Yesterday’s Thoughts

Archive for March, 2005

March 28, 2005

Ruby On Rails Experiments

I have been playing around with Ruby and Ruby on Rails. Based on the examples that I see (like this one for instance, this looks like a lead pipe cinch for implementing a few similar projects of my own that have been hanging around for a while, namely my training log project, my GTD combined […]

March 18, 2005

What’s with the line?

I can’t solve a formatting problem on my the main page of this blog. There is a line just below the bottom of the center column, and I don’t know why. It seems to me that the line should be below the longest of the three columns, the blogroll there on the left (if your […]

March 17, 2005

Brain Drugs

From Slate about the House hearing on performance enhancing drugs is baseball: The strangest moment of the day comes when Rep. Paul E. Kanjorski, D-Penn., asks Canseco what he would do if scientists invented a “smart pill” that would make you a genius but take five or ten years off your life. “The Chemist” pauses […]

March 17, 2005

Problem with Google Maps & Firefox

Google Maps looks great. I specifically say looks great because I haven’t had a chance to check it out in detail. It didn’t work for me in Firefox. I got a more or less empty page on the opening page and on any search. I had viewed it in IE to check out Jon Udell’s […]

March 14, 2005

The Conversation

A conversation is a way of knowing. When we converse we expose our ideas to the light of another’s mind. Whatever holes, rough edges, overlooked facts, logical fallacies, and excess baggage present in our ideas are aired out and exposed. If the idea can survive the conversation, it can live; if it cannot, it must […]