Geek Cuisine — Eat your vegetables.

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If my mamma could see me now…. Mom left us for a better place back in 1997. Here we are 16 years later and oh would she be so proud of me. You see, I’m what’s known as a picky eater. Now looking me, you wouldn’t think food would be a problem, but the simple… Read more »

Math Meme’s

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Occasionally you will see simple math problems posted on Facebook or other social networks with problems that look easy to solve, but test your understanding of algebraic operators.  One such post is: 3 + 3 x 3 – 3 + 3 = This was asked today and there were several results that came back.   The… Read more »

On being Omniscient

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Being called a “Know-it-all” had a very negative connotation growing up.  Being the smarty pants comes off as elitist, egotistical and, well snooty.  No one likes to be made “a fool of” in front of their peers when their knowledge is called into question.  I some times wonder if that’s part of this country’s anti-science… Read more »


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bal·ance /ˈbaləns/ Noun: An even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady. Verb: Keep or put (something) in a steady position so that it does not fall: “a mug that she balanced on her knee”. When my brain got going this morning, it was churning on this week’s American politics:… Read more »

Who won the election? Math did.

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It’s a Wednesday morning and I’m driving to work.  It’s no normal Wednesday, but the Wednesday after the 2012 Presidential Election.  It’s not my normal route, but my normal Wednesday route since I have to swap vehicles with my wife.  In front of me I see a car with a bumper sticker that reads, “I… Read more »

My iPhone 5 . . . Its Here!!! Its Here!!!

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There will be plenty of sites doing the whole unboxing thing, so I’m not going to waste your time (or mine, I want to get to the phone too bad to take photos……  UPS arrived punctuational on time this morning around 9:12 or so, well before their 10:30 deadline.  I heard the truck pull up… Read more »

Programming 101 Part 2 — Decision Making and Flow Control

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In Part 1 of this series about computer programming for beginners, we examined a simple program that added two numbers together and printed out the results, which isn’t all that useful. If we think back to the tire changing example, the steps we wrote are far from complete. We have to remove multiple lug nuts… Read more »

Why I hate my new (retina) iPad

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I know that’s probably not what anyone would expect to hear about this incredibly amazing device. I mean the screen is freakin’ mind-blowing sharp.  The battery life is impressive.  It’s a great form factor to carry around and actually use. That’s the problem. You see, I’ve been in a two year, very hot relationship with… Read more »

Kindle Fire — A hands on review

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I have been building mobile apps for over a year now and I’ve recently started building for Android as well as for Apple iOS. Android provides some interesting challenges since there are three major markets to sell your app: Google Play, and Barnes & Noble’s Nook Color/Tablet app store. In addition to three markets… Read more »

Geek Cuisine — Making Cornbread

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Growing up in the heart of Kentucky farm land, a staple of our diet was Cornbread. For those who have never had cornbread. it is really more cake like than bread.  You don’t slice it in to thin slices and put sandwich meat or peanut butter and jelly on it.  Instead its typically baked in… Read more »

Understanding “SCOPE” for beginning programmers.

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Scope is a term used to describe where a particular asset, be it a variable, object, array or function is available to be accessed. It’s an important concept that needs to be grasped to avoid bugs and reduce the amount of time you spend developing code. Since the primary audience for this will be posting… Read more »

Why my SEO sucks.

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Search Engine Optimization or SEO is the tricks that webmasters and content producers do to get their websites and articles to rank as high as possible in sites like Google, Bing and Yahoo when people put in words and phrases to find content.   Some people consider it an art form, others voodoo, but its magical,… Read more »

The Beatles – Let it be! Music Perfection?

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  Like most people, I have several playlists for my Audio Collection.  I listen to a lot of music at work and I’ve dedicated playlists to each day of the week.  Monday is mostly dark and depressing songs (Daniel Powter’s “Bad day”, songs that reference Monday (Bangles “Manic Monday”).  Friday is loaded with beach and… Read more »