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10 Years of Blogging: Early Days

Today marks the 10th anniversary of my first blog post – cool! Ready for a little trip down memory lane…?

WARNING: self-indulgent blog entry ahead!

PART 1: Better Living Thru Blogging!

Better Living Through Blogging!

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Sinatra

Pardon the interruption, but we need to take a brief time-out from Great Falls blogging in order to remember the greatest entertainer of the 20th century.

Today marks ten years since we lost the greatest singer – perhaps the greatest entertainer – of the 20th century: Francis Albert Sinatra. Ol’ Blue Eyes. The Voice. The Chairman of The Board. The Legend. Frankie. Sinatra. Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to Me!

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Well, not ME, exactly, but rather to GreaterFalls.com! Actually, the official day was on Wednesday; the very first blog entry here was on May 7, 2005, which makes GreaterFalls three years old. In dog years, that’s about 21 years old, and in blog years, that’s probably…what, 40 or 50 years old? Here’s a screenshot of the early days, courtesy of the Wayback Machine (click to see full size) (update: image link now fixed!):

the early days of greaterfalls.com!

Thanks for helping me get to the three-year mark! Seriously – having awesome folks like you around makes this fun. I would have baked a birthday cake to share with all of you, but it’s so hard to squeeze baked goods through the internets, ya know.

UPDATE: awwww…thanks, everyone, for the nice comments! And especially to Dave (the *other* one!) for the b-day dedication!

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Dad Chimes In

Time once again for “Dad Chimes In,” a semi-regular feature in which my father, a retired Air Force physician in Texas, provides his commentary on a recent GreaterFalls entry. Today’s subject is coming up with a name for the adorable little bunny from Friday. Here’s what Dad had to say: Continue reading

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