I’m still stuck on a problem with my React Native code handling events, so for now let’s…talk about something else. Design. One of the skills everyone who has modern dreams of making things needs to have is design. Unfortunately, too many artistic people get so wrapped up in their own aesthetic they make things horrifically […]

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I want to mention of one of my favorite mental exercises: thinking in higher dimensions. I find it’s useful to expand your ability to visualize difficult things. (I should do a list of brain workouts!) These nerd kings will take you on a journey, and I want to go over the 4D part. (You might […]

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Let’s talk about making better memes, shall we?Let this be the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Memes for Dummies. One of the biggest problems people who mature past age 12 have with the world is other people with a cringy sense of humor. Quite often it begins with dad jokes of a relative, or an annoying […]

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Part of the problem with being part of the problem is that you cause part of the problem and that’s problematic. Ears bleeding yet? Good. (unless you still like the words, in which case I’ll spam it some more until you don’t. Surely this is a good way to acquire a readership!) Politics ruins everything, […]

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I am going to be writing a lot of articles about code in the coming months, and I’m doing some of one project in Three.JS. Three.JS is (in my opinion) the first good raw JavaScript 3D rendering library and I find it to be the bomb dot com. It leverages WebGL stuff that’s been around […]

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Want to start your own site? I’ve been wanting to put this site together for a while and I just never really got around to it until now, but it’s overdue and definitely time. Here I’ll mention some of the adventures so far. I expect to focus primarily on my technical adventures in computer wonderland, […]

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I guess I always believed in God. There were times when I questioned as any healthy teenager should. But God is there for me, I made sure. Part of me thinks more people would believe in God if more believers acted the part. I feel like nowadays people who profess or push belief are so […]

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So my twins ran around Barnes&Noble today. That was “fun”. One of the interesting things about having 1-year-olds in a bookstore for the first time was discovering, that despite what you’d think, they did actually know what they liked and wanted. They showed us they wanted an ocean flip-up board book made clearly in the […]

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Every blog has a first post. If you’re reading this, you’re likely interested where I got my start so let’s go there now. I’ll be sure to stay on topic and sort/tag my other writing so you can skip to the stuff you care about. I was born in – ha just kidding, I got […]

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