kdf on June 23rd, 2010

What ever you think you’d like to do in life, get yourself as close to it as you can. Because once you arrive in that job you will find people there that are worse at it then you than you ever feared you could be.

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kdf on July 5th, 2009

Tweet Recently 3 of my friends came into the fold of fellow iPhone owners. Here’s a listing of what apps I currently have on my iphone and why I like then or why I never use them. Screen one (the left side) has the apps I use most often. The Chronometer app is a collection [...]

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kdf on May 19th, 2009

Here’s details of my awful experience with the Santa Barbara Olive Company. What should have been a simple online purchase They had some many chances to get it right. They just couldn’t be bothered.

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kdf on December 5th, 2006

Tweet First off, it’s called, “Cooking for Engineers” That appealed to me immediately. It’s full of pictures to help keep a guy on course as he prepares whatever. Someone else has to think this site is as useful as I do.

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kdf on December 1st, 2006

Tweet I am not a religious person. That being said, I do have a fascination for the formation of religions. I’m amazed at the differences and similarities between different faiths. I also find the subject of man’s transition from a polytheistic faith structure to a monotheistic structure to be interesting as well. Not being religious [...]

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Doug on November 19th, 2006

Tweet The Hubble Deep Field: The Most Important Image Ever Taken [youtube]mcBV-cXVWFw[/youtube] Watch this video for more understanding about the Hubble Ultra Deep Field Image. Check out the link to the image itself. The UDF (ultra deep field) image is of a very tiny portion of the night sky, something like what you would see [...]

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Doug on November 12th, 2006

Tweet This is very cool. Free lectures on an incredibly wide range of subjects from professors at universities like Purdue and UCLA. Oh boy, I can feel smart again. read more

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Doug on November 8th, 2006

Tweet Many of my frinds are aware that I enjoy the challenge of opening a lock without its key. I’ve helped many of them retrieve the hopelessly locked contents of whatever they’ve lost the key to. Here is a very friendly explanation / guide to the principles and techniques of lockpicking. read more

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Doug on September 14th, 2006

Tweet “A simple animated geographical visualization that shows the relative impact different countries have on climate change over the timeline of watching the application. Different icons represent the statistical data of countries in the context of its birth & death rate, & its carbon dioxide emission.” Via infosthetics.com. It’s important to realize that the CO2 [...]

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