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Archive for October, 2004

Total Lunar Eclipse

October 27th, 2004

I hope you went out and saw the lunar eclipse Wednesday night. It was a nice night in Chesapeake. It looks like NASA is planning a robotic exploration of the moon. See NASA's website for more information. (By the way, that photo is mine, not NASA's :p)

Sleepy Hollow

October 22nd, 2004

Tonight was Opening Night!! The cast, crew, and audience had lots of fun during the energetic, spooky performance. I posted the candids I took before and after the show. More photos to come, especially of the traditional Olive Garden dinner on Saturday! (too bad we can't give Zach a birthday cake anymore :p)


October 21st, 2004

I have been spreading the word about Firefox, the Mozilla organization's free web browser. Firefox outperforms Internet Explorer in every way. It even rivals Safari on Mac OS X! I suggest you all give Firefox a try. A Windows download is only 4.5 MB. (Mac OS X is 8.4 MB and Linux is ~8.1MB)

NA Homecoming 2004

October 16th, 2004

Good news at Homecoming. We won the varsity football and soccer games. There was a decent crowd, and everyone seemed to have fun. The dance could have been better, but, all in all, the day went rather well.

Senior trip to DC

October 13th, 2004

I just finished uploading the photos of our Norfolk Academy Senior trip to Washington DC. We visited the Holocaust Memorial Museum, several war memorials, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Be sure to check out the changing of the Honor Guard and our wreath laying ceremony!

Halloween Coffeehouse

October 6th, 2004

The Halloween installment of Norfolk Academy's Coffeehouse took place today. It was my first chance to really test my new EOS 20D. The event, sponsored by NA's Lit. Magazine staff and the Happy Club, allowed many students (and Mr. Wilson!) to share poetry and music in front of their peers. View the photographs here!

Eric = Happy!!

October 2nd, 2004

Today is a beautiful day! I just bought a Canon EOS 20D 😀 I can't wait to try this awesome piece of engineering out in the field. Now would be a really good time to hire me :p