Monthly Archives: December 2007
Tomorrow morning at 7:45, Leigh and I fly out of DFW airport to Sin City itself, Las Vegas. The casino we’re staying at has a Krispy Kreme in-house. Since they have free wifi I plan on posting the entire trip. Stay tuned, because what happens in Vegas, will in fact NOT stay in Vegas.
One of the things I dislike most about teaching is the grading. Sure, I love standing in front of a group of impressionable minds, spouting off nonsense for fifty minutes as if I know what the hell I’m talking about. That’s a pure blast. But at the end of the semester, when all the papers […]
But since most of them are poor they can be bought. Which is bad for the rest of the world. The bad thing is that the judiciary committee doesn’t really understand the importance of terms like “source-code” or “decompile.” These are important terms in this conversation.
Yes, I know there has been a dearth of posts lately. The end of the semester has turned by brain into a big wobbly mass of oatmeal. I turn in my final grades at the end of the week, so hopefully my brain will return to normal after that. Until then, here’s a story that’s […]