Last night I stayed up late and finally watched Batman Begins. I ended up watching the DVD on Casey’s Powerbook since I tend to like my movies nice and loud. Anyway, I absolutely awesome – one of the best comic book movies to date and the best Batman movie ever, hands down. I rank it […]
In honor of today, which was Kael’s due date, here are some more photos from his first three weeks. He’s already quite the little character!
Tonight the world (or maybe just North Dakota) finally got to see what I’ve been working on for the last several months. We launched the new EduTech website at about 5:30 this evening. So far, things are looking very good. I’m spending the night performing triage by fixing broken links as missing pages are discovered […]
I think that’s a pretty good question these days. The going rate on the iTunes Music Store is currently set at $0.99 per track. At the same time, the Yahoo! Music Unlimited service gives you access to over 1 million songs for a monthly price of $4.99, bringing the perceived value of any given tune […]
Just five short years ago, almost everyone considered Microsoft to be the menacing 500 lb gorilla of the industry. It had monopoly power over the computer desktop and web browser markets and, as a result, was in the middle of a huge antitrust case against the United States Department of Justice. Because there were few […]
Sorry for the lack of updates – it’s been a busy few days, as you can probably imagine. Because Kael is a preemie, it took him a little while to figure out the whole eating thing, which was a concern for the first couple of days. We spent hours the first nights feeding him drops […]
Casey and I would like you to meet our new family member, Kael Roman Berberich. He arrived today, November 3rd 2005, at 11:36 am. He is 6 pounds, 12 ounces, and 19 inches long. He was born a few days shy of 37 weeks, so he’s just a little guy. He’s also the most beautiful […]
Well, turns out I was a bit off last week with my “one more month” comment! Casey and I actually went to the hospital earlier this evening due to some steady contractions. After about three hours of observation, walking the hallways, and exams, they let us know that we should expect to stay the night. […]