Thoughts

My first bit of coding wasn’t a webpage or application but a laserdisc controller. The RA Gray IDC-02 was a small metal box about half the size of a standard book.  I remember I was handed this device and told to re-engineer the functionality to an existing installation.  I used Happ Control arcade style buttons
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I miss my family. It’s been nearly a week that I’ve been in Toronto. It has been the longest I’ve been away from our family since we’ve made that move from Brooklyn to the Bay Area. It feels like a time warp setting up LCD screens, computers, and moving cases from the aisle and making
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This week I dusted off my ActionScript 3 programming chops and launched Adobe Animate CC (formally Adobe Flash CC) and FlashDevelop off to the side. It’s just like riding a bike. For the past couple of months I’ve been doing a crash & cruise course in learning the latest in modern web design and programming
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I’ve never been a fan of having a bunch of stuff. My wife calls me a minimalist but I think I could do with even less. It’s very easy to accumulate items over the years. When you arrive at a transition point in your life, take stock in your inventory. That’s where I am now.
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As a small business owner you’ll make about a million decisions everyday. I’ve come to realize that I like to reduce the number of multiple choice questions my mind has to make so that I can focus on more critical choices. One of the easiest decision for me has been what to to wear.  I have
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I could not resist. “Hello World” is the software developer’s first attempt to learn a new programming language. Basically it’s how you learn to write the text, “Hello World” on a monitor or any other visual display using whatever new language you’re trying to learn . It’s been awhile since I’ve written anything on a
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