Getting Organized for the New Year? Some Ideas and Other Stuff …

I came upon this interesting post on The Time Finder this morning – a compendium of web-based time management and organizational tools that looked very cool.  (As an aside, I “lost” about 45 minutes noodling around amongst the neat features and awesome gee gaws … but that’s par for the course when it comes to me and time management on the computer!)

In other news of the day … hmmm … ChristopherCornblog shared a sweet bit of musical commentary on Proposition 8 that you should take a look at.  It’s a star-studded performance and includes Alison Janney (of West Wing fame) whom I totally missed the first time around!

In the meantime, the Huffington Post offers word about the lovely Dallas community the Bushes have chosen to live in, post 1/20 (perhaps soon to be a more important date in US history than 9/11):

But the exclusive Dallas community the Bush family will soon join has a troubled history of its own.

Until 2000, the neighborhood association’s covenant said only white people were allowed to live there, though an exception was made for servants.

Enacted in 1956, part of the original document reads: “Said property shall be used and occupied by white persons except those shall not prevent occupancy by domestic servants of different race or nationality in the employ of a tenant.”

The entire covenant can be seen here.


And finally, from Bill Archer on BigSoccer, we have “A Tale of Two Coaches.”  While he gives both Anson and Tony their props, his description of Tony DiCicco as “a sniveling little rat-faced git” makes me want to know the inside scoop, for sure!  πŸ˜‰

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