Writing Pains

Today I found the latest local Mensa newsletter in my email box. While there were a lot of items of interest the one thing that caught my attention was mention of one of the area Mensans' first novel. Though the novel itself is not the subject of this po more »

The Undo Age

The age in which we live is often described by what we are predominately doing at the time. For example there was the Industrial age of the previous century the Space Age that is continuing into the 21st century and now we are in the Computer Age. more »

Internet Rehash

The computer monitor was mysteriously on when I entered the room. The screensaver wasn't working and the screen didn't have the friendly XP logon screen. Instead it had a blue screen (BSOD) with a message about IPVNMON.SYS and a page fault in a non page more »

Monday Analysis

I'm beginning to see the problem with Mondays. It's not just the return to work that is that bad. It is a conflict of personalities on a day when they are at their most extreme opposites. On the one side there are the people who have enjoyed their weeken more »

The Dying Internet

The Internet is dying. Though it has been around for less than 10 years and covers the globe the internet is now beginning to suffer a long painful death. There are various cancers being spread through the internet through spam spyware advertising more »

The Big Picture

As I view some of the photos from Katrina, and think of the many people who have lost it all, my heart goes out to them. There are many efforts under way to help the survivors in New Orleans, but I won’t go into that. Katrina is so huge, I haven’t… more »

The SOLOPEC

I found an interesting-slash-entertaining site today. Actually it wasn?ÇÖt today it was in a timewarp that came out in 2056 or so. The news item on theonion.com predicted grave circumstances due to the shortage of s more »