In this series of articles, I will highlight along the way several aspects of using the HTC Hero, and some conclusions I’ve made about the Android platform as a whole. Today, I am going to talk about the applications that I use on a daily basis.
I’ve been attempting to change some stuff around here on Worthless Genius, and I came to the conclusion that I need a better tag line. Though the current one does apply pretty well to what I talk about here, I think it’s about time to switch things up, and maybe head in a new direction.
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 recently had a conversation with a close friend about the topic of Intellectual Property, and in the course of the conversation, my ideas were thrown back at me, and I realized that I’ve been looking at the topic in the wrong light.
This event has been spinning through my mind since that day, and I’ve been working toward deciding where I stand with regards to piracy, giving things away for free, and being a creative person for a living. Though there are so many shades of grey in this type of debate, I’d like to share my thoughts in a semi-organized fashion.