This site serves as my playground for software development with tools like Java, PHP and PostgreSQL (not to mention HTML, CSS, and JavaScript). As such, it is continuously under construction, will probably never be 'complete', and should not be considered the best dipiction of my capabilities ;).

I may also feel the need to spout-off about my other interests, including chess, acoustics, and music. So, feel free to drop me a line to tell me how much you think this site sucks!

Some Lite Reading...

  • Elon Musk Hints 1st Person To Mars May Go Via New Brownsville Spaceport
  • Phablet Reviews: Before and After the iPhone 6
  • US Strikes ISIL Targets In Syria
  • Do Specs Matter Anymore For the Average Smartphone User?
  • Anonymous Peer-review Comments May Spark Legal Battle
  • CIA Tested Primitive Chatbots For Interrogation In the 1980s
  • DuckDuckGo Now Blocked In China
  • US Revamping Its Nuclear Arsenal
  • Assembling a Micro-scale Biochemistry Lab Like Snapping LEGOs Together
  • Outlining Thin Linux
  • Service Promises To Leak Your Documents If the Government Murders You
  • The UPS Store Will 3-D Print Stuff For You
  • Apple Sells More Than 10 Million New iPhones In First 3 Days
  • Ancient Campfires Led To the Rise of Storytelling
  • Before Using StingRays, Police Must Sign NDA With FBI
  • New Long-Range RFID Technology Helps Robots Find Household Objects
  • Nvidia Sinks Moon Landing Hoax Using Virtual Light
  • "Big Bang Signal" Could All Be Dust
  • Bioethicist At National Institutes of Health: "Why I Hope To Die At 75"
  • SkyOrbiter UAVs Could Fly For Years and Provide Global Internet Access
  • Google Partners With HTC For Latest Nexus Tablet
  • Friendly Reminder: Do Not Place Your iPhone In a Microwave
  • Astrophysicists Identify the Habitable Regions of the Entire Universe
  • Ask Slashdot: Who Should Pay Costs To Attend Conferences?
  • How Our Botched Understanding of "Science" Ruins Everything
A List Apart: The Full Feed
  • This week's sponsor: Asana
  • Getting Started With CSS Audits
  • Client Education and Post-Launch Success
  • CSS Audits: Taking Stock of Your Code
  • This week's sponsor: Stack
  • Rian van der Merwe on A View from a Different Valley: Work Life Imbalance
  • Awkward Cousins
  • Watch: A New Documentary About Jeffrey Zeldman
  • Git: The Safety Net for Your Projects
  • Running Code Reviews with Confidence
  • Rachel Andrew on the Business of Web Dev: Getting to the Action
  • 10 Years Ago in ALA: Pocket Sized Design
  • Dependence Day: The Power and Peril of Third-Party Solutions
  • One Step Ahead: Improving Performance with Prebrowsing
  • Valediction
  • My Favorite Kevin Cornell
  • Measure Twice, Cut Once
  • How We Read
  • The Most Dangerous Word In Software Development
  • Gardens, Not Graves
  • Radio-Controlled Web Design
  • Matt Griffin on How We Work: Being Profitable
  • Ten CSS One-Liners to Replace Native Apps
  • Laura Kalbag on Freelance Design: I Don’t Like It