I had been hanging on to these books in case I ever found myself wanting to do some Java programming. But as I’ve come to learn (mostly because of Python, but also through following the Perl 6 saga), languages change and evolve and so a couple books from nearly 20 years ago probably won’t be […]
My grad school Alma Mater, Stevens Institute of Technology has discovered how your Fitbit or Smart watch could give away your PIN: Stevens researchers discovered that the motions of your hands as you use PIN pads, which is continually and automatically recorded by your device, can be hacked in real time and used to guess […]
When I was in my senior year at Cornell, my adviser tried to get me to enroll into graduate school. My dad had advised me to wait and see what it turned out I wanted to specialize in. Also, I’d likely be able to get work to pay for my degree. My adviser told me […]
Yes, I have to write a book report for my Master’s Degree class. Yes, I feel like a kid every time I say it.
One always wonders if and when those classes you take in high school will be important. For me, as an engineer, most of my high school classes were laying the foundation for the classes I’d take in college. I’ve used plenty of those classes in my work and personal life. One of the classes that […]
I am just sharing this because it’s about my alma mater, it’s a little funny in a geeky way, and I like Mark’s blog. Check out this story about CIT and Cornell labs.
To all the heathens on the hill back at Cornell! Hope the weather’s nice and the entertainment is fun.
Ah, it’s so fun looking back at Cornell now that I no longer have to deal with all the BS. Professor Delchamps Plays The Cornell Alma Mater (First Few Notes) on a Moog Synthesizer on Vimeo
My brother Daniel and I worked together on this video, an assignment for one of his classes at school. It’s a wonderful thing to have now that I’m so into genealogy. I also thought it was a very neat historical document because we interviewed people who experienced the revolution first-hand. This is not the interview […]
Which means “do Bhangra!” or “dance Bhangra!” Bhangra is a wonderful and catchy style of dance from the Punjab region of India. View this clip from the introduction to Pao Bhangra 1 at Cornell University! You can follow the link to Vimeo to see the rest of the clips, go to www.dropthebombproductions.com or come back […]
As I went though my top 200 photos, this was had 121 views and I clicked on it. It gives me great memories of friends, but it reminds me of how happy I am to have graduated. School was stressful and I always felt like I was just one step away from failing out of […]
I started upgrading my laptop from Fedora Core 3 to Fedora Core 4 today. After 9 hours it STILL wasn’t done. This is because I was installing it on a P3 600 Mhz computer. Hopefully I’ll get to play with it a little tomorrow. If not, I’ve got all the time after the wedding to […]
This is not one coherent post, but a post about crazy things that have recently occurred. Crazy thing number 1: New York City Mayer, Mike Bloomberg, has announced that from now on the building code in NYC will state that for every toilet in a men’s room there must be two toilets in the women’s […]
Got FIVE As this final semester of my four years at Cornell, so I just had to thank God for that.