Since the weather here in Atlanta hasn’t been perfect, we are going to Ottawa, Canada for a week. I hear they have nice weather there this time of the year. Do I have any Ottawan readers? Would anyone like to meet for coffee or something? Also, is there anything to see in Ottawa? My only… Continue reading North, North We Go
Month: February 2005
Last week, Amber and I went to Fogo de Chão for dinner. It is a Brazilian steakhouse tradition known as “Churrasco.” According to the restaurant website: Churrasco (shoo – rás – ko) has been a culinary tradition for more than three centuries in Rio Grande do Sul (Southern Brazil). In the olden days, “Gaúchos” (Southern… Continue reading Brazilian Steakhouse
ٹریک بیک اور یونیکوڈ
موویبل ٹائپ Movable Type میں ٹریکبیک Trackbacks ایک عجب مسئلہ ہیں۔ کیونکہ ٹریکبیک یہ نہیں بتاتا کہ وہ کس زبان یا encoding میں ہے اس لئے اگر آپ مجھے پنگ کرتے ہیں اور آپ ISO-8859-1 استعمال کر رہے ہیں …
Michelle at 6 Months
Time flies, Michelle gets older and bigger so fast. Or it stops when she can’t be consoled. The last six months have been very different from any other 6 months of my life. I have established a great bond with Michelle. She spends most of the day with me and we have a great time.… Continue reading Michelle at 6 Months
Front-end and Back-end Changes
There have been a lot of changes here recently, most of them on the back-end. Most of this work was related to having a bilingual (English and Urdu) blog along with MathML equations. This required valid XHTML 1.1 and serving the site as application/xhtml+xml as described before. One strange artifact of a good CSS/XHTML design… Continue reading Front-end and Back-end Changes
North Georgia Pictures
A friend and I went hiking on Christmas day to the Woody Gap, just north of Suches, GA on Route 60. It is an enjoyable, easy-to-moderate hike. Fortunately I am not a seriously practicing Muslimah or hiking would not be for me. Anyway, better late than never, here are some photographs. And here are… Continue reading North Georgia Pictures
What Kind of Elitist Are You?
You speak eloquently and have seemingly read every book ever published. You are a fountain of endless (sometimes useless) knowledge, and never fail to impress at a party. What people love: You can answer almost any question people ask, and have thus been nicknamed Jeeves. What people hate: You constantly correct their grammar and insult… Continue reading What Kind of Elitist Are You?