Tag: "time"

Standing inside what could be.

June 9th, 2017
To some, the place might seem like any old, big woods. To me, it was something far greater. more »

Messing with the Time

March 6th, 2015
One great example of man's manipulative ways is standardized time. Timekeeping -- the incremental measurement of the position of the sun -- was created to support bureaucratic, religious, and social activities nearly 6,000 years ago. It partitioned day… more »

A Moment of Silence

May 24th, 2013
“We will never forget.” Ah, but we do. Life has a funny way of filling our thoughts with other things. more »

One Thing a Week: Set Your Preference

June 15th, 2012
Set Your Preferences Ah, the personal computer. Once thought a luxury, a frivolous expense, a product few people would find useful in their home, computers have now infiltrated not only our desktops, but also our pockets, our cars, our living rooms,… more »

Backspacing My Way Through Life.

February 8th, 2012
"We can always change it later," the client said to me as I was waiting for his decision on whether or not to print the piece we'd been working on for days. I sighed. It was his money, his time, and his frustration that would be wasted if we didn't just… more »