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Professional Rockstars and Modern Entrepreneurship

In years gone by, I haven’t had a great deal of struggle finding employment. Or… I have. It certainly takes focused, concerted effort. But I have, in the end, not found work as such but had work find me. This past year has been different. The search has been harder, and the fruits of that search far more sparse. More …

My Own CMS

Twenty years ago, if you wanted a website then you needed a talented designer or developer to create a collection of HTML documents, store them in a folder and upload them to a server. I may be somewhat underestimating how long ago that was, but it certainly hasn't been the case for a very long time. More …

The Autumn of My Fears

I’m feeling a little depressed at the moment. It’s not atypical. For some reason, I don’t yet know why, I experience depression every Summer. This year I can look back and attribute most of it to anxiety, most of it to circumstances both in and out of my control. And as we enter Autumn, my favourite season, I’ve found a counterintuitive way of working through this anxiety, by thinking about the worst possible outcomes. More …

Quantum Pantheism: An agnostic solves the problem of God

God is commonly believed to be an omni-god, possessing the qualities of omniscience, omnipotence, omnibenevolence, and sometimes omnipresence and omnitemporality. He is all-knowing, all-powerful, all-good, and simultaneously present at every place and time in the universe. This presents a couple of problems… but I think I’ve got them solved. More …

The Free Creative Suite: Everything you need to deliver content at no cost!

I’m a big fan of free. Growing up, I was really into animation and games on Newgrounds (you may remember that site - you may be surprised to find it’s still around). I wanted to make them myself, but I couldn’t afford Macromedia Flash… so I hit up Google to find “free animation software” and downloaded a program called Pivot to learn the fundamentals of stick figure animation. More …