Posts Categorized: Technology

I keep losing teeth

Quite a pointed post, having just made my semi-annual date for a dental cleaning. Now, I admit, I’m a floss cheater.  Sure, I brush at least twice a day, but I only use the floss in a two month period bracketing my dental appointment (yeah, like using the home gym before bathing suit season). Still,… Read more »

When in doubt…

No need to shout; As long as eyes stout; You can find out No need to fret; wipe away the wet; you’re sure to get; what you seek from the ‘net For example, like me; I could no longer see; On my old iPhone 3G; My playlists three With them now gone, I could play… Read more »

Powerless

It’s been hell.  Feeling unmotivated, dispassionate, hesitant and disconnected.  Cut off from the things I know and enjoy. Yeah, two weeks without the desktop. Sure, all you phone and tablet people can’t see the big deal.  Even you laptop people probably scratch your heads.  But it’s all about where your comfort zone is. I spent… Read more »

What kind of week has it been

As with most people who have streaming services for their TV (Netflix, Amazon, etc.), I enjoy watching various television series I never watched back when they were on air. Of those, I particularly like the witty banter and controversial takes from two Aaron Sorkin created shows, The West Wing and the under-appreciated Studio 60 on… Read more »

Unreal!

A few weeks ago, I was watching some sporting event and as the program went to commercial break, I didn’t channel surf as I normally do during that 2 1/2 minute bombardment. The first commercial to appear was for orange juice, with a luscious-looking stream pouring from a container (brand withheld) into a glass.  Now,… Read more »

Coming up short

It’s been a busy start to the new year.  Finishing up new editions for all three books and getting started on the business venture with my friend has kept me active on the ol’ word processor. Part of the work I’m tasked to do with the start-up is providing content for the company website.  We’ll… Read more »

I refuse to change my Will

It’s not easy, committing something to paper and sticking with it no matter the circumstances that compel you to change.  It’s easier to bow to convention and follow the traditional routes.  Overall, that’s the safest way to write the words that will last beyond my lifetime. I recently had reason to consider the trouble I… Read more »

Between vision and reality

Book Three of the Jeremy Shuttle Adventures is being released this month and that means a refresh to the website is required. From years of work as an artist and advertiser, I have a well-developed design sense and have always had a clear view of how I want my website to look.  That’s not always… Read more »