car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page


Canine Conundrum

Having grown up with dogs in my life from the very beginning,I often find myself feeling uneasy about my current lack of a four-legged companion. As I write this I have 297 full days left in the military,and along with some of the other things I’ve been mulling over (which college to attend,Read on…

Radio –Not Dead,but Different

My friend K,who,thorough his blog,was one of the principal inspirations for my own purchase of digital acreage,made a few remarks last month on the birthday of Minnesota Public Radio’s 89.3 FM –The Current which made me think about my own radio listening experience.

As a kid I can remember Read on…

Quotes of the Day

My friend Tim will often mention how much he likes the personalized Google page. I didn’t personally jump on the bandwagon until about a month ago,but it’s become one of my core Mozilla tabs.

Today’s edition of the Quotes of the Day featured three of my favorite quotable gentlemen,Hunter S. Thompson,George Read on…

Kicking off Version 2.0.1

Although armed with good intentions when I created it,I’ve long neglected this site.

A short explanation for this would involve lack of initiative,other projects,and a general absence of enthusiasm from mid-November through mid-December which derailed any development I might have otherwise undertaken.

I also couldn’t quite decide what direction I wanted to Read on…

Do Charitable Donations a Hero Make?

In a nice bookend to my post yesterday which touched on Bill Gates being one of TIME’s “Persons (sic) of the Year,”Wired News has featured a pair of commentaries on the philanthropic actions of Gates and his eternal adversary,Steve Jobs.

Leander Kahney column last week takes Steve Jobs to task for Read on…