I am a budding blogger, witty, fast-approaching geek and a newbie Linux User. I took a break from active work to network more, help my best friend establish his business and discover some truths about myself and life. I like to read business theories, philosophy, classical history and civilization and every book you can throw at me. Just ask me about something and I might have an opinion!
Posted in Uncategorized on April 19, 2013
Having the option | right | freedom to go out anytime of the day is something I enjoy but exercise sparingly exercise because I prefer to stay in.
But having to stay in because of a lockdown just doesn’t sit well with an indoorsy guy like me.
I am happy this is all over. Thank God for a kickass police corps in Massachusetts. Good job!
I am happy this is all over.
Posted in travel on April 18, 2013
Spring has sprung and every now and then I see a vintage car getting an air bath with its proud owner driving leisurely down the street.
This post is to celebrate all old cars that have been given a new lease of life, especially the ones I saw in Havana, Cuba.
I want to believe that they are living their second life because their owners had no option but to hold on to them.
Enjoy America’s gift to Cuba!
And there are the Russian cars…………..
Since then I’ve been fantasizing about connecting my Leap Motion to my OUYA.
I think it is a match made in heaven and hope some developer somewhere is tweaking his codes to make this happen. Come on, OUYA is open source!
Or a game publishing house is working on their input device code to allow the Leap Motion to work with that exclusive OUYA game title.
What are the odds?
Images: Leap Motion & OUYA official images
Posted in Uncategorized on April 10, 2013
Shortcuts are dangerous.
Stereotyping is shortcutting.
Therefore, stereotyping is dangerous.
Note: In response to something a neighbor said about me.