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    As part of the deletion of the original menu WordPress install (before the timeline), I went through the database to make sure nothing great was being lost, and ran across… well… these.

    September 4, 2006





    I’ll preserve a few more of these before deleting that database in its entirety. Ah, the seemingly good old days.

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    September 11, 2006

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    September 18, 2006







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    October 2, 2006 – Flack wrote a book!











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    November 20, 2006












    (A few dead-ends among the links here – the DVD review section went away a long time ago.)

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    Christmas 2006










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    March 26, 2007








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    August 27, 2007





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    September 24, 2007 (5 days after Little E was born)







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    Christmas 2007


















    #6920

    January 21, 2008 – remember when we thought an asteroid was going to pulverize Mars?




    #6921

    November 3, 2008 – election day!









    Election day in the United States is Tuesday, November 4th. Please take the time to get out and vote. You don’t get too many chances to influence the future of the world – don’t pass this one up.

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    Christmas 2008






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    June 1, 2009 – the last of the “magazine style” menus


    Shortly after this update was the month from hell – i.e. the sustained downtime/outage/hack that led me to abandon Globat and move the site to Dreamhost – and then the site returned in July, switching from weekly graphical menu updates to daily text-plus-a-thumbnail updates. Somewhat astoundingly, that daily update frequency was kept up through September, though many of those daily updates were “on this day in…” reruns of existing content… which gave me the idea for changing the main menu over to the history timeline and giving up on any kind of predetermined routine update frequency.

    The graphical menus were a lot of fun, but they’re also products of a time when I had more free time on my hands.

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