Nothing like taking a break from it all spending a weekend at Discovery Cove diving a coral reef, floating around in the water, and swimming with the dolphins. This huge 700 pound fellow is named Capricorn.
Twice the fun! I traded up from a single surface Falcon 2 170 and now am flying a dual surface Sport 2 135. She’s a feisty little thing, but I’m getting used to her. You won’t catch me giving up flying my sailplane, though!
It’s back to school time for me. I’m working on a Master’s of Liberal Arts in Information Technology with a concentration in Software Engineering from Harvard.
This should keep me busy, since I’m still a working full-time engineer. Whee!
I’ve added a photo gallery with the “best of” pics for my April ’06 trip to the U.K. Check it out! It was a wonderful trip. I fell in love with England, from the Cotswolds countryside to the hills of the Lake District, and the bustle of London. I plan to go back as often as I can.
And now for a shameless tooting of my own horn…it’s official, I completed my Software Engineering degree program Summa Cum Laude (4.0)! I will never ever ever again work full-time and carry a 22 hour course load. Yech!
I’ve bee infected with M.A.M.E. madness. For those of you who don’t know, M.A.M.E. is the Multi Arcade Machine Emulator which allows you to read ROM images of thousands of popular arcade games and play them on home computer software.
I have nearly completed my cocktail table style arcade machine. As I finish it up, I’ve started on an upright arcade cabinet also!