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Enduring philosophies and favorite quotes

“Anyone can be passionate, but it takes real lovers to be silly.”

Playlist pieces

And I wonder: is he different? Is he different?
Has he changed what he’s about?
Or is he just a liar with nothing to lie about?

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said the hero in the story, ‘it is mightier than swords … i could kill you sure, but i could only make you cry with these words.

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Recent comments

Excuse me, are you lost? Perhaps you would care to visit the site map

timshel.

Syndicate

Syndication is available in RSS and Atom flavors. Flavors like ice cream. Ice cream like happiness.

"Everything counts a little more than we think..."

27 August 2018 Monday

Will you choose to level up?

slated in mused, as so at 5:33 pm

Be where you choose; end up where you chose.

23 August 2018 Thursday

Wistfully requesting aggregation

I confuse Instagram and WhatsApp Stories. When can we just aggregate Everything with transparent & simple-frontend privacy & filtering options, and direct our collection points so our data goes where we choose, so the world can be a better place? </wistful_question>

11 August 2018 Saturday

Effective spatial sense

My spatial sense sometimes astounds me with its effectiveness. I wonder where it comes from, and I am very grateful for it.

26 March 2017 Sunday

Redox signalling molecules

slated in as so at 8:29 pm

It’s more a replenishment than a supplement. It’s beyond natural, it’s Native. E.g. ginseng can be all-natural, but your body does not make ginseng. Your body makes these redox signaling molecules, so Asea is native to your body. As a result, there is zero toxicity— even water cannot claim that. It is not nutrition nor hydration, yet it provides what your body needs to make and keep itself healthy.

Redox signaling is the communication and activation that our cells need to do what they’re supposed to do: heal themselves.

It’s not nutrition, not hydration, not a drug; all those things may be good and important for the body (sans the drugs!!), however they are not native to the body. Redox signaling molecules are native; our cells produce them, we absolutely need them, and until they figured out how to stabilize these molecules (outside a live body) there was no real way to replenish our own body’s supply.

It’s very different from what we’re all used to; new field of science, minimal frame of reference for most people; that’s why it’s my job to connect people to the resources and provide exposure, education, and guidance.

This site isn’t a repository for that; ping me and we can have a human conversation about it. Those can be really good :)

18 June 2012 Monday

Screen sizes and seating capacity at DC-area Smithsonian IMAX Theaters

slated in as so at 11:11 pm

A comparison of TRUE-IMAX screens in the Washington DC area:

Location and
Theater Name
Screen Size Number of Seats
Natural History Museum
Samuel Johnson IMAX
66 ft x 90 ft 474
Air & Space, Chantilly VA
Udvar-Hazy Airbus IMAX
62 ? ft x 85 ? ft 479
Air & Space, DC
Lockheed Martin IMAX
55 ? ft x 75 ? ft 487

20 September 2010 Monday

slated in as so, moments at 4:11 am

When guests are arriving soon for a party/gathering at my parents’ house, I can always mark it by the music that Dad will have turned on in the living room. It used to always be George Winston, which made me think of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Now he nearly always turns on Josh Ritter, which I don’t associate so much with Thanksgiving/Christmas as I do with a hundred other things. They still add up to home.

16 September 2009 Wednesday

Should I get a flu shot 2009

slated in as so at 4:30 pm

Updated the Should I get a flu shot? entry

04 November 2008 Tuesday

Should I get a flu shot?

slated in as so at 6:15 pm

Best resource I found for answering this question was Health.com

13 June 2008 Friday

Recurring comments when people visit my desk at work

slated in as so at 7:04 pm

Approximately one out of every five visitors (a lot) to my cube will ask/say the following:

1.

Are you comfortable like that? / If I tried to do that, I’d break something. / Where are your shoes? / How do you do that?

2.

Where’s your computer? / How can you see that? / Can you see that?

23 October 2006 Monday

Desktop wallpaper brightness

slated in as so at 5:48 pm

My eyes have been particularly strained this past week;

I’ve spent a considerable amount of time in front of my computer screens at odd hours, and of course this is stressful on my eyes. What I hadn’t really thought about, though, was that about a week ago I had also changed my desktop wallpaper backgrounds to images of very bright rainbow colors across..

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