Categories: "Personal"

Return from UT Tyler

Much of my blogging ceased when I started back to school in 2008. There are some, but few, entries between 2008 and 2012. Now, I have a little more freedom to write, and with a much improved platform in b2evolution, writing will be easier to do.

To be continued..

Monday Analysis

October 9th, 2006
I'm beginning to see the problem with Mondays. It's not just the return to work that is that bad. It is a conflict of personalities on a day when they are at their most extreme opposites. On the one side there are the people who have enjoyed their weeken more »

The Dying Internet

October 8th, 2006
The Internet is dying. Though it has been around for less than 10 years and covers the globe the internet is now beginning to suffer a long painful death. There are various cancers being spread through the internet through spam spyware advertising more »

The Big Picture

September 3rd, 2005
As I view some of the photos from Katrina, and think of the many people who have lost it all, my heart goes out to them. There are many efforts under way to help the survivors in New Orleans, but I won’t go into that. Katrina is so huge, I haven’t… more »

The SOLOPEC

August 21st, 2005
I found an interesting-slash-entertaining site today. Actually it wasn?ÇÖt today it was in a timewarp that came out in 2056 or so. The news item on theonion.com predicted grave circumstances due to the shortage of s more »

Za Anyone?

August 15th, 2005
After 7 years, the new Scrabble dictionary is out. No, wait! That’s just the Official Scrabble Player’s Dictionary version 4. It’s not the “official” list, that is, it’s not the official word list for Scrabble competitions. As in any organization, the… more »

Hello World!

August 7th, 2005
Since this is the initial entry for the blog, don’t expect much. It’ll take me a few days to feel comfortable combining this new technology with my rants and raves. No, really, my thoughts will leak out eventually, unless they are in sensitive areas, in… more »

Pressure Sores

April 6th, 2000
Introduction According to medical studies, pressure sores are a leading health care problem for people with spinal cord injury (SCI) and other forms of paralysis. A study in Iceland found that 58% of people who use a wheelchair have had a pressure sore.… more »