xcode right key disabled

I just wanted to make a quick note for anyone else that might have this very strange behavior when messing around in XCode. I was messing with making an iOS app and found that I couldn’t use the right key while editing code; it would just beep at me. After searching for a solution and […]

why fitbit is still terrible

Not too long ago, I started using the Fitbit One. I’d been toying with the idea of buying one for a few months, and then a friend of mine purchased one. He told me all about the neat little features (minus the need to constantly sport a bracelet), and not long after, I too was basking […]

the wise are children who know

But the adult is not the highest stage of development. The end of the cycle is that of the independent, clear-minded, all-seeing Child. … Why do the enlightened seem filled with light and happiness like children? Why do they sometimes even look and talk like children? Because they are. The wise are Children Who Know. […]

not an impostor but an imitator

Recently, I read an essay by Nick Campbell, titled “Polymath the Impostor.” This really hits home for me, because I’ve been a long-time sufferer, despite having the knowledge that the syndrome exists. As Nick puts it, “despite any praise you receive or even a whiff of dissatisfaction from those in charge of your paycheck, you feel […]

icuremelanoma 5k results

While I’m not sure I’d call it my best time running a race, I feel like I did a fair job after rolling my ankle at the beginning of March. And while I was doing somewhere in the neighborhood of eight (8) minute miles when I last got into running, read Born to Run and was […]