My name is Lewis. I am also known as quietfanatic, or sometimes Midori. I am a multi-paradigm programmer, graduate of Westmont College, and alumni of the WebView2 team at Microsoft.
Sometimes I write things that are too long for Twitter, and this is where I put them. This site is all static HTML compiled by a Perl script and managed by a git repository. There is no comment system because I don't want one. If you want to contact me, please either use Twitter or send an email to lewis at wall dot org.
Below are some of the latest posts.
A: Could you do me a favor?
B: Sure, what is it?
A: In my father's stuff he left behind, was there a note or something that had something like a password on it?
B: You mean your password, the one to your, uh...
B: I thought you said before that you shouldn't know it, that it's dangerous. You could hurt yourself.
A: Yes, but I just can't stand it any more. I want to know. I think it's time.
Every time I try to get rid of it, it comes back. I can throw it at a lake, but it curves around in the air like a boomerang, and settles, gently, back into my hand. I can put it in the trash but it pops right back out. I once buried it five miles away, but when I got home it was sitting on my desk.[read more...]