NEW SITE: www.myLifePlay.com

As most of you already know, I’m a web developer. Web developers are the people responsible for implimenting the designs of web designers, and hooking them to their “back-ends” (databases, servers, etc.). Earlier this week I launched www.myLifePlay.com, the latest site to be added to my portfolio. myLifePlay, a Performance Read more…

How to Buy a Computer

Many of you know that I used to build and sell computers while working for a former employer. The question “How do I Buy a Computer” was often asked of me (I even re-wrote much of my former employers “Computer Buying Guide”). And although this Video isn’t the way you Read more…

Don't Buy CRAP

ZDNet published a video pointing out the shortcomings of Digital Rights Management (DRM). Instead of accepting the total control demanded by the MPAA and RIAA, ZDNet chief editor David Berlind proposes a new acronym: CRAP. Standing for Content, Restriction, Annulment and Protection. Berlind details the problems with different content providers Read more…

Of Goats and Milk

I was reading the blog of a friend-of-a-friend (again) and came across an entry about goat milk. I’ve got a thing for soaps — no, not the kind that you’ll find at most grocery stores, but more “back to basics” soaps. These days we use a lot of detergent compared Read more…

Autistic Teen Scores Big in Basketball

My son has Asperger’s Syndrome, a learning and behavioral disorder that is often mis-categorized as “a form of mild autism.” Luckily my son is very high functioning compared to most others with Asperger’s. I’m always interested in reading stories about other children with disorders similar to that which my son Read more…