Education /ˌejəˈkāSH(ə)n/: The process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university. An enlightening experience. Making a meaningful contribution to any given field requires a lot of education. The quest for knowledge uncovers nuance. Nuance intrigues us. Nuance confuses us.
Confusion /kənˈfyo͞oZHən/: A lack of understanding; uncertainty. A situation of panic; a breakdown of order. The state of being bewildered or unclear in one’s mind about something. Confusion can be the foundation of both curiosity and depression. This site is inspired by confusion.
Yesterday, marks the end of the historic 2416 election. The Crelian party made major gains in both the house and the senate. Though the robotic judiciary has yet to weigh in on whether the results will be accepted by the Artificial Intelligence Council, it is exp read moreRead More
Typically, people buy the nicest house that they can afford. Sometime the thought process is that increasing income over one's lifetime will ease the burden of a large house payment. While there is some merit to this thought process, I would urge you to analyze this purchase as a banker would. read moreRead More
So, I was on the way back to the hotel from the Chicago office today and I got to talking with the cabbie, who was from Nigeria. We were discussing the finer points of life and digressed into talk of what languages he spoke. He spoke a little Spanish and a few words in read moreRead More
So, I just scheduled my first free trip to Europe. Last year I went to Belgium for about $900 total between flight and hotel, but this year the flight is free (actually $180 in fees). I am going with two friends and they each paid about $800 – $900 f read moreRead More
Crosby street is a strange place to live. It will be quite for weeks, then chaos for a couple of hours. A couple of years ago, when I first bought my house on Crosby, I was struggling to fix it up. I was painting, patching, sanding floors, etc and I was starting to get read moreRead More
I recently read an article by Benjamin Mako Hill called When Free Software Isn’t Better. This article addresses the fundamental argument of importance, between the Open Source engineering paradigms and political Software Freedom. For an outsider, this argument can read moreRead More
Dr. Steve Horowitz says “No. This is just a myth.” Here’s his explanation. It grates me when one behaves as if he or she is clearing something up but he or she doesn’t make the distinctions required to indicate just what it is that needs to be cl read moreRead More