Notes (December 13, 2002, 0) - Heavy traffic on the way home. Much work still to be done, but at least my Linuxchallenge stuff sorta works.
I don’t know about my core subjects this semester. I really have to learn how to write focused papers. I think I will redo my theology papers until I get them right.
One of my
Just realized something really cool! (June 6, 2006, 0) - I just had to wake up from a terrific dream and blog this. =) And yes,
it’s common sense to all of you, and I _know_ I know this, but
sometimes it takes a lucid dream to, well, be lucid – to see clearly.
Life is what I make of it. Duh.
I’ve been dragging my feet the past
Happy monthsary to me! (March 21, 2012, 11) -
One month ago, I submitted the paperwork for my very own company. I talked to mentors, set up my accounts and records, found a client, and started doing consulting. I drew some book notes and presentation summaries, too. =) So far, so wonderful!
I went to the Rails Pub Nite on Monday. The events are good
Congrats to Hrbs and Krisette! (June 25, 2006, 0) - Congratulations to Hrbs and Krisette on their nuptials. =) My friends
have been telling me all about it, including how my dad totally rigged
the garter thing to set up poor Kel, and how my mom was joking around…
I love how my friends get along with my folks! And I love how my
friends are just such characters!
“What Is Google’s Secret Weapon? An Army of Ph.D.’s” (June 8, 2004, 0) -
Google, the next challenger to Microsoft’s dominance in personal
computing, may have an advantage in that its entire culture is
infused with research lust: The company famously hires Ph.D.’s and
encourages them to pursue independent projects alongside their
everyday work at the company. Though …
w00t. Cool company.
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