It is a continued struggle with my logical mind to deal with Human Resources. It doesn’t matter what company it is, Human Resources is the quintessential inefficiency expert. That must be the only private sector area in which the government still reigns on high. The formalities requires to interact with Human Resources are mind-boggling. You… Continue reading Humanoid Resources
I’m home today with a touch of some digestion pranks my system decided to play on me. It’s a little strange this sort of thing doesn’t happen more often to me than it does. I eat some pretty diverse, and oft raunchy, things. My system is pretty forgiving for all that it’s gone through, really.… Continue reading Montezuma’s Revenge
The Konfabulator tool was recommended to me by a coworker recently. He noticed that I used the Desktop Sidebar, a Longhorn-looking (Windows Vista) desktop component. To be honest, I was speculative of the Konfabulator’s ability to replace the Desktop Sidebar, both by its name and the source of information (he’s not a Windows guy, so… Continue reading Konfabulator – Yahoo! Widgets
Today we ventured out to the North Georgia Celtic Festival to see the shows. Amy had some real work to do, photographing some of the performers, but Balthazar and I were there just to enjoy the day. This is the fourth annual celebration of Celtic arts, music, and culture hosted by Emerald Rose. We’re good… Continue reading The North Georgia Celtic Festival
WebStandards.org | W3C CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets v3) have shown up in the W3C’s repository of working drafts. It needs comments yet, but I like what I see so far. Rounded corners, for one, is a sure win for developers everywhere. Sure, anyone can draw rounded corner boxes on the web, but dynamically generated ones… Continue reading CSS3 Revealed
Last week, Carlos told me a story that was potentially blog-worthy. I didn’t blog about it because I felt that it needed to have personal frustration associated with it, rather than just his. What he didn’t tell me was that I would undergo the same treatment a few days later. Today, I got my first… Continue reading Corporate Musical Chairs
Superhero’s (and Dora the Explorer) assembled last night for autographs and pictures with the kids – or their parents in some cases. Dora’s appearance in the gig was a little out of place, though not ignored by the children. Most of them were probably there to see her more than any of us. Besides, I… Continue reading I’m Batman!
Tonight, Batman will make an appearance at Lakeshore Mall in Gainesville. Rumor has it that Spiderman will also be there. I have this on good authority. You can probably expect to see them around 6:00pm.
eBay marketers are potentially some of the seediest, unethical types out there. There are good deals to be found, sure. But there are also traps and deceptions around every corner. In this example, someone is using familiar practices to improve the sales of their product. I searched for “Jornada 720” and found this item: The… Continue reading The Dark Side of eBay
Disinformation \ Wired News Imagine eating food that was cooked using natural gas generated from your own human waste. Thousands of prisoners in Rwanda don’t have to imagine it — they live it. Prisoners’ feces are converted into combustible "biogas," or methane gas that can be used for cooking. It has reduced by 60 percent… Continue reading Human Feces Powers Rwandan Prison