There was an article in the Economist ("In praise of a second (or third) passport; Multiple identities are natural. Citizenship laws should catch up") in January 2012 that talked about the benefits of dual citizenship and some of the issues with being an immigrant—even a contributing immigrant. Here's some of my story.
I'm finally getting a handle on my old home movies. Between 3 different tools I'm making them much more useful than they used to be. The tools I'm using are:
Thanks to Dave Coppit showing it to me, I am now the proud owner of an AeroPress coffee maker. It's like a super sophisticated french press (cafetière). You use espresso grind coffee, which gets a much nicer brew. It takes about as long to make a cup of this coffee as to make a cup of instant coffee, but it's infinitely better. It's a conversation starter in the office, too. Very geeky.
My first trip to the middle east, my first trip to Israel. These are my obvservations.
I got a Kindle recently. It is a glorified offline RSS reader for me. I missed the early days of Kindle sales when eBooks were really cheap. Now, the eBook version is the most expensive version out there. This is insane.