From April, 2016

Haters: Sometimes They Really Don’t Want to Be You

“People hate you because they want to be you.” In so many words, this and phrases like it are uttered time and time again to the downtrodden, misrepresented, misunderstood, and supposedly unique persons. The phrases are thrown around in so many different syntactical permutations, each attempting to place varying sympathetic emphasis on the victim of the perceived indifference, and always intended to antagonize the perpetrator(s). The goal, invariably, is to fortify the self-esteem of the victim and to embolden them in remaining vigilant against nay-sayers from all perspectives so that they will continue to be the individuals that they are.…

Configuring Apache Cordova with JetBrains WebStorm

Stepping back into the mobile arena after a bit of an absence, I decided to take a bit of advice from a gentleman who sat in on my 2014 Ohio Linux Fest lecture “Android Development on Linux” (generously, and anonymously, curated on the Internet Archive) and look not just at Android but at cross platform. For the longest time, this has always been a topic of considerable consternation. One has to think, upon reflection of the history of technology, that we’ve experienced in some ways a regression to the days when cross platform littered the landscape and was, in certain…

Personal Appraisal

Quod siquis vera vitam ratione gubernet, divitiae grandes homini sunt vivere parvo aequo animo; neque enim est umquam penuria parvi. But if you’d steer your life by a philosophy that’s true, The way to be the wealthiest of men is to eschew High living, and be contented in the mind – for there has never…