One of the authors I follow (John Scalzi) has a great post on his blog this morning. I encourage you to go visit his page – the comments are often as entertaining as the posts. (John often replies to the comments, so it is fun to follow an authors thoughts and comments through those as… Read More »
Here is the second part of “The Warcraft Retrospective: A Call to Arms.” Once again – for any Warcraft fan it is worth sitting though. Taking a break from WoW myself at the moment, but I love these history vids.
Well I missed my noon posting yesterday as a result of being out with the start of a cold. Not getting any writing done last night or the night before didn’t help me keep up. However, I am back today so all is well. Well I think it is time for a followup on my… Read More »
For the science geek on a budget, hey even if half your money goes for geeky things, free education is awesome because it saves cash for other geeky things. I got sent this page this morning from Kelly Sonora. Science geeks continually on the lookout for more information can hit the motherload when it comes… Read More »
From LifeHacker – Ashampoo’s Burning Studio. This works like a lot of other burning applications. I like the smooth feel of it. Head over to LifeHacker and check it out!
This is a fun thing… 50,000 words in a single month. I started last year, but dropped the ball fairly quickly and never got back on track. I have high hopes for this year. I have been working on getting started on a writing project with Ede for a while. My thinking is this will… Read More »
I just finally managed to get my hands on this book. I ended up power reading it. Brisingr or The Seven Promises of Eragon Shadeslayer and Saphira Bjartskular is the third book of the Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini, following the books Eragon and Eldest. It was released on September 20, 2008. The title means… Read More »
(Cross post from Jake’s Corner) One of the questions I get from time to time goes a bit like this: “Jake, where do you find this stuff?” That typically is a reference to a blog I linked to, news article, etc. The short answer is – I read. A lot. I use Google Reader to… Read More »
One of the questions I get from time to time goes a bit like this: “Jake, where do you find this stuff?” That typically is a reference to a blog I linked to, news article, etc. The short answer is – I read. A lot. I use Google Reader to subscribe to many different blogs/websites/newspapers/etc. … Read More »
Ok – I got a kick out of this one. A dude is driving a brit car around germany and apparently speeding up past the cams and posing a muppet in the passenger seat. (Which would be the drivers seat to those of us who drive on the right (read correct) side of the road.)… Read More »