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Going Paperless

I always have a large stack of papers and receipts that I need to go through and file but never get around to. It moves around from place to place in my apartment because I never want to deal with it but don’t really have a place for it. I’ve redone filing systems in the […]

Why I Need A House

Today I realized once again that I really want to buy a house. Today this realization was primarily because I fell in love with a stove. I had to have some service done on my car’s alarm system. So I spent a couple of hours at Best Buy looking at all kinds of things. Toward […]

Interesting Correlations to GDP

I found a really interesting econometric paper via a blog I follow. It looks at one factor┬árelated to a country’s GDP that is apparently pretty significant. I know most of you just zoned out, but you really should read the following excerpt from the paper’s abstract: This paper explores the link between economic development and […]


I watched this video on TED today. It’s actually a pretty interesting video on computer viruses:

Kindle Edition

I’m pleased to announce that WilliamKrohn.com is now available on Kindle. You may subscribe here.

SOS Pads

I don’t know how many of you have ever really thought about SOS Pads, but they are really pretty amazing things. And it’s not just the fact that they are made of steel. I don’t know what they put in that blue soap powder, but it works wonders.

If Only I Had a Paper to Write

Just bought one of these. I really like it a lot. I’ve sat down at my computer several times since then just wishing that I had something significant to type so I could use it more. It feels really nice to type on it. It also connects to my computer through the same unifying receiver […]

Time Is Running Out

If you still need to make arrangements for your pet in case of the rapture today, you’ve only got 30 minutes left. You can get more information from Eternal Earth Bound Pets. Better hurry.

Jared’s Transplant Fundraiser

My cousin Jared was diagnosed with Acute Leukemia in January. He’s been in the hospital a lot since then going through chemotherapy and radiation. He will be receiving a bone marrow transplant this month which is vital for helping him stay in remission. The transplant is very expensive and he needs help raising the money […]

New Religious Beginnings

Some of my friends and family know, and others suspect, that I am either no longer active in the LDS Church or that I am at the very least not as stalwart as I should be. The time has come that I want to publicly clarify my position, and elaborate somewhat on how I have […]