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On The Causes and Cures of Malware


Thoughts on the John Gruber's suggested 40-40-20 split between Windows, Linux and OS X on the propagation of malware.

A Few Quick Updates to Site


I have made a few technical updates to the website. The consequences should be more stability and a better visual appearance for Internet Explorer users.

Getting Cold in Kamioka


Its starting to get cold. I am wearing long underwear (thanks Mom!), and its the middle of October. The thought of the approaching winter leaves me in tears.

Designing Elesma


A look at the rough UI and design of an application I am working on.

On Education, Self-Responsibility and Manure


Its a rare month that I don't find some angry article about the problems of universities in America. If only they did X, or they implemented policy Y. I have a suspicion though, that the fault with American universities lies in a much broader social problem.

Changes from Living


I try to keep my philosophical musings pretty private. Statements of purpose and meaning have a scale of grandeur that as of yet I can't translate into a public setting. Still, a simple thought: living is changing.

Accolades for Pygments 0.9


Pygments 0.9 adds lexers for Common Lisp along with a handful of other languages. I am an unabashed fan.

YouTube Scalability


Yesterday I watched the Google TechTalk on Scaling YouTube. It was a decent talk, and I jotted down some notes while listening to it. This article is my compiled notes, because the ideas were occasionally good, but probably did not deserve a 52 minute powerpoint demonstration (filled with jokes where the speaker intentionally pauses... but then quickly aborts the pause when the expected laughter fails to materialize from the abyss).

BluePrint CSS makes LifeFlow look better, and easier to customize

After a bit of work, a BluePrint based version of LifeFlow is now ready for deployment. A little more tweaking and I'll be on to writing some tutorials on setting it all up.

JET Pre-Departure Orientation


A thrilling retelling of the day when the JET program finally got a bit more real. Beginning with my drive down to Atlanta, and ending with a fluffy pillow.

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