Category: Happiness

Happiness, the Web, and Me

Back in the dawn of Web time (1994, to be precise), I accidentally stumbled into being a Web developer. At the time I was an acquisitions librarian, which means I bought a lot of books. This, in turn, meant that book salesmen loved me. Sometimes they would even wine and dine me, but mostly they … Continue reading Happiness, the Web, and Me

Farewell Facebook

We know the world only through the window of our mind. When our mind is noisy, the world is as well. And when our mind is peaceful, the world is too. Knowing our minds is just as important as trying to change the world. ~Haemin Sunim Today I left Facebook. For those who might wonder why, … Continue reading Farewell Facebook

I Want To Be an Email Reprobate

One of my few role models recently called himself “an email reprobate.” That’s it! That’s what I want to be too. He’d probably be horrified if he knew this, but then again it’s a virtual certainty that his history with email is a good bit less, um, mucilaginous than mine. (Isn’t “mucilaginous” the greatest word? In case … Continue reading I Want To Be an Email Reprobate