Regarding the title of this post, my friend and colleague Marque Rome the other day called me a “closet scientist” when he came over to my pad the other week to record some jingles for the radio. He was referring … Continue reading
Earlier this month, I paid the 48th and final installment of a car loan I obtained four years ago for my 2002 Nissan NV Wingroad [sighs with relief].
Just a quick post to vent about some freelance translation work challenges I’ve had in past few weeks. … Continue reading
Yesterday morning I came to the unwelcome yet unavoidable realization that a considerable set of “valuables” had gone missing. Stolen from under me, a jab to the gut, and all I can do at first was sulk, and now as the aftertaste … Continue reading
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