If software programming logic and statements were viewed as literature, what form of literature would yours be? Novel: multiple independent story lines that you hope will eventually converge to make a point. Short story: a limited number of characters with only one point to make Essay: tell ’em what you’re going to say, say it, […]
Thoughts in passing. Moments in time. Meditations on a scene.
My Cooliris cubemate Kevin is a chronic runner. He has mentioned on more than one occasion about going out for a 6am “refresher” run. 6am! The only way you’ll catch me running at 6am is if my bed is on fire. Actually, a bed on fire would be nice and warm, and hardly an incentive to dash […]
It was a little after lunch. The phone rang. “Who? [Bleep]! I mean, [bleep], yes! I mean, sure, come on over!” The email to action: If you’re anywhere near the office, get over here! Randy’s bringing General Colin Powell in to see PicLens!! A flurry of activity. Sweeping away today’s lunch debris. And yesterday’s lunch debris. And […]
Sitting at a traffic light Glance in the mirror. Schoolbus approaching. Glance in the mirror. Schoolbus bumper. Big bumper. Right on my tail. Damned tailgators. And still moving. Ouch!
Walking down a sidewalk Hedges neatly trimmed Every posey in its place Duck! Low branch. Short gardener?
Male or female? Can’t quite tell. Does it shave? Might as well.
Usil, we have blogsign
I figured out why I hadn’t been able to find Nikhil in the speakers lounge to chat about client-side web app bits – he wasn’t in Barcelona! He had to cancel due to illness (he’s much better now). Jeff Prosise graciously offered to cover Nikhil’s TechEd talks. After the conference day was done, the Dutch contingent […]