Archives for: July 2004

BlogSwap 3: Open Assignment

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
I'm pleased to present the third installment of BlogSwap. This time we'll hear from Tim Challies, the creator of BlogSwap. If you're interested in participating, use the link below. Many thanks to Tim for all the work he does to make BlogSwap happen.… more »

Know your geek history

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
Thanks to Sears for sending me this link. This is one of the funniest things I've seen in months. It's the staff of Microsoft from 1978. Gates is on the lower left. (Oddly, the guy in the middle of the top row is named Bob Wallace.) Every one of these… more »

Must. Have. Wireless.

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
I haven't made any major tech purchases recently. I've been slowly gathering old computer stuff for my little Linux playground, but now I have an idea for my next purchase: A Secure Digital wi-fi adapter card for my Pocket PC. It would put the… more »

Moore politics, less certainty

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
I finally watched Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004). I'm still not sure how I feel about it. The movie really did have an effect on me. I know that half of it is the manipulation that comes with the craft of documentary filmmaking. I also know that Moore… more »

New bloglinks added

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
I just added some links to the list on the left. These are three blogs that I've started reading recently. Kristin is a friend from Truman. John is also a friend from Truman. Techfreak (Brendon) is a blogger I met through Brendoman.com. He's… more »

Postnuke, self-hosted

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
prsnmn.hopto.org :: personman's postnuke playground - After some work I have a Postnuke site running on my Fedora box. It has been a good exercise in learning how to work with Apache, MySQL and php. I'm also trying to install Movable Type and phpBB2,… more »

Lawrence Lessig speaks

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
I have recieved quite a bit of criticism for the Worst Worship Songs post and subsequent comments. This is good, I guess, but it has made me a little wary of opening myself (and my various neuroses) up to be dissected by others. This quote from… more »

W3rd to your m0m

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
I finally figured out how to use my Linbox as a web server. Behold: prsnmn.hopto.org. more »

Create your own South

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
Create your own South Park character. The picture above is what I might look like if I were on South Park. more »

Foundation Finished

This post was written before I became an atheist and does not represent my current views. You can find more up-to-date posts on religion in my faith/skepticism category.
This morning I finished reading Forward the Foundation. It's the last book in Isaac Asimov's Foundation series. Here are the seven books, in the order they were written (and the order I read them in): Foundation Foundation and Empire Second… more »

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