Dr. Who – The End of Time FInale – life, health and other personal musings

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

I’ll go ahead and warn you this is a very non-technical oriented post – just some musings about science fiction – life, health and a few other things including this site and my computer work. The Doctor Who series is premiering the finale of The End of Time tonight and I’m greatly anticipating that although [...]

H1N1 Flu Symptoms Log | Swine Flu diary

Sunday, October 25th, 2009

I wish this were a computer related post. Then I could give instructions, a removal tool suggestion and all would be better, but this is health related. For the last week and a little bit our household has been dealing with the current H1N1 outbreak on a very personal level. Friday October 23rd my wife [...]

Upcoming “thought” dump

Friday, December 7th, 2007

As you can tell, it’s been a little while since a post here. Partly due to health/partly due to being busy. I wanted to note a few upcoming posts are coming to round up a couple trains of thought that I’ve still got running (due in part to the open browser tabs that I just [...]

Keep in shape while playing video games

Sunday, November 27th, 2005

Couldn’t pass this engadget entry up. It’s a treadmill for first-person shooter games. The idea is that the characters walking/running speed is controlled by the speed of the player walking on the treadmill. Some of the FPS I’ve seen take hours to get through all the levels, or to get “fluent” in. I would think [...]

Firefox market share still growing

Monday, November 7th, 2005

This should have made it into the last update, but…. it didn’t. According to onestat.com and reported at desktoplinux.com the firefox browser is continuing to make market share gains. Now it stands at around 11% market share worldwide and 14% in the US.    Send article as PDF   

Okay – this one is definitely strange…

Monday, August 15th, 2005

From the strange category…. The register is running a story about scientists that have developed a battery running on human urine (when you think about how batteries are made this does make some sense.)    Send article as PDF   

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