Me on KONY: One day later

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Notice that I didn’t post or repost anything about KONY 2012 yesterday, either on here, on Twitter, Facebook, or anywhere else. (Other than to comment that they struck an impressively contagious social media campaign.) Yesterday, I saw KONY blow up on every single network I’m on (even on, gasp, Instagram). Naturally, I skimmed the video. I did […]

Afternoon Refresh

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

I thought up another way to intervene my bad habit of slaving away at my computer every afternoon. The root of the problem is that once I get on the computer, I find a billion tasks to do and, because of the nature of the internet, I find a billion more tasks to do as […]

I finally got my site back up!

Sunday, April 24th, 2011

It took me 3 days. Very sad. But it was my first time doing this stuff in a while, so.. good learning experience. The first day, I was desperately backing up all my sites before my old hosting account got cancelled. I didn’t know exactly what was the correct way to back things up, so […]

Race to Cloud Media

Friday, March 25th, 2011

  So apparently Google, Apple, and now Amazon are all planning the same service. And Amazon’s may actually launch first! -MG Siegler I honestly don’t have much faith in Amazon’s interpretation. Apple will probably offer the best user experience and the convenience of iTunes integration. Google will likely try to best Apple on value and […]

How I run the internet, Jan 2011

Monday, January 17th, 2011

I’m very big on creating an ideal workflow for myself, and it’s constantly changing based on personal use trends and new technologies. For the sake of remembrance, I’ll highlight my most important internet tools at this point in my life, Jan 2011. My two essential tools right now are Simplenote and Todoist. They stay as pinned […]

Censoring my own internet

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

I got pissed at myself for wasting so much time on the internet. This isn’t uncommon to hear, I’m sure, but my time-wasters aren’t actually terribly wasteful in most minds. I’ve already been games-free since the end of Sophomore year, and I can control my kitteh pictures/failblog/YouTube video-hopping/etc pretty well now. My current problem is […]

Everything leads to everything else.