February 6, 2008

Eli Manning 

If you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ve missed possibly the best Super Bowl game in a decade.  Trailing by 4 points in the last two minutes of the game, the New York Giants marched down the field and scored the game winning touchdown with 30 seconds to spare.  The New England Patriots were favored by 12 points going into the game, but fought hard to score just 14 points, let alone score enough points to cover the spread.  The final score was 17-14, and put an end to the Patriots quest for perfection, ending the season with 18-1. 



Blog Now!

February 6, 2008

I have decided to run two separate sites.  The other address is, and I will be sharing posts between the two, so my links here will remain active.  Please take some time check out the other site after I get a chance to add some content on there and update the presentation.

MODU moving?

February 2, 2008

I know I haven’t been very active here over the past few months (really, the last half year), and I do apologize for that.  “Real Life” as some might call it has really impacted my ability to be online for most of 2007, and when I do get a chance to relax in the evenings after work, I find myself simply putting my feet up and contemplate going to bed.

However, as to the point of this thread.  A friend of mine has developed a new site called “Blog Now!”  It is a similar service as (as they use the same software), that provides free blogs to everyone.  He has asked if I would consider moving the Musings to his site in order to create a user base (both to draw new users to his site as well as to experiment with some programming).  WordPress does have an option to export blogs to from one service to another, but I am afraid that I might end up losing the entire site or at least lose all the page listings on Yahoo and Google to the articles I’ve written here.  So, what I might do is simply start up a “mirror” blog on his site and/or redirect visitors from here to there.

What do you think?  What should I do?


February 2, 2008

The NFC Champions NEW YORK GIANTS are heading to Super Bowl XLII to challenge the AFC Champions New England Patriots.  While the Patriots are the favored team to win, our Giants are not to be counted out.  In the last match up between these two teams in Week 17, the Giants came within 3 points of defeating the Patriots after leading them by 12 points at one moment in the game.  This SHOULD be a hard-hitting close game, and if so, it should be very entertaining for everyone who is watching.  While I hope the Giants win (and vindicate their loss from the 2000 season), I will not be upset if they lose, especially if it is a close game.  They have worked hard and never fully been given the credit for their sucesses all season. 

 So get your snacks ready and call your friends over, and cheer for the BIG BLUE!

Come on Giants, YOU CAN WIN!