The meme is apparently now a lost word; used only by uncool dads and hipless (as in the lack of being hip) half-wits. I’m getting on in years, relatively speaking, and am inclined to use such lingo as to embarrass those who would be so easily offended. For lack of better alternatives, I bring to… Continue reading Top 5: Things You Wanted to Know About Me
You may recall that I had written up the Zune Wish List a couple of months after I received mine in December of 2006. I took the time to assess my needs and what the Zune hardware and software could do to meet those needs. It has now been nearly a year since that list… Continue reading Zune 2.x
Upon arrival at DragonCon Friday evening, I was met by a frantic Jeff at the Hyatt hotel. It would seem that the hotel doesn’t actually guarantee two beds in reserved rooms. A curious approach, as we had booked the room for quad occupancy. To make matters worse, the room presented to Jeff had a window… Continue reading Dragon*Con 2007 :: Wrap-Up
Listen up, Google! I have had a vision and I know what the next step in search engine technology is. It came to me as a spark of sudden hope during a frustrating journey down search engine back roads. You see, the folks at Read/Write Web are right. The Search is “game-over.” Google has won.… Continue reading Innovating the Search Engine
Technology, Entertainment, and Design. TED, for short. Where the most innovative, brilliant people of our time talk on issues that are important to the world. TED began back in 1984 and represented those three concepts; technology, entertainment, and design. Since then, the genres have expanded, but the goal remains the same. Once a year…1,000 remarkable… Continue reading TED – Ideas Worth Spreading
Blast! I thought I had read that tag problems weren’t being seen using Bunny’s Technorati Tag plugin. That’s what I’m using (in lieu of the Ultimate Tag Warrior) and I’m having problems with tags. I’ll research this tonight to find out what’s going on. It’s going to suck if all my tags have been eradicated.
Isi and I started today with kibbles this morning at 8:30am, following a good workout to start the work-week out. The most obvious challenge at the moment is how to meter the food properly. 5-6 cups of dry dog food is quite a lot now that I’m ingesting it. It also requires considerable water. I… Continue reading Kibble – Day 1
The longest amount of time spent, and time I am unable to account for, is research. Depending on the topic, I may spend a week pouring through as many references I can find on a particular subject to get a real good feel for the information. If I don’t require reference material as I write, it goes much quicker.
Last night marked my second attendance with the Atlanta Flickr Group. As a second, it was a first. This particular event was centered around our extension of some southern hospitality to some Flickr-Celebs coming through Atlanta. The Journey, as over-documented by other Flickrites and the journeymen themselves, has covered a lot of U.S. and Canadian… Continue reading atlantastrifest05