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2012 was a really awful year for Dan, and in his delay to write about why it was so bad, he fell behind in writing about 2013! This series of blog posts helps him “catch up” with the events of the New Year.
On This Day
Since mid-2010, Dan’s been writing a series of blog posts looking back to what he was doing on that day in previous years. Full of nostalgia (and often links to ancient earlier posts).
In 2012, Dan’s dad was killed in a hiking accident. Dan’s been blogging about the death, the funeral, and the experience of being the executor to his father’s will while simultaneously grieving for his loss.
A long time ago, Dan dated a girl who would read several different horoscopes for her star sign, and pick the one she liked. And that wasn’t even the craziest thing about her.
While on the way to a stag night in Edinburgh, Dan stops to perform magic in Preston and is surprised to discover that his sister has secretly gotten married.
Mostly-irrationally, Dan decides that it’s time to build a new computer, and sets out to make a souped-up, liquid-cooled monster of a machine. This is the first part of that story.
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Dan reflects briefly on the birth of “tiny”, and the crazy week that’s come since, along with some adorable photos of the little rascal.
Which is the odd-one out: gypsies, turkeys, french fries, or the Kings of Leon? It’s a simple riddle, but it’s still better than whatever you’ve gotten out of your cracker.
What’s the hardest possible word to guess in Hangman? Many have wondered, but Dan felt the need to find out for sure.
Back in the summer, Dan went narrowboating with Ruth, JTA, and Matt P, and the experience slowed his thinking so much that it took him several months to blog about it.