I spent last weekend at my friend’s ranch in Ranger, TX. For the most part, we just sat around under the awning, laughing at the antics of the guineas as they wandered around looking for grasshoppers and other delicacies. And, of course, I did a bit of carving.
First was this little basswood bear that . . . → Read More: Ranch carvings
I’ve been programming computers for a long time. Getting paid to write computer programs, even, which I thought was pretty darned funny when I first started. People were paying me to do something that I loved. But I digress.
After 30 years, you’d think that I would have learned that there’s no such thing as . . . → Read More: A small change?
Today you can buy a one-terabyte Seagate drive online for $80, shipping included. That works out to about 8 cents per gigabyte. In August of 2003, I paid 80 bucks for a 120 GB drive: about 67 cents per gigabyte. If you adjust for inflation, I got eight times as much storage for about $10 . . . → Read More: Disk space is (almost) free
Checking Facebook tonight, I got a notification that I had hidden some applications from my news feed. Thank you very much, Facebook, but I didn’t need reminding.
So I canceled the notification and clicked on something else. It reminded me again. Okay, so I added those applications back to my feed. Won’t let a little . . . → Read More: Facebook is broke!