I hate the great outdoors; at least the part of it where I have to make it ‘great’. Regina has a backyard garden which she has planted fruit trees, flowers and other shrubbery. Over the last few years it really has gone to the weeds with the trees being the only recognizable thing in it. … Read More “Gardening by Richard” »
Author: Richard Chennault
Quick blog entry: Robert Reiche has a blog. His blog is awesome. Read his blog. I’d love to have him sign my copy of Supercapitalism that he wrote but it is an e-book. optical networkshttp://robertreich.blogspot.com/
William S. Chennault, 94 years, passed away on February 26, 2009 in his home. Bill was born January 2, 1915 in New Orleans, LA to Claire Lee Chennault and Anna Mae (Griffin) Chennault.
Over the years I’ve been reading a series of books about culture and communication. I believe my interest stem from my fascination with history starting from early Roman to modern times. I’m fascinated with the way we as a species have developed over the past two millennium. What is of particular interest is how societies … Read More “Death of Democracy; long live Capatalism” »
At some point in the history of my blog I had installed a plugin that activated a piece of wordpress code that duplicated all post meta-data custom fields into each post. This resulted in my database being crammed full of meta-data for each post that did not use that meta-data. While this did not affect … Read More “Duplicate postmeta in WordPress” »
My tire air pressure gauge on my Prius has been on for two weeks now. There is a air pump at a gas station right on the way to work. I avoid it like the plague. Why? I mean really it will only take five minutes but yet I still don’t go. Why this procrastination … Read More “Daily Blog: Monday Dec 29” »
Nice title. Anyway. In the book The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere Jurgen Habermas writes of the mid 17th European culture with respect to the ability of the non-ruling classes to congregate and discourse on things other than a life of servitude. These groups of people were freed from economic servitude from their royal … Read More “Inquiry into Supercapatilism through the lens of the public sphere” »
Today’s activities are: 1. Enjoy a good Dim Sum lunch at Golden Island in Milpitas. 2. Stop by Costco to pick up some vitamins. 3. Stop by ToysRus for some buy one get on free action on Leapster cartridges. 4. Stop by the Nishihiras for some free cookies. 5. Sort out the donation pile for … Read More “Daily Blog Sunday Dec 28, 2008” »
The last year has seen a marked decrease in the amount of entries to my blog. Several reasons come to mind. First this blog is really for me and not so much for other to learn about me. Admittedly some entries like the Lost Chennault’s have received a fair number of views most of … Read More “I'm not writing much” »
WordPress 2.7 has a quick post feature;good. Trying to post using quick posy with a blackberry 8830; not good. It works but not an optimal way to post a blog entry from a mobile phone. Dear lazyweb what is a good blackberry app that can post blog entries to wordpress?