"Noodlecat is Chef Jonathon Sawyer's Japanese and American mashup ramenhouse in the CLE."
Sunday, December 02, 2012
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Kinda. Clearly it is nice since I'm a 'droid user on my cell phone, a Chrome user on my Windows/Linux laptop, the integration with my Google Apps ( and to start) and is a benefit. Similar UIs to my phone and PC is also a benefit. It's Google so that's cool too, right?
|Our Home is Our Castle|
- Electrical (done today)
- Furnace and AC Check
- Masonry (tuckpoint work)
- Chimney Sweep (probably not this year)
- Minimal Roofing Repair (not this year)
Saturday, October 06, 2012
If you need to know, here is the map to the Cleveland Zoo:
View Cleveland Zoo in a larger map
I think I'd do it again next year since it's for a good cause.
Sunday, April 01, 2012
As I posted here and here, Highland Heights City Council has been deliberating an resolution that would allow Mayor Coleman to sign a lease with Bass Energy to place two gas wells on property within the Community Park as part of a lawsuit settlement. This last Tuesday while I was in Chicago on business City Council voted on the resolution.
Sunday, March 25, 2012
The cherry trees donated by the Japanese Association of Northeast Ohio (JANO) are in full bloom. This year is the 100th Anniversary of the gift of cherry trees to the United States from Japan for the mall in Washington D.C. This year the blooming is early. I tweeted last night that I wished one of the news organizations would broadcast something. Little did I know when I made that tweet that Newsnet5 already had!
Yesterday about 15 of us had an impromptu "hanami" which was a lot of fun. Check out the pictures below.
If you have a chance, you'll want to stop by today since I think the inbound rain and storms will knock all the blossoms off the trees.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Tuesday night Council President Cathy Murphy confirmed that the drilling resolution (6-2012) would appear on the agenda for the upcoming March 27th council meeting and that it would be voted on that night.
Like the meeting on the 13th, there will be an opportunity for public speaking that night.
March 27th is now or never time, as far as keeping gas wells out of the park.
We urge you to come and witness the vote on March 27th.
Bring your children, your significant others, your family, your friends, your neighbors, and anyone else you can think of.
Also, please pass this email along to everyone you know.
Let's keep the momentum going.
These are our representatives, Let's demand to be heard!
When: March 27th
Where: Highland Height City Hall, Council Chamber
Time: 8 pm. Come early to get a good seat.
We hope to see you there.
Love Our Green Space (LOGS)
P.S. If you want to keep on top of what's going on in the city, be sure to check out: http://highlandheightsohiohappenings.blogspot.com/
Friday, March 09, 2012
Thursday, March 08, 2012
明日の夜(3月9日）、Cleveland Institute of Artのシネマテックで放映されます。
出演： 松山ケンイチ 菊地凛子 水原希子 高良健吾 霧島れいか 初音映莉子 柄本時生
Monday, March 05, 2012
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Sunday, January 29, 2012
As I mentioned in my New Year's post, last year I was able to successfully quit smoking. However, it did come at a price - I gained 30 pounds. Since coming back from Japan and prior to quitting smoking I had already put on 20-30 pounds. So that's about 60 pounds in 5 or 6 years. That's pretty bad.
Now, the reality of it is that the last 30 pounds is what really made it bad. That gain in weight was a direct result of quitting something that is even more dangerous and damaging to my health - smoking. Last year, I knew I was gaining weight and eating more "snacks". I made a conscious decision to not worry about it until this year, or rather after a full year of not smoking. I completed that full year so it is time for this year's challenge.
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Okay, so I was just generally playing around but most particularly because my wife is doing a lot of studying lately. In particular she is studying Hyland Software's modules and things since she now works there with me. But just as importantly, and due to company requirements she is studying ECM, or Enterprise Content Management.
So I was trying to figure out an easy way for us to collaborate on sharing information, notes, and links to various sites. Being a Google fanboy, at least outside of work, I tried a couple of different things. I tried to create a collection in Google docs but that only lets you create "office" like documents, not share links unless they are embedded in the document.
Then I remember Google bookmarks and went there. Then I realized that they had taken away lists, and therefore, the ability to share your bookmarks stored there with anybody else - which to be really blunt makes the whole thing completely and totally useless (particularly since Chrome has such a great bookmark feature that you can sync across machines for straight up non-shared bookmarks that you do not intend to "share")
Now I guess I could go out and create a google site for it which makes the most sense in many, many ways. My document collections could all be presented there, I'd have the ability for straight up content and I'd be able to create a links collection. Like http://www.neohawk.org/home/mylinks
But all of that seems like overkill in today's "social" world. It strikes me that there should be an easy way for me to have "pages", links, documents that are as easy to update and maintain as posting updates to my +Google+ stream. And to direct certain posts certain "circles", or limited group of people.
Or you would think that Google would have a way to share links. But it doesn't which is fairly mind-boggling. So much so that I think I'm missing something, but for the life of me I cannot figure out why it's so hard to share links a la Del.icio.us using Google.
Monday, January 02, 2012
Hopefully this post will fulfill that greeting.
2011 was a year of transition for the Neohawk.org family. Overall a good year but what’s a good year without some stress to make sure the gray hairs arrive. Here’s the rundown.
American University on the Dean’s List and now an “Honor’s Student”. She spent the summer at home working at Target but took off for AU as soon as she could. And this time she pretty much took everything with her, sort of a message to us that she ain’t coming back to Cleveland “to visit”. It’s bittersweet. I cannot help but be proud and excited for her. At the same time it’s sad to think that it’s over already and that she’s her own person now and not my little Elly.
One of the best things for us her parents was the fact that Elly has had the chance to take up dancing again. She is taking a Ballet class as part of her schedule but she also participated in two other performances as well. Arisa and I went to see the AU in Motion (Facebook page) in November. The show overall was tremendous. Given there was wide array of dancers from good to bad, from classical ballet to hip hop and Bollywood. The dancers clearly had worked hard on everything and the show was fun. To be honest though Elly stood out. That’s largely because her piece is designed that way (she was the Sugar Plum Fairy) but also because she was the by far the best ballet dancer.