Reading List 9/2 - 9/8

Posted September 8, 2019 10:00 am

This week I read about Firefox improving users’ privacy by default, why the GOP and conservatives are wrong about “censorship” on social media, nuclear energy, and a weird bit of tax policy.


Reading List 8/26 - 9/1

Posted September 3, 2019 10:00 am

This week I read about a spouse’s experience with the aftermath of an NFL career, Apple at least partially embracing the right-to-repair, and the benefits of code deletion.


Reading List 8/12 - 8/18

Posted August 18, 2019 10:00 am

This week I read about changes in the US Navy, another nuclear accident in Russia, a prank gone wrong, and more.


Continuing My Side Project & Learning React

Posted August 15, 2019 10:00 am

Lately, I’ve been making steady progress on my side project, which I’m currently calling Digital Family Cookbook. I’m making it as a content management system for cooking recipes. As I’ve mentioned previously, I’m writing it using Node.js, React, & GraphQL. It’s been quite a learning curve, but I’m definitely glad I’ve been working on it. The tools are pretty cool and easy-ish to use once you get used to the syntax and some of the idiosyncrasies of React and JSX.


Reading List 8/5 - 8/11

Posted August 11, 2019 10:00 am

I’ve decided to start this back up. Some interesting thoughts about making the data social media has on us transferrable, DIY Phone Farms, and a new software development podcast I’ve found.


Getting Stronger

Posted July 30, 2019 09:00 pm

At the beginning of July, I decided to change up my gym routine. I had been running a variation of the P.H.U.L. routine, but decided I wanted to try something a little more intense since I felt like I was plateauing with both deadlifts and bench press.


My Progress So Far

Posted March 12, 2019 08:41 pm

Two and a half months in, I figured I’d reflect on where things stand with regards towards working towards the goals I set for myself.


Reading List 3/4 - 3/10

Posted March 10, 2019 07:30 pm

Not too long this week. We look at the anti-vaccine movement, a new drug treatment for depression, Facebook’s “supposed” change, and a neat proof of concept for spying.