Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.

  • Michael Whelan

    Some time ago I found the web site of Michael Whelan one of my favorite artists. Still thinking about getting that autographed copy of “Passage: Verde”.

  • More Completed Sites

    Have a couple more sites nearing completion. The Student Technology Fee Action Committee web site was a pet project for the Assistant to the President for IT, my divison boss. Think it is cool that he comes down to talk to the “troops” so to speak. That also means that he can mention a problem with […]

  • Crosstown Rivals

    LHS beat VHS is a grueling fight that lasted through a normal football game plus 2 over time periods. Both teams fielded superb defenses racking up several sacks, interceptions, fumbles, and tackles behind the line of scrimmage against offenses not used to battling so hard for first down. These teams are cross town rivals. LHS […]

  • Puppet Candidates

    This election has me nervous about the state of the union. Either candidate is a puppet, one more than the other, but all in all puppets. They have grave responsibility with little power to exercise their conscience. What truly irks me is someone who campaigns beyond their capability. How can Gore or Bush provide legislation? […]

  • Survey and Photography

    All the hard work on the Politics & the Web Survey hopefully is over. It is a REALLY long survey at 192 responses or so. The survey changes on Election Day. Don’t fill it out more than once (or at least use different email addresses, computers, or far apart times to disquise that you did). Mom […]

  • Me in the News

    My first online newspaper credit is from the Spectator at VSU. About my role in online Homecoming Queen voting. Of course, I did more, but they don’t need to know that do they?

  • Homecoming

    *whew* Load off my back. Homecoming is actually going okay. No snaffus today (unlike Tuesday when I got to run around trying to make sure that the problems would get fixed). My name got in the paper. Not as often as some other people like Chris or Joe. Will add a link the story in the paper […]

  • Résumé

    Feels like a good day. Took an enterprising look at my résumé/CV. Needs some more skills I think. The skills list is way too compact… I mean, how many people claim they know 3 WYSIWYG editors, 4 graphics editors, and 3 FTP programs? Do think that the list of organizations should be expanded to include more […]

  • Two Footballs

    Had an enjoyable night. Attended another Lowndes High Vikings football game where the defense more or less shut down a great offense. Saw lots of alumni I knew in school. Thought the game rocked. After the game, read in Sports Illustrated that they were going to show the Men’s Soccer USA vs. Cameroon game on […]

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