technology

Worm in the Apple

What is worse than finding a worm int your Apple?  Finding half a worm. Don’t get me wrong, I would never trade my Mac for a Windoze machine ever.  I can’t stand Windoze and I really just tolerate the idiosyncrasies of Office because I have yet to really find a suitable replacement that is actually compatible with the rest of the world.  That being said, I really want to know: WT-Fuck is going on at Apple these days?  I can’t...

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Sci-Fi Tech Today

I am vey much a sci-fi and tech geek.  I am a gadget guy and many of the TV shows that I follow are found on the SyFy channel.  I love to have the new toys (though I usually wait for the second generation of new devices) and I do try to find a use for them in my life. Recently I dug up an old Sci-Fi show that competed with the likes of StarTrek:TNG for three-and-a-half seasons.  It was a show that many criticized, though I watched it...

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The Human Impact

On Wednesday I wrote about how amazing this country and the open spaces is. It really is truly amazing and I enjoy being able to partake of it. There is a flip side to the coin though. I don’t really know why, but today I started to watch a couple of the Miyazaki films. It was probably spurred by watching Ponyo with the Jones’ last Sunday. The thing that got to me, which I always knew about the films, is the underlying environmental...

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Ask me anything

I have noticed over the past weeks that more and more people are joining formspring.me, a social networking site based on asking people questions.  As with many things, I didn’t jump on the bandwagon right away because I wondered what the point was.  Who is really going to ask me questions?  Who really cares enough to ask me anything?  I suppose that is kind of the point though, who knows what questions you might get or who might ask...

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Lights Over Canada

I was introduced to the Vectorial Elevation Project by Jim from Jim On Light.  The project is an interactive art installation by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer commissioned by the City of Vancouver’s Olympic and Paralympic Public Art Program and Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad.  As a lighting professional I have to say that it is pretty darn impressive piece of art and engineering to be able to make something like this work.  The installation consists...

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Web Savvy

In general, many of us live pretty public lives nowadays.  Even if you don’t do Twitter or don’t have a blog you probably have a Facebook or a MySpace page or belong to some other online community.  The strange thing is that even if you don’t really do anything online there is still a bunch of information about you out there in cyberspace.  We leave cyber trails without even knowing it.  It can be a little overwhelming to try...

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