From: Jeffrey Logsdon (

Date: Fri, 1 Dec 1995 10:19:39 -0700 (PDT)
Dateline: Ramona

Winter's coming and we're getting fat...

...because the new neighbors down the street made Lasagne! And boy was it good. Oliver, Stephanie, Amber, and Stuart just moved in a month or two ago and have become a part of the extended Cyborganic family. So they volunteered to be the guest chefs this week, a brave thing to do right after Thanksgiving. The lasagne and Oliver's garlic bread were just the things to eat as winter finally sets in. Many bottles of red wine kept things lubricated quite nicely thank you.


As usual things started off slowly and built to a dull roar at about ten o'clock. I have noticed as the weeks go by that the Windoze box is receiving more and more attention. I'm sure it has nothing to do with the OS per se but rather must be the result of the various hexes and curses hurled at it by various local users. The shrine built to, well, acknowledge if not honor it, is having the desired effect.
John Mellon

A number of folk from out of town stopped by this week. LA favorites Simona and John stopped by. Hadn't seen them since Siggraph '95 in September. Here's John. Simona was caught in action as well.

Meanwhile, more of the TND regulars were floating about being goofy (Kat did her Cousin It imitation) or smoking on the back porch. Lisa Seaman and Karen McGrath were both in rare photography form. Mister 3D held court at the PowerMac showing off his hard won expertise with Photoshop. Check out his panoramas of the City.

Last nite was also cause to celebrate at least two birthdays: Caleb Donaldson's, one of our own, and Ben Wing's (who belongs to himself). Kat made a cake for Ben. Caleb was given a really slick pocket watch and a book among other things. There were two cakes for Caleb. Woo!

Mark Gavini

Mark Gavini, Macintosh Enthusiast, stopped by with his QuickTake 150 (better than our lowly 100) to act as roving photographer. He could be found wandering about snapping pix and recording information about his subjects. "What's yer name? What's yer email? D'ya have a URL?" Check out the result - his very first HTML pages!

And don't forget to visit our counterpart in New York

Jeffrey C. Logsdon

Even via email I only get bills...