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8/30/08 / Dell

9:57 PM Pixelpost or WordPress? I’m playing around with two photoblogs right now, trying to decide which one to keep and actually start posting photos to (instead of spending time figuring out how to do it – incidentally, that reminds me of how my earlier years using a computer were spent more in fixing the [...]

Software review: DVD recovery

I have many of my India photos on a slightly damaged DVD.  To help recover them, I got evaluation versions of two programs, BadCopy Pro and CDRoller. The DVD has 4 session on it.  The data I need rescued is in two folders on the fourth track.  After letting each software have their time (over [...]

1/09/08

1:34 PM Song of the moment, I just remembered after not hearing it for a long time: He could’ve tuned in, tuned in But he tuned out A bad time, nothing could save him Alone in a corridor, waiting, locked out He got up outta there, ran for hundreds of miles He made it to [...]

2/28/07 / Tourbillon

8:55 PM I lead a simple life on the exterior. Very simple. Few tasks, few people, few errands and routines. I don’t envy you your complications, because mine are much more perverse, involved, intricate, and moving. If yours is the latest and greatest Casio, mine is the rare Swiss tourbillon being auctioned at Sotheby’s: thousand [...]

Why aren’t you happy?

From article: Consider a paradox outlined by London School of Economics economist Richard Lay­ard in Happiness (Penguin, 2005), in which he shows that we are no happier even though average incomes have more than doubled since 1950 and “we have more food, more clothes, more cars, bigger houses, more central heating, more foreign holidays, a [...]

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