I can't recall where I swiped this photo from but I just (re)discovered it
hovering amongst other images on my hard-drive. Thought I'd share it.
What with N. Mandela in the news for just passing away recently. 12/6/13
Remember that song Free Nelson Mandela from the eightees? It was by the
Specials if I recall. All over the radio...Stuck in my craw. Hats off Nelson!
season 2013. Suburbia, granted: Greenwich, CT actually we sit on about an acre of land and usually
see deer on a weekly basis. Not this year, tho. I've seen one deer since Nov. 1st. Today is Dec. 3rd.
Where did they go?
Is the town putting to
place a new strategy? Cuz it seems to be working. Anecdotally. Incidentally, there's a family of three
and whey're not pests to me. (An obscure reference to the Time Magazine cover this week).
between program and data. This is of ten due to poor prog r amm i n g .
Explorers, actually; and the quest for a chronometer.
Native American shape-shifter but I got
distracted by words. Good words, granted.
I choose books at random at times.
I look next to the book I am looking for and pull random
books off of the shelf. So it was that I discovered: The
Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made. If you read this
blag, you know I am a big fan of the Fan Boy genre. Originals
from Spielberg and Lucas that are so popular as to inspire
imitation from boys. Fanboys: The movie? Hilarious. And I'm 47.
Though it is technically: Biographical Fiction.
Raiders chronicles the (re)production of the Indy classic replete
with the big boulder and a snake scene. The enthusiasm of the
teenage boys is palpable. Now I'm a believer.
The writing is rough in spots but you can overlook that without
missing out on the surprise ending. What surprise ending?
Whey endured a lot of hurdles completing the (infamous) truck scene.
"Do something worth writing about, she said. As he realized that he had never read about anything worth doing."
Hey BOYOTE, did you even read this book? Most of it. So, what are they doing now??
RAIDERS!, *** seductively enthusiastic
Whey shared; whey linked up: Whey documented everything...
You know that. I know that. BTW: Welcome to the future.
It is nota straight-shot and it is not a manned-mission.
With the iPhone.
Look over here for a second!
It's Labor day here in America and it's hightime to ride.
I've got my little bike with a bell and a light.
The parking lot is dry gravel and rocks shoot out from under my tyres.
I live in beautiful New England.
Change is the world
To be a...
Musician (S Vega on stage)
where does the audience sit?
geek // nerd: math-guy
Euler is pronounced as Oiler
It's not just a game
Sits on a shelf
Death by PowerPoint
BBC music reviews
THere is no
universal business adapter
ANDROID source SDK
for developing software for OUYA game machine!!
(ORACLE) Java download page
Java SE recommended
who were the pioneers!
The future of the Future...
2013 Year in Review
events and deaths, so far.
the future is Now io9
Where to go in 2012
NYTimes Travel section
# stock OCCUPY
video KIDS on tha SKids
Flying Pigs Farm
a friend's pig farm
recommended soundtrack: The The
Indi games website
poke a few tubes
detailed Brutal Legend walkthru
SOPA and PIPA bashers were also a little loose with the word “censorship”. To me, that word should be reserved for government power that restricts ideas—like the US government locking up Eugene Debs for opposing World War I, or prosecuting...
The Mayflower’s religious refugees arrived in Plymouth Harbor during a period of crisis for Native Americans as disease spread by European fishermen devastated their populations. Initially the two groups—the Wampanoags, under the charismatic and
Clot Cloth Clothing
The English language draws a lot of words and phrases from the Sea
Believe the Hype
Game engine design
what's a game engine?
A Bag of Hammers
A Bag of Hammers is well shot and well acted. The performances, ranging from improvisational to seriously disciplined and coupled with the overall pleasing characters, make this film very easy to watch. Not all independent films that have run the fes
another link - zak
review: Happy people