I know, I know… probably has to do more with the extensions than with the browser.
In college, we called the week right before finals “dead week.” During this week there were no parties, no activities, no outside BBQ’s… Just a bunch of students huddled up in Cooper Hall or in the library, or in the practice rooms, or in the labs and studios, trying to cram a semester’s worth of… Read more Dead Week
“OK,” he said. He put another blank sheet of paper on top of the small folding table in front of me, sat back, and crossed his legs. “Now draw a monster.”
All my life I’ve tried to create revelry and camaraderie by putting together contests where people could participate and compete in. I’ve seen others do this and have amazing success at it. But I… well… queue the violin:
A few days ago I added a little “Visitor Locations” tracker from Clustrmaps (you can see it at the bottom of the sidebar). Since then I’ve noticed that a LOT more international traffic than I ever imagined comes through this place. Sure, I knew people came from the US, Canada, and the UK, but I… Read more Where are You From?
But for the lack of a good opening paragraph, this article was ready last week. Alas, since I can’t think of anything snappy, funny, or even good to start this off with, this’ll have to do. (I’m terrible at this sort of beginning.) If you were wondering what happened at the 10-year high school reunion… Read more Leto High School Class of 1997: The 10 Year Reunion
Recently, a commenter to a previous post on panic attacks, Mike, started sharing his story and issues with panic attacks. In response to one of his comments, I wrote the following, which I decided to make into a full post. Here I chronicle how it was that I overcame my panic attacks. Since putting what… Read more Stopping My Panic Attacks