Documentation is like sex: when it is good, it is very, very good; and when it is bad, it is better than nothing. Dick Brandon … Continue reading →
Blood. Sweat. Tears. And Glory. My picks for the NCAA college football bowl games.
For that matter, let’s stop using the word “premium.” Let’s label it for what it is — pay-for-use.
After finally moving to Firefox last month, I’ve gained an invaluable Web experience. Yes, I know that I’m a little late on the Firefox bandwagon, but it’s better late than never, right? As a blogger and WordPress theme designer, I’ve quickly found a few tools that have made my life … Continue reading →
Yes, that’s right. I’ll be back to blogging very, very soon. Life’s just been non-stop this week. I’ve probably had, at most, an hour of downtime today. I’ve been going since 5:30 this morning. A good part of tomorrow will be the same, but I should have a few minutes … Continue reading →
For those of you who read my post How To Deal With Internet Frustration the other day, you know that I’ve had problems with my Internet going out. Well, I must take back my threats to Charter Communications. Maybe. For the last few days, my connection has went out only … Continue reading →
I wanted to write a review of James Patterson’s Maximum Ride: School’s Out — Forever, but I had a slight problem. My Internet connection kept going out. Every 5 minutes or so, I’d have to remove the computer from my lap, get off the bed, walk into the next room, … Continue reading →
Happy Valentine’s Day! Or, I should say Happy Birthday Papa! Today is my grandfather’s birthday. I’m not really sure how old he is. Sixty-something. And he has the easiet birthday in my family to remember. So, I have no excuses if I forget to call. I finally got him on … Continue reading →
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 →