Monthly Archives: April 2009

Devastated

I am devastated. I cried. I was changing the tires on my BMW 330Ci, removing the winter tires and putting on the brand new Bridgestone Potenza RE-11‘s in anticipation of the lapping event tomorrow at Calabogie Motorsports Park. The jacking … Continue reading

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Photography

This is a year that I want to focus on becoming a better photographer. I think about photography all the time. I read books, read magazines, listen to podcasts, I watch documentaries about it, and most days I carry my camera … Continue reading

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Hacking the Macbook Pro

I have a 2.4Ghz Macbook Pro (2007) with a 160GB internal drive. However, I only had 2GB free disk space left. My Aperture library with my 7495 photos was taking 80GB of the 160GB. And I knew I would be … Continue reading

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Web master

I’ve been working over the past few weeks to complete re-vamp the web site for Les Petits Ballets, one of Rosa’s ballet schools. I was totally unhappy with the first redesign from 2007, but never had enough time to spend … Continue reading

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Microsoft Outlook 2

Of course, I realized the solution was one I was using all along. I don’t know what I was thinking yesterday – d’oh. Just accept the meeting invite tentatively, but click the “Don’t send a response”. That way the meeting … Continue reading

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Microsoft Outlook

I wish that Microsoft Outlook had a way to decline a meeting invite, but that would still keep it in my calendar. I don’t want to set expectations that I will attend, but I want to keep the meeting invite … Continue reading

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Hornswoggle

I just successfully used the term ‘hornswoggled‘ in a sentence, stunning my co-worker with my verbal acuity.

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Updated the essay

I thought of one more case I wanted to cover in the essay Why I am An Atheist. The case is a corollary of Clark’s Third Law – a sufficiently advanced being having local control over the evolution of humanity. The case does … Continue reading

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Why I am An Atheist

I’ve been an atheist for as long as I can remember. Over all these years, I have spent a lot of time thinking about this subject. My reasons are mostly gut-feeling – I just don’t believe in God. I never … Continue reading

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Leadership

“Weak leaders seek war. Strong leaders seek peace.” – Richard Muise.

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