So for reasons, I'm heading to Michigan in about a month. Well I decided to take a train, because why not! This is part one of the sites I've looked at for finding things and more about this this can be expected! First thing I found was this. Now the most useful thing I got… Continue reading Train across the states part 1
Afternoon! This is partially for reference for myself and by partially I mean mostly. But this morning, I spent some time comparing some background noise things! (Source: Reddit) For working, I love the sounds of coffeeshops, and Coffitivity has a variety of coffeeshop sounds and can give a few different atmospheres. Works well as background or combined with… Continue reading Background Sounds
Well my internet is currently down and I’m doing this offline at the moment, but today I'm going to start talking about the android project I wanted to work on. Concept: App that auto sets alarms based off of when user needs to get up. Use Case: User J is going to bed and needs… Continue reading Alarm Intro!
It's been a bit. Last week was rough in so many ways, but better now! The future is still a question mark but got to keep on keeping. I'm undecided on how personal I want this to get so I won't talk too much about it yet. I also don't want to stop myself from… Continue reading Motivation missing?
Similar to Net Neutrality, open internet, and internet laws. What laws should be in place to protect personal data? Since there currently are not any solid ones, should we protect ourselves? I always say that if a company wants to use my data to make things better for me, then is that really so bad? They… Continue reading Data: Regulating or Protecting?
The FCC passed the Net Neutrality law yesterday! Yes, I'm a day late, but in my defense, I knew all about it as it was happening. I'm just lazy. So if no one randomly reading this know what Net Neutrality is. Summary: Verizon/Comcast/AT&T wanted to create "fast lanes" for those who paid more. There have… Continue reading Net Neutrality!
Just asked a web experienced friend of mine a little about how to get started with this. It turns out Github has Github Pages and will host any static site for free, so it's great place to start. Then if I have to build a backend-which I most likely will have to-I should switch to… Continue reading Getting started with hosting