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Words, words, words

Wednesday, July 9th, 2008

Haven’t written many words here lately. Let me explain the reasons, in ordered-list format: Been doing a lot of personal-type writing on my twitter account. For the best of these tweets, check our free rooster, bumper cars, destructoblade-wheelchair, Revenge is sweet, and blood is salty. Also, I had this whole “What can go wrong with […]

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Denver Metro bloggers, raise your hand (and post a link to your blog here)

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

If you blog and you live in the Denver Metro area, please go on and post a link to your blog in the comments below. -Joe (cross-posted to my Denver Post Neighbors News blog)

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Notes, photos, bits, awards, blurbs, music, Ms. Pac Man, stuff

Monday, December 10th, 2007

Hey y’all, Here’s a bunch of stuff that’s awesome and you oughta know: JJ, whose photo portfolio web site I built, is selling a book of his detailed Chicago photography for 30 bucks. Thirty bucks! That makes a great gift! My employer, The Denver Post, won an Online News Association award last month for “General […]

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Election night 2007

Wednesday, November 7th, 2007

I’ve spent three of the past four fiirst-Tuesday-in-November-nights working on online election coverage. Each of those have been challenging — 2004 it was just dealing with all the information, 2006 was figuring out the streaming video shtuff, and this year, even though it was an off year, had a last-minute data thrill: We decided to […]

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Haiku: Work

Thursday, August 23rd, 2007

I wrote this for the Post’s Haiku of the Week gig: Double-u oh arrr, Kay, hey, it’s time. The morning bugle bleats your name.

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Denver’s the cheapest place to live alone, but no longer the best single’s town.

Thursday, August 23rd, 2007

So says Forbes. Denver’s ranked on the top of Forbes’ “Best Cities for Singles” list three years in a row, until this one. Forbes says it’s the methodology that caused Denver’s plummet. I wrote more about it on the Denver Post Neighbors blog.

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It’s Saturday: Denver Post Underground Music Festival

Wednesday, August 8th, 2007

Hey y’all, Saturday night my employer, the Post, throws its 7th-annual Underground Music Festival. Well, not Saturday night. Saturday afternoon, evening and night. It’s $10 before the show (tix at www.dpums.com), $12 day-of. I don’t know half the bands playing, and that’s a whole bunch of the fun. Here’s more info on the event: YouTube […]

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Denver Neighbors sneak preview (what I’ve been working on in day-job-land)

Wednesday, July 25th, 2007

So, this afternoon I launched the sneak preview of the ‘big thing’ I’ve been building at work. It’s the Denver “Neighbors” section, and it’s got Denver news, photos, blog posts, and my favorite: the most-popular article list of what Denver readers (that might be you!) are reading. Check it out at http://neighbors.denverpost.com/denver. Also, if you […]

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What I’ve been working on in my day jobby-job

Wednesday, June 13th, 2007

I wrote up the work-stuff I got done on my work-stuff blog, Joe Think.

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Haiku Summer

Saturday, June 9th, 2007

Yes, yes, the summer. And we rip through its months Like christmas morning. My apologies to the non-x-mas celebrating kids out there. So, this haiku-thing picked up waves here with this lady’s Everyday Haiku. I noticed it, and she’s doing it every day, which means other people noticed it too. Then just five days ago, […]

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