Tag Archives: hardware

Unreliable Data Sensors

I like data, and I like cars. I think there have been some really creative and useful integrations between the two. I also think there have been a lot of gimmicks and poorly architect-ed systems, including those that insecurely allow … Continue reading

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Grounded

Technology has brought some challenges to travel. There is the bomb threat, of which I have no way to gauge how much of a potential problem this is on a daily basis. Certainly security at airports has changed over the … Continue reading

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Lots of data in RAM

I remember buying my first computer after college. At the time I was working part time and in graduate studies part time. My aging high school era Apple II wasn’t capable of handling the load, not to mention its 300baud … Continue reading

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The 2019 Home Lab

Many of us won’t grow and expand our career completely at our jobs. While some employers will provide training in the form of funds to buy books, take a class, or learn in some other way. I think most employers … Continue reading

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