Archive for the 'geek' Category

The first random 10.

Thursday, May 3rd, 2007

I am of course waiting for it to explode in my ears or catch fire or whatnot, but I finally gave in. Stupid new music technology. Horribly cute little practical thing. I own an iPod. R. would be so displeased. So far all I can manage to hate are the default headphones. Dammit.
And, of […]

Three notes, briefly.

Saturday, January 6th, 2007

If I thought I had no time for blogging before…
(a) Writing an epic. Finally found the beginning I’ve sought, and it’s going well. Book one is well underway. It involves a creation story, an ageless race of gods, a brand spanking new solar system, and some Shakespearean sonnets thrown in for good measure. […]

Return of the illustrations

Wednesday, September 13th, 2006

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An impulsive but mostly practical purchase–between the need to record home improvements, the wish to document Door’s infancy, and the desire to photograph stuff for work and pleasure more cheaply, it was time to make a camera purchase. I didn’t have a lot of spare cash, so I did some research […]

A hedgehog and a fox walk into a bar…

Monday, May 29th, 2006

Went over to Robust and R.’s place for a typical Saturday evening of good food, good friends, and a little geeky action. We got our grill on: C. made ribs and they were fucking amazing. Then we got our game on–the previously mentioned Vampire game where we are all mortals (i.e., food). We ended a […]

This post is special.

Sunday, March 12th, 2006

And why is it so special, you ask?
Because I’m making it from my back porch.
Stopped by Best Buy to pick up a wireless mouse for fat-bob, and saw the add-on wireless access point for under $80. With a wired network in place, I didn’t want to re-buy everything, but had more than a couple places […]

Geekery in the house of geekery

Thursday, February 23rd, 2006

It’s been a week simply bursting with technology.
So, where I work, there is lots of geekery. And in the course of the half-dozen years or so I’ve been there, I’ve always had a couple of different machines, much like home. Though at work they’re actually separate boxes. One running Linux®, where I do […]