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2005/03/06  in  Japan:  What A Night (7)

I woke up at 9:30 this morning in a capsule across the river from Osaka. Wait. Let me start over. I know I promised plum blossom photos aWHILE ago, but...

2011/10/26  in  USA:  Subscribe By Email (12)

For those who haven’t noticed, I finally got around to implementing a long-needed blog feature: the ability to subscribe to posts via e-mail. I did away with the (pointless) clock...

2006/10/06  in  USA:  General Motors Goes Down (3)

...Now that’s what I call Jewish tradition. 230lbs or not, J’s going for a ride. Now, I’m sure all of you remember about 15 posts ago when I mentioned that I had...

2005/12/24  in  Japan:  Snowy EVERYTHING (5)

Daitokuji, less than five minutes from my apartment on foot. So, you remember my last post when I said it snowed a lot? HAH! Shows what I know. I...

2010/02/05  in  USA:  Engineering Coursework

The following is a list of science and engineering coursework I completed at UCSD: Computer Science CSE 8A. Introduction to Computer Science: Java (4) Basic Unix. Basics of Java...

2010/03/06  in  USA:  WP-FB AutoConnect

...generated login & password) to autoregistered users. 23. I don't like the username/role/something about the autoregistered user accounts. Can you change it? You're free to modify the userdata to anything you'd like...

2005/12/10  in  Japan:  Peace, Man (3)

Kitayama Dori, Kyoto’s most northern main street, in the early morning sun. You know you’ve been in Asia too long when you not only recognize that the Chinese classical...

2011/09/26  in  Thailand:  Room 502 (9)

It may not look that great, but when you consider there’s a whole queen-sized bed behind me, the entire wall to the right is a window, and that it...

2006/12/02  in  Japan:  Working in Japan (8)

Autumn colors beginning. You may recall back in LA when I mentioned that I’d just overcome an “epic battle with strep.” Well, I didn’t really fully emphasize quite how...

2008/03/12  in  Brazil:  Into The Jungle (1)

We arrived at Rio bus terminal and started off towards Jungle Beach lodge. The directions, which I’d hand-written while making a reservation over a garbled phone call at Stone of...

2010/03/04  in  USA:  Facebook Photo Fetcher

Overview What Is Facebook Photo Fetcher? Demo Instructions Customizing Donate FAQ Feedback & Support What Is Facebook Photo Fetcher? Facebook Photo Fetcher is a Wordpress plugin that allows you...

2005/08/16  in  Japan:  The Mega Trip Part 2 (Fukuoka, Aso, Beppu) (12)

Shopping for some fresh fruit, Nagasaki Before I start, I’ll just say that due to extremely intermittent internet access I’ll most likely be preparing updates little by little and...

2005/11/08  in  Japan:  The Art of Tea (9)

Cherry blossoms in Arashiyama (Western Kyoto) last spring. Yes, I’m still re-using old pictures…I swear I’ll commit a whole day to roaming around with my new camera anytime now!...

2006/01/06  in  Japan:  Tour De Japan, Part 5: Matsuyama (10)

The gate to a school in Matsuyama I took my seat on my first ever long-distance bus in Japan. The destination: Matsuyama, location of the oldest bathhouse in the...

2011/05/28  in  Thailand:  Tiger Cave Temple (10)

A cool building at the base of the Tiger Cave Temple. My main reason for settling in a small town like Krabi was to catch up on work and...

2006/12/12  in  Japan:  Catching Up (VIDEO) (11)

A typical neighborhood shotengai (shopping street). As I’ve mentioned, these past weeks have been very very busy as I try to get my life here sorted out as thoroughly...

2005/03/03  in  Japan:  A Week in the Life (4)

Hello again boys n’ girls, it’s time for your daily dose of Japan! But rather than taking my usual path of “first I explored here, then I explored there” I’m...

2006/01/26  in  Japan:  Andy's Visit: In Tokyo (1)

The obligatory “bright lights of Tokyo” shot. Alright, now that I’m all rested up it’s time to continue The Tale of Last Week. Where was I? Oh, right. Andy...

2005/12/25  in  Japan:  Merry Christmas (7)

Me with some of my best friends and little sister at my mom’s house for Christmas in 2002. Noz, me, Jeff, Gary, Shahin, and Julia. Having only two clean...

2010/02/05  in  USA:  Projects

The following is a list of (mostly) coding projects I've worked on, both professionally and for hobby: US Radar Desktop Software (2015-Present) A post-processing & visualization application I designed...

2004/12/27  in  Japan:  A Different Experience (6)

I’m here. In Tokyo. Finally. During my idle time on the flight over I kept on thinking, “what am I going to write to everyone once I finally get to...

2010/10/01  in  Ukraine:  What A Gift (15)

Sofiyivka Park. This is actually a panorama composed of 9 separate photos; can you tell? : ) In the late 1700’s, Count Stanisław Szczęsny Potocki, a Polish noble, fell...

2007/09/05  in  Japan:  Sicko (9)

Alright, I broke my promise. Rather than writing frequent, small, unproofread posts I’ve gone and done the exact opposite – I went a month without writing anything, leaving myself with...

2010/04/28  in  Germany:  Bauma in Munich (9)

Our exhibition booth at Bauma Gutentag from Bavaria! Yep, I made it – but only just barely. The first thing I heard when my flight to Munich landed for...

2010/10/08  in  Ukraine:  Kiev Walking Tour (3)

St. Michael’s Monastery, the start of our day’s walking tour. After our pleasant little introduction to Ukraine’s capital city, Peder and I set off on our first full day...

2010/03/06  in  USA:  WP-ViperGB

Overview What is WP-ViperGB? Demo Installation Customization Donate FAQ Feedback & Support What is WP-ViperGB? WP-ViperGB is a Wordpress plugin designed to replicate the appearance and behavior of the...

2010/04/29  in  Germany:  Germany Observations (12)

Just few small observations about Germany… Pork! Everything has pork! Schnitzel, bratwurst, pork knuckel…enormous hunks of it, one after another. I can’t even imagine how many pigs are killed in...

2010/02/05  in  USA:  8-bit CPU

...an array of 50 bytes starting at memory address 64, and report the number of strings of length 2, 3, and 4. For example, 01111011 reports 1 string of length 4, 2...

2007/09/28  in  Japan:  Game Programming in Japan (2)

I stumbled across an interesting Gamasutra article about working in the Japanese gaming industry as a foreigner, including interviews by a couple personal acquaintances. Because much of the information pertains...

2008/06/02  in  Israel:  Back in the Old City (4)

After my two new Israeli friends dropped me off near the Old City of Jerusalem, I began scanning the streets for WiFi networks so I could lookup the address of...

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