Posted on October 24th, 2012
Last week I finished reading “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” by Phillip K Dick. A long overdue read as Bladerunner, the 1982 Ridley Scott film adapted from the book, has been one of my favorite films since I can recall seeing it.
I must admit, part of my motivation for going back to read the short novel was the rumor that R.Scott is planning and writing stage of a sequel to the original BladeRunner. It was my hope to get glean some kind of character, theme, or loose end that might give a clue as to what could drive a sequel. To be honest, I’m not sure I could really extract much in way of loose tendrils of plot line (more…)
Posted on October 19th, 2012
My first recipe post is both super yum and stupid simple. I’ve been eating this after my bike rides and I can’t tell you how refreshing it is. Though we are quite past the season for watermelon, you can still find them if your in the south.
1 part Authentic Greek Feta
1 part Watermelon
In this case everything came from Trader Joe’s.
Don’t even think about using that dried feta crap for this. Only the real deal will do.
I’ve been meaning to add mint to this as I keep getting the feeling that there is some secret ingredient that would send this, already delicious dish, through the taste bud roof. Leave a comment if you have ideas on expanding this dish.
Posted on October 18th, 2012
I’ve uploaded a few of my home grown Nord G2 patches. You can find them on the downloads page here.
Posted on October 16th, 2012
One need not visit the Library of Congress nor the cave paintings of Chauvet to realize we humans are content secreting creatures. We are well past the cusp of the information age and the window into the human imagination has blown open in pixelated, retina burning glow.
In the wee distant age of the 90s, the interwebs were still in a state of free frontier. The plots had not been subdivided. The horses of individual creativity remained un-corralled. In many ways, this was most exemplified by ‘Vanity Sites’; those lone outpost of personal journals and meandering diaries that were the evolutionary ancestor to the blog.
It has often seemed to me, the whole term “Vanity Site” has been tacked on to these early pioneering sites as corporate spin. In many ways they were way less vain and narcissistic than what passes on the endless (more…)