Monthly Archives: January 2005

Fair and Simple Tax System

The Center for American Progress, a progressive think tank, is introducing a proposal to overhaul the American tax code today.  While the proposal wouldn’t satisfy everyone, I think it’s much better than what we have and much better than what … Continue reading

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Finally started using Eclipse… but not for Java

For several years, I’ve been using IntelliJ IDEA from JetBrains, so I’ve never seen a need to move to Eclipse.  However, this weekend, I finally tried out Eclipse.  It worked very well for me, but I plan to continue using … Continue reading

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The pain of Windows

I’ve had a dual-boot setup on my laptop and my desktop for a while.  I’ve blogged before about my experiences converting to Linux.  Well, I’m still more in the Windows world than the Linux world, despite my best intentions.  On … Continue reading

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Long Way Round – Chasing Shadows Across the World

Long Way Round: Chasing Shadows Across the World by Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman is a fun travelogue.  Famous actor Ewan McGregor loved to ride motorcycles and needed a change from his job, so he had an idea: riding a … Continue reading

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