I struggled with April’s song of the month, “Gifted,” which appears on the album Spirit of Apollo by N.A.S.A. N.A.S.A (North America / South America) is a project of Sam Spiegel aka Squeak E. Clean and Brazilian DJ Zego spent five years assembling a gang of artists spilling across genres. Performers on this record include: George… Continue reading April 2009 Song of the Month: N.A.S.A – Gifted
Despite my passions for software, live music and clean technology, which I regularly blog about here, I’m privately a civic minded person. This post serves as a record of the effort I’ve put in for Senator Barack Obama and concludes with an endorsement of the man as our next President of the United States. The… Continue reading My Journey With Barack Obama
The modern software development process is sort of out in the open. Any sizeable project like a new version of Microsoft Office or Adobe Photoshop is discussed widely in technology forums and blogs. Although beta testers generally sign NDAs with companies, details or full copies of beta software leaks regularly. Google’s Android OS is not… Continue reading The History of the Video Game Development Process
Walt Disney has become the first Hollywood studio to take smoking out of all of its films. I didn’t notice any smokers in Ratatouille, and I couldn’t see them in a new traditional film from Disney either. But the FT article goes on to state that Bob Iger’s position is that “the company would also… Continue reading Disney Takes A Stronger Position on Health
I have been ordained as a minister! Yes! I now am qualified for the following: Perform Baptisms Performing Weddings Performing and Speaking at Funerals Visiting the sick Counseling Establishing New Congregations Ordaining others I have already done items two, three, four and five–which leaves baptisms, creating a congregation and ordaining my own clergymen and women.… Continue reading Ordained!
‘ve had some pretty awesome New Years Eve’s. Last year I was with close friends at a great house party, the year before we were at Kells. This year we decided to try out Pioneer Courthouse Square–big mistake! It sucked.
A few hundred Santas take to the streets of Portland