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Due to increasing commitments at work and outside of work, I now get by with 4-5 hours of sleep per day. Every night I practice for the GRE, work on my church’s new website, research for my own further education, and maintain this website. By the time I’m done for the night, it is usually …

Technology and the Church

After a most excellent dinner with Ricky, Alex and Ricky’s son Marcus, I learnt more about databases than I ever thought existed. I also learnt two disturbing things: 1) My church still uses a predominantly paper-based filing system – which means migration to electronic records (for integration with the new website) is going to be …

Shitty day

This morning’s melodrama was a prime example of Murphy’s Law. I woke up this morning by myself, wondering when my alarm clock (actually, the alarm feature in my Nokia 6510) was going to ring. It didn’t. Because the damn phone had hung again. I restarted the phone, and checked the time: 8.20 am. Not good. …

Whither, web books?

I was browsing around at Borders this evening, and found myself immediately drawn to a specific corner of the Computing section – the two rows of shelves dedicated to Web Culture. *destiny* What would I have put in my shopping cart, budget notwithstanding? 1. Crypto Anarchy, Cyberstates, and Pirate Utopias (on different aspects of net …