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Music

Video from the Blue Man Group in Fargo

I finally managed to pull the last few videos and photos from last month’s Blue Man Group concert off the digital camera last weekend. It was an unbelievable show that I’d recommend to everyone. Our seats turned out to be really good, which gave me the chance to take some decent photos and videos with […]

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Grand Forks

10 Years Later: The Great Red River Flood of 1997

Last week marked the 10 year anniversary Flood of 1997 in Grand Forks. Local and regional media outlets have been featuring coverage for at least several months now, often providing day-by-day flashbacks of the events that transpired. Somewhat surprising to me, Minnesota Public Radio seems to have some of the best online resources on their […]

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Music

Blue Man Group in Fargo Tonight

The Blue Man Group How to be a Megastar Tour will be in Fargo tonight, and Casey and I will be taking in the concert. Friends who’ve seen it say it’s the best show they’ve seen, so we’re pretty excited. It seems that they encourage fans to bring their cameras, so I might have some […]

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UND

Robbie Bina’s Great Goal Against the Minnesota Gophers

This past weekend, the University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux hockey team played our arch rivals, the Minnesota Gophers. It was some of the best hockey I’ve seen this year, and in case you missed it, featured an amazing goal by UND player Robbie Bina: Jeff Frazee was the unfortunate goalie on the receiving end […]

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Technology

Senator Dorgan Introduces Net Neutrality Bill to the Senate

Update a few minutes later: Here is the actual text of the Internet Freedom Preservation Act (PDF) in case you’re up for reading some legalese (or can’t get to sleep). Possibly in an attempt to make himself more tech friendly, North Dakota’s Byran Dorgan has introduced a Net Neutrality bill to the Senate along with […]

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Family

Merry Christmas From the Berberichs (2006)

Here is our Chirstmas card and letter for 2006. Enjoy the holidays! Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from the Berberichs! Our family saw many changes in 2006. From a growing boy, to a career change, to a new home, we have a lot to share with you. Kael is growing up faster than we […]

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Technology

Jon Undell’s PowerSchool Screencast

Update on 12/02/2006: Don Simon of EduTech updates us with the latest ND PowerSchool numbers in the comments. I’ve adjusted this post to reflect the changes. Thanks Don! Jon Undell, Infoworld columnist and ├╝ber geek, has posted his latest screencast in his “screening room“, this one on Pearson School Systems‘ PowerSchool student information system. It’s […]

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Politics

North Dakota’s Congressmen are not Technology Friendly

News.com published the Technology Voter Guide 2006 yesterday, and I must say that it’s very well done. In it, CNET looked at 16 Senate votes and 20 House votes to create a ranking of the tech-friendliness of each incumbent. With North Dakota’s Senators Byran Dorgan and Gaylord “Kent” Conrad and Representative Earl Pomeroy, the state […]

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Winter

And the Snow Begins…

Casey came down with a nasty case of the stomach flu this morning, so came back home after a couple of hours at the office this morning to watch Kael and do what I can for her. She hasn’t been this type of sick for a long time, so it stinks to see her feeling […]

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Fun

Cirque du Soleil Delirium: A Short Review

Last night Casey and I attending the Grand Forks performance of Cirque du Soleil’s Delirium, their traveling concert featuring remixed music from other Cirque shows. This was the first time we’ve seen one of their performances, and it was, in a word, amazing. The set for Delirium is huge, and plays an integral part in […]