car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page


Goodbye,Dome Sweet Dome

She may not look like much,but she‘s got had it where it counts,kid.

Friday Roundup

This won’t be a thematic post but will instead function as more of an assessment of the progress I’ve been making,not only with this site (which is minimal in the visible sense),but with other facets of my life.  I don’t generally talk much about what is going on with me personally,but with Read on…

September 10,1995 –Who’s playing second? Knoblauch? Hale? Puckett?!

Two days before I became a teenager,the Minnesota Twins played the then-California Angels at the then-Anaheim Stadium in perhaps one of the strangest games,scoring-wise,of the last half century.

Baseball scorekeeping is Read on…

1976 All Over Again

I’ve mentioned before what a fan I am of Paul Lukas’work over at Uni Watch.  Ever since he’s started a daily blog I’ve found myself wandering over during work to go through his links and see what went on the night before,sports/ and the Read on…

Lost Update Causes Ad-Libbing

I just committed the Cardinal Sin of the computing world.

I had a few links to track down to have everything just so,but before I went to find them,I didn’t save my update,which was 75% complete.

And,just because the world seems to be conspiring against me (and everyone else I know) Read on…