In nine days, we’ll be a family of four, having welcomed a new baby girl into the Gradin household on the 24th of this month…at 6:00am. That’s how we role. My wife likes to plan for the unplannable. However, she has made certain assurances for this life-event, and I have little doubt that this date… Continue reading Offspring, Part Deaux
Man has been on a quest throughout time to find the riddle of the root of all evil. Ole-Magnus Saxegard, a student of the Sydney-based University of Technology, explores this riddle in his latest frame-by-frame Flash animation (A History of Evil). It is a brilliant vision. If he’s looking for further inspiration to this age-old… Continue reading The Home School Phenomenon
Of particular importance is my interest in a legacy. I am passionate about telling my story. Above all else, I trust that my musings will pass along a message that I cannot reach into my own ancestry for. That message will be a referential perspective to those in need of familial comfort. If we are to know the answer to life, the universe, and everything, we are to know our history.
I played World of Warcraft for a little while – maybe six months or so. Just this past weekend I finally handed over my account to a willing addict to continue my legacy. Jeb now has two accounts to fuel his fires, one being mine. It was a good run, but in the end I… Continue reading World of Warcraft: Fin
I found an invaluable thing recently. Google’s old beta site for their groups allows access to newsgroups via RSS. There isn’t a link anywhere to indicate this, but it’s available if you can construct the URI. Just enter http://groups-beta.google.com/group/group.name/feed/topics.xml into your aggregator, where group.name is the newsgroup your interested in (and exists in Google’s webified… Continue reading NNTP 2 RSS (Techie)
Has anyone ever thought of setting up a service to exchange email to standard postal mail? It would cost, of course, at least the value of a stamp an envelope. Maybe you could even handle attachments and print them out to go along. I think it’s an interesting service that is needed by a small-ish… Continue reading Legacy Services
So I’m working on a new project called, “webdev|Live!” The idea is that a group of web developers get together and blog the unfolding saga of web design. The process, when followed to completion, should render a sort of instant whitepaper. I’m hoping it pans out, but for now it’s just useful in allowing Sean… Continue reading webdev|Live!
In association to an article at darrenbarefoot.com, I was reminded of a topic I’ve brought up before (with little success in exciting anyone). We’re beginning a new era of the “Digitally Revolutionized Legacy,” but it’s not us – Generation X – as first thought. No, the new era starts with our children. I would say… Continue reading A Digitally Revolutionized Legacy