On SpaceX Launch with Humans

Space exploration by humans is so fascinating. When I was a young kid, I remember reading books on the Apollo program and Skylab. My room walls were filled with space exploration posters. Consider me part of the Space Shuttle program generation. Everything about SpaceX brings back the excitement for space exploration. During the Space Shuttle... Continue Reading →

Not a Review of Mailbrew

A new and one of a kind service launched this week called "Mailbrew". Basically, it is a news aggregator that generates newsletters that you receive in your mailbox. Sources can be RSS, Reddit, Twitter and a few more. I'm not aware of any service like this one. Tempting. At first, I thought that I could... Continue Reading →

My 10 Years of iPad

My first iPad. Dear iPad, you've come a long way. You were not perfect. You lacked a USB port. Most of your apps were "blown up" iPhone apps. Yet, I fell in love with you instantly. Here is a brief summary of my 10 years of iPad. The intro Apple's keynote with Steve Jobs introducing... Continue Reading →

Leave of Absence from the Real World

Here is an interesting thought from Jenny Judge writing on Medium "Tech Has Drained the Reality Out of Our Real Lives" (emphasis is mine): But the inescapable shoddiness of our amateur photographs served an important purpose, beyond the obvious one of discouraging narcissism, and it was this: Through its very mediocrity, each image told us... Continue Reading →

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