Who is ArcoJedi? A life-journeying Christian, ecstatic husband, proud father of four, web guru, all-around geek and Star Wars fanatic. Read these thoughts that he felt were worthwhile. Then wonder why he thought that way.

2005/06/30

My Confession - My sister-in-law's blog!

I have increased the amount of bloggers in the world by at least one as of yesterday. My sister-in-law now has a blog. So far there is only one entry, but go check it out. My Confession.

2005/06/29

del.icio.us

This is a test to see if I can get my del.icio.us bookmarks to show up on this page using an include file in the contents of this post. The include file uses a javascript that I created using bigbold.com and should show up here -

- but I am not sure that it will work. We will see once I post this.

Scouting at Craig School - Home of 572

My old cub scout pack and boy scout troop have a web site. If you go to the Boy Scout page and click on the link for the list of Eagle Scouts you will see my name! Not much content on the page or really much information about any of the first couple of Eagles. I wonder to myself who is maintaining the site.

2005/06/28

My first comment spam!

*Applause* If you check out the post I created with the lyrics to Seventy-Six Trombones, you will see that I just got a comment from someone I DON'T know, meaning that they found me based off my content, and then decided that my content was worth linking to theirs.

To learn more about comment spamming, go to this page about Link Spam.

The GOOD news: This means that my site is potentially getting some small amount of attention out there in the world on search engines and such. This is activity which (most likely) has nothing to do with my friends and family. I'm 'out-there', so to speak. Someone was probably looking for content like the lyrics I posted, and then wanted the link from there badly enough to spend 27 seconds or so adding it...

The BAD news: It's comment spam. Enuff said!

Thanks, tomc, for spamming me...

2005/06/27

Renaissance Fair

Lisa and I went to the one here in St. Louis this last spring and that was fun. My favorite moment: two men in Spaniard costumes holding up signs that read "Arguments for $1". They were yelling and hawking their wares. I asked as we passed them if we could haggle over the price, and they said "SURE, but that'll be $1."

2005/06/22

The Apple

The apple does not fall far from the tree unless it is carried.

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