I don’t talk much about martial arts publicly for a number of reasons but it’s been a very important part of my life. Without question they have shaped who I am today, and helped me work through personal issues in
Why are we so sure we know, and why do we care what everyone else thinks of us? I’ve been noticing this come up again and again recently. It’s entirely possible it’s been a common topic before I noticed
[ Tara and I are currently in Boulder, CO at Sparkfun. This is the first post looking at what we’re working on.] PROTOTYPE PROPOSAL We’ve been thinking about personal drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) a lot recently. Both in
So I’ll start this off by noting that Brunch Of The Dead is currently FREE in the Amazon Kindle store and will be all week, after this week the price skyrockets to $2.99. Now that that is out of the
Why using encryption is seen as suspicious — the difference between privacy and secrecy. (Originally posted on Medium) Not long ago I discussed some of the steps I was taking to ensure some privacy online and since then have had quite a few conversations
[Originally published on Medium] If you create it, there’s someone who will like it. As citizens of the internet, we all know about The Rules, most referenced of course is Rule 34: If you can think of it, there is porn of it.
Earlier today I mentioned that there’s never been something I’m so equally attracted to and horrified of in my entire life – as writing. I’ve done it and not done it all my life and I’ve written about doing it
(crossposted on Medium) A conversation on twitter last night reminded me of a list I’d seen compiled many years ago of the first 140 people to sign up for Twitter – known as twttr at that point. The site where