After reading some really stupid and insensitive remarks regarding recent tragedies in my news feed, I've decided Facebook is no longer the place for me. This was just one of many reasons, but it really made up my mind.
I thought I'd start a series of post showing off some of the old technical books in my library. First up: Fortran.
A Google+ community for Oklahoma Democrats. A place where we can discuss the issues of the day and help move Oklahoma forward. http://bit.ly/gokdems
I've come to realize, Audible has really changed my reading habits. Anymore I load up an Audible book on my iPod and putter around the house. It's letting me "read" and get stuff done. So it's great, and I'd recommend Audible to anyone. Unfortunately I now have a back log of books I want to actually read.
The day started out nice, but now its a little depressing. While I was off at the store, someone broke into the Jeep and stole my Sirius radio.
(I originally posted this over at Blog Oklahoma today) Can some one explain this? For the last few months I've only seen an average of 20 people viewing any given Facebook post when I have a possible viewing pool of over 300 people. ...
We got caught in a blizzard on February 25, 2013.
Hope you join me at these new Google+ Communities: Oklahoma; Oklahoma History; Oklahoma Democrats; Northwestern Oklahoma State University; and Elk City, Oklahoma.
It's been a few since the last episode of the Blog Oklahoma Podcast. Sorry about that. So until I can get my rear into gear, let's take a look back at some of the best music played on the Blog Oklahoma Podcast in this super Music Spectacular special playlist.
I was doing a little research on who we'll be voting for in the next couple of election cycles (2014 / 2016). I found most of the information publicly listed on the various state web sites. So I thought I'd go ahead and organize all of it into one Google Docs spreadsheet.