Pilot, 45 minutes into 10-hour flight: "I have to confess, I didn't quite realize how complicated this would be..."

Ten perspectives on a plane crash

By Lee | April 29, 2017

Passenger, 3rd row: (checks parachute, secures jump suit, and sips complimentary champagne) Reporter, 10th row, window seat: “The latest poll says that the people whoRead More

Desktop display

Perilously pretty pixels

By Lee Liming | April 18, 2017

I fear I’m sliding down a slippery slope. First, I thought I’d play around with a cheap Linux server with no display. Then, I decidedRead More

https://www.brookings.edu/blog/brookings-now/2017/03/23/working-class-white-americans-are-now-dying-in-middle-age-at-faster-rates-than-minority-groups/

Losing privilege

By Lee Liming | March 25, 2017

Loss is hard. It causes grief, underlies insecurity, and initiates cascading effects that go far beyond those immediately affected. Of all the things that are hardRead More

The cloud in our house

By Lee | March 18, 2017

There are a lot of good things about the modern world of cloud services. It’s great to be able to move from old devices toRead More

Intel NUC desktop

Loving me some Fedora

By Lee | February 28, 2017

It’s been a while since I posted about my experiments with Linux, and I’ve come a long way since then. My most recent discovery is theRead More

Why I can’t use Linux Mint

By Lee | July 12, 2016

When I started exploring the modern Linux distributions and interfaces, I was drawn pretty strongly to Linux Mint. I like the combination of a free andRead More