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I just lost The Game

I just lost The Game

Monday, January 25th, 2010

It’s easy to lose The Game. In fact, you can lose The Game the very same second you understand exactly how to play it. I did. The Game is everywhere, and some people are so upset by constantly losing, they write angry emails to bloggers detailing how hurt they are over people even posting anything […]

I’m not playing games here… I’m meditating.

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

The last year and a half has been quite stressful for me. Too many projects both personal and professional have overlapped and are slowly sapping my will to live. When I start to feel that old familiar burn-out feeling and productivity starts hitting rock bottom, the one thing I do to get by (aside from […]

The perfect Vegas shirt

Trips are better than gifts for Christmas!

Monday, December 28th, 2009

For Christmas this year, instead of buying presents, Jenny and I took our families to Las Vegas for a few days. We figured a fun trip to a warm place would be better than battling holiday shoppers to buy everyone some gift that would most likely be re-gifted or sit unused 99% of the time. […]

The 2009 Nog-Off Nogs!

Nog-off 2009!

Monday, December 21st, 2009

Yesterday Jenny and I were in the store trying to find “the best” eggnog in the land (or at least in the store). We decided a nog-off was in order, and bought every brand we could find. Of course, we were in a hippy co-op type place so “Dairygold” wasn’t in the running. From left […]

My favorite “Auto-Tune The News” is still #3

Saturday, December 19th, 2009

Sometimes it’s hard to top yourself, you know? My favorite Auto-Tune The News vid is still #3. The Ron Paul segment is great, but I think the Cheney stuff is the best bit which starts at 3:03 and ends with a surprisingly good vocalization that, ironically, isn’t auto-tuned.

Leaked email reveals future of digital storage

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

In the wake of the CRU hack and subsequent email release, I decided to leak one of my own emails that could very well reveal the future of digital storage. Amal, As you know, units of weight and measure are only as effective as their levels of accepted standardization. As such, I have been put […]

My BrandMyBMW stickers get torn up by a carwash!

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

My precious BrandMyBMW stickers have taken a beating at a local car wash!

It's getting crazy at Mind Camp v6.0

It’s getting crazy at Mind Camp v6.0

Sunday, November 22nd, 2009

This year’s Mind Camp is being held at Synapse… the place seems like a really cool place to work. There was a bunch of junk sitting in a corner, which everyone saw when they came in. During introductions, it was stated that all that junk was “free for the taking”. I was immediately intrigued by […]

Stoked to be going to Seattle Mind Camp v6.0!

Friday, November 20th, 2009

A few years ago I attended the second ever Seattle Mind Camp v2.0, and I have to say I was pretty happy to be in the presence of a lot of interesting, intelligent, local people. There was a lot going on; I gave an impromptu talk on RFID implants, attended several unconference meetings, and even […]

A visual analysis of "choose your own adventure" books

A visual analysis of “choose your own adventure” books

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

It was the early 80s and I was in second grade. I went to a school way out in the sticks called Trafton Elementary, which was a classic early 1900s white box with 4 classrooms (1st grade – 4th grade) and a bell on top to call the kids in from recess. To give you […]

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