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Enduring philosophies and favorite quotes

“There are many things in life that will catch your eye.
But only a few will catch your heart. Pursue those.”

Playlist pieces

As young as I was, I felt older back then;
more disciplined, stronger and certain.
I was saved by grace but destroyed by naivety

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There we’ll make a final wish, just before the fall.

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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..."

28 May 2007 Monday

5-year old DDR guru

slated in mainstream at 7:16 pm

I played Dance Dance Revolution for the first time ever yesterday…
it’s awesome (and more exercise than I’m used to).

so is watching this little Japanese kid totally put me (and everyone, for that matter) to shame…

[link to video]

18 April 2007 Wednesday

It's not okay.

slated in mainstream, molehills at 5:03 pm

I don’t know where to begin.

Washington Post: Student Wrote About Death and Spoke in Whispers, But No One Imagined What Cho Seung Hui Would Do

Flags are at half-mast today.

09 November 2006 Thursday

Portable Media Players

MP3 and MPG/AVI and whatnot

slated in mainstream at 7:24 pm

So there’s a small frenzy as people are getting excited or disdainful over the arrival of Microsoft’s Zune player.

I spent a few minutes skimming Internet and this is what I’ve figured (for my own future reference..):

There are 5 choices out there:

24 September 2006 Sunday

The Coup in Thailand

A week later and things look well

slated in mainstream at 6:37 pm

Continued from earlier entry:

Pictures: Things in Bangkok seem to be quite well.

More news: From 2Bangkok.com

19 September 2006 Tuesday

Army strike in Bangkok

Turmoil in Thailand

slated in mainstream at 6:56 pm

Curfew has been announced.. state of emergency declared 30 minutes ago..
Soldiers seized the government house..
Prime Minister Thaksin (not so popular these past many months..but likely to be re-elected because money to the rural folk and they’re the ones who vote) is out of the country..

CTV.ca news report

Sept.20, 4:16pm update~ The King is supporting the general/coup.

14 September 2006 Thursday

Apple is looking pretty(-y +ier)

slated in mainstream at 12:06 am

Steve Jobs/Apple presented their refreshed/new product line showcased by Engadget (from yesterday, Sept. 12)

12 September 2006 Tuesday

slated in mainstream at 4:20 am

Tim Ryan sums the current administration:

[link to video]

02 September 2006 Saturday

Gravitas

slated in mainstream at 7:03 am

Stephen Colbert vs. Stone Phillips: Gravitas

[link to video, via]

So cute! The end especially..

26 August 2006 Saturday

One-Handed 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube solved in 20.09 seconds

slated in mainstream at 11:34 pm

Good gracious that’s impressive:

[link to video]

Video Description

Ryan Patricio achieving the current one-handed 3×3x3 Rubik’s Cube speedcubing world record during the Caltech Spring competition 2006.

24 August 2006 Thursday

Poor Pluto

slated in mainstream at 6:20 pm

The New Solar System (Pluto is now a "dwarf planet")

Can we seriously just demote Pluto like that? Pluto’s always been the littlest planet in our solar system. Our solar system. Our littlest planet. We loved it as our littlest, ninth planet. And now we’ve just outgrown its cuteness and decided we don’t need it as a planet anymore :-/

Now where we learned “9 planets and one sun”, kids in school will memorize a few more names when they’re learning the solar system: 8 planets and 3 “dwarf planets” — Ceres, Pluto, and “2003 UB313”/Xena.

I guess it works… Still seems a lil sad though…a lil dwarf planet sad.

BBC: Pluto loses status as a planet
National Geographic: Pluto Not a Planet, Astronomers Rule
Washington Post: Pluto Is No Longer a Planet, Astronomers Say

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