The (daylight savings extended) day started with a sweet Windows 7 error. What could be more wicked fun than a day full of wicked errors? When a computer profile does not load correctly doing any kind of meaningful work becomes problematic. For the most part doing meaningful work at 3:00 AM MST becomes problematic. Joni … Continue reading Notes from 20101107
After a full day of training, I voted. I purchased two tacos, rice, and beans from a local restaurant for dinner. I am done for the day. I do not intend to do anything substantial for at least 12 hours. In other nonrelated news, no shave November seems to be a passing event. Most of … Continue reading Notes for 20101102
My preferred unit of blogging involves developing daily entries. Sometimes a subject of particular interest will inspire a complete standalone weblog entry. Most days involves a series of events that grind forward into the intersection of technology and modernity. In any event, I have decided to begin to reengage in the daily process of producing … Continue reading Weblog Notes for 20101031
Recently, I started to take a visual survey of what types of laptop, notebook, and netbook personal computing devices people are actually using. Today for example, after checking in with airport security the long walk down the terminal causeway provided the perfect opportunity for a visual inspection of computer usage. The results were very interesting. … Continue reading Notes from the San Jose Airport
An early morning trip to the local neighborhood Costco involved acquiring a coupon book for the much anticipated price correction known as Black Friday. The day after the Thanksgiving holiday celebration, consumers converge on retail locations to determine what proprietors are providing the best possible savings. Even with the expanded DirecTV satellite television package the … Continue reading 20091114 Notes
Additional Saturday Notes Some elements of the new Stargate Universe series seem promising. Parts of the show seem recycled from Battlestar Galactica. On a hierarchy of calamity, the movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine rates worse than the original X-Men motion picture effort. Dinner tonight involved a meal from Bird Dog BBQ in Colorado Springs, Colorado.