108 years. That’s how long it took for the Chicago Cubs to win the World Series again. Not being a baseball fan myself I can now understand why it’s such a big deal. The tension can be enough for some grown men to lose their fingernails, and for others to sweat in the rain. This sits as the sole game I have watched with complete […]
Hey there. Yeah, I’ve been gone from here for over a month. To keep it simple, life happens. Tests, orthodontic work, y’know. The usual stuff. I do have a couple of post ideas sitting in my drafts, and I look to get these finished off and published by the middle of Nov. I’ll see you then!
iTunes. The software and store that killed the Record Star. Among several other things. With the most recent update, I myself am not so certain as to how much longer I’ll be using the program. I understand the purpose behind the shifts, but I do question how much thought went into these changes. Some of my albums contain several dozen pieces, and now, instead of […]
“‘The ancient teachers of this science,’ said he, ‘promised impossibilities, and performed nothing.. The modern masters promise very little…” That would be a line from Mary Shelly’s 1818 classic, Frankenstein. Even though the words are nearly two hundred years old, and refer to ancient and 17th century scientists, they ring true today. No, not in terms of some major scientific revolution. More in terms of a […]