Woke up from an emotional dream today. I’ll get to the details and my initial thoughts at the end of this post, so bear with me. I know that it was at the second vivid dream of such thought-provoking intensity … Continue reading →
Last time, I outlined the benchmark of 80-90% electrical energy autonomy out here in the central backwoods of Thailand’s most populous island. Now, we will discuss the most essential and practical use of solar energy – water – highlighting various benchmarks and challenges in respect to … Continue reading →
Howdy Cyber World! Today’s podcast, will be the final of a series I recorded here in September, more on a personal note marking my status and progress on various projects and responsibilities I’m monitoring/maintaining. Download the podcast by clicking here. … Continue reading →
Every now and then, it’s good to grab the guitar – if not the ukulele or guitalele – and practice a classi or two. Startin off June 1, here’s a few good tunes: Just right for the weather, here’s an mp3 with jammin Rhythm of the Rain and Your Cheatin’ Heart… Chords are also included in the mini-podcast. Enjoy!
If for whatever reason, the song is not playing, download the mp3 here (right click and save as)
Here’s a little gallery of pics from the rural Phuket garden, taken in April, 2014. Including a fenze lizard related to Iguanas, and some tomatos grown in a micro solar aquaponics pilot system… … Continue reading →
Phuket United on February 9, 2014, held a press conference to announce their readiness to compete in the 2014 Futsal Thailand Premier League, which kicks of on February 15 and 16. The club formally revealed its players, staff and sponsors … Continue reading →
Recalls: I’m in an unknown south-north lining building, with my workplace in the middle-east part of the location, At his isolated computer on the middle-west part, the ‘almighty’ 1013 sorting out a minute yet aggregated management matter involving 44, the … Continue reading →