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Archive for 2016
Like a Candle in Berlin suggests an interesting interpretation of our community response to terrorist attacks. What’s more, it suggests that humanity, while disregarding religion as being difficult and inconvenient, still seeks some sort of spiritual comfort in times of crisis and after senseless tragedy. The author also gently suggests that this is a simplistic and […]
Christmas and the holidays are the most festive and romantic time of year. 43% of engagements happen between November and January, with the top proposal dates as Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and Valentine’s Day. (These believable but unsourced statistics were found on Wedding Wire and Elite Daily). For farm families, the addition […]
Below is data which supports what I’ve long suspected – that my children are not positioned to make more money over their lifetime than I am. My generation is the last to achieve that part of the American Dream. From The American Dream, Quantified at Last, by NYT op-ed columnist David Leonhardt, the average American […]
See… Math is important.
I know people who are clever enough (and have access to a quality 3D printer) to build this for me for Christmas. (Hint, hint) The sundial in action (less then 2 minutes): The math and programming behind it (15-minute video)
Very cool. And… if you want to see an insane 17x17x17 Rubic’s cube solving video (done by human hand and brain): And… so insane that only a computer can do it:
Check out OKGO’s newest video. The way they manipulate time and perspective to capture a moment is amazing. And, check out the “behind the scenes” video to see the thinking and planning that went into the video:
Because – lawlatte.
Taken at Shades State Park, early November.
Disney and Intel team up for a terrific 300-drone light show for the holidays. It takes special permission from FAA to deploy a drone swarm (technically, ‘drone fleet’). Another drone light show from Intel – provides a behind the scenes look at the technology:
FutureLawyer comments on various alternative office options in his terrific lawyer tech blog. However, I don’t think he’s ever considered a retired 727.
Port information starts at 0:55 Inside INdiana Business Why is this categorized as “Agriculture? More than 1/3 of the shipborne freight at Indiana Ports is corn. Other agriculture products at Indiana Ports include ethanol, soybean meal, and fertilizer.
In case you need a refresher: Excellent video – clear and easy to understand.