Archive for June, 2011

DrFaulken’s Guide to the P90 Workout Series

DrFaulken’s Guide to the P90 Workout Series

I know you want to start right off with home exercise routine P90X, but you may want to consider starting off with some of the other BeachBody workouts. Here’s my recommended order for some of their beginner programs.

MicroSD USB Reader Review

MicroSD USB Reader Review

Using these small MicroSD to USB card readers is an integral part to reducing the number of memory card types I have in the house. It’s super easy to transfer data from mobile devices and digital cameras to my computer.

Posted in: review, technology
Standing Up at Work: Week 2

Standing Up at Work: Week 2

So, it’s been two weeks since I started standing up at work to avoid the potential health ramifications of sitting all day. It’s been a lot easier than I thought, and most of the problems have been social and not physical. Here are my thoughts after standing up for most of the work day. Tags: […]

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Empathy Quotient Online Quiz

Empathy Quotient Online Quiz

Empathy is the ability to recognize emotions in other people and yourself, and the capacity to share feelings that are expressed by other creatures. The topic of empathy came up recently on Ars Technica when discussing the demise of Ryan Dunn. One of the forum members linked to an online quiz for determining one’s empathy […]

Anti-Mosquito Mosquito and Tick Repellent App by Pico Brothers Review

Anti-Mosquito Mosquito and Tick Repellent App by Pico Brothers Review

I review the Anti-Mosquito app from Pico Brothers. Although the app claims to repel ticks with high pitched frequencies, it doesn’t work. In fact, my test tick climbed on top of the phone.

Random Motorcycling Tip #23: Seeing in the Rain

Random Motorcycling Tip #23: Seeing in the Rain

My favorite time to ride is early in the morning in the spring or fall, when the sky is lightly cloudy, the sun bright, and the air crisp. My second favorite time to ride is in a heavy torrential downpour that chases cars from the highway like a light does to roaches. Riding in the […]

Posted in: motorcycling
Concealed Carry on a Motorcycle

Concealed Carry on a Motorcycle

With a little bit of planning and foresight you can carry a concealed handgun safely while riding a motorcycle. I explain my personal decisions and carry methods, including on-person and on-bike.

Gibberish is on Facebook

Gibberish is on Facebook

I’ve discovered that some of my readers visit my blog every day, regardless if there’s a new post or not. Some of my readers visit every few weeks, and read a ton of posts in a row. Still others subscribe to my blog’s RSS feed. I created a Facebook page for Gibberish a week and […]

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“The Heart and the Fist” Book Review

“The Heart and the Fist” Book Review

I’d say my peer group has a 60% overlap in beliefs, education, and upbringing. The fringe topics include gun ownership, equal rights, social outreach, religion, and economics. As I type that list out, I realize that’s just about every important topic ;). I guess what I am trying to say is that while I share […]

Posted in: preparedness, review
Stand Up For Your Health

Stand Up For Your Health

If you’re reading this page, chances are you’re a nerd. I have grown up working on the computer, playing video games, and watching television. That adds up to a lot of sitting. I sit less than I did even a year ago, but by my tally I’m in a chair or chair-like substance for 7 […]

Posted in: fitness & grooming