- Steven Wright"Curiosity killed the cat, but for a while I was a suspect."
- Steven Wright
Category Archives: Administration
A post here a post there. I I’ve been doing a little blogging about, or maybe it was some web maintenance. The good people that I work for, Process Control Outlet, have a blog that we used to keep pretty … Continue reading
As we close out the old year and start the new one, it is a good time to get look at where we are. Most of us tend to think the world is pretty bad shape. Maybe it’s not as … Continue reading
They had a demonstration in my old home town of Brockton Mass. Despite the concerns of some. The demonstration was peaceful, ordely and well coordinated. BPD was friendly and kept traffic moving.
Its been a while since I’ve changed the basic look of the Blog. I upgraded the old Twenty-Eleven Word Press Theme to the new Twenty-Fourteen theme. For the first time I am using a three column format. Long time readers … Continue reading
I changed the Tagline of the blog to today. from “Observations of a Yankee Living in Galveston” to “Radio Free Galveston”. The old Tagline was lame and didn’t reflect about what the blog is really about. The new one in … Continue reading
My trusty little Intel Atom based desktop died a couple weeks ago. This was a an Ubuntu based system was very inexpensive and yet functional. I replaced it with a new modern Dell. Its $600 price tag was double what … Continue reading
I found out today that our planet is a little poorer, We lost Art Hewitt. Art was a remarkable guy who lead a remarkable life. As a young man he got shot down over Austria, and was a POW near … Continue reading
Updated the apearance of the blog a little, The header picture was taken at Galveston State Park, this last August. The Theme is an upgrade from Twenty Ten to Twenty Eleven. Pretty much the default but it works. I plan … Continue reading
I had the privilege working on a project a few years ago. It was an experiment for creating a drug delivery system for targeted cancer cures or MEPS. A lot of people poured their hearts and souls into, but so far not … Continue reading