A client of mine recently purchase a TED, The Energy Detective, 5000 series device with which to monitor his house’s power consumption. This thing is a complete piece of garbage, fails to display any useful data more than half of the time (yes, we’ve been keeping track), and their technical support is rude, uninterested and completely unhelpful. In summary, don’t waste your money. Continue reading “TED: The Energy Detective from Energy, Inc. A Complete Waste of Money”
This year’s first Mercury Retrograde is turning out to be a doozy. Some roadblocks are finally giving way (getting things underway with the coffee shop), other delays are springing up (from the construction taking place just before my favorite bike paths to the digging in the street outside my office), to a long lost friend, with whom I haven’t corresponded in well over a year returning, to all sorts of computer and communications breakdowns, as is typical of this time of year.
At least it’s predictable.
Book Review: Daniel Suarez's Daemon and Freedom (TM)
I recently read both of Daniel Suarez’s novels, Daemon and Freedom (TM). They are what I would call great sci-fi, with a strong emphasis on the science. Warning – minor spoilers appear if you continue reading.
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I’ve been feeling like I’m on a plateau lately. At least, that’s what people usually call this type of period in training, when it does not feel like you’re making any progress. Continue reading “Plateau”