There was a draft of this post that had been waiting to be published on this blog for over four and a half months ago. It’s time to post it and provide a four-month update. “I’m still waiting for my WayTools TextBlade multi-touch keyboard that I ordered back in January, 2015. The company said that … Continue reading Cancelling my WayTools TextBlade Order
It may come as a surprise to some, but I can be unusually resistant to certain kinds of changes. For the longest time, I have used and recommended GoDaddy for domain registration services. When it first appeared on the scene, GoDaddy was a viable and affordable alternative to Network Solutions. Over the years, I’ve found … Continue reading Bye Bye GoDaddy, Hello Hover: An Ode to a Dead Elephant
Update November 23, 2010: Updating the MiFi to firmware 7.3.11 appears to resolve these problems for me. The updater is currently available only for PCs, so Mac users will need to borrow a friend’s computer or use Fusion or Parallels to install the firmware onto their MiFi. Daniel Odio has additional details on his blog. … Continue reading Can You Connect To The Internet Now? Verizon, iPad and the MiFi
Update November 23, 2010: Updating the MiFi to firmware 7.3.11 appears to resolve these problems for me. The updater is currently available only for PCs, so Mac users will need to borrow a friend’s computer or use Fusion or Parallels to install the firmware onto their MiFi. Daniel Odio has additional details on his blog. … Continue reading Verizon MiFi Disconnects Constantly in WiFi Mode
What a horrible officiating today during the Chargers-Broncos game in Denver. A fumble that shouldn’t have been a fumble in the first quarter. A fumble that was inadvertently ruled an incompletion gave Broncos the life they needed to win the game. Ed Hoculi; I used to think you were a good red, but today, you … Continue reading Chargers win 38-24. Refs Rule Otherwise. Broncos Win 39-38
This photo really pissed me off when I saw it this morning after waking up in Providence, Rhode Island. An American drunk driver, apparently asleep at the wheel, plowed into several cyclists during a race in Mexico, killing one and injuring the others. The photo is absolutely terrible, but this is the reality when cars … Continue reading Bike Safety – Accident in Mexico
I’m doing some last-minute shopping for items at Westfield Valley Fair today. I arrive around 3:00 pm and return to my car at 4:35 pm. As I’m walking to my car, something just didn’t look right. The car and wheels looked darker than normal. As I got closer and confirm that it was indeed my … Continue reading My Hubcaps Were Stolen!
It’s been over a week with my new Apple Wireless Keyboard, and the experience up until now has been a mixed bag. First off, the positives. The design of the keyboard is remarkable; I love how it’s so thin and small. Since I have three monitors — two hooked up to my tower and the … Continue reading Apple Wireless Keyboard Review and the Big Control Key
From the AntiWar blog, an interview with Dick Cheney from 1994 talking about why Bush I government did not invade Iraq during Gulf War I. I’ve emphasized certain sections in bold below: Q: Do you think the U.S., or U.N. forces, should have moved into Baghdad? A: No. Q: Why not? A: Because if we’d … Continue reading Cheney vs. Cheney
Bush’s I’m Above the Law field. What more can this guy do to make himself more unpopular? Wait, I really don’t want to hear the answer to that question.