Any miscellaneous stuff that I feel like covering.


SFO to DVC on public transit

Sunday, November 27, 2022
4:27:29 PM

The San Francisco Bay Area isn’t exactly known for its outstanding public transit—and people are pretty much right about that. By no means is it underrated—it’s a mess of different systems and the poophole that is BART. That being said, it’s better than I first imagined, and I decided to make the journey from SFO […]

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U.S. State Highway Shields Ranked

Monday, September 12, 2022
9:26:22 PM

Every state has highways— they’re an important piece of infrastructure that allow millions of people to travel places via car or bus every day. There’s no doubt they’re important, which is why there are so many of them all over the country, divided into multiple categories: Interstate highways, which are denoted by the iconic red-and-blue […]

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The Apple Watch SE: Crazy Value

Sunday, May 15, 2022
6:02:06 PM

The Apple Watch SE is a budget smartwatch released by Apple alongside the flagship Apple Watch Series 6 to serve as a more affordable alternative. Released in September 2020, it was the first of its kind to be released since the Apple Watch’s debut “Series 0” was released in 2015. Currently, it is being sold […]

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A Proposed Replacement for Our Messy Calendar

Sunday, December 19, 2021
8:39:39 PM

In 46 BC, Roman dictator Julius Caesar proposed the idea of the Julian Calendar, a new calendar standard to build on top of the previously existing Roman Calendar, which had 10 months of 30 to 31 days and had been the standard in Rome for many years. Caesar’s proposal for a new calendar looked very […]

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COVID-19 and Its Momentous Impact on Technology

Monday, July 5, 2021
11:31:31 PM

COVID-19, the deadly disease also known as the Coronavirus Disease 2019, emerged in late December 2019 out of Wuhan, China, spreading throughout every country on the planet, infecting millions of people and killing those who were unlucky, underprivileged, and/or careless. As of June 23rd, 2021, 178.5 million cases have been reported many worldwide, with 2.1% […]

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Windows 11: Predictions, Thoughts, and The Legacy of Windows

Saturday, June 19, 2021
10:47:44 PM

“Windows 11” is what many dub the next iteration of the Microsoft Windows operating system after its predecessor and current latest version, Windows 10, released in 2015. Since this tweet from the Windows Twitter account and this tweet from Microsoft CPO Panos Panay surfaced, many have theorized about the rebranding of Windows following the demise […]

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Logitech MX Master 2S: Absolute Steal for $50

Tuesday, May 11, 2021
11:55:34 PM

The Logitech MX Master 2S was released in 2017 as a part of Logitech’s high-end “MX Master” series- the second in line succeeding 2015’s MX Master and preceding 2019’s MX Master 3. The MX Master line of mice consists of the most expensive and top-of-the-line of mice that have been released by Logitech. All three […]

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My Homelab Experience Part 1: My HPE ProLiant Hardware

Wednesday, January 13, 2021
12:23:47 PM

while ago I wanted to see how much computing power I could get out of a small pile of cash I had- specifically $150. I looked on eBay to look for salvaged server components that were decommissioned from datacenters and ended up on eBay, possibly for a multitude of reasons.

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