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 . . .
As I see it: cycling may not be elitist, but it is definitely more accessible to privileged folks, so if you have the privilege to “work at the edge of possibility” you should consider taking it, in hopes of helping to normalize a beneficial activity and make it more accessible over time.
The computer the fastest part of the disk first, and as the disk gets filled up, it uses the slower parts.
“We’ll leave it there! Well, except for one more comment about helmets that I want to read here, from Daniel . . .”
“Too many people who bought in the past seem set on protecting theirs with little regard for the next or future generations.”
Democrats should continue holding themselves to moral and ethical standards.
In those days if you bought something from a guy on the Internet it was a leap of faith that you’d send off a check and get what you expected in return.
Notes from a great article in the Economist on the hidden costs of free parking.
TODO: Maybe include recent comments and / or popular posts . . . Flickr? Yelp?