I had a mental breakthrough last night while I was reading my ethics book on the exercise bike at the health club. I figured out why I have Libertarian tendencies. But to explain, I’ll have to teach you about this British deep thinker of the early 19th century. And I don’t have the book in… Continue reading Untitled
Just moments after I published that last blog entry, I looked at the reviews of this book (Who Moved My Cheese?) on Amazon.com. Despite being a “#1 Bestseller” this book has gotten panned by those who read it and took the time to write their thoughts on Amazon. One reviewer writes this: This book is… Continue reading Untitled
On Wednesday of this week, my company, Voyant Technologies, Inc. of Westminster, Colorado, had our quarterly all company meeting. (You may think that 5 commas in a sentence of 19 words is extreme, but as far as I know I used them all correctly) From time to time, the powers that be like to give… Continue reading You got paid for this?
I’m currently reading a book that a friend and former boss recommended. It’s How Good People Make Tough Choices: Resolving the Dilemmas of Ethical Living. Not that I have any particular tough choices to make, but when I asked for a recommendation for a book on moral relativism, he recommended this (which isn’t on moral… Continue reading Untitled
Holy smokes! As I’m writing this, I’m ripping my Doughty CD into MP3 files using my new do-it-all CD/DVD drive. I can’t believe how fast it is! It’s copying the data and compressing to MP3 at about 10x to 15x speed. So I just MP3-ified the entire album in less time than it took to… Continue reading Untitled
Oh, and another thing. I downloaded some software for my DVD burner to allow me to rip movies and chapters of movies. It works great! If I had a ton of free time, I’d make a 404 Not Found music video using still photos, animation, hand drawings, and clips from movies. But I don’t have… Continue reading Untitled
I just finished voting. This year, I did an absentee voter ballot for the first time ever. Hurray! Now on to the rest of my Sunday morning chores. I’m going to try to get them all done so I can watch the Broncos game a little while before band practice at 1:00.
Denver Radio Sucks – it’s true!
Here is an interesting article on how the “Black Mesa Trust” agrees with Arizona Senator Jon Kyl, who wants to see a pipeline built from the Grand Canyon to the Black Mesa coal mine’s coal slurry pipeline that feeds the Mojave Generating Station. Personally, I’m torn. On the one hand, building a $100 million pipeline… Continue reading Untitled
What countries besides the United States have sent astronauts to the moon? – Here’s an interesting Q&A! This Ask Yahoo! feature is a good one. I have it on my main Yahoo! front page.