2014

Bite The Bullet

Yes I have to give up. I’ve tried everything to make 8 gigs of RAM work on my computer without success. I’m running 64 bit windows with 4 gigs of RAM and it works, for now. My current system is Read more…

By pj, ago
2014

I’m a joke

Yes I’m a joke for crashing so much. The quips are prolific from “Crash Dummy” to “yo yo” and people say they will create a “welcome back Dude” gesture. Its getting to be, I am a joke. This has become Read more…

By pj, ago
Emptiness

Emptiness

We were never really born, we will never really die. It has nothing to do with the imaginary idea of a personal self, other selves, many selves everywhere: Self is only an idea, a mortal idea. That which passes into Read more…

By pj, ago
2014

Tails From The Cat Shop

Great new book out from Storm! Must Read! Click on the picture to buy. Fantasy meets Reality in Cyberspace, in a world where our online and offline experiences, friendships and even, our identities are excitingly entangled. Avatars are extensions of Read more…

By pj, ago
2013

The Minority of the Opulent

Distribution of income in the United States has been the subject of study by scholars and institutions. Data from a number of sources indicate that income inequality has grown significantly since the early 1970s, after several decades of stability. While Read more…

By pj, ago
2014

A Mixture of Moocs

Taken from eCollege.me   A heady mix of MOOCs the good brain bad brain led me to Oliver Sachs “The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat” (in the library) a very interesting study that makes you think about Read more…

By pj, ago
2014

Asimov 1964 Predictions

When New York City hosted The World’s Fair in 1964, Isaac Asimov, the prolific sci-fi author and professor of biochemistry at Boston University, took the opportunity to wonder what the world would look like 50 years hence — assuming the world survived the Read more…

By pj, ago
#edcmooc

EDCMOOC

I’ve started an online course a Massive Open Online Course. #edcmooc Its title is E-learning and Digital Cultures and there appears to be over a hundred participants a good proportion well educated to degree level. We evaluated several videos this Read more…

By pj, ago
Brain

Multitasking

Multitasking what a wonderful skill, something we all do with varying degrees of success. I love the joy of doing it well. Second life hosting makes one quite adept with instant messaging, group and local chat. Holding the skein of Read more…

By pj, ago
Blog

Sigh revisted

I took down the previous post due to objections. No one saw it except a good friend of mine and my partner.  Here it is abridged. Its a shame people don’t leave comments. What are they frightened of? Thought I Read more…

By pj, ago
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