How expensive things can cost less. I bought my laptop in 2010. Before this computer, I’ve never owned a laptop that lasted more than 2 years. I’ve also never owned a
The difference between good and great pianists Good pianists focus on telling stories. Great pianists focus on how their audience hears their stories. Good pianists play for themselves. Great pianists play for others.
Dogs don’t really remember things. You can train them to do things. But, it’s more like training them to develop a habit, like pulling our hands back when we touch something
I love the dog park. Sure, it smells a little funny, and you have to be wary of you step. But the happiness radiating from the dogs is contagious. The dog park brings
Yes… that is my phone. 2048! Over the past few weeks, a game called 2048 has hit the scene. In a short time, there’s been many spin offs and variations of the
A few weeks ago, two articles in 3d printing caught my eye. Both writers talked about how they wish their 3d printer was better. Upon closer read, I realized that a lot of
I am old enough to notice the past repeating itself. When I was younger, I remember some old guy told me that fashion was cyclical. The same styles come back, fade out, and
MOOCs (massive open online courses are gaining popularity, but do they disrupt education by opening up lectures? I don’t think so. Education, especially college education, is so much more than just lectures.
I was reading an article yesterday about a customer who yelled at this cashier. This cashier had Aspergers and the customer thought he moved too slow. The writer clearly thought the customer behaved
“Long time ago, there were a whole lot of cities in Spira. Big cities with machina -machines- to run ‘em. People played all day and let the machina do the work” — Wakka, Final
When I was a freshmen in college, I enrolled in a writing intensive humanities program. We were assigned a paper (almost) every week. When my drafts were poor, my professor would recommend the