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Algai ‘D’ Aman’s Debugging Axiom

“The time spent debugging is inversely proportional to the complexity of the solution.” – Algai ‘D’ Aman

The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss

The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss My rating: 5 of 5 stars Wise Man’s Fear was an excellent book. It was naturally a perfect continuation of The Name of the Wind, as it followed Kvothe chasing the wind. The scope of this story is so vast covering many different cultures and various characters, yet […]

5-inch Dell Streak with Android

I bought a Dell Streak a few days ago since I couldn’t pass up this amazing deal from Dell. I finally decided to switch from the iPhone to the Android. Renewing my contract with AT&T for 2 years brought the price from $549 down to $99. I also had a 15% off coupon from Dell, […]

Help: My WordPress posts won’t display – Increasing the Backtrack Limit

You just spent an hour writing up a new lengthy post for your WordPress blog that explains the migration habits of monarch butterflies in great detail, and finally hit publish. You take a look at the post to see how it looks, but what’s that? It wont show! What’s happening? Is my site getting hacked? […]

Huh – Ostriches

Bet you didn’t know (cause I sure as hell didn’t): Ostriches don’t bury their heads in the sand. That is a myth. The male ostrich will dig a hole 2 to 3 feet deep as a bunker style nest (That’s where the eggs go). Due to the nest being below ground level, it looks like […]

S2Member PayPal Buttons

I ran into a small, but annoying problem when I tried to add in a PayPal button generated by the S2Member plugin into the profile area of the Simple-Press forum on a WordPress site. The problem wasn’t adding the button into the Simple-Press profile page using an API hook, but rather having the button show […]

QR Barcode Thingy

So after checking out Micah’s new site, I’ve finally come around to getting myself one of those barcode things from for myself. Check out my QR . It doesn’t do anything special, but I can imagine some cool things that will come of this. I heard about a company using these codes to accept […]

Tversity Pro upgrade & finding your license key

Help! I can’t find my license key for Tversity Pro. I know I got one when they were still handing out the software for free, but now that they are charging $29.99 for it, I can’t seem to find my license. Sound like you? Well that was me Tuesday night after trying to copy a […]

Larry Correia’s Monster Hunter Vendetta

Larry Correia has done it again. This page turner ruined my weekend. Well, my Friday into Saturday anyway. Once I really got rolling with it, I could not put the book down. (Just in case you are wondering, Yes, the electronic ARC version is already available @ for $15) This story kept the same […]

Mosques next to the 9/11 Memorial Site – my 2 cents

Do we still practice religious freedom in this country or not? Just because the terrorists who struck the twin towers were Muslim, does not mean that we can now disregard our convictions? Remember the reason that people left England to start colonies in the new world? They wanted a better life, including religious freedom from […]