…at an old school barbershop. Number of times I heard the word ‘product’: zero. #winning (Thanks for the recommendation, Colby!)
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It seems like a ridiculous question. We use our computers all the time, and we don’t ask anyone for permission. Our work devices are a bit different, but let’s forget them and stick with our own computers, phones, and tablets. We own them. We can do whatever we want with them, at least within reason [...]
I’m loving Antichamber so far…except for the parts where you have to build stairs. So finicky, so error prone! Thank God there aren’t many of them. Great game otherwise!
It’s great to see how far they’ve come. And it’s packed here! Good sign for the future. San Francisco, California, United States.
Huh. Not sure if that means they’re behind the times, or ahead, but still. Didn’t see that one coming! Palo Alto, California, United States.
We tried a couple unusual things this weekend that turned out to be a lot of fun. The first was Opaque, a restaurant where you eat entirely in the dark. The servers are blind, so they’re well equipped to guide you to your table and orient you to plates and silverware you can’t see. You [...]
When I posted about my ATV accident, I didn’t include much of an epilogue. Was I laid up for weeks? Will my face never be the same? Or was I back to normal the next day? Enough people asked since they haven’t seen me in person, so I figured I should put any fears to [...]
We went to see Mortified a few nights ago at DNA Lounge, and we really enjoyed it. It’s one of the many live storytelling shows inspired by the likes of The Moth. The storytellers read verbatim from diaries, letters, and other artifacts from their childhood and adolescence. Topics included first love, celebrity crushes, relationships with [...]
Artist’s rendition. Not my actual wreck. I was in an unexpected accident over the holiday break. Like last year, Gina and I went out with her brother and father to ride ATVs and shoot guns. Unlike last year, I rolled one of the ATVs and landed upside down, on my head, with the ATV on [...]
Life dealt Charlie a rough hand from the very beginning. He was found just a few weeks old on the streets of downtown San Jose, dodging cars and people, alone and scared of his own shadow. Charlie was a hermaphrodite. He had a respiratory condition that made him wheeze and sneeze in fits and starts. [...]