December 2006

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My Christmas Gifts

Okay, so I’m a few days late on blogging. I was supposed to be back on here Tuesday listing out all the wonderful Christmas gifts that I got. But, I’m simply lazy. I’ve spent the last three days playing with my gifts as opposed to telling the world about them. … Continue reading →

Books To Read, Time, & Farewell Until After Christmas

I can’t believe I forgot about my Thursday Thirteen. I guess it’s a little late to do it now. I got wrapped up watching Season 1 of Weeds. It’s been a while since I’ve watched it. Then, I finished reading James Patterson’s Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment. I’ll have to … Continue reading →

Yes, that’s right. I made a new Christmas theme for this year. It’s nothing especially special, but I thought I’d try and spread some Christmas cheer.

My Christmas Check

I went home (where I grew up) on Friday and Saturday to see my cousin who had drove down from Ohio to visit. However, this is not the story I will relate today. Before I left to come back to my home in Auburn, my mom gave me a check … Continue reading →

Thursday Thirteen - Great Quotes

This week I’m picking out 13 great quotes. Honestly, there’s too many to narrow down to a list of only 13, but I’m going to present you with at least a small fraction of great words once said or written. It was actually really hard to pick these out of … Continue reading →

There’s the link to the Creative Commons website. Maybe that’ll keep you busy while I’m finishing my final exams. I’m actually thinking of releasing this website under a Creative Commons license.

I don’t have much time to blog because I’m taking final exams right now, but I’ll be popping in from time to time in the next few days. Go check out Books In Bed. It’s my new website. It should be fully-functional in the next week or two.

The Rich-Poor Divide

Recently, in my Technology, Literacy, & Culture class, we’ve been talking about some of the criticisms against Ray Kurzweil’s ideas presented in his book The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology. One of the major criticims is that as new technology becomes available quicker, the rich-poor divide will grow … Continue reading →