Posts tagged with "thoughts".
As part of the aforementioned thinking and subsequent effort to put together a short presentation on the use of technology (things such as GPS-enabled watches or iPod-powered pedometers) in running training programs, I thought I would translate some of that thinking and those ideas into the context of a blog post. It might be interesting for anyone who eventually reads this blog. And I am going to list a few reasons — none of them telling the time — why one might want to use what I use every single time I run: a Garmin Forerunner 305 GPS training watch.read the full post ⇒
A few multiples of months back we were discussing literature and Martin mentioned an intriguing book. As such, Haroun And The Sea Of Stories by Salman Rushdie has been in my collection since Christmas — but it has just recently climbed to …read the full post ⇒
I retreated to the safety of the bookstore last night, and plugged through the aisles with some abandon, it would seem. Usually I just like to walk there, pick through books I would never buy, open them to some random insight …read the full post ⇒
There’s something about the future of things. The clouds are blowing across the Western sky tonight. A cool breeze is pushing their chill into the city and there is a scent of rain.
I’ve been adrift on the future, as of …
I think part of this issue is around defining who I am. It’s a development thing. A blogging-maturity. What is the point of doing something if it has no point?
I’d like to think there is something more to this …
I had not expected to do so this soon, but I opened up the first book of the Requiem for Homo Sapiens the other day, turned to page one, and started reading. I had originally expected to let it dwell for …read the full post ⇒
My calendar says, “one doesn’t discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore.” It’s one of those spoof-able freebies that were handed out in stacks to our………..cavorting through the countryside driving to the remotest regions of the province to……bits …read the full post ⇒
We control information in a variety of ways. Blogs are the medium of a generation of disillusioned corprocrats. Thoughts are encapsulated in modular nodes that cohese to form a wandering opinion in the guise of a personal narrative. Understanding the medium …read the full post ⇒
I spent my lunch pretending I am a lawyer.
Well, sort of.
A bunch of things about websites, blogs, privacy, and all that fun stuff got me thinking: You know? I’m putting myself out there everyday, sticking my neck out just a …