I have merged http://iknowthings.com and http://joshuatownsend.com. http://joshuatownsend.com has received a face lift as part of a stimulus package at tax-payers expense. http://iknowthings.com has been redirected to http://joshuatownsend.com and content from the pathetic posting history of http://iknowthings.com has been imported to http://joshuatownsend.com. http://joshuatownsend.com has become the new hub for things about me on the interwebs.
So I have updated this site with a new theme, some new widgets and plugins, and some photos. I hope to start actually using it as life slows down a bit. I got a job offer today, and am following up on a few more options that should lead to offers very soon.
The unexamined life is not worth living. Socrates, in Plato, Dialogues, Apology Greek philosopher in Athens (469 BC – 399 BC) The examined life is just damn frustrating. Me, in my head, today, at the office Average guy in Virgina (1978 – ???)
Found this fun little read while watching the snow fall through my office window today: http://www2.tbo.com/content/2008/jan/01/in-case-you-missed-it—2007-50-things-we-know-no1/?imw=Y In Case You Missed It – 2007 50 Things We Know Now (That We Didn’t Know This Time Last Year) By JEFF HOUCK The Tampa Tribune Published: January 1, 2008 It’s been a busy year. But, then, you […]
Robert Reich, Labor Secretary under President Clinton. had an interesting commentary on patience this morning on NPR. “After what seemed like an interminable wait on the phone the other day for a service representative to help me fix a holiday gift that wouldn’t work, I heard the dreaded words: “Thank you for your patience.” I […]
The remodel is nearing an end. Some touchup painting, replacing a door, molding, and pulling Coax and CAT5 to the upstairs.
Sometimes I think the world has gone completely mad, and then I think, “Ah, who cares?” And then I think, “Hey, what’s for supper?” – Jack Handey