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The Nuclear Option


Thinking about getting rid of the blatant spam comments in my post comments. This would require a plugin that maps possible regular expression synonmys of the comments that have already been posted, and test them against a database of creatively… Read more…

You Say “Tomato”, I Say “Destructive And Constructive Interference Of A Sound Wave Through A Known Medium”


Evidence for why I believe television is user-specific and context-sensetive to environment of the viewer: Imagine, for a moment, that the man speaking is a newscaster, comedian, or other form of “talking head” on the TV or Internet. You could… Read more…

Reality Quandry


The subject of molecular reconstruction is a hot topic these days! If you just did a double take, try reading this previous Renaissance Musings article for a little background: Absolute Value What bearing does this have on what can be called… Read more…

In Need of New Hobby


Microsoft claims to have lost their way in the PC software and gaming realm, which is their inception and their strong suit. I posit: They haven’t lost their way. Stifling PC development and subverting everything to DLC (monetized downloadable content),… Read more…

 ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


Forward slashes in URLs should be used so as to mean transmission of info from server to user. Backslashes in URLs should be used so as to mean blockage of info from server to user. Everyone should know when they are… Read more…

Keep it in Your LANs


While Wide Area Networks are convenient for research in statistics, most businesses shouldn’t store or transfer user data online. Local Area Networks make more sense for the vast majority, as it helps groups with need for privacy avoid security holes…. Read more…

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall…


I think iTunes, Netflix, Steam, Spotify, YouTube, Amazon Video, Soundcloud, Facebook, and all other online media services should make their playcounts and download numbers public, with user IDs, even those of authority figures, so that artists and media creators can… Read more…

Current Events: Modern Computing Travails


Ahhh, the Windows 8 experiment is over almost before it started. The world of computing is very different today than what it was only less than a decade ago. It seems everything can be turned off remotely at the flip… Read more…

Current Events: Blue Sky


What are all you’s guys using for internet transfer? IPX, ISDN, TCP/IP, FiOS, Dish, SMS, 3G, 4G, et cetera? I’m wondering if I can get better network content by switching transfer protocols. A lot of my content appears to be… Read more…