Make: Sun Jars

This is an older one, but I liked the results and I think it was a pretty keen project. Inspiration for this was an article on Instructables about Sun Jars. At the time I saw the article, I was looking for a Christmas gift project and this seemed like a Read more…

Hacking a Technical Interview

This video hits on three great techniques for making the most of a technical interview. While the technical skills are important, if not critical, the soft skills are the Jedi Mind Tricks that can make the difference in an interview. It’s easy to underestimate the power of these interpersonal skills. Read more…

Micro-blogging!

Testing how well one can write and post from a tiny (virtual) keyboard. It ain’t quick, but if someone had something to say, they could get it done. I loves me some gadgets!

San Francisco, Day 4

[Link to Pics: here] You’d think that after three days of dragging the Daughter around San Francisco and her fighting a cold, I’d take pity on her and just take it easy for the last day. But, no. Really, what’s the fun in that!Since our flight didn’t leave till 5pm Read more…

San Francisco, Day 3

[Link to Pics: here] The plan for the day was to include The Museum of Modern Art, SFMOMA. I had a great time there the last time I was in town. Back then there was a Keith Haring exhibit, as well as some really amazing art painted on acrylic involving Read more…

San Francisco, Day 2

[Link to Pics: here] On our second day, we started by walking down the street to a local cafe where I had an omelet which was cooked in a waffle maker. Seemed to work just fine, so no complaints here.One of the primary goals for the day was to go Read more…

San Francisco, Day 1

[Link to Pics: here] This year I decided to take the Daughter to San Francisco. In past years I’ve taken my kids on a few trips for Spring Break and I figure it’s not going to be very much longer before she is making her own plans for Spring Break, Read more…