I’ve been a fan of Star Trek for as long as I can remember, so it’s no wonder that whenever I have to make tough decisions – big or small, business or personal – I think about how my favorite Star Trek characters would react and try to incorporate their strengths into mine.
Dear Floridian Jurors,
I won’t pretend to know what’s going on in your head, what evidence you were presented with, or how you came to your decision. But from an outsider’s perspective, you’re fucking nuts.
Just in case it isn’t presented to you at your murder trials (Zimmerman, Dunn): I’d like to take a moment to introduce you to the reasonable person test. Continue reading “An open letter to Floridian Jurors”
… is right after you’ve made a substantial effort and hit a wall. If you ask before you’ve made the effort, you risk wasting your help’s time on something truly menial. If you ask before making a substantial effort, your help might think you’re incompetent, hopeless, or worse – lazy. This holds true no matter what you’re doing – panhandling or production. Bonus: rather than … Continue reading The best time to ask for help
Late night feeding with my son.
I like to sneak in an episode of Trek now and then while he eats. I’m hoping he’ll pick up a taste for either the music or the Starship noises and someday dawn his own pair of Vulcan ears. Continue reading “The Future Is Now”
Before I took my old blog offline in 2011, I pulled all my old blog posts out and saved ’em in Word doc.
Now I’m struggling a bit with what to do with ’em. Continue reading “Reviving Old Blog Posts and Psychotic Resumes”
If you’ve been following me for a while, you might know reviving Star Trek: Dimensions is my annual New Year’s Resolution, right along with re-write Psychotic Resumes. I’ve said it so often it’s almost a joke now, but this time – it’s for real (both of ’em).
“Over the next 100 pages, you’ll learn basic care for your Diaper Pail”
They don’t tell you when you’re having a baby just how much progeny-fatality-prevention-related stuff you will acquire. This stuff, purchased outside of the normal nerd procurement process, causes more stress and post-purchase regret than run-of-the-mill nerd-satisfaction stuff. Continue reading “DON’T PANIC”