XYDEXX - Directory of Things

October 25, 2015

Kittens! Everyone loves them!

Welcome to the newly-renovated Xydexx Directory of Things. This area contains a few recipes I've tried out: pumpkin-raisin bread, cranana bread, and oatmeal raisin cookies. I baked a batch of oatmeal raisin cookies this afternoon. They are yummy and good and all mine. There used to be a time when I could babble on at the rate of 3,000 words an hour, and it might be a good idea to start doing that again. In the meantime, website renovations will continue. There is a possibility Xydexx_ebooks material will end up here. Nothing's been decided yet. We'll see how it goes.

There are some additional things in this area: Some current events (which are no longer current), an old listing of guides (which are in need of updating), some historical information relevant to the Hudson Valley, a few random babblings, and discussions about robot ponies. These are mostly distractions, however, in case you've stumbled across this page by accident and are wondering what this is all about. Imagine it's a filing cabinet filled with miscellaneous scribbled notes that were meant to be filed away in a more organized fashion at some later date, but instead forgotten. That is what this is.

Mission Statement of the Damned

"The burgeoning global approximations marketplace is accelerating to an emergent cusp of the inevitable tipping point, and we recognize that our existing organization is asymetrically hyper-qualified and strategically positioned to advance our industry-leading best-practice business modeling to the next challenge level and utilize 110% out-of-the-box, scalpel-in-hand synergistic thinking. Actively leveraging best-in-breed thought leadership by example with battle-hardened personnel and C-level, securely networked E-technology, we dedicate each other to promote silos of excellence through impactful force projection upon the global marketplace and actualize positive international brand recognition as the gold standard, premiere provider of world-class services that are not merely baked in, but future-forward and unsurpassed by anything except our own expectations."