What's holding me down?
Sony Vaio Z1VA Screen distortions
A quick bit of back story. As my very good friend, Joseph, and I continue developing the parameters of our latest joint effort, and doing it in and around our full time income producing activities, we try our best to communicate regularly. Usually we use IM chat and the occasional voice conversation (provided the correct […]
Now reading "The Omnivore's Dilemma"
Anyone own or have any experience with Sony Vaio laptop model Z1VA? I’ve just relinquished my 17″ widescreen Acer Aspire 9500 to my Mom because her Vaio (which I gave her years ago) is having massive breakdown in the display. Will try and follow up here with a screen grab from that machine. Basically, there […]
Considering "Becoming a Chef"
Only about 40 pages or so in, but have to say that in addition to those being quite fascinating pages, I very much admire Michael Pollan’s writing style. Amazon also delivered his “In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto“. Looking forward to reading that as well.
Sharing my thoughts with you
Marlene gave me “The Flavor Bible” for my birthday (yesterday 😐 ) just before I left NYC on Tuesday the 28th. It is such an interesting compendium on flavor in food theory that I now want to learn more and have decided to get more of Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg’s culinary books. Will post […]
For just over the past year or so, I’ve been using this domain, Jamesdkirk.com solely as my online contact, resume/portfolio, and my personal OpenID provider website. Surprisingly, for having no “real” content, on this domain, I learn today that the site has a PR of 3. Not a big deal, obviously, but still interesting, nonetheless. […]
Another little “cookie crumb” of data. Some sites are using the technologies to place a cookie on your plate when you simply bookmark their link. For instance, I’m reading the TechCrunch post from a couple of days ago about “HealthLine Symptom Search…” and see a link in the TechCrunch post there into the HealthLine website: […]