Archive for October 2010

Cleaning Robots

I got an iRobot Roomba today (model 550), partly out of curiosity to see what they’re like and partly because if it works, it will fill a practical need. I haven’t had it more than a few hours, but I thought I’d share my initial observations in case you’re curious about these cleaning robots. The…

10 Reasons I Disabled My Contact Form

Here are some of the reasons I decided to disable my online contact form, as mentioned in this blog post. 1. I bought your game Dweep in 2002, but my hard drive crashed and I lost the game. Please send me the download link again. My grandson really wants to play. [Dweep is a PC…

Go Hunting

I think the best way for us to make sure our diets are in line with our morals is to stay connected with the end-to-end processes that we support through our food choices. For example, if you’re a meat eater, then I would strongly recommend that you go hunting once in a while and eat…

Putting a Brick in My Mailbox

Yesterday I returned home from a 23-day road trip. It was an incredible experience, and I’m really glad I took the time to do it. I drove 4100 miles (6600 km) through 9 U.S. states (Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, and Arizona) and 2 Canadian provinces (British Columbia and Alberta). Beginning in…

Attention

Life offers an abundance of concerns to which you can give your attention. A significant part of living consciously includes deciding what is deserving of your attention and to what extent as well as deciding what isn’t deserving of your attention. Attention Worthiness How do you decide what’s worthy of your attention and what isn’t?…