Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Heavy

Okay, so I haven’t written anything for more than a week and, frankly, I don’t have anything to say now but, just last night I heard some bad-ass retro soul. I haven’t anything else by these guys but this tune … Continue reading

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Shades of Algernon

The Blue Brain Project requires one of the most powerful supercomputers on the planet to simulate a single cortical column of a rat’s brain. This project of computational neurology has been running since 2005. In my opinion, this project, out … Continue reading

Posted in Science and Engineering, The Future | 3 Comments

Boring status message

So I’m revising this entry on the bus home from work. Thank you 3G! And the next hour or so, I roll some dice with Toby, John and the New York Crew on Skype. People in Thailand, the Persian Gulf, … Continue reading

Posted in Games, Personal | 5 Comments

Apply sledgehammer gently to CPU

So, I discovered that the import file of my old posts has a lot of mangled markup and incorrect hard line feeds in it. This may be due to: Taking it straight from Linux but uploading it from Windows to … Continue reading

Posted in Computer Support, Webmastering | 5 Comments

Back in the World Wide Web

So, after two years, I’ve nearly cut all ties to Facebook. I say “nearly” because I haven’t deactivated my account and do plan to check it occasionally to see what my friends there are doing. What I mean is that … Continue reading

Posted in Personal, The Internet | 3 Comments

Back online!

Ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages, I present to you the return of the mighty, mighty Farlops Industries. The ponderous and sluggish engines of thought have been stilled for more than two years now but, no more! Let’s see … Continue reading

Posted in Personal, Webmastering | 7 Comments