My wife knows me so well and gave me a little tech love in the form of an iPhone themed Valentines day card. Also, TechMusings turns 1 year old today, not bad for a little hobby of mine.
If you have ever wondered how Apple fanboys react during a typical Apple Keynote, here's a little video that shows the exuberance, wonder, amazement, and yes, even disappointment that every fanboy goes thru. Guilty as charged. Hilarious.
Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the Moon, and true American hero has passed away. He was 82 years old. Although I was too young to remember Apollo 11 and Armstrong's first steps on a foreign world, I do remember many of the following moon landings which fueled my interest in anything space-related. The space program, starting with President Kennedy's famous speech with words of enthusiam for America to reach beyond and be mankind's embassador to another world, has captivated many individuals hearts and minds. Thousands of people worked (and some gave their lives), tirelessly and without hesitation to make Neil Armstrong's first step on the Moon a reality. Armstrong was a great role model and his mark on history is forever engrained in the minds and hearts of those who reach for their dreams whether they be here on the terrestrial confines of our world or beyond.
Rest In Peace, Neil. Godspeed on your journey to (yet) another place.
Rest in peace Gary Carter. As a life-long Mets fan, I fondly remember all the joy and excitement Gary Carter brought to the Mets and their fans. He was the missing piece of the '86 World Series champs. A true champion, sportsman, and team player, the hall of fame catcher will always be remembered as "The Kid".
Thank you Gary for all the joy you brought to my life, the Mets, and to baseball fans. Rest in peace.
As an avid tech fan I look forward to sharing my tech experiences both personally and professionally with those that have similar interests and passion for technology.