Carlos brought to my attention his recent exploration of road rash. Oh, Carlos, where can I learn more? Personal experience is often a better teacher than anything else.
@DinoRubble That volleyball match was awesome! 108 consecutive wins… #
@HamWithCam One donut hole? I had four rings, myself. Could have made it an Olympic breakfast if it weren’t for the bowl of cereal first! #
Congrats to a friend of mine. He’s back at work days after his first morotcycle crash. Having trouble moving around … [Read more…]
You may recall that I had written up the Zune Wish List a couple of months after I received mine in December of 2006. I took the time to assess my needs and what the Zune hardware and software could do to meet those needs. It has now been nearly a year since … [Read more…]
I couldn’t find a place to send my Zune wish list, so hopefully the Microsoft product managers are reading my blog…
Alphabet ToC Navigation in addition to click-wheel
Ratings categories (so I can play 4-star or 5-star music only, for instance)
The ability to remove songs from my “quicklist”
Setting EQ attributes to a song or album uniquely
Inline … [Read more…]
Sunday was our big day at DragonCon. It is usually a pretty eventful day for the conference itself, and we were looking forward to the Masquerade later, followed by drumming. Speaking of drumming, it’s 4:00am and we’ve just arrived home from the Hyatt where we beat the night away.
We had a real … [Read more…]
Saturday morning marked two firsts for us. One was that we were in Atlanta for DragonCon early enough to actually see the parade. The second was that we were actually in the parade! Not only that, we were part of the debut of drumming and dancing in the parade’s attendance. We … [Read more…]
Zen mind, Zen crash. This is apparently peace and tranquility for the EXXTREME! That is, of course, unless you find car wrecks into trees to be disettling. At any rate, the workmanship is spectacular and no cars (or trees) were actually hurt in the making of these gems. Crash Bonsai makes … [Read more…]
The picture says it all. Imagine our pretty blue planet encrusted with a garbage belt. Perhaps one day we’ll have rings the size of Saturn’s, though still just garbage. This is the sort of thing, I believe, that will continue to be a major hurdle for commercial space programs. Sure, NASA … [Read more…]