Get your Inauguration Coverage Here

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No, not here, I’m not live streaming this mess, at Twitter.  Or, through Twitter, specifically at inauguration.twitter.com, which redirects you to a place holder page until it starts tomorrow morning.  Do not fear though, you’re getting the PBS News Hour coverage of the event, not some Twitterized view.  Though, don’t worry, I’m sure it will be controversy … Continued

A Prime end to the Year

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You may have noticed that I posted a lot this year.  Quite a lot actually.  The blog hasn’t seen this many posts since 2008.  That’s quite an achievement I must say.  Granted, some of the posts this year have been quite pathetic, and some were delayed due to server reliability issues, but every day had … Continued

Modern Organs

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Wendell Kapustiak built a modern Pipe Organ.  Modern in the sense that naturally, it’s computer controlled.  The air is supplied by a modified server cooling fan. The keys are played by an Arduino.  And the songs are chosen by a web interfaced run on a Rasberry Pi. It is pretty neat, I will give him … Continued

Oak Island Solved?

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Haha, no!  Then there would be no reason to watch the latest season of the show on The History Channel. I haven’t seen the above video before, but it is very early 1990s.

Iron Sky 2

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Nazis on the Moon, Reptilian Margaret Thatcher.  Nazis in general.  This looks like an awesome film doesn’t it?  Historically accurate documentary is what I would call it.  Luckily, the Indiegogo campaign is fulfilled, so this scene can actually happen in the final film.  Aren’t you excited?

Who Built America

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I might be 4 years past due here, but this series has been extremely fun to watch. It’s also been a learning experience.  You know, back to the basics of The History Channel.  Before it turned into shitty reality TV and half-baked conspiracy theories. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good conspiracy theory, and … Continued

Veterans Day

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Today is Veterans Day.  It’s important to remember all the causalities of our nation’s 240 year history.  Originally, this day was set to mark the end of The Great War.  However, over time, the USA changed it to honor all veterans of the United States Armed Forces.

Vote@

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Did you know this?  I didn’t.  It makes sense though Go vote today, there’s nothing to be afraid of, just don’t be stupid and wear something political to the polls.

Alternate History Thursday: Halloween

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I honestly hate this “holiday”  Even if it’s a glorified reason to dress up in less clothes, that’s demeaning towards people haven’t you heard? In West Roanoke 1588 the remains of the original alien invaders to earth were discovered by the colonists there. The primitive colonists had no idea what this type of technology was, or … Continued

Circuit Board Art

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Old circuit boards had a certain beauty to them.  All those delicate lines of silver solder connecting components together.  They had a two part purpose – you could actually repair something if necessary, and they looked pretty cool.  With the ever increasing levels of optimization we get smaller and smaller components and we loose this … Continued