Tag: christmas

Glockenklang, Forever

December 22nd, 2012, 1 Comment

Jacob (and Oliver too, somewhat) has taken quite the interest in Christmas music this year. Perhaps it’s singing in the choir at school, or perhaps it’s just him getting older, but in any case, Christmas music fascinates him. And no song more than Jingle Bells. I have recordings of it by several artists in different […]

If Programming Languages Were Christmas Carols

November 21st, 2008, 9 Comments

Last spring, I posted If Version Contol Systems Were Airlines, which I really enjoyed. Now, because I seem to have a desire to take a good joke way too far, it’s time for: IF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES WERE CHRISTMAS CAROLS I apologize in advance. (Feel free to add your own verses/carols in the comments.) Away in […]

Memories of Christmas, part 1

December 25th, 2006, 3 Comments

Merry Christmas to everyone today! Today, and for the next few days, I’m going to write about some of my Christmas memories from earlier years. Then I’ll finish up with some photos from this year. This post is about Christmas at home growing up. One of the first signs of Christmas happened when my dad […]


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