Texas judge puts state’s death penalty on trial

Wow! Is Texas actually becoming civilized? A Texan judge in Houston is challenging the legality of the state’s barbaric death

Props To WikiLeaks

I am amused at the tempest in a teacup that the newest WikiLeaks release has created. I saw that Vladimir

Yet Another Reason To Hate Facebook

The stories continue to build-up. First they sued over someone using the suffix "book" for their own website. Then they

Seven Years…

Yesterday marked my seventh anniversary working with Microsoft’s SQL Server Customer Support. I was hired with a group of nine

A Dearth Of Posting

There is no hiding that I have not posted here in quite some time. I regret that and thus pushed

It Happened Faster Than I Imagined…

Back at the end of April, I wrote about leg pressing 590 pounds. At the time, it seemed like I

Adobe Support: Closing The Loop

I have been contacted directly by Adobe’s senior support team. Apparently, this blog played a factor in that. I do

A Workaround For Dreamweaver CS5 Performance

I have been quite vocal at work about my problem with Dreamweaver CS5. I haven’t used Microsoft’s own Expression Studio

Dealing With Adobe Technical Support

I suspect that most users would prefer to avoid calling technical support. Regardless of the company in question; this is

What Is Wrong With Dreamweaver CS5?

In my previous post, I mentioned the disappointing performance of Dreamweaver CS5 while editing a site very similar in appearance

My New Toy, My New Frustration…

One reason for my drop in posting this month is that I bought a new toy. I upgraded from my

Always Missing Code

Today is the fourth anniversary of losing Code. I’ll never forget that day and I miss her still. I wish

Bicycling Around The World – Part 4

I am now at about four months of regular cycling – well three months technically since I spent nearly a

Still Remembering Jerry…

Today marks the 15th anniversary of Jerry Garcia’s passing. I’ll remember him and his legacy by listening to my Dick’s

The United States Slips Closer Toward Civilization

I am very happy that California’s Proposition 8 has been ruled unconstitutional. It is a shame that it remains in

Why I Am Still Glad That I Quit Facebook

Last week Gizmodo revealed that a hacker had gathered 100 million Facebook profiles and produced a BitTorrent download (nearly 3