Clinging to a comet: a developer's take on technology
If you're an optimist, hope is what technology provides. If you're a pessimist, hope is what it steals. You're probably both right.
The Twilight Circuit
An eight-minute tour of a "circuit" that I walked on a regular basis while visiting Paris.
The return to Paris
Notes and photos from an extended stay in Paris.
I finally appreciate the beautiful game
It finally happened. This American now understands the world's passion for football.
French films: the highlights
Short of living in France, perhaps the best way to absorb the culture is through the art of filmmaking.
French music: the highlights
Exploring the French music scene has led me to discover some diamonds in the rough.
An introvert's perspective on open plan offices
It seems the open plan office can take quite a toll on introverts.
Chained by choice: the hetero male code
Hetero males are taking their sweet time when it comes to evolving. Here are some ideas to get the ball rolling.
Should you build it if nobody comes?
Is a solo software project really worth all the time and effort if nobody bothers to use it?
My journey to London, Paris, and Rome
It took me 37 years to travel outside of the United States, but thanks to
Go Ahead Tours
I made the most of my first opportunity — a sweeping 11-day adventure across London, Paris, and Rome.
So "spiritual but not religious" is a cop-out? Hardly.
A commentary on CNN.com claims that "spiritual but not religious" is a cop-out. I couldn't disagree more.
Flight lesson at Paradise Air
I didn't think anything could beat skydiving, but I was wrong. This was a 45-minute rush like you wouldn't believe!
On August 5, 2012, I showed fear who's boss by jumping out of a perfectly good airplane.
Five handy tips for the newbie software developer
Just starting your exciting new career in software development? You'll definitely want to check out these tips.