Time is on our side

So the year is pretty much wrapped-up at work. Due to the mangled leg, I had to participate in year-end activities via phone, rather than in person, which is less than ideal, but I pulled off a decent showing and I’m pleased with what I delivered. Unfortunately, like most of my team, what I delivered was…

My Little Deuce Coupe

Its not a motorbike, but put the windows down, open the sun roof and push the pedal until the turbocharger kicks in, and the feeling is pretty similar. My new car is a 2007 Saab 9-3 2.0T. Its very well equipped, with more features than I know how to use, and it goes like the…

Guitars, Bones and Automobiles

Thursday I visit the surgeon to have this cast removed, and hopefully I won’t go home with another one. In its place I hope to have an air cast, which looks like a giant boot. Its weight bearing, removable and will be the first step toward walking again. A friend who broke his ankle 4…

Claiming Old Testament Promises

Alas, I am still easy-chair bound, and to hobble downstairs and yank out my giant textbooks would be too difficult for a simple blog post, but I’ll write this without citing sources simply as a challenge — rest assured that this challenge was given to me in the form of first year seminary courses, and…

What's Happening to Sony

John Dvorak is far from the most salient technology reporter out there. His years of trolling about the imminent death of Apple never really panned out, and most of his other “observations” trail actual news by a few weeks. So its no surprise that he’s oblivious about why Sony has been under attack for the…