Archive for December, 2005

  • New Year. New Outlook. New Direction.

    December 31, 2005

    For those of you just tuning in, here’s what you missed in the past ten years of my life:...

  • LazyImageLayout and WordPress 2.0

    December 30, 2005

    For instructions on use, see the original post. WordPress 2.1.x Issues LZIL is compatible with 2.1.x, as far as...

  • 2006 Downloads for The Printable CEO

    December 29, 2005

    Just some quick updates to the forms, to update the year from 2005 to 2006. All other PCEO-related posts...

  • Levenger: Tools for Serious Readers

    December 29, 2005

    I’ve been drooling over the latest Levenger catalog, which features upscale furniture and gear for the discerning bookworm. Here’s...

  • Closing Out the Year

    December 28, 2005

    It’s time to review my 2005 New Year’s Resolutions! There weren’t that many of them: Build a new creative...

  • Christmas Recap

    December 27, 2005

    I had a pretty good Christmas, with a large number of thoughtful gifts from my sister and her boyfriend:...

  • Passion Turn Me Round and Round

    December 22, 2005

    For the past six years, I’ve been trying to figure out the nature of my passion: What can I...

  • Mark Kern and the MMORPG of Life

    December 20, 2005

    In 1984, I was in the 10th grade at Taipei American School, a former Armed Forces school for the...

  • Creating a Hybrid CD-ROM with Toast 7

    December 19, 2005

    Geeky notes in progress to myself on a CD-ROM project: how to create a CD that will work on...

  • Learning by Fermentation

    December 18, 2005

    Last night I started—finally—entering in all my QuickBooks data. It took a few hours to figure out the best...

  • Considering AdSense

    December 16, 2005

    I’ve been thinking how to generate passive income, so I’m finally going to give Google AdSense a try. However,...

  • Dreaming of Kamados and BBQ

    December 14, 2005

    Ever since seeing that episode of Good Eats in which Alton Brown roasts a chicken in a big flower...