Monthly Archives: May 2011

MyTPK is now Open Source

If you recall, back in December I put together a nifty public key encryption app for dummies. I never actually made it publicly available, but I did talk at length about the code. I promised to make it available shortly, … Continue reading

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Zardoz

People love to rag on Zardoz. It has been described to me as the worst Sean Connery movie ever made, and close to one of the worst movies in general. Not only that, but it is a constant source of … Continue reading

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So I’m no longer in my 20′s

So I just woke up, and I’m 30 years old… Fuck everything about this. Yesterday was still a 20-something. Today I must refer to myself as a 30-something. I was not prepared! There should be some gradual process that helps … Continue reading

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Merging .NET Assemblies

I’m not sure if any of you are using Luke’s Setup Assistant tool, but it has been slowly growing and expanding. I stopped posting about it here after every update, because I didn’t want Terminally Incoherent turning to an update … Continue reading

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Sucker Punch

Before I say anything about Sucker Punch, I want to give you some context. I watched this movie mainly because of the review posted below. I generally hold Movie Bob’s reviews in high regard – it rarely happens that one … Continue reading

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What’s Next: Gentle Seduction of Technology

How can you tell you are dealing with someone who have never read or watched any science fiction? It’s simple. They think that the current state of the art technology is some sort of pinnacle, and that we can’t really … Continue reading

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File Transfer Problem

Bob and Alice never met in person. They both lived in different time zones. Bob worked in a company located on the East coast, while Alice was a California girl working on the opposite end of the continent. Few decades … Continue reading

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Super

I just watched Super. Holly shit. It totally not what I expected it to be. It’s much better… And much darker… When you watch the trailer, you get the impression that this movie is just a wacky comedy in which … Continue reading

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Not all sandboxes are made equal

Let’s talk about sandbox video games for a minute or two. One of the defining features of such game are their expansive game worlds. To count as a sandbox game you need to have a fairly large game play area … Continue reading

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Immortality: Who wants to live forever

I wrote a rather lengthy post on this topic back in October. I don’t want to repeat myself too much but I think I have few things to add to this discussion. In case you don’t feel like back-tracking and … Continue reading

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Adjustment Bureau

If you put a gun to my head and told me to spell the word bureau for you, I would be extremely dead in a very short amount of time. It is one of those words that I always manage … Continue reading

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Work Tracking

When I started my first IT job, my supervisor gave me one piece of advice that took to heart, and immediately ignored at the same time: “Buy a notebook and put it on your desk. Write down everything you do, … Continue reading

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Private Journaling Solutions

I like to go back and re-read my old blog entries. It’s not really narcissism (at least I hope not), it is more like a trip down the memory lane. It gives me a glimpse of what I was into … Continue reading

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