Well it was a very busy and quick weekend, but I got to see a lot of family who I hadn't seen in years, so that was a nice side effect of the funeral.
It also made me think, as we were sorting through all my grandma's pictures, that it will be totally different once my generation starts passing away (at the age of 150 of course). A vast majority of my pictures are on my computer, of which only I know the password. Not to mention I have hundreds of 'non-important' pictures on there that my poor poor heirs would have to sort through to find the good stuff. And this all assuming that computers 70 (or 130) years from now can even read the jpeg format.
This guys website reminds me of the web circa 2000, with simplistic design and the once super popular rainbow colored graphics. Ulillillia City, and I can't stop reading. It reminds me of the now non-existant Andrew Hicks WWW Extravaganza
The Cheesecake Factory has amazing cheesecake. And for $6.50 a slice it better be amazing, and it delivers.
I've seem to have come down with a cold. Time to buy stock in Kleenex!