A while back, I lost a friend.
Silicon Valley is filled with scumbags.
I watch Air Safety Institute videos online, and it's disturbing how many fatal case studies are caused by the tenor of interactions between air traffic controllers and pilots. Is this simply inevitable?
Been a while since I wrote about the progress I've made on my novel. Here's the latest update: I'm at 42.5 thousand words.
A long time ago, in a county far, far away, I had a gig that didn't pay well, and it was boring. As a result, I spent a lot of my time trying to unfuck Wikipedia...
My endeavors fall into one of two categories: my hobbies and my work. When I engage in a hobby, it's fine if not everything goes to plan; my motorcycle breaks down, my 1911
Names have been changed (or just omitted) to protect the innocent, and the guilty have escaped into the wild. Beware, they are armed and dangerous!
A short, fictional passage.
When Shadow of the Tomb Raider came out, I didn't get what the big deal was. Having played it, I know what everyone was mad about...
I sent this today to my congressional representative. I encourage you to write your representative about the same subject. Feel free to copy mine.
At the heart of every story is a single golden thread running from beginning to end, defining its essential elements. We take this thread, and we add characters, plots, and scenery. But which characters, plots, and scenery?
The bad news is that the 2018 edition of Rust has pretty much settled on the worse of two module systems. The good news is that they have done so with the potential to unfuck this at some point in the future. In the meantime, what can you expect?