Monthly Archives: March 2014

Requiem for a classmate

What, how and why? Those are the things that came to mind when I heard that a longtime friend had killed himself tonight. Once you get past the realization that you will never know the most important and pressing question … Continue reading

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Shockley’s Robots

In 1948, William Shockley invented the modern transistor. His transistor dominated electronics in the 50’s and 60’s until it was replaced with the current CMOS transistor ubiquitous in modern computer electronics. While working for the department of defense in World … Continue reading

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Blues and rainy Mondays.

I feel drawn to the blues. It’s in my blood and my nature. Growing up in the south near the birthplace of the delta blues it sings through my soul. But more so it speaks to my life. You can … Continue reading

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One’s a crowd

I don’t do well in a crowd. In fact, I hate crowds. Given a choice I will always move to the less occupied. I have gone days without uttering a word, I’m perfectly happy to be alone. Until I don’t … Continue reading

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