A big part of my job is working with these third party business software packages. They call them ERPs: Enterprise Resource Planning applications. They’re basically Quicken on steroids, allowing you not only to Balance Your Budget but also Track your … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2008
10. Kingdom of Heaven, by Ridley Scott 9. Freakangels Vol. 1 ends, by Warren Ellis & Paul Duffield 8. My New Twitter Obsession, via the iPhone 7. U.S. Women’s Beach Volleyball Gold, courtesy Misty May-Treanor & Kerri Walsh 6. Don’t … Continue reading
Ok, so maybe the banner image is about four times too large in technical, web design terms, but I haven’t laughed at one as much as this in a really long time.
I love debate, and so I hate debating. In theory, the idea of debate is beautiful. Fencing for people who are weak, uncoordinated pansies. Carefully dancing around defenses, looking for openings. Occasionally goading your opponent into making a poorly considered … Continue reading
I cannot hope to match this statement, not even with all my words from earlier today.
It’s a terrible thing to waste your time in this life, yet we are all programmed at the deepest of levels to live as if we are immortal. We do this, I’m sure, because the prospect of death is too … Continue reading
I love This American Life a whole awful lot. I’m not even a big radio show freak, but from the first moment I listed to it almost 10 years ago I knew it was something special. At that point, I … Continue reading
I look at what search terms got people to my site and I see something like: cat hair mustache
So on Saturday I get to my computer and there’s an iChat window up from someone named ColdTrout. It says one thing: “hi”. Thinking it’s one of my friends who’s just changed their screen name, I respond with a “hi” … Continue reading
There’s some seriously annoying bug in Apple’s iPhone Crash Reporter Tool. It crashes. Seriously. Every time I plug my iPhone in . It isn’t doing anything bad, thankfully, but seriously. I’d be angry if the error wasn’t the best error … Continue reading