February 7 2005


Tomorrow is D-Day for my new company. One of my two partners is going to a meeting that will determine the final fate of our first license. We have sunk a lot of time, love and money into devoloping these first products, and hopefully they will give the thumbs-up to everything. Talk about nerve racking… read more

Ah, my faith in humanity is restored! According to this news story, if you DARE do something kind for your neighbors, like say bake them cookies, you can be rewarded with a lawsuit! YES! At last, something to deter those damned random acts of kindness that terroirzes the country! Ok folks, look, 10:30 PM was… read more

Maybe it’s just me, and it probably is, but The Apprentice 3 is keeping me riveted far more than the previous two seasons. The Book Smarts Vs. Street Smarts aspect of course is dear to my heart, but just in general, this is a fascinating colelction of…well…morons. This weeks episode featured a first, a candidate… read more

I just got invited to beta test voice mail with Skype. This is truly exciting because with this, the addition of being able to recieve SMS messages, and the possability that they will be adding incoming calls from land lines…wowzers. Now we just have to fear the fact that congress is considering taxing all internet… read more


February 3 2005

So cool!

Wow, this is exciting. Apparently all of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein’s notes from their Watergate stories are going on display to the public for the first time to the public. (sans the identity of Deep Throat of course) As some of you know, I did spend some time as a magazine writer. Now mind… read more

Ok, it’s official…my town is full of idiots. We are in desperate need of employment as we just lost a facotry with 250 jobs. An off-shore technology firm wanted to come to town if we would give them $200,000 in incentives. This would have created 70 jobs and occupied one of our many empty buildings.… read more


February 1 2005

Sleepy Time

Still being sick (which is getting really old, really fast) has made me contemplate the nature of sleep. defines sleep as: A natural periodic state of rest for the mind and body, in which the eyes usually close and consciousness is completely or partially lost, so that there is a decrease in bodily movement… read more


January 31 2005

*sniff* *cough* UGH!

Ever spent money on something and instantly regretted it? And there is no way to get a refund. Yep…love those instances. Oh…and my cold is even worse!… read more

I almost forgot to mention this. Last week when I talked about the first episode of The Apprentice 3, I mentioned specifically the loud Street Smart member Brian. Well, big suprise, he got himself made into Project Manager for this weeks project and promptly demonstrated he had NO smarts and got himself fired. The task… read more


January 29 2005


My employees went to Austin, and all they brought me back was this lousy cold!… read more

Science & Technology

January 28 2005


Oh my goodness….I nearly had a heart attack today. My inner geek came screaming to the forefront when I read about . Ain’t she purty? Let us stare at some of her nifty features! # Easily manage your entire home network from one integrated web-based toolbox # Network all your computers together (Net-Box? is Windows,… read more

There was a reason I went back and did a review of Halo 2 the other day. I felt if I was going to talk about the online community in online gaming, I should first talk about one of the online games this world of players occurs in. So in short? WOW! He connected two… read more