend Sourav is getting married in Calcutta on January 2nd, so it made a very good reason to make the trek over there. We’ll be spending a good chunk of time in Chennai when we first get there, as Susan has a bunch of friends / connections there, then up to Calcutta for a few days of the wedding, and then back home.
Here’s to adventuring!