With an aging laptop in its twilight, I looked to getting a new one. I asked friends if they knew of any Linux friendly ones, and went with the suggestion of ZaReason. This turned out to be a mistake.
Really bad, haven’t drawn my characters in a while. As you can tell, I only draw as fast as possible.
I’ve found when I learn something in science or math, I want to know how people came up with those ideas. I think it’s from my engineering education that I thought didn’t have as much theory, simply this is how you use these ideas. I’ve often been left thinking why are we doing things a certain way.
My adoring fans Nick mentioned I should post more to this blog. But I have been adding content, just stuff not visible on the home page or from the RSS feed.
This was something I was considering when setting up my site. I wanted static pages that weren’t posts, but maybe still have updates visible to readers. MediaWiki provides RSS feeds for updates, but I just couldn’t stand MediaWiki especially since I also wanted a regular blog. So I went with WordPress, but no longer had updates to pages visible. Maybe I’ll do posts manually like this one every time I update a page, but that’s extra work.
I had an interest in puzzles like Rubik’s cubes and sudoku, but not any more. Once I had a general technique to solve these I was no longer interested. I think that’s because I’m interested in computer science and math.
So here you are. A web version of my Fallout Terminal Hacker Helper.
This post will start a little series I’ll be putting up I’ll call (re)Discovering Cleveland. I realized there’s a lot about the city I live in and love that I haven’t experienced (ever or not recently) as I followed Julia Kuo’s 100 Days in Cleveland then started reading New to Cleveland, illustrated by Kuo and written by Justin Glanville. So I’ll try some new things and return to some favorite things in Cleveland and do a write up of it. Suggest things if you want!
Also, I’m a bit late in posting this. There actually isn’t any snow in Cleveland any more.
Winter kicked in late for us in the Cleveland area, but it couldn’t be kept at bay for the entire season. My wife and I didn’t concern ourselves with this inclement weather as we drove through the dense particulate fog of snow on unplowed streets that caused my car to think my empathic gesturing with the steering wheel was only a suggestion. Our destination was Touch Supper Club in Ohio City.