I’ve been listening to two stellar podcasts lately: Planetary Radio and Are We Alone? Each time I listen to these shows, the scientist inside of me is rekindled, and I feel like society is taking a turn for the better because of the science happening on this planet and elsewhere in the universe.
After listening to Planetary Radio, I got to thinking (dangerous, I know) about what I am doing, and how it’s far from changing the world. I write this blog, work part-time as a web developer and write fiction in my spare time. Aside from being a father and a husband, is there anything that makes an impact on other people?
So here is the question: do you need to change the world in order to make a difference and stay happy?
I’ve been toying with the idea of a new layout for this blog for quite some time. I’ve made a mock-up, and I want to know what everyone thinks of it.
This is Part 2 of “The Fear of Using Windows.” Please read Part 1 if you have not already.
There is a lot more to owning and maintaining a PC than just picking one up from the store and plugging it into the wall. I think the overall lifetime cost of a PC should be considered when purchasing new hardware. Continue reading
I’ve harped heavily here before about how Windows doesn’t work well for people who are just starting out with computers. I’d like to go into a bit more detail about thoughts I’ve had recently and give a little background to what I’m talking about.
We have a fairly busy day ahead of us today:
- Weight Watchers
- Going to the bank to change accounts
- AppFest ’08
- Benjamin’s Nap
While by far not the busiest day we have ever undertaken, I know I’ll be quite a bit tired, especially the lousy way I’ve been feeling lately. Just some thoughts to offer up.