It’s not secret that two things that really pull on my wife’s heart strings are puppy dogs and little, gray-haired old men. Then there’s puppy dogs who resemble little, gray haired old men (as in these). She can barely stand to look at them without running the risk of getting emotional. However, it’s the fact… Continue reading How I Know I’ll Be Married A Long Time
Angela and I have my mother visiting us for a week this Thanksgiving. The three of us went out to the University of Richmond for the annual Turkey Trot 10k this morning. What a great way to kick off the holiday. U of R is one of the most beautiful campuses in the country and,… Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving
Another Fall is coming, and with it a slew of new shows on our TiVo.
TiVo won’t transfer content that has been downloaded over the internet. Click image for full view. Just recently, TiVo announced they would provide weekly download of product reviews by CNET. While not nearly like having C|Net back on the air again (I miss Richard Hart and Gena St. John talking tech on C|Net Central), it was… Continue reading TiVo Nearly Has IPTV
I couldn’t ever use super_structure.com (or .org, .net, etc) because it wasn’t an allowed name.
I have a Microsoft Office Keyboard and Wireless Explorer Mouse on my home desktop(s). I love the extra functionality of these devices due to the forward/back browser buttons (among other buttons). I’ve even bought a second Office keyboard for my office desktop because I found the copy/cut/paste and the application switch buttons to be so… Continue reading Blogging Hack
My mind, in a matter of seconds, retraced the route I had just been on. Sure enough, I had just run a marathon.
Since Pat Robertson has now damned the good voters of Dover, PA last week and the state of Kansas has turned back the clock there by about 80 years, I thought I might put forth my opinion on the concept of Intelligent Design. Personally, I am all for the the teaching of Intelligent Design in… Continue reading Intelligent Design of School Curricula
Back in the late Spring of 2003, I was located in Tampa for two-and-a-half months for business. While there, I had a great deal of time to catch up on reading and, for what ever reason, decided to spend it on political science books. While picking up a couple of books at the local Barnes… Continue reading Clueless in Tampa