Month: May 2005

  • The Force: choose your side

    A friend and I were chatting today, in light of the recent Star Wars movie, about the differences between the light side and dark side of “The Force.” The dark side is described as being, “quicker, easier, more seductive.” With so many video games out there that allow you to choose which side best suits […]

  • The Smunday logic

    I got home from church the other day and proceeded with my normal routine: check messages, lunch, change clothes, nap… in that order. The funny thing that happened was that evening as I was getting ready for the next day. As I was folding my clothes, a thought went through my head, “why should I […]

  • Lately, I’ve been getting crushed with side-work. Freelancing is great, but sometimes it just feels like I can’t breathe. Yesterday, I got commissioned to do a job for GM. I got the necessary files last night at 8:30. Turn-around time 8am this morning. Full animation, heavy custom text effects, and a new music score. So […]

  • Dance Dance

    Ruth and Matthew came to visit again this weekend. We played Dance Dance Revolution again this weekend. I thought you’d all like to see the “dangling-spaghetti” dance: See Ruth dance.

  • It’s been a while since I blogged. A lot has happened since my last post. Here’s the short of it: Played Airsoft with the youth group at church, counseled my sister to strive for meekness in her marriage, played putt-putt with Natalie (shot a 42), raced the go-karts with a pack of Girl Scouts (kicked […]