The life which is unexamined is not worth living. -Plato, Apology

The letter X: Examination. Exploration. Express. X marks the spot. The unknown. A variable. Calculate x. Generation X. X-ray.

Heroic exploration involves discomfort & sharing acquired goods/knowledge.

on-site content < my off-site content < what I know < what is known < what can be known < the unknown

Every moment is a stroke on the canvas of Life. If Life is an art, then everyone should be both critic and artist.

It is not enough to answer: Why is something is good from a technical viewpoint? Everyone should also examine things from their personal viewpoint: How does something resonate with your life at the moment you experience it?

I used to call what I did "Research and Development", but I found that name too restrictive and stuffy. R&D seemed to draw my content towards {logic, examination, and science} at the cost of avoiding {intuition, experience, and faith}. Those two groups should fight and flow together.

Single-Paragraph About

This eponymous site is for me to take notes about my explorations which includes things like living, martial arts, philosophy, faith, playing, computers, programming, science, engineering, writing, politics, art, etc., etc.

Multi-Paragraph About

Site Purpose

The primary purpose of this site is for me to work with ideas. This includes: exploring, examining, expressing, creating, discovering, collecting, digesting, contemplating, regurgitating, rehashing, structuring, editing, rearranging, etc., etc., etc.. While it may seem selfish to write for myself, it does help ensure that what I write is earnest.

This site is not really about me, rather it is by me and for me.

This is a one-man site:

Other sites about this site

Here's a short listing of sites with an "About" this site. You can, of course, do this sort of thing for just about any site.

Accessibility

I make great efforts to make this site accessible, including implementing suggestions given by DiveIntoAccessibility.org, the W3C's Recommendation: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, and Accessibility at Microsoft and at MSDN. However, I may have failed to make all parts of this site accessible. As with most sites, this site works best when visually viewed on a regular computer with a decent sized monitor. In which case I do apologize to the following:

Here is a list of the access keys available on most pages on this site

I will try to denote access keys on this site by having the appropriate letter in a different color. EG: ISO 8601.

In HTML, the accesskey attribute enables keyboard shortcuts to put focus on specific elements. This is typically ALT+AccessKey or ALT+SHIFT+AccessKey for PCs, CTRL+AccessKey for Macs, and CTRL+AccessKey or for CTRL+SHIFT+AccessKey Unix. The usage depends on the browser. EG: For some browsers "ALT+H" or  "ALT" then "H" activates the browser's Help menu, while "ALT+SHIFT+H" activates the page's accesskey. For other browsers, "ALT" then "H" activates the browser's Help menu, while "ALT+H" or "ALT+SHIFT+H" activates the page's accesskey. Remember that a link that has focus is not necessarily clicked, so a typical sequence may involve pressing "ALT+H", then "ENTER".

Privacy Policy

I do my best to respect the privacy of others —usually friends, family, acquaintances, people who contact this site, and entities with whom I've signed some sort of legal document. I will do my best to discern what names, entities, correspondence, info, content, works, etc. should remain private. I understand because, in spite of this site, I'm an introvert.

Copyright

All original material on this site is distributed as follows:

You are free...

... under the following conditions:

I always try to use the content of others according to their wishes and give attribution. If you would like to use material that I did not create, then you should consider contacting the creator of that material.

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