Needs more RAM!

Thinking about buying another 6GB. It’s DDR3 triple-channel architecture, so pricing is going to suck.

Tricycle Gardens Open House

At 6-8PM on June 17, 2010:

Please join us on one of the longest days of the year to celebrate and enjoy the hard work of friends, neighbors, volunteers, garden managers, and the staff & board of Tricycle Gardens. Meet the people who get dirty for fun, learn about urban agriculture, & make a toast to the abundance we all share, and the generosity which has made all what we do possible!

The Community Gardens:

Jefferson Avenue Garden, between N. 23rd & N. 24th Streets, in Church Hill, Est. 2003, 16 plots,1000 gallon rain water cistern.
Carver Community Garden, corner of Kinney & Leigh Streets in Carver. Est. 2007,11 plots.
Humphrey Calder Community Garden, 414 N. Thompson Street, in the Museum District, Est. 2009, 36 plots.
Chimborazo Community Garden, corner of E. Grace Street & N. 31st St., in Church Hill, Est. 2009, to have 28 plots. Fundraiser Party HERE, goes late!!!!

The Learning Gardens:

Fulton Hill Neighborhood Resource Center, 1519 Williamsburg Road, in Fulton Hill, Est. 2006. Children’s learning garden and food production for the new cafe.
Peter Paul Development Center, 1708 N. 22nd St, Est. 2008, in Union Hill, Children’s learning garden, with a cooking and nutrition program.


9th & B Urban Farm, corner of W. 9th St. & Bainbridge St. in Old Manchester. Est. 2010. High production gardens, compost, vermiculture, bees, farm stand. GREEN DRINKS NIGHT!


New Chrome stable release, v5.0

My favorite web browser, Google Chrome (Chromium), turned 5 today! So fast, so clean, and available for Linux… just the way I like it.

Official blog post: http://chrome.blogspot.com/2010/05/new-chrome-stable-release-welcome-mac.html

Chromium blog post: http://blog.chromium.org/2010/05/google-chrome-for-linux-goes-stable.html

Cinebistro @ Stony Point Fashion Park

I took this picture at Stony Point Fashion Park. I’ve never heard of Cinebistro or Cobb Theatres until now, so I’m really curious about how this will turn out. I was under the impression that this is how the Bow Tie Movieland at Boulevard Square was supposed to be (…but that never happened).

Look at their site: www.cobbcinebistro.com