And other random thoughts. Actually, other links, along with thoughts.
In order to clear up my computer’s cluttered screen, full of tabs of different websites, I want to close and save some. Evidently it’s not my computer’s fault that having more than 100 tabs open at the same time will slow it down? I used to have a HP and don’t remember this being a problem. Also, on my HP the ‘question mark’ key worked, and I didn’t have to use the ASCII code. It’s Alt + 63. Now you have the same workaround I do!
Update: Several hours after posting these links, I came across this tidbit about Toshiba. Evidently I’m not the only one who has problems with their way of doing things. Personally, I would actually feel safer knowing that
the Soviet Union Russia was using Toshiba products – their first strike capacity would be greatly diminished.
Peruse and enjoy:
Quick! Name an auto/industrial designer who has received an honorary degree and accolades. And has designed vehicles for two continents. And has designed a truck – at least the handsome cab (no, not the horsedrawn vehicle, it’s just good looking). And a popular bicycle. And – this is where it gets weird – a poorly spelled children’s book? This guy, who deserves a little more recognition, wikipedia. Karen is probably best known for the three wheel Bond Bug.
Another guy who did some pretty cool things and is now sort-of forgotten.
So your gold mine is separated from the assayer’s office by a mountain? No Problem! Evidently I found this a while ago, as it was in my bookmarks folder which I am cleaning out. Need to read a little more of this blog, as it looked interesting when I re-found it. The article certainly made me think of this guy, who had a movie based on his life, and whose purpose in digging was slightly more noble. Bollywood, you gotta love it.
Love this car.
I must ask my lovely wife to make this: Halal Guys Chicken and Rice. I actually have a Pinterest board that has all of the recipes I want to try, we are slowly working our way through but the board keeps growing. I’m a very fortunate man, as though although I hate cooking, my wife genuinely enjoys cooking. Trying to be enlightened, I tell her that, quite honestly, I don’t mind beans and rice every day as it is very tasty and healthy, but who am I to force her NOT to cook?