My World of Baseball Cards: Digital and Physical

If you've known me for any length of time, you know that I love the sport of baseball. I've enjoyed it my entire life; I've played it, coached it, even umpired it. (That's what a "referee" in baseball is called.) But what is probably my all-time…

From John Locke to Jeremy Bentham.—1

When not fishing in the bodies of water containing the many modern authors such as C.S. Lewis, Nevil Shute and George Orwell, I intend to spend as much of my spare moments of time as possible in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.  My main…

Corrupted soldered on memory.

So my old, but not heavily used, laptop is starting to become very slow and I've had some out of the blue crashes. It's a Sony Vaio ultraportable bought back in 2013. At the time it was quite good, SSD disk and a light package.…

Digital will never replace my physical media

As a long time collector of different media (video games, music, movies, etc.), I think the most concern for me, regarding digital media, is the uncertainty that what you collected has the potential of one day unexpectedly disappearing on…

The boring market report, Feb 3rd 2021

We talked about the short squeezes, which if coordinated, can lead to strong bull markets. This is usually the case when prices reach an area around the one year high, which is seen as resistance, and so many are shorting to benefit from a price…

Listening to the Weather

I find the weather forecasts here to be somewhat lacking. To make up for this I usually grab my scanner and press the weather button but I am finding that too easy. (I do like make things difficult for myself.) …