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June 13, 2007 [ More archived home pages here ]

From Hodgepog to Homogeneous

The above image, Heart of Digital Passages is the cover from my iTunes Music Store album

Today's song is Suite: Judy Blue Eyes by Crosby, Stills, and Nash, released in 1969.

The second woman I loved in life helped me be a more open person. It's just about 37 years ago when we started our serious relationship. She was special, she loved me differently than my first love did. She never tried to hurt me which was a significant change for me.

Today's song reminded me of her as it played in my iTunes Library. She used to enjoy dancing to it in a romantic way. The message title is also for her. In 1970-71 she moved my life back from one of sadness to happiness. She had a good heart and great personality.

Our relationship didn't come to full fruition for us. But I think of her in kind ways now and then. She helped put me back on-track with her love. Thank you.

Less than two years after she and I parted, I married Sherry. Life's path continues for Sherry and I into our 35th year of marriage. I've been a lucky man. I've had women that really loved me.


My city government now publishes advance copies of the presentations for upcoming community meetings. Back on November 10, 2006, I wrote about my experience the night before at a city government function.

I complained very loudly at that community workshop because the presentations used that night were not provided to citizens in advance and as a result, left citizens at a disadvantage in preparing our arguments against the proposed projects. I'm happy to see that such materials are now placed in the open for us. Thank you.


My brother is now the Police Chief where he lives. He started in law enforcement at the entry level decades ago. Now after other career paths, he is at the top. I am very happy for him and proud.


I watched Steve Jobs deliver the 2007 WWDC Keynote. I look forward to Leopard's release in October.


Mac vs. PC cost analysis: How does it all add up?. Don't forget, you can run the better MacOS on a Mac-Intel alongside with Windows, something you can't do on a PC.


My friend, Iman, whom I mentored when he was a high school student, graduates college this Saturday with a degree in Software Engineering from CalPoly. He has a great job lined up for himself. I am very happy for him. I hope to see him soon.


See Rome Reborn in a virtual environment and do as they do there. :-)


Take a look at this visual representation of the United States Federal Budget.


I feel totally all-together today as I complete this message with the following Digital Insight.

Heart's On Fire (Created in August 2005)

As an artist, I feel a great many emotions and express them freely in my art and writings. It is a passion of mine that lay undiscovered until that talent emerged in me in 1997. Its presence is woven into my character nowadays in almost every thing I do.

Some ideas and feelings of mine are strongly motivated. There are certain aspects of my life that will not be held back from completion. To say that I apply 100% of my energies to those subjects is an understatement. My heart is one fire and it will not be quenched!

The image is my attempt to illustrate the core of my being and the flames of passion as I sense them inside. May it be the same for your passions. This image is also available as a QuickTime movie which is about 4 seconds long and 1/2 MB in size.

Using my own words, I quote a portion from that page's narration:

"Remember that love you once held or still hold onto a noticeable degree? Maybe you're lucky and your partner in love still loves you as they first did long ago? Such relationships keep the magic going and going with no batteries required."


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