Each day I ride my bike I’m putting my body (and maybe my life) in the hands of strangers driving 2-ton vehicles. It’s an odd feeling to be in such a vulnerable position. When I began riding to work last year I was scared of traffic for the first couple of weeks. I stayed as … Continue reading Back on my Bike
I found this PBS documentary on how the US uses drones fascinating. A few of the highlights: 1. The US military is currently training more remote drone pilots than actual fighter pilots. 2. The man who created the Predator never meant for it to be armed. 3. Former fighter pilots make poor drone pilots. 4. … Continue reading Rise of the Drones
About ten days ago the Wall Street Journal reported that “people familiar with the situation” said that Apple cut iPhone 5 component orders in half. According to their anonymous source, demand for Apple’s flagship phone “haven’t been as strong as anticipated”. Luckily we now have Apple’s Q4 financials along with those from AT&T and Verizon … Continue reading Fact Checking the WSJ
Sasha to her father after being sworn in as the 44th President of the United State of America. Awesome picture. Awesome family.
It took me a moment to realize something was wrong. I parked our car in the garage, unfastened the straps that were holding our 2-year old daughter in her car seat and stepped inside our home. I assumed she’d follow me as she had before. We’d returned home from church, and were hungry and tired … Continue reading Put Into Words
Kim has been begging me to purchase a better camera than what she currently uses which is the camera on her iPhone 4. When I read online that Walmart was selling the iPhone 5 for $127, I decided the time had come. I wasn’t sure if Walmart had phones in stock or if they were … Continue reading I Bought an iPhone 5 at Walmart
The song is legendary, and Heart is spectacular. But the best part of this video is seeing the joy on the faces of John Paul Jones, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page.