Beautiful day today at Stowe, VT. The top of the mountain was above the cloud line. It wasn’t unbearably cold and the skiing was great.
With my parents’ house sold, I had to move all the stuff I still had down there up to Vermont where I’m living now. Only problem is it’s a small house, and I don’t have a lot of room to put stuff in my bedroom. So to save space, I got some wall hangers for my guitars.
Me and my parents in front of the house we moved into back in 1991. My parents have sold the house, and I’m driving back up to where I live now in Vermont tomorrow, so tonight will be the last night I spend in the house I spent most of my life in.
I was up on the roof of the five-story Theta Chi frat house at MIT this morning (my dad is an alumnus of MIT and was a member of Theta Chi, and being an architect, he’s been helping out with restoring the building). I figured as long as I was up there, I might as well take some pictures, as I probably won’t get that particular view of Boston again.
Stealing an idea from Mike (who I’m pretty sure stole the idea from someone else anyway).
Yesterday was new comic book day, which sadly only comes once a month for me due to the fact that my crappy store is 40 miles away.
Everyone should check out the amazing fan made The Downward Spiral: Live project. Filmed entirely by fans at the Nine Inch Nails show at Webster Hall in New York City on August 23, 2009. You can download DVD, HD (720p M4V format), or iPod versions, or just watch it through the YouTube playlist. I was one of the filmers on the project, and also have a bunch of stills in the image gallery on the DVD version.