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Welcome to my home page. I would briefly describe myself as a blind computer programmer who loves meditation and Qigong. I work in Linux, Android, and iOS. I write articles about blindness, technology, and my weird spiritual adventures. You will also find some of my random projects, and you can contact me if you wish.

My New Blog

August 17, 2017

“That which has been spoiled through neglect can be rejuvenated through effort.” - I Ching

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Back to my Open Source Roots

August 09, 2017

So much has happened, I hardly know where to begin. I haven’t written any articles in a while and have pretty much stayed off social media, except for an occasional Frank Zappa quote or some random bit of interesting information. I decided to not comment on politics because I didn’t want to offend a portion of my readers. Suffice to say that I suspected that Trump would win as soon as he didn’t raise his hand to pledge his loyalty to the republican party. When he did win a lot of people around me freaked out but I remained mostly calm, having long suspected it. I felt really good with myself and my world view. In other words, something had to change.

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Can a Blind Person Brew Kombucha?

August 02, 2017

I love Kombucha! Ever since I first tried it at Whole Foods I had wanted to learn more. When I learned that Inspired Brews would have a brewing class, I decided to sign up. I enjoyed the class, and just finished successfully brewing my first batch.

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Fake News from my Real Senses

July 28, 2017

I had a fascinating experience while floating. For those who don’t know, floating means spending time in a sensory deprivation tank, floating in water with epsom salt. I go to Halcyon Floats once a month. It helps me stay centered in our stupid always-on society.

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My New Meditation Cushion

July 26, 2017

After twenty years of regular use, I finally had to get a new meditation cushion. As with my previous one, I decided to go back to Dharma Crafts. This time I got an organic one with traditional buckwheat hulls. As the description says, it feels like sitting on sand. This appealed to me because I enjoy meditating. I received it today and immediately fell in love. I have a new cushion for a new phase. Now I need to write about my new blog.

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