Monthly Archives: June 2004


By | Tuesday, June 29, 2004 at 11:56 am

Did anyone there feel the earthquake? It originated 70 miles west of CHI town and was felt in Milwaukee! It registered @ 4.1 on the Ricter scale. I just just wondering if anyone felt it? They said windows rattled and things as far north as Milwaukee.

Kenosha Parade 2004

By | Monday, June 28, 2004 at 11:11 pm

We went to the parade Sunday and had a great time. We got a little burnt, even though we sat under a nice shady tree in our usual spot–at the Strawberry Festival at First United Methodist Church on 60th Street and Sheridan Road. We had some of their awesome enormous hot dogs & chips, barbeque,… Read More »

A good decision, or a last-ditch effort

By | Monday, June 28, 2004 at 10:21 pm

Wow, I was impressed with Bush’s decision to turn over the transfer of power to Iraq a few days early. It probably saved many lives. Hopefully the surprise won’t tick off the worst of them though, they still had several hostages, from what I last heard. I’m sure the decision to turn it over early… Read More »

Serious new Internet threat

By | Monday, June 28, 2004 at 5:35 am

Internet security companies and cybersecurity experts in the federal government are warning computer users to guard against a new online attack that can affect PCs running the Windows operating system. Specifically, the INTERNET EXPLORER web browser. What makes this latest threat particularly scary is that computers can be affected just by visiting a Web site… Read More »

My thoughts on website content

By | Saturday, June 26, 2004 at 11:56 am

I love free website content. The more the better. The vastness of the Internet itself gives way to some amazing content, free for the taking (usually only for non-profit uses), from thousands of various commercial and non-commercial websites. The way I’ve seen it, a few years ago there was even much more free content than… Read More »