Wednesday, July 18, 2012

In The Beginning

In The Beginning: "Creation, from the begininning there was a plan. The plan was with God and G-d was part of the plan. In order for God, to be "part of the plan" instead of The entire Plan itself, God needed man. The 1st question God might have asked, "What if man did not want to be "part" of the plan. Well of course God had a plan B."

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Lean Start Up Guide » Starting Now Is Essential

"I'm interested in lots of extra-curricular software development activity (user groups, conventions, panels, etc.) as well as general local geekery (gaming, geocaching, anything fun).

Career aspirations involve becoming a better developer, a better architect, and maybe even getting published once I find something about which to write."

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Todays Directive: Pick a Programmer and get some help

To the victor, the potatoes « Stack Exchange TeX Blog

To the victor, the potatoes « Stack Exchange TeX Blog: ". I was young and inexperienced – an unskilled programmer trying to learn the ways of the Force. The code – ah the code! – was a real mess. But hey, the application was up and running. And I was happy to make things work.

At some point, I got interested in opensource. It was way stronger than me. But how would I embrace the cause? I’m not a perfectionist, but I knew my code – at that moment – was bad, and I was afraid of being ridiculed because of it. Reluctantly, I took the first step and published my first code in the wild.

Get ready for the most random quote ever posted in our community blog. It’s from a Pok√©mon game: “You’re a rookie trainer, aren’t you? I can tell! That’s OK! Everyone is a rookie at some point!” Truer words were never spoken."

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How to photograph fireworks « Stack Exchange Photography Blog

How to photograph fireworks « Stack Exchange Photography Blog: "Concept
Before you even start fiddling with your camera, you should have a basic understanding of firework photography. Your camera sensor works by reading light. The longer the sensor is exposed (called shutter speed or exposure), the longer that light can “burn in” to the sensor, and the brighter that subject appears in the photo. A flaw with digital cameras is that they can overexpose a subject, meaning it pulls in too much light and the sensor decides that this area is simply white"

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Friday, January 13, 2012

Change Your World View, and The World Changes With You! | TheWritersCafe.org

Change Your World View, and The World Changes With You! | TheWritersCafe.org: "I believe that I am a relatively rare combination of being; a dreamer, a schemer, a lover of life. I entertain and cajole and truly believe what I say.
The other thing is that my particular skill set is in great demand at the moment. I am able to write cogently, have a sense of design, can develop websites from scratch using various methods."

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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

The Beis of Creation.: Tzaddik Magazine

The Beis of Creation.: Tzaddik Magazine: "Tzaddik Magazine
Tzaddik Magazine: "This is the essential message of Chanukah, and it is a completely new concept having nothing to do with what transpires during the regular annual cycle. Chanukah draws its power from a place far beyond our conception, infusing us with such great hope, despite our inability to see the “light at the end of the tunnel.” This gives us a point of faith from which to draw, infusing us with a spirit of life. The light of Chanukah is a completely different type of light, since its source is higher than the seven days of creation. ""

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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Social Tropism: ChaiDomains A Venture in the Making!: Is your Domain Portfolio Junk? 2011 Guide to Dropping your Domains – Part 1 | Morgan Linton

Social Tropism: ChaiDomains A Venture in the Making!: Is your Domain Portfolio Junk? 2011 Guide to Dropping your Domains – Part 1 | Morgan Linton: "ChaiDomains A Venture in the Making!: Is your Domain Portfolio Junk? 2011 Guide to Dropping your Domains – Part 1 | Morgan Linton
ChaiDomains A Venture in the Making!: Is your Domain Portfolio Junk? 2011 Guide to Dropping your Domains – Part 1 | Morgan Linton: "have portfolios of junk but they can’t take the next most important step…dropping all the junk and focusing on the good stuff.

So I thought I’d share my own person experience that hopefully some of you can relate to.

In 2007 I got the Domaining bug, went nuts, and bought 1,200 domains. In 2008 I did my research and sadly learned that about 50% of the domains I had bought were absolute junk. So I dropped them…that’s right, I dropped 600 domains and took the hit."""

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