I think I mentioned it before, but I’ve been working on a new side project. I figured it was a good way to teach myself React and Node.js, much like OpenVoter taught me PHP. I’ve been wanting to familiarize myself with some more modern frameworks, and I feel like Node and React are good places to start.
Last Monday, Microsoft bought GitHub for a whopping $7.5 billion.
As you can tell, I’ve decided to give my blog a little bit of a facelift.
In my last post, I was saying that I was going to attempt an experiment in how I got my news. I decided to turn off Twitter, Facebook and Reddit. Instead of them, I opted for utilizing my subscriptions to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and The Economist. I also ended up using RSS feeds as well.
A little while back, I read an article in the New York Times by Farhad Manjoo about how he switched to reading newspapers instead of getting his news from Social Media.
So last Friday night, I was able to do something that I’ve been dreaming of for a while. I was able to skate outdoors on an ice rink in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
A year later, let’s see what happened in 2017 and what I’m looking at for 2018.
In an attempt to keep this site free from my political ramblings, but still wanting a place to talk about politics, I have decided to spin off a new site dedicated to my political opinions.
Sunday night, like many Star Trek fans sat down to watch the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery.
Recently, much has changed in regards to my presence on social media.