Thank you for visiting.
My name is Daniel Howard. I grew up in Chicago, and I live in
San Francisco Brooklyn
Mountain View Sunnyvale, CA. I was born in 1976:
the year of the American Bicentennial. I have a Bachelor's degree in
English Rhetoric, but I make my living as a Systems Administrator.
I enjoy writing, and I started publishing on the web in 1995, and an online journal in 1996. I will introduce you further on the Welcome page, or you can start exploring on your own . . .
Platters of magnetic discs spinning at a constant speed. When you read a track on the outer part of the platter, you get more data than when you read from closer to the center.
My metrics for success are whether or not my solutions work for my users, whether they further the mission of my enterprise, and whether they are cost-effective, in terms of time and money.
You stick your foot in the river, and you feel the tug of the currents: this one fast and warm, that one slow and cool.
Today, I am proud of my country.
What is the point of a one-on-one?
The real trick is to work around a bug whereby the target disk needs to be created.
If only I could easily manage my VMs on Ubuntu . . .
TODO: Maybe include recent comments and / or popular posts . . . Flickr? Yelp?