Tag Archives: Rush
Feb 14, 2013 by Phil Simon
Although I have fancied myself an Apple guy over the last two years, two applications kept one of my toes in the PC pool: my accounting application and my iTunes library. I’m happy to say that that’s no longer the case: I recently made the final jump from the PC to the Mac. In this post, I’ll explain the data ramifications of the move.
Apr 26, 2012 by Phil Simon
A few months ago on this site, I railed against multiple systems and applications. Attacking Netflix and my own home security company (in Dual is a Four-Letter Word, Part II), I argued that maintaining separate accounts and logins for similar if not identical purposes was just plain bad business.
Mar 01, 2012 by Phil Simon
Most people don’t think of a book as data.
Feb 09, 2012 by Phil Simon
Greetings Again, Earthlings.
But I must be honest. Your practices bemuse me. Let’s start with Justin Beiber, Kourtney and Kim, and Snooki?
Jul 07, 2011 by Phil Simon
In the remarkably challenging 2000 film Memento, Guy Pearce plays Leonard Shelby, a man trying to determine who allegedly murdered his wife. There’s a pretty big hitch, though. Because of an injury sustained during his wife’s “murder”, he has lost his short-term memory. He doesn’t have complete amnesia; he knows who he is an what he’s trying to achieve. He just can’t remember what he did five minutes ago. The clinical term is retrograde amnesia.
Apr 14, 2011 by Phil Simon
What are these songs about? I have no idea. I’d tell you to check out the lyrics to each song, but here’s the thing: Both songs are instrumentals.
In case you haven’t figured it out by now, this is a post about things.