When Polymorphism Fails I love Java. I love OOP. I love polymorphism. But polymorphism does not always solve every problem … Continue reading When Polymorphism Fails
Hypocrisy irritates me. Speaking of hypocrisy, this is an election year, and the GOP primaries are in full swing. This … Continue reading God and Guns: Vote GOP!
I was reading this article about House Speaker John Boehner making a huge fuss about the White House’s stand on … Continue reading Separation of Church and State
I saw this article at ZDNet (they’ve been ON FIRE lately!) about Facebook and Twitter and how they’re more addictive … Continue reading Facebook Addicting? That’s Ridiculous (I’m Totally Making That My Status)
I loved Napster. For about 10 bucks a month I could listen to whole albums, make playlists of my favorite … Continue reading Goodbye Napster. Goodbye Rhapsody.
There is no difference between strong and weak nuclear force, electromagnetic force and gravitational force. Force is force – and … Continue reading Deep Thoughts
Check out this latest Message Board entry at the Java Enterprise Open Source Application Architecture forum I manage at IBM … Continue reading Keep Your Enemies Closer