One day a few years ago I had a brilliant idea.  Tired of writing in a disjointed disorganized journal arranged in rough chronologic order but lacking connections between events and missing a basic overview of myself, I decided to revamp the way (or at least one of the ways) I write about my life.  This […]

Memorizing is for computers. I think one of humanity’s goals should be to make computers act more like humans, rather than to make humans act like computers.  Computers are obviously inferior entities which are as subordinate to their creators the humans as we are to God.  We made computers so they could do all the […]

This comic has more meaning for me every day: http://xkcd.com/149/.  I wish it actually worked like that (in real life that is). Recently I installed Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin on my Macbook Pro 8,2.  Needless to say, it’s having a hard time measuring up to Mac OS X.  Nevertheless, I am determined to fix most […]

I never thought this would happen to me. A few days ago, I was enjoying art a little more than I usually do and I got really torn up about the whole Concept Art thing.  I grew really jealous of the artists I was admiring and kept thinking to myself “Wow, that’s amazing.  I’ll never […]

Recently I read a novel for my persuasive writing class at BYU called In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto (written by Michael Pollan).  While I probably wouldn’t have bought it myself to read just based on the cover, I did find it rather interesting.  The main point of the book is to convince the reader […]