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Monthly Archives: December 2010

Cube-er-riffic

Well, just like any other developer of software, I work in a cube: No! Not that kind… this kind: Anyway, I have seen plenty o’ people’s cubes who’ve inspired me to do more with what I got! From one of my favorite animators, Jennifer Shiman, to Wired’s display of alternate cubes, I see that you […]

Game-o-rama

A while ago, I saw a review of Uncharted 2: Among Theives by Adam Sessler on X-Play; he gave the game really good reviews and I don’t ever recall him giving any game such praise. When I bought my PS3, I looked to see what game to buy and I remembered about Sessler’s review of […]

What is a blog

I was reading something on a new site, probably CNN or MSNBC when I saw an advertisement to read someone’s blog. The first time I read a blog entry was by a U.S. marine, many years ago, it was litterally a day by day account of what this person did. It was an interesting site […]

eBay equals awesome

This week, as I usually do around this time of year, I make space in my home for the possible new things I am getting for the holidays. Doing that means that they, they being the old products of mischief and fun that I am getting rid of, must vacate my home in preparedness for […]

Lego kicks butt

I saw this featured on The Firearm Blog, and it is a parody of “Call of Duty: Black Ops” featuring Legos. Warning, content contains violence and blood and may not be suitable for all viewers:

A moment of reflection

A while ago I joined the facebook network. When I started to fill the part about me in the profile section, it reminded me of something that started out a while ago. Finding Programming Zen A while ago, I worked for the marketing and research company, NPD. While I was there, I met some interesting […]

Another Cocoa technology I had to battle with

So, I was messing around with a Cocoa app I created to test out some imaging code I had created. The point of this code was to deliver a really large image in smaller tiles and the Cocoa app would take those images and stitch them together into one large image. Now, the code I […]

Christmas Gift Ideas for…

If you are having a hard time trying to figure out what you are going to buy that special someone who happens to be into guns… well then check out this website: Gift Guide for Shooters (22 gifts under $50) The Nikon SpotOn software looks very interesting 🙂

Quote of the day

“He’s comfortable in his skin.” Two of my co-workers were talking about football and I only heard this phrase part way into their conversation about a player.

I just got a Griffin case for $20

I had a couple of cases for my iPhone 3G and the Griffin Reveal Case, being one of the cheaper ones I’ve come to own, is also one of the most practical. It’s clear on the back, black around the borders and is pretty spiffy looking. For $20 bucks you can’t go wrong. If you […]