In 1921, General Electric successfully used carrier current communication […] to communicate from a moving trolley car “with a point more than three miles distant.”
You know, I’ve been lazy before with my code… Unfortunately, I’ve done this more than once (exaggerated intentionally, I’m not this bad): while(some condition) for(some iterator) if(some other condition) some method call After the reason behind iOS 7.0.6 came out, it was discovered that this was the cause of the bug: if ((err = ReadyHash(&SSLHashSHA1,… Continue reading Brace your code
The assignment I referred to in my previous post came out before the Kabletown/TWC merger announcement, but when that came out, I knew exactly what to write about. Daring Fireball: Comcast Wants to Buy Time Warner Cable for $44 Billion. Why you should be scared of Comcast and Time Warner Cable merging | The Verge.
I wrote this letter to the editor for an assignment, but I liked it, so here it is. I’m not one who typically supports more government regulation, but something needs to be done, since ISPs have people by the… yeah, by them. I would love to hear other’s opinions on this. Dear Editor, Many homes… Continue reading Regulation of last-mile internet service
With the Mac’s 30th birthday going by (and I’m just getting to the podcasts that talk about it), a lot of people who are smarter than I am wrote about their personal history with this computer. Being late to the party, I figured I would write about being late to the party. In elementary school,… Continue reading My time with the Mac