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This summer, Seattle’s weather has been cloudy and cold. Luckily, “cloud” has another meaning. For those of you wondering, what “cloudy” means, Eric Nilsson, from Insilicos, has a great article in Xconomy on Seattle and cloud computing. A quick description of cloud computing would is to think of computer hardware, that is, the servers and…

On a quiet corner in Seattle’s Pioneer Square, in the former Cadillac Hotel, sits the Klondike Gold Rush national park. Inside the park, are photographs and exhibits to help visitors learn about the Klondike gold rush of 1987 and the role Seattle played in outfitting the stampeders. Figure 1. One ton of gold.

Okay, watching some of the other movies makes me realize that I’ve been very negligent in not uploading ours. Without further ado, here it is.

Arrgh. Fremont is just crawling with Pastafarians. Photos below the fold.

Maybe there’s something a little bit odd about having a gingerbread construction contest to raise funds for researching juvenile diabetes. Maybe these gingerbread houses aren’t environmentally proper or particularly sustainable. But they are impressive. If you’re in Seattle over the holidays, you can see them at the Sheraton Hotel until Jan 2nd and even help…