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    Best iPad Image Editing Apps for 2015

    Whether you're in photojournalism, interior design or graphic artistry, the power of mobile technology has brought some exciting new tools to image editing. Gone are the days of manual image manipulation or being chained to a computer to perform time-consuming rendering procedures. Operations that used to take hours now can be performed in minutes with these apps and a powerful iPad.

    March 16, 2015
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    Have you tried out Spyder-IDE for Python Dev?

    Personally, I am not much on an IDE person. I love a good plain text editor and a command line tool. However, Spyder-IDE for Python is not that bad. You can download it from the Spyder bit bucket repository. Give it a try. It works right out of the box. There are 3 main sub windows, a color coded text editor, a variable table and a console output. The first time you open it you should see something like this:

    March 12, 2015
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    5 Tools to Protect Your Online Privacy

    5 tips to keep your information private while Browsing, Online Shopping, Chatting and using Social Networks. These tips will keep your information safe from praying eyes. You have the right to protect your personal information and you should! Keeping your information private is no longer a luxury, it has to become a habit. With all the security breaches we have had the past year, keeping your information safe online is a priority.

    December 9, 2014
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    A Lesson about History, Objects, Classes, Time and Python

    An Introduction to Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in Python covers some of the history of OOP using a time class code example. This post is mainly for beginner programmers looking to better understand class, their history and how they work. We will use a time, or rather date and time, as a working example.

    December 3, 2014
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    Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange Video

    This is a great video explaining how the Diffie Hellman Key exchange works. A simple, yet powerful algorithm for key distribution. This is a must for any Mathematician, computer scientist or cyber security expert. Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange is used in many systems has many computer security applications.

    November 18, 2014
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    Future Technology: What Will Sci-Fi Predict Next?

    There is a Nostradamus in every Hollywood science fiction movie script writer. Many times, a new invention of technology was first seen on the big screen. From Jane Fonda's sexy space action heroine film "Barbarella" to Tom Cruise's cop-gone-rogue "Minority Report," movies have given us a glimpse of what lies ahead for technology advancement. Here are just a few inventions that sci-fi movies predicted:

    September 25, 2014
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    How Teachers Thinks Homework is Done...

    A brief infographic illustrating how teachers think homework is done vs. how homework is really done. We all remember those times when things are due. Many sleepless nights watching the sun come up.

    July 18, 2014
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    3 Great Mechanical Achievements and Their Modern-Day Successors

    When humans first chiseled the wheel or learned to make fire, they probably didn't know the depth of their accomplishment. Through the goggles of time, we can see how these achievements have changed the face of humankind. Now we keep an eye on these things, predicting the outcomes of current astounding technological feats.

    July 15, 2014
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    Autonomous (Self Driving) Cars: The Countdown Continues

    Self-driving cars are coming. Currently four states — California, Florida Michigan, and Nevada — have passed legislation that enables companies to test their self-driving car technology on the roads. The Washington D.C. DMV published its regulations for autonomous vehicles in April, which are expected to take effect this month barring any objections.

    July 5, 2014
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    Happy & Safe Fourth Everyone

    I would like to take the time and wish everyone a happy and safe 4th of July. It is a great time to celebrate freedom and independence, not only in the United States, but worldwide as well. Enjoy and remember to celebrate responsibly. And Drink! Happy Fourth.

    July 4, 2014
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    Use Unix or Die

    Learn how to use Unix. Your life may be depending on it. Oh yeah, and also mine next to you. So learn Unix commands.

    June 24, 2014
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    Why Travel Should Top Your To Do List

    Most people look forward to traveling to new, exciting destinations, but few realize that such adventures can also promote better physical health. Travel may even contribute to a longer life, according to the Global Coalition on Aging.

    June 6, 2014
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    Jasper, Siri's Little Step Brother...

    Siri is no longer the queen of the block. Jasper is an open source software that allows you to develop and deploy voice activated applications using Raspberry Pi. Featured on Wired, Forbes, Engadget, lifehacker, PCWorld and more.

    May 15, 2014
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    The State of Artificial Intelligence

    A informative graphic going through the state of Artificial Intelligence and how we got to where we are today. Artificial Intelligence is all around us. Working hard to better our life. Rarely, do we take the time to figure out how things work and how much they really cost.

    April 9, 2014
  • The Rainfall Problem in Java

    The rainfall program is a quick exam and interview question commonly used. There are many variation of it, this just happens to be one in Java.

    March 28, 2014