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Archive for March, 2011

Measuring Stimp with AimPoint

P.S. I felt like I'd cheated in my AimPoint training because I'd seen this video already. 😉 - all you need to know about "green reading"? I'll know soon. 🙂

Analyzr is an application for Mac OS X. Not a day goes by, however, when five or six people don't ask whether the app is an iPad app. It's not at all confusing to me, of course, but a lot of people think that the iPhone runs the iPhone OS, and the iPad and all […]

For a limited time (unless we decide otherwise :D), Cyndicate is only $9.95, either from our own web store or in the Mac App Store. Version 2.0 speeds things up really nicely, and for my money, Cyndicate is still far and away the best Syndicated News Reader available.

Check it out here.

You’re Gonna Look Like a Dork

Johnny Miller on "bracing" with your right hip, leg, knee.

Futurama as an NES Game

Here you go. Cyndicate 2.0 is now available in the Mac App Store. This update is pretty slick… details to come.

This sign hangs in our local Smokey Bones restaurant. I think it's rude. It's condescending and, well, rude. The same night, the waitress forgot to put Carey's order in. I was halfway done with my meal before she got her Buffalo chicken fingers. Now, obviously she wasn't going to flip out over something like this, […]

So, the elliptical we just got broke already. When we turned it on, the user selection screen would scroll rapidly between "USER 1" "USER 2" and "GUEST". Pushing virtually any button would stop the switching as long as it occurred, but when you let up they'd cycle through again. Every button except one - pushing […]

You Go, Penguin!

As we obtain knowledge as a culture ((I don't know that we're getting "more intelligent" but we're certainly getting more knowledgeable.)), are we seeing a decrease or an increase in the number of people who are "religious"? Are the two related? Or is a change in the "religiousness" of the world unrelated to an increase […]

"Truth is a defense for libel, not for graciousness." - Unattributed I'm admittedly blunt and direct when it comes to things, but I'm softening - learning to be more gracious (("More gracious" is simply moving towards graciousness. Quite honestly I'm not sure I'll ever get there.)) with each passing year. It's tough, and I still […]

Feynman Quote

I like this quote and think it applies to people in other areas as well, including athletes. There are two kinds of geniuses: the 'ordinary' and the 'magicians'. An ordinary genius is a fellow whom you and I would be just as good as, if we were only many times better. There is no mystery […]