Monthly Archives: June 2014

Unintended consequences – Fox uses Aereo ruling against Dish Hopper DVR

The Law of Unexpected Consequences may be in play with the Supreme Court’s ruling that Aereo was violating broadcaster copyright.  Aereo, which provided a service that allowed viewers to “rent” an antenna to record and stream local broadcasts over the … Continue reading

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I should have read this a while ago – The Alchemist

There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure – The Alchemist In preparation for my upcoming stay at the Shōganji Zen Retreat in Japan I asked them if there is anything I … Continue reading

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Photo of the week – Bicycle in Copenhagen

Sometimes when looking for photos you have look what’s around you.  When I was in Copenhagen last year walking around and exploring I noticed this bicycle leaning against the graffiti filled wall.  I immediately fell in love the contrast in … Continue reading

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How anyone can travel internationally

I’ve been asked time and time again how I am capable of traveling to so many different places and be gone for so long.  While I’m fortunate in some terms, such as a job that doesn’t care if I take … Continue reading

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