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Weather station!

I realized that the weather sensor I had on my house was a bit inaccurate… so I wanted to upgrade. And upgrade I did. I went from something that had the temperature and humidity (again, not even correct). This was replaced...

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Five Lines of Code

I did some tweaking of my data analysis from yesterday. I got the actual processing of the data into meaningful graphs into just five statements in Mathematica. I guess I was lying a bit with the title, since some of the...

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COVID-19 Graphs

On the left axis are the number of active cases in Davidson County (where I am right now). The right axis and the red line is the percentage of people in the county that have tested positive for COVID-19. The inflection point on...

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CI/CD

Moving to a new system to do things you’re already familiar with is always annoying. I spent seven years at Amazon where you have a set of tools to run your development pipelines, unsurprisingly called pipelines. Azure has...

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ISS

Today was the first time I saw the international space station. It’s not often you get to see it; it’s only possible normally when the sun has set but is still illuminating the space station orbiting 254 miles up from the...

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Leica M10 – The Wait

Ok, a half a week ago I wrote about my dealer and how I’m waiting for the camera. The funny thing is that I can see Glazer’s, where my camera will alight, from my office window. There it sits… the gray building...

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On public transit.

I’ve lived and worked in a few cities: Cleveland, OH, Seattle, WA, San Francisco, CA (worked, not lived), and here. Cleveland’s public transit is crap. Though my mom rides it every day to get to work. San Francisco, in...

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Bro

En and I moved here to Nashville a year and a half ago. Not my brother is going to be landing here in around a week and half. Then we just have to get our mom to get out here. It’s all just so damn...

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Lightning strike

Last night there was a big ol’ lighting storm over atop us. And there was strike in the back hill. No more than maybe a hundred feet from us. (Yes, I saw the strike) The the TV went out. I got it back to working before I went to...

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Changing temperatures

I grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. Summers there were hot and humid. And I hated them. Fast forward a couple of decades to the present and I’m sitting on my porch in an 80-degree night (with relatively low humidity) and...

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From a point of strength

Whenever you are negotiating you need to come from, or at least appear to come from, a position of strength. When someone knows you’re on the back foot it’s hard to make demands. It’s hard to come to a good and...

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