Sunday, April 17th, 2011


What do people live for?

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Watch this video, and then answer the question in the comments: what do you live for?  Yes, it’s a commercial, but it’s a darn good one.

inception’s plot, illustrated

Friday, August 27th, 2010

Over on fastcodesign, I found an amazing infographic by Rick Slusher that succeeds in visually explaining the incredibly-intricate plot of this summer’s blockbuster hit, “Inception”.  Warning – spoilers ahead!  Below is a small version of the graphic.  Click it to see the full-resolution version.  The full-res version is quite big, drag to scroll around it or right click to download it. (more…)

the new, awesome van

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

A picture’s worth a thousand words, right?  Check it out:

This lovely behemoth is my new ride!  It’s got a half-ton truck engine in it and when you put the pedal to the metal, the old girl’s got guts!  She’s got plenty of cargo space as well, you can fit a 12-foot roll of carpet inside!  I’m enjoying learning how to drive such a big vehicle, and the feeling of power it gives me to hear her low rumble. (more…)


Sunday, August 23rd, 2009


Friday, August 14th, 2009

What a great video!! I really enjoyed watching it.

my twitter comes of age

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009
followers > following!

followers > following!

I now have more people following me than I am following! I somehow feel like I’ve come of age in the Twitter world. I’m pretty new to the Twitter world, my account is less than a year old.  I didn’t quite understand it at first, when a friend explained it to me – it took a lot of experimenting on my own to figure it out.  But now that I’m on it I love it.  I especially love using the TwitterFox extension for FireFox – it turns Twitter into a truly real-time stream of updates from people I care about, and allows me to almost use Twitter as an instant messaging protocol.  I also love that Twitter has so many apps that interface with it, it’s available through WordPress here at my blog, and from my iPod touch, etc.  Twitter is truly a modern-day phenomenon.  It allows me to quickly communicate my thoughts on pressing issues to an audience of people that is different from Facebook and other accounts I may have.  I use it to comment on science and technology articles, shamelessly promote my content, and occasionally tell people what I’m doing at work or at my recording studio (shameless plug).  Here’s to Twitter and more growth to come! Follow me on Twitter @kheftel