Monthly Archives: April 2011

Pencil for easy UI mockups

When I recently started my new side project, Read Feeder, I wanted to do some quick UI mockups before I started coding.  Normally I would do this with a physical pen and paper, but I wanted to move into the … Continue reading

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Read Feeder, one week later

It’s only been a week since I introduced Read Feeder, but there’s been a lot of development on it since then, so I figured it was time for an update.

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Scientists may have discovered evidence of the Higgs boson

A leaked internal memo suggests that scientists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) may have found the first evidence of the Higgs boson.  The Higgs is the last undiscovered particle predicted by the Standard Model, and is the one responsible … Continue reading

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Introducing Read Feeder

Upon taking a new job that required her to post frequently on current topics, my wife asked for help finding a news feed reader that would help her aggregate various sources into a manageable system.  She ultimately settled on Google … Continue reading

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Ubuntu Summit Jam

This past weekend was Ubuntu Global Jam, where Ubuntu users and contributors all over the world get together to work on improving the project.  Jams come in many forms, code hacking, bug triaging, translating, documenting, or even just promoting Ubuntu … Continue reading

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The Science of Atheism

Can a scientist be an atheist? Over recent discussions of religion and science, I’ve twice now been given the argument that for a scientist to be intellectually consistent, they should have to allow for the possibility that God exists, and therefore … Continue reading

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