Top 10 Posts This Month
- The ultra-lethal drones of the future | New York Post 2014 article
- reprint of: Drones very small to large
- nomodes.com: Larry Tesler: The Law of Conservation of Complexity
- This is one reason why I don't usually trust software when used in planes or Cars or Trucks or buses by the way:
- Most important premise regarding all software:
- 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami - Wikipedia: 6 years and 1 month ago: 15,894 deaths over 8,000 injured or missing
- Top ten computer app writing languages in the world presently
- The Law of Complexity can only get worse for each new generation of computer programmers. Why?
- When Political Parties: "Like the Republican party right now" implode spectacularly
- They Still make BOSCO Chocolate Syrup?
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Death Metal at a new site with Button Called EMP
The EMP button above will take you there if you want to more easily read it. As I find other things that I think are long enough to put there over time I will add more stuff to the dragonofcompassion.com archive site. Though the Blogspot site is free the dragonofcompassion.com site I have to pay for. However, I think it is great to have my longer more developed writings there in one spot for anyone who wants to read it. Since I'm semi retired now I have a lot more time to write and edit than I used to. But you can see editing isn't something I like to do that much because it takes 10 to 100 times as much time to edit properly than it does to have the fun of writing it in the first place. So, since I don't get paid for doing this I just edit as seems practical and useful to me in my life. the 11 parts of "Memories" there at dragonofcompassion.com has had the most editing. I spent literally hundreds of hours editing "Memories". However, one of these days I should go through there with a spell checker again. Although I remember when I did this last there was some reason that I didn't reinstall it with all the spell checks. You know how it is there is always some detail that you need to think about more when writing whether that is spelling or context or writing code.