If you talk with me long enough, you’ll start to notice that I use some odd turns of phrases. I’ve picked most of them up from media of some sort – sometimes books, sometimes movies or TV shows – but they aren’t the sort of phrases you commonly hear repeated. I started jotting down a… Continue reading Keith-isms (or: Stuff Keith Says)
Today, November 15 2022, marks exactly 20 years since my wife Amanda and I said “I do” to each other in a simple civil ceremony (back when we couldn’t afford to do anything fancy). It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years now, but it’s also hard to believe how far we’ve come together. We’ve… Continue reading 20 Years
There is a common stereotype of programmers, which is that they are inherently good at multitasking due to the type of work we do. The idea is that you’re dealing with all sorts of things at once – the analogy of “juggling chainsaws” is often mentioned, as is how disruptive any sort of interrupting is… Continue reading Mental Multitasking
Good morning and happy Halloween! It’s not quite the perfect spooky level of fogginess, but we take what we can get.
There will be no end-of-year holiday letter for 2021 from us…