Archive for November 2012

Holy [%s] that’s funny.

I encountered this error when visiting JPMorgan Chase & Co. Bank’s  site today: 500: Server Error [%s] You know a web site is broken when it encounters an error trying to deliver an error message. It doesn’t give me much confidence that I trust these folks with my  money.

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Internet on the train…

Why is the internet connectionon the teain so spotty? I want to play Words With Friends, but things are way too slow. Some nights it’s super fast, but today the turtles are in charge and I am writing this instead. Of course it won’t post from the train and will be queued for later posting.…

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Confused in the head

I own a lot of hats. Some are fun. Some are serious. Some are Winter hats. Some are Summer hats. If I wear one hat at a time, which is the appropriate maximum number of hats to wear around these parts, that leaves approximately 96% of my hats unworn at any given time. With that…

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If you don’t know your purpose, discover it, now…

If you don’t know your purpose, discover it, now. The core of your life is your purpose. Everything in your life, from your diet to your career, must be aligned with your purpose if you are to act with coherence and integrity in the world. If you know your purpose, your deepest desire, then the…

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Updated site theme

One of the perks of working where I do is that I get to use the really great FavePersonal WordPress theme. And one of the perks of being a programmer is that I can customize stuff like this. So I did. What is now on this site is the result of a few hours of…

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Birthday party: 12/29/2012

For my birthday, we are going to Willie G’s Seafood & Steaks and you are invited to join us. Anyone who wants to come is welcome, but please RSVP by 12/10/2012 and let us know how many are coming in your party so that we can make the appropriate reservation. Time & Date 5:30 PM,…

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New Keyboard – gotta do it in person

As someone who sits in front of a computer for roughly ten hours a day, the way I physically interface with that computer is very important. Keyboard are a major part of that, and I have always been pretty pick about mine. For at least the last decade, I have used some version of Microsoft’s…

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