My Web Log
Welcome to my blog. Please see entries below. I am in the process of moving some posts from my projects page; click here for older posts.
Mario Odyssey inspired me to build a white, tapering tower
with a red roof.
After thinking about using spheres as the tree elements,
the MOC looked more cartooney than I had intended.
This made the addition of the Goomba, Spiney and pipe fairly
natural. Now it is truly a Mario MOC of the Mushroom Kingdom.
Coincidentally, Colossal Castle Context XV had a "Video Game" category - which also encouraged me to add the hallmark Mario props.
An unwelcome visitor has approached the kingdom's boarder. This MOC was created for the "Ice Castle" category of the Colossal Castle Contest XIV (CCCXIV).
A stave church built in the style of the first Scandinavian churches. It was also my September entry to LOLUG Iron Builder competition.
This 14 story building is located in Lincoln,
Nebraska. It was designed by Bertram Goodhue
and built between 1922 and 1932.
At 1:140 scale, the model is 36" tall, 38" wide. It contains 25,755 LEGO Bricks.
As I was sorting my 'dump bin', I began to wonder if there was a quicker way. In this post, a method to sort faster is presented.
A tutortial on writing a Chrome App that renames files on your local computer/Chromebook in bulk. This part only covers the basics of the app.
I've recently purchased an Acer Chromebook 15 with a 1080p IPS display. It has an Intel Celeron Broadwell processors with 4 GBs of RAM and a 16 GB SSD.
My thoughts on Bitcoin. Teaser: it is pretty awesome!
I am in the process of sorting my Legos from the scheme I had as a child to something better. These are my thoughts and experiences.
A proposal and analysis of practical Wireless Underground Sensor Networks. Published at IEEE Communications Society Conference on Sensor, Mesh and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks (SECON'12), Seoul, Korea, June 2012.