Your to-do list
It's easy to lose sight of your dreams when you're neck-deep in the day to day stuff you need to do just to survive. If you are at least taking time to make lists of things you need to get done, and prioritizing them at that, Paul Graham makes a …read more
Use your brain; lose your religion
Those who know me well will not be surprised to see me share a few articles on this topic. I've said for years that the most dangerous thing about leading a "faith based" life is that it dulls critical thinking. In order to live that way, you need to actively …read more
If you have a job, you need to read this.
"Although some meetings are inevitable, even necessary, the principle he's advocating here is an important one. Meetings should be viewed skeptically from the outset, as risks to productivity. We have meetings because we think we need them, but all too …
Christopher Aedo's Resume (firstname.lastname@example.org)
As an approachable geek I am as comfortable talking tech with a stranger in an airport as I am with my closest friends. Few things bring me more pleasure than digging deep into new technology in my spare time, building something around it, and then talking about what I learned …read more
Social networking is anti-social
For a brief time, I was bullish on social networking. I blame it on my natural human need to maintain consistency, since I was working at a company that was tangentially involved with social networking (i.e. if you don't make yourself believe at least a little bit in what …read more
UPDATE: There's an updated version of the recipe that is even tasier and slightly healthier too, check out the updated recipe here!
When I was growing up, almost every weekend my mom would cook these awesome pancakes for breakfast. They were a little different (and way better) than the standard …read more
I've been meaning to post little links more often, to interesting sites I find or books I really like (instead of saving up for one really big post every few months). This one will be a little bit long just because I've got a few things to note - in the …read more
tivo is for suckers
OK, that title is unfair. TiVo is pretty great, I bought a series 1 in 2000, and within the first year added a giant hard drive (120gb WAS pretty big in 2001!) and a network card. A year later I got DirecTV and the Philips TiVo that worked with DirecTV …read more