Moving, Wrtiting and Living in a Technical Breakdown

As a blogger the worst thing that can happen to you…wait…no, whether you are a blogger or not the worst thing that could happen is a major computer crash. Almost two weeks ago my mac decided to go belly up. Fortunately it was just pretending and playing tricks on me and everything is okay now but I can’t tell what it is like to be with out a computer for an extended period of time. The disconnect is crazy weird. You start to do stuff like read that book you got for Christmas two years ago that you swore to get around to a year ago.
But here I am back on track and going with the flow. As I have said I am changing from one format to another and currently designing my new home. I will start posting on the new format as well as my old one until the transition is complete. The amount of control that I have with this new home of mine is awesome so I want to make it very customized and comfy for the eyes and the mouse and the click. Right now the color scheme is pretty cool but temporary. So I want to thank you guys in advance for your patience. I will be posting my Ventana chardonnay ramblings next.

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Terence Hughes on March 1, 2007 at 1:14 am

    EVWG, Gabrio has an idea for us to taste a coupleof rare entries from Veneto. Email me!

    Terry

    mondosapore

    Reply

  2. Posted by Reform Judaism magazine on March 2, 2007 at 5:02 pm

    Greetings! We would like to invite you, and hope you would invite your readers, to a complimentary tasting at Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in New York of the finest kosher wines in the world.

    Reform Judaism magazine’s Spring 2007 edition features the first-ever pullout chart of the “Top 50 Kosher Wines in the World”–selected and described by Daniel Rogov. And you can taste many of these “Top 50” kosher wines at the RJ Wine Guide Launch Event: Thursday, March 15, 2007, 7-9pm, at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York. Reservations are required by telephone below.

    The event will open with a short talk on Wine and Jewish Tradition by Dr. Bruce Ruben, director of the HUC-JIR School of Sacred Music. A brief Q&A will follow, and then commencement of the tasting of 16 fine red, white, rose, sparkling, and dessert wines. In addition, there will be feasts for the eyes and ears: three art exhibitions on view—”Judy Chicago: Jewish Identity,” “Cinema Judaica,” and “Contemporary Israeli Art”—and live klezmer and jazz by pianist Jayson Rodovsky.

    Reservations are required for all attendees—and made on a first-come, first-serve basis. To ensure your place at the tasting, make sure to call the Wine Event RSVP hotline: 212-650-4243. by this coming Tuesday, March 6.

    L’chayim!
    Reform Judaism magazine

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  3. Posted by De Vino on March 4, 2007 at 5:47 pm

    If you go to the Kosher tasting look for Domaine du Castel Grand vin 2004 it’s amazing.

    Reply

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