Category Archive: Geekery

Sep 20

Thyme Laps Video

I bought a new tablet. I installed Lapse It Pro onto the tablet, and this afternoon the clouds were rather pretty and scudding across the blue sky quite nicely and… this happened:   Not bad, eh? Now, for this video I basically just propped the tablet up on top of one of the living room …

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Aug 07

The File That Crashed Word 2013

My morning started with a ticket assigned before I got here, scheduled for first thing after the morning “huddle.” The dispatcher pitched me to the client as “the best person at this sort of thing,” having wholly misunderstood the nature of the call. (They thought it was a backup-restore situation, when in fact it was …

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Mar 20

If Skulls Were All


So, it started with a tweet from Jeph Jacques, webcomic demigod. And I thought to myself, “Self? How many song titles could we mangle like this?” I opened up MediaMonkey and, after some arguing with its search settings so that only titles appeared in the rankings, I found myself looking at a list of 182 …

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Feb 26

I Quack To Believe


This is what happens when I have a few minutes at work, access to FireWorks, and someone posts an action shot of a rubber duck on Tumblr.

Feb 23

House of Clubs

You have a weekend to burn, and you’re planning a viewing marathon of a TV show on Netflix. If that’s your thing, who am I to judge? Perhaps I can help you make a decision, however, on what show to watch. The first season of Netflix’s version of the show, “House of Cards,” totals 13 …

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Dec 09

To Allow Comments, Or Not To Allow Comments

Out of curiosity I ask you: If I were to start posting installments of the aforementioned story project to an appropriate website, should I or shouldn’t I turn on comments for those installments? On one manipulatory appendage, comments are a great way to gauge appreciation and interest as well as to directly interact with the …

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