I’m in my 10th week of being quite ill. It has been a bizarre odyssey of one-thing-after-another, from mono to Lyme disease to stomach flu to a deep and indefinable cough that resulted in a broken rib and keeps me
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Originally published on the Involution Studios blog. This week’s much-ballyhoed launch of RockMelt is again getting the tech intelligentsia in a lather about a potential new browser. What they seem to be ignoring is that the battle has already been
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Originally published on the Involution Studios blog. What search engines do best is immediately give us lots of scattershot information. It may be relevant, or it may not. It may be timely, or it may not. It may be useful,
Sigrid and I were quietly married today. It has simply been a formality for some time, but now when I say “wife” it is actually correct. I’m very happy and blessed to have my family.
It has been a busy few weeks for Elena as she keeps growing and growing and growing… – I taught Elena how to clap. First, I showed her how to give me a “high five”, and she really delighted in