Monthly Archives: August 2006

Sunrise On Forever

1:39am. It’s the morning, and as promised, I have finished a new song – Sunrise On Forever. It is a dreamy, but paced chillout-mix that sort of makes me think of a title song to some yet to be invented … Continue reading

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Heliosphere. Second Place at Buenzli #15

Seven, one of the members of Fulcrum (the demogroup I am a part of) cranked out this demo in a week using the Gopher demo-engine created by Drone. Honestly, I have been so out of touch with the scene lately, … Continue reading

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Coffee Mugs, Car Roofs, and Stupidity.

As it turns out, if you leave a coffee mug on the roof of one’s car, it will fall off. Turns out, if someone else tries to warn you, they will honk their horn. In my case, I was very … Continue reading

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Mini Golf, Gary, and Iraq

One of our good friends from high school, Gary, has finally returned from Iraq. For good. I have not seen him in something like three or four years, and as he was in town for a short time, we decided … Continue reading

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Coffee.

Why does old coffee taste better when left out sitting on the coffee maker for a day than in the fridge? I mean, it was like night and day. Both tasted like old coffee. But the one in the fridge … Continue reading

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Rules of the Road.

So last night I left work feeling a bit under the weather. It was probably the 5 bowls of ColdStone ice cream I would imagine. They catered for us because yesterday was our yearly happy check survey at work. In … Continue reading

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Microsoft. Making criminals of innocent people.

You know, it’s a bit ironic. Microsoft basically stole DOS (I bought it for a ‘steal’, I guess), they have been copying OS X and have either bought or copied the innovations of others as well. So, already you could … Continue reading

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Lightning. It really works.

So about a week ago while I was on vacation with my dad at the beach (which was very fun, by the way), there was a rather large storm that made a surprise visit to the small town of Tarpley. … Continue reading

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