Internet Censorship: Stop Gap Measure

Imagine a world where the DNS system means nothing, because the IPs would be all there was left. If government hands the reigns of Internet regulation over to companies they will make sure that new competition can’t enter the market place. While I love corporations (wouldn’t mind starting one someday), […]


Every so often a book comes along that speaks to me, sometimes it tells me something new, sometimes it tells me something I thought I knew well in a different and insightful way. This book was a mixture of both. Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions by […]


There have been numerous films based around the story of vampires. Nosferatu, Dracula, etc. However, I wanted to sink my teeth into the original literature that inspired the movies of fame. So I read through Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The book painted a much different picture than most of the movies showed. […]

The Consumer Comes First

Typically we see a large number of companies exploiting resources. Some are trying to make ends meet in a difficult economy, and I understand their doing their best. Supply chains can be a nightmare, and social media just makes every day one more chance to be attacked by the people […]

Breakthrough to Innovation

Breakthrough By: Paul Kurnit & Steve Lance happened to be a pleasant surprise. I expected it to have remarkable similarities to The 10 Faces of Innovation By Ideo co-founder Tom Kelley, it surprised me with a vast array of specific knowledge that I didn’t expect from such a book. Breakthrough, […]

Marx For Beginners

I’ll start off by saying, I am not a communist. Frankly, I believe a government should work for the people, by the people, and right now many of the worlds governments aren’t working so well. Hence why I decided to read up on the whole history and background of what […]

The Koran (My Religious Exploration)

When I set out to read the “holy” documents of other religions, I wanted to set aside some misconceptions. The books themselves helped me do that, but I also learned just how similar the religions are in their makeup and their construction. At the heart of even the Quran (or […]

The Nag Hammadi Scriptures

The Nag Hammadi Scriptures: Consists of the thirteen Nag Hammadi Codices, the Berlin Knostic Codex 8502, Codex Tchacos, and other Coptic Manuscripts. Reading them will expose you to the various incarnations of thought during early Christianity. Over 700 pages of translated and partial accounts and many non-traditional accounts of Jesus’ […]

Asian Philosophies: Buddha and Tao Te Ching

Probably the oldest recorded religious documents we have are the books from Asian descent. They harken back to before the bible is supposed to have been written. Clouded in mystery or clouded in ignorance I don’t plan to guess. There is however one thing I will admit, and that is […]

Sustainability Energy Environment

This concept is two t-shirts for the Sustainability Energy Environment initiative at the University of Dayton. One demonstrates the power of using a non-disposable cup, and the other demonstrates through visuals how your choice of lightbulb could save you a lot of unnecessary energy usage by telling you how many […]