Reflecting on my experiences and observations as a Chromebook user over the past year.
Do you prefer using an RSS reader to follow blogs? I've got a feed for you.
If you're curious, I've complied some high-level blog statistics.
I hope you find at least one helpful (and enjoyable) article.
This is one way to overcome the limitations of Automator's 'Scale Images' action to resize images to a target width.
This markdown-capable blogging platform is breathing new life into archived content from platforms and sites I've used in the past.
This is an old poem that's surprisingly relevant to life as we know it today.
It's amazing how much video game technology has changed in my lifetime.
Apple's latest batch of iPads offer signs of continued support for my aging accessories.
My initial observations and experiments with using a Chromebook in lieu of a conventional laptop.
It's time to add some fresh content to this long-neglected website.
Friendliest (elusive) red panda I've ever met.
One of my favorite photos from atop Mount Afton.
My first published photo, courtesy of the Princeton Photography Club.
It's good to see some new competitors challenging the MMO institution that is WoW.
The beauty of freshly fallen rain on a May flower.
A token from my first photographs with a DSLR.
I find myself really enjoying Cataclysm now that the dust is starting to settle.
Feeling nostalgic with the latest iteration of StarCraft.
Have I mentioned how much I hate moving stuff?
It's kinda nifty having four fantastic WoW characters.
Learning to lead in a virtual world.
It's not unusual to like old things is it? Or is it...
Leaving Aion, returning to WoW, and guild drama galore!
Who knew making infine loops with portals through space could be so much fun?
Some thoughts on David Allen's notions of the game of work and business of life.
Games are made mostly for Windows, not Apples, silly.
A game where angels run around beat up the bad guys? Sure, why not.