Monthly Archives: December 2002

Sony Ericsson T68i

I purchased the Sony Ericsson T68i for myself for Christmas (because after rebate it’s only $25 bucks!). I’ve been playing with it for the past couple days here in Mammoth while on vacation and so far I’m pretty impressed. I’d … Continue reading

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Prey

Got in bed at 10:30pm last night and read Prey from start to finish… it was one of those books you just can’t put down until you’re done. Michael Crichton had to do research on genetics, nanotechnology, distributed intelligence and … Continue reading

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more books…

Currently in Mammoth hanging at my parents house where we’re in the midst of a[nother] snowstorm. This one could dump as much as 2 feet! So far I’ve finished 3 books on this trip: Bots: The Origin of New Species … Continue reading

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on vacation

Got into LAX ok, relaxed in the spa last night at Courtyard Marriott, had dinner at Maggianos and just finished Bots: The Origin of New Species by Andrew Leonard. Vacation rules.

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Del Taco rules

Going back to Cali… Cali. Flight to Charlotte. Flight to LAX. I can taste Del Taco already.

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Software Development Tools

I’m guessing that in every trade or craft, the ‘craftsmen’ delight in sharing (or not sharing!) their favorite tools, the objects that make their day. For cooks, maybe it’s a special pot or pan; for writers, maybe it’s a special … Continue reading

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Books I’d like to read

Books I’d like to read: The Goal by Eliyahu M. Goldratt Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture by Martin Fowler

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Portland Patterns Repository

Scott has some well written notes on ASP and .NET, particularly interesting was a post on patterns, including a link to the Portland Patterns Repository.

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Partners Site

Proud to say that A Woman’s Concern (where my wife works) now has a site for people that want to learn about and support their ministry. They’re still entering all their content and creating their pages using the web-based content … Continue reading

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Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid

more from “Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid“: information-revealers — devices like a record or CD player which can pull information out of an information-bearer information-bearer — a device that holds information… Those words aren’t very exciting until you … Continue reading

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