As I write this, my old Linux computer, the XCube, sits in the corner of my office, ready to be shipped off to my in-laws. It’s a bittersweet sight. On one hand, that computer has been with me for almost four years, and it’s still extremely capable: a 3.2GHz Intel P4, 1GB RAM (I forget… Read more Switch Made: From Linux to Apple’s Mac OS X
In light of the upcoming Florida primaries, I’ve been wanting to write about this topic. However, while I’m always reading up on politics, political issues, and philosophical issues affecting the current political trends and process, I purposely keep that out of this site for a myriad of reasons, ranging from “I don’t care to piss… Read more Politics Time
It’s a shock to me, too. For years — almost a decade now — I’ve been using Linux almost exclusively at home. I’ve downloaded and installed countless distributions, and have lived with nothing but open sourced and free software, which has served my needs as well as any (Well, I will admit to the guilty… Read more Switching from Linux to Mac OS X
Depends on when you ask.
I caught this on Fark, and thought it too important to let it go. It’s the story of Roman Grandy, a guy who went from 415 lbs to… well, lower, though the article doesn’t ultimately say. (The last stated weight is 230, which is still pretty darn good.) I love inspirational stories like this:
I was at my parents’ house this weekend when my father, out of the blue, asked me “Do you go to church where you live?”
Been gone for a while, decided it was time to come back. Where was I? Well now, that’s a question with many answers, the short one being that instead of blogging, I’ve been writing in a notebook. Not diary entries, but short stories and ideas for these. Also, I’ve started working on my first graphic… Read more Thoughts on the New Year