The iPad Pro Chronicles: Web Browsers

Probably the biggest thing holding the iPad back honestly not its limitation on multitasking or access to the backend of the OS. Nay, I say. It is the browsers. Alternatively, the limitation of access to the backend. File Management As Federico Viticci of Macstories and some others have mentioned there are some tweaks and hacks … Continue reading The iPad Pro Chronicles: Web Browsers

An Actor Prepares: On Revenant, DiCaprio, and the Silly Things Actors Do in Order to Play Pretend

He risked hypothermia, he ate bison liver, and slept in an animal carcass. Or so actor Leonardo DiCaprio, claims. These are just of some of the stupid things he and other actors like him do when playing pretend. All in pursuit of Oscar glory. But will he finally get the golden statue named Oscar which … Continue reading An Actor Prepares: On Revenant, DiCaprio, and the Silly Things Actors Do in Order to Play Pretend

Social Medicine & Che Guevara: An Historical Observation

In January 1959, the world woke up to the Cuban Revolution and the overthrow of the former Cuban dictator, Flugencio Batista. Fidel Castro, the leader of this revolution, would shortly become and long remain a thorn in the side of the United States government. The revolution’s other leader, Dr. Ernesto “Ché” Guevara would influence not … Continue reading Social Medicine & Che Guevara: An Historical Observation

Poetry, Stars, and Violence: An Essay on Mexican Folklore

In Ireland it’s known as The Troubles, in Colombia it’s known as La Violencia, and in Costa Chica, México, there is not definitive name for it but it is definitely historical, as well as, contemporaneous. With Ireland and México, the past gives the present meaning and the present returns the favor. The kinds of people, … Continue reading Poetry, Stars, and Violence: An Essay on Mexican Folklore