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Yearly Archives: 2012
This entry is part 10 of 14 in the series EquanimityWhere is she? Steven flicked his cigarette, causing the ash that had accumulated at its tip to fall down to the ground. He then brought it back to his mouth … Continue reading
I’m speechless… Just take a few moments to watch the following video and you will be too. It’s an awesome cover of LMFAO’s ‘Sexy and I Know It’…
I’ve become a fan of the Vlogbrothers over the past couple of months, though I don’t fancy myself a Nerdfighter… yet! If you’ve no idea who the Vlogbrothers are, here’s a quick history. Starting in 2007, Hank and John Green … Continue reading
I started the month of April with a fairly ambitious goal: post at least once a day for the entire month. The exercise, which I qualify as a success on many levels, resulted in the most post-active month on the … Continue reading
Anybody who enjoys playing telephone should check Drawception. This site allows visitors to start with a sentence. The sentence is then drawn by another user, then explained by another, drawn again, explained again, etc… The result is a sometimes awkward, and … Continue reading
This entry is part 9 of 14 in the series EquanimityThere is a church, and inside it, a confessional. There are half a dozen people in the church: a handful standing outside the confessional and two inside of it. Ace … Continue reading
It’s been several months since the last chapter of Equanimity has been posted, and today I’m proud to announce that we’ll once again start seeing new posts of the story every week at 12pm on Sundays. For anyone who’s curious, … Continue reading
YouTube began legally offering free movies a while ago, though the selection at the time was kind of iffy. Fortunately, one of the movies was the original 1958 The Blob, a personal favorite, so it wasn’t a complete loss (though it’s … Continue reading
Many would agree that the line between leadership and mentorship is a blurry one. It was therefore no surprise to me earlier this week when someone asked me to talk about my mentor, I quickly began thinking about the great leaders in my life. … Continue reading
Michael Hastner, the man behind the controversial 13km/h speed limit and $100 pedestrian crossing fee, had done it again, and this time, his idea was ingenious (or so he thought). After having been fired from his road-sign manager position, he’d found himself walking … Continue reading