January 16, 2006

More Travel

One of the nice things about having money and working for the government is that I have the opportunity to do some travelling. In December I […]
January 14, 2006

Robot Busting

In the Premiere issue of Robot magazine, the Discovery-Channel-Made-Famous Mythbusters Jamie Hyneman, Adam Savage and Grant Imahara put their methods to use in an effort to […]
January 13, 2006

Linux Robots

A new site: LinuxRobots.org has the neat idea of having a robot that can be controlled and even programed from the web. Simply ssh into the […]
January 12, 2006

Stock Markets 101

Lesson 1: Stocks are addictive. When they’re going up it feels good, safe, and you feel confident. When they’re going down there’s stress and self doubt. […]
January 6, 2006

Warp Engines in Development

The US government is investing the possibility of a hyperspace engine that could make a trip to Mars just a short 3 hour flight and an […]
January 4, 2006


The income numbers that I did A while back had some issues. So I’ve decided to look at them in a different light and see if […]
January 3, 2006

Movie Making

Ok, so my track record for following through with my plans has not been so good lately. The jewelry making stopped after 2 silver rings, the […]
January 1, 2006


Here’s a picture of my new snowboard which I am extremely excited about getting to use at Sugarloaf in March.
January 1, 2006

2005 longer than expected

The slowing of the planet’s orbit around the sun has put the extremely precise atomic clocks out of sync with the calendar time by one second. […]