Email Rebooted: Google Previews Wave

By far the biggest news to come out of the Google I/O developer conference held earlier this week was the preview of Google Wave, the company’s concept for the communication/collaboration tool of the future. As put by Lars Rasmussen, one of Wave’s creators, it answers the question: “What would email look like if we set […]


The iPhone on Verizon: Break My Heart Again, Apple

More Apple rumors say we can expect a Verizon compatible iPhone to be announced in June 2009.


Teaching Kids Science With Sid the Science Kid

When I was growing up, one big investment my parents made for me and my siblings was a World Book Encyclopedia set, accompanied by a library of Childcraft topical books designed for kids. I remember spending countless hours reading about outer space, plants and animals, the geology of planet Earth, weather systems, and the Seven Wonders of the […]



Two hours, four minutes, and 59 seconds – That’s my official finish time for the Fargo half marathon last Saturday. Here are the complete statistics: time: 2:04:59 gun time: 2:10:15 10 k: 56:57 pace: 9:33 overall place: 1948 out of 4371 division place: 179 out of 272 gender place: 1098 out of 1726 As you […]


Running the Fargo Half Marathon

Tomorrow morning at 8am I will start my first ever half marathon in Fargo. One year ago I ran in Fargo’s 5K fun run, and since then I’ve been able to keep training and improve my speed and distance. Witnessing the start of last year’s Fargo Marathon was a great experience, so I’m ready and […]


Casey’s Dell Mini 9 Hackintosh Netbook

Casey got her 12 inch PowerBook G4 shortly after it was announced back in January 2003 and up until a couple of months ago, it had been her reliable companion. Eventually, however, it simply wasn’t able to keep up with new programs and technologies. JavaScript intensive web applications slowed the browser to a crawl and streaming video […]