My best fried, Gabe Frost, who is now a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft was interviewed by on10.net. This site caters to following innovation within the Microsoft products. In the following video Gabe shows the "play to" feature available in Windows 7 (The OS coming next after Vista). Now excuse me as I get up to go start the music on my living room stereo.
We each know different things from our past to bring into the present.Never, for one moment think of yourself anything less than my equal. . . or anyone else for that matter.In my opinion materiality, knowledge, income, does not define us as being more than or less than another. Our being manifested through our morals and our ethics are the two tools I use to define if I am better or “need improvement” in comparison to another. Consequently I have a lot of room for improvement when I compare myself to my Dad, and have come a long way when comparing myself to some of my peers. Either way, it’s simply where we are. . . Where we are is a state of being, not unrest. That is so easy to say yet sometimes completely intangible to feel.
As an atheist I do not believe in the existance of God or Allah. I do, however, find peace when I am engaged with people, or myself in everything enjoyable.
I thought this quote properly reflected my time in life. Read into into it what you will.
Macbeth has made his decision to kill the King and take the crown as his own. Inspired in part by his own ambition, the decision to murder Duncan is aided by the prophecies of the Witches as well as the insistent urging of his wife. Still, Macbeth is wracked with guilt over what he is about to do, and his mind races with thoughts of such evil action. He begins to hallucinate and sees a bloody dagger in the air, which will be his instrument of murder. He goes on to comment on the wickedness of the world, thoughts which are interrupted by the ringing of the bell, a signal from Lady Macbeth that Duncan's guards are drugged and sleeping. He goes off to complete the dire deed. Shakespeare's Macbeth is notable for hallucinations, terrifying dreams, witches, prophecies and all of the combining forces of nature which lead to chaos and murder in the gloomy countryside of Scotland.