I had a great time last night teaching a few people about Twitter and why it's useful at the Champaign Public Library last night.
Although turnout was small, it gave us a chance to really talk about the service and what you can do with it.
Progress on my floor is moving right along - and it's rewarding!
Although I've written a couple stories about PechaKucha Night Champaign-Urbana, last Friday's Vol. 3 was my first chance to attend one.
This doesn't seem descriptive, but it was a lot of fun.
It's been a busy, fun week here at The News-Gazette.
If you're interested in learning how to use Twitter but don't know how to get started, I've got just the thing for you.
A lot of people have seemed surprised by my calm attitude regarding my rappel down Illini Tower this weekend.
When someone approaches me at work and asks if I want to do something crazy, say, rappel down Illini Tower, and write about it, it's my policy to say yes. I figure, I can worry about it later, and if it's wild enough to worry, it will probably make quite a story.
There's nothing like seeing someone else's kitchen to encourage you to get cranking on your own. In this case, I'm talking about the Midwestern kitchen renovation featured on Apartment Therapy today.
I've heard that if you ask for it, Ameren will deliver a free load of mulch to your home.
My goal for this spring and summer is to tame my wild jungle of a garden (using more than newspapers this year). Mulch seems like a key ingredient.