Random Sunday

Time, Class Development, and Hyper-Focus

Time It amazes me how easily time gets away on me. I get so much of it is because I take on stuff that can end up overwhelming if I’m not careful. And I’m not always careful like I know I need to be. So, over the last couple weeks I ended up tired, pushing… Continue reading Time, Class Development, and Hyper-Focus

Random Sunday

Michigan, Sunburns, and Toads

Michigan I had an interesting thought strike me today. While on the way to the store, I saw a billboard advertising hiking up on the Upper Peninsula Michigan. Because I’m contemplating a trip out that way, I’d been checking out some maps and such of the area. Between the two, it struck me—how did UP… Continue reading Michigan, Sunburns, and Toads

Book Reviews

The Accidental Time Machine by Joe Haldeman

Title: The Accidental Time Machine Author: Joe Haldeman Genre: Science Fiction The Accidental Time Machine is the story of Matt Fuller, a MIT Grad Student who is failing out of his doctoral program and working as a lab assistant. While completing some routine work, he discovers one of his calibrators disappears for exactly one second.… Continue reading The Accidental Time Machine by Joe Haldeman

Book Reviews

Nova EXE by Q Parker

Title: Nova EXE Author: Q Parker Genre: Technothriller Disclaimer: I received an Advanced Reader Copy from the publisher for a fair and honest review. What would you do if something claiming to be an artificial intelligence pops up in your computer asking for asylum? Connor had to decide just that when Nova showed up claiming… Continue reading Nova EXE by Q Parker