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Mike Melvill: What a guy!
The pilot was last seen striding towards SpaceShipOne saying
"Smoke Me A Kipper, I'll Be Back For Breakfast" (Courtesy timesprout)
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Switching to a cooler ISP (and stuff)
So, if you haven't noticed, stuff has been broken around wirewd.com lately. Why? Because I was forced to do some stuff that I've been meaning to do for a while by circumstance (or, at least, sound like Jerry Pournelle)
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Random Notes
Random notes of wierdness, penguins, pictures, and theater.
A rant about bay area radio
Why the radio for my 15 minute drive to work is sucking far more than it did last year.
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I, for one, welcome our new touchy-feely robotic overlords
So, there was quite a lot of buzz on Slashdot about Robot Stories? Is it any good? Sailor Sandy doesn't know, so in the name of the moon, I'll be punishing her with bad puns at work. See what our touchy-feely, erotic, childish, and occasionally dead robotic overlords have planned for us!
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Evanescence Concert Review (2/13/04)
{My music ∩ My wife's music} as a vanishingly small quantity, and an Evanescence concert.
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The third and fourth days of shooting...
The suspenseful, exciting, better than sliced bread conclusion to the Evil Ken Chronicles!
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The second day of shooting...
Day 2 of shooting a movie for one of my director friends. Filled with stories about cooking for the cast and crew, plus a lot more hilarity.
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Crazy dimensions in cooking: Movie Catering
Day 1 of shooting a movie for one of my director friends. Filled with stories about muffins, car batteries, and killing people off at the end of the day.
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Random Stories
More silly stories about weird conversations, being too obnoxious for your own good, and walking on Mars.
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Finally, a robot that people want!
My new Roomba, the first robot that actually does something useful for a reasonable amount of money. Whoa.
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Why I like paper ballots
Have you ever considered that perhaps a voting system should be called a "life-critical" system?
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The YOU-CAN-SPAM act of 2003
Every time I think that there's hope for our average congressmen, that they won't be little cheating weasels who are bought by the highest bidder, they prove to me that all they care about is lobbyists.
Now that I have my email address scrambled, I can track things. I've made a number of observations...
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Random Stories
Some random stories... Partying with the cow-orkers, Calling people Owen, interviews, Losing on Jeopardy. and Strong Bad. But wait, there's more!
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How they do things in Berkeley
If you've been reading on my page, you will notice the occasional mention of Berkeley, playing with fire, my crazy artist friend Kiki, and other such things...
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