Monthly Archives: December 2007

Frequent Emails Are Not Optimal

You don’t need to be a researcher to figure this out. I hope they didn’t spend too much money coming to that breathtaking conclusion. People with BlackBerries often ask me why I don’t have a BlackBerry. I tell them that … Continue reading

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What is Law in an Infinite Universe?

The original post on Slashdot. Philosophy can grasp at answers all it likes, but there aren’t really ‘laws’ of nature, or of the Universe, Creation or whatever you want to call it. The Laws of Nature are not so much … Continue reading

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What Computer Stuff Do You Use?

People ask me all the time about what hardware I use, or what I think is good. In this post I’m going to tell you what I use personally and why I use it. My choices aren’t always performance based, … Continue reading

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OLPC Misses Bigger Issues

At first, I figured the universe was coming to an end. When it didn’t, I realized that I was reading a Dvorak rant that I mostly agreed with. It’s considered taboo to speak ill of the One Laptop Per Child … Continue reading

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Tipping Point

I’m about to lose my balance and fall in. Even though only mere seconds have gone by it seems like an eternity. Teetering at the edge I stare into the pit. There is a world of hurt waiting for me … Continue reading

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People Suck

People suck. Three scheduled pickups. Three unanswered doors. 20 minutes of my life wasted. People suck.

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CBC Groks Future of Television

I just noticed that the CBC is doing an interesting thing with one of its shows. It is offering Heartland for free viewing online, as well as in the more traditional boob-tube manner. This isn’t surprising, as the CBC has … Continue reading

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