I added a new menu item under the logo called Link Blog which is a list of items I've marked as shared through google reader. It's a glimpse into some of the stuff I end up posting here and alot of stuff I don't.

In other news I've been mulling over how I want to approach posting more content to the site as most of it has ended up being political in nature or about the environment. This is in fact only a small portion of my daily life, where I actually spend most of my time programming, reading, and philosophizing.

I have never been good at organizing my self. For all my endeavors into doing so (book cases, file cabinets, plastic bins, cork board, etc), it has all amounted to organized chaos. Much like how this site came to be in the first place, where it is an attempt to bring a little order to my own chaotic mind, so I can have some semblance of backing up my otherwise intractable thoughts.

Hopefully I will do better.

posted by dharh 3:25 PM Jul 11th, 2007 via idt

The in deep thought code base has just reached v0.3. You can view the changelog to see the changes.

posted by dharh 1:51 PM Jun 19th, 2007 via idt

Wow not only are we using corn crops and such to make ethanol and plastics but we can make other stuff out of plant sugars?

posted by dharh 1:15 AM Jun 17th, 2007 via idt

If you are concerned about the genocide in Darfur and like John Lennon's music perhaps you would like to get the new album Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur, which reprises John Lennon's music played by many various artists.

Either get the CD, even though I've suggested before people shouldn't buy CDs anymore, or download from online stores like iTunes.

posted by dharh 8:06 PM Jun 15th, 2007 via idt

Yeah, ok so you can't really compare a giant MacBook Pro to the tiny Foleo and NanoBook, but the MacBook Pro just got updated today so here it is anyway.

Foleo as you'll note was released last week by Palm. It seems like a good idea. Basically adding a large screen and full keyboard to a palm device. Palm sees it as a companion to their palm devices.

Via then today releases their NanoBook Ultra Mobile Device (NanoBook woulda been just fine...) reference design. Running a 1.2 GHZ VIA processor, with up to 1 GB memory, 30GB hard drive, bluetooth and 802.11g, a DVI out, Windows XP or Vista, and I'm sure eventually Linux, it seem to beat the pants off the Foleo.

I think the NanoBook does win over the Foleo, if nothing else it is a full computer which can handle all the things I would expect from a device larger than a cell phone (or palm device if you want). The fact is palm sized devices are gaining more abilities becoming more like full mobile computers.

To make a lap sized devices, even though it is very small, with essentially the same abilities as their palm devices, is not really worth it. They should either focus on more innovations to their palm sized devices (touch screen, removing keyboard, larger screen) or focus on more advanced lap sized devices.

When it comes down to it though. I am not really as impressed with these new small notebooks. I am still looking for the large palm device (not depth) essentially like the iPhone but slightly larger and can wirelessly interface, control, connect, and VNC into any machine I have access too.

If I want a larger screen ill go with a MacBook.

posted by dharh 2:06 PM Jun 5th, 2007 via idt

We had a huge server failure and had to upgrade both apache and Bluedragon as part of the fix, which is why it took so long. I'm assured everything should be back up and running as it was.

posted by dharh 12:24 PM May 28th, 2007 via idt

Why We Fight is a documentary released in 2005. In it, we are given a glimpse of why we as Americans fight. From WWII to the current occupation in Iraq. It is not propaganda, like most would expect. It is a real look into the two wars after 9/11. It follows the run up to the war in Iraq, its completion, and the failing occupation afterwards. It also looks into why it is we are having so many problems with Arab nations and other so called terrorist nations.

The documentary makes plain the major differences in the way we used to fight, for the preservation of freedom and our democracy, and what we are doing now.

Looking closer to home, why do we, as environmentalists, as human beings, as fellows living beings on earth, fight against our own government who is now showing signs of not even listening to us anymore. Why do we fight for such frivolous things as universal health care, the environment, economic equality, against war? Why We Fight, can be explained in this quote from David Suzuki.

"My daugher Severn is 27 years old, and she's been an environmental activist ever since she was seven years old. A few months ago she said to me, 'Dad, I think this is the most exciting time to be alive in all of human history.' She said this is the moment, in the following months and a few years, we are going to have to make some big decisions. Because if we make the right decisions, or if we fail to make the decisions, it's going to determine the fate, not only of all human kind, but of countless species of plants and animals. This is the defining moment, she said, when we will decide whether or not we're going to be a spectacular Flash in the Pan failure, or whether we can step up to the plate and show that we are capable of finding humility, compassion, patience and wisdom to truly find a sustainable path. As I reflected on her comment, I've come to the conclusion she's absolutely right."(1) (2)

posted by dharh 5:17 PM Apr 30th, 2007 via idt

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