Food and Wine is once again upon us. With almost 40 booths, over 100 Food items, over 160 drink choices, and bunch of flights… it’s in your best interest to figure out what you would like before being caught up in everything. Otherwise you’ll quickly find yourself spending way too much, and still possibly missing some of the best items you’d like to try. What you need is a little foreknowledge and a little planning.
Well I’m here to help with that.
So I’m finally getting around to making a cook book… Below is what I have so far topic wise. Anything else I should include? I’m still way early in the process and trying to get everything sorted and organized first. The idea is to keep it to things that the Family/Me has made over and over again. Things I’ve been asked “how it’s made, or just mentioned that I should bring it in for events. The “tried and true” sorta recipes. Thoughts? With what I have so far it’s about 78 pages just from what I have on this website (still need tons of editing, not to mention me recooking everything to get proper pictures, instructions, and methods for the book). Continue reading
Recently my grandfather passed away and it made me think back on all the items that he’d shared with me over the years. From instilling my love of computers and spreadsheets, to games and cooking. So I’d thought I’d share two of my favorite family recipes. The first a cucumber salad that anyone would loves a pickle will love, and second an old favorite open faced sandwich called “Cement” from my childhood summers up with my grandfather. Continue reading
Posted in Food, Low cal, Recipes
Tagged cement, cottage cheese, cucumber, Cucumber Salad, German, low calorie, Onion, Open faced Sandwhich, Recipe, sour cream, vinegar
Ok, maybe that’s a bit of hyperbole, but it’s fairly close. Similar to france’s “3-strike” law, as of February 25th, 2013, the US cable providers (AT&T, Cablevision, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon) have teamed together with the RIAA and MPAA to create the Copyright Alert System, or CAS for short. With this in place there is now an official way that you can get in trouble, even if you haven’t done anything. Continue reading
Posted in Opinion, Technology
Tagged 6 Strikes, AT&T, Cablevision, Center for Copyright Information, Comcast, Copyright, Internet, MPAA, piracy, RIAA, technology, time warner cable, Verizon
OK… let me just start out by saying to other than the 0.00001% of you out there that will get this, I’m sorry. I’m soooo sorry. You can skip this one. But this has been irking me. In fact it’s been nagging at me to figure it out for months now. I know it could be figured out simply, but just never got around to it. I know that your eye can really only see so much quality. I’ve gone over this a little before, but it’s come up a few times at work, and I’ve mentioned that there was a formula to figure it out. Except I didn’t know what it was. And every time I’ve searched for it I’ve come up empty. So I did what any respecting nerd would do and figure it out. Here’s basically the simplified version of what I got (all measured in inches):
52.35 / (Distance to object * 0.01745) ≤ (Square root (image pixel width squared + image pixel height squared)) / image measured diagonally ≤ 83.2365 /(Distance to object * 0.01745) Continue reading
Posted in Advertisments, Mental Exercise, Technology
Tagged billboard, distance, DPI, eye, iPad, iPhone, PPI, resoltuion, retina
For most people you don’t need Java to do 99% of the web. There are a few sites, and you need to be carefully in what you allow to install java apps on your computer. Only do so for sites you completely trust! But for most of you out there it’s probably in your best interest to turn java off. Heck even the US government is telling people to disable it!
And here’s how to do that. Continue reading
There are many times when you might be around your house and want to watch a movie that’s on your computer, or a song that’s just not on your iPad or iPhone, but sitting not 20 feet away in another room on your computer. Yes you could load all that onto your devices, but movies take up a lot of space and it’s sometimes just not reasonable to have your entire 20GB music library. Yes there are some options out there, like iTunes Match to get instant access to your music, but movies still are not available.
So what to do? Home Sharing. Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Technology, Tips & Tricks
Tagged Apple, Gadgets, home sharing, iOS, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, iTunes, itunes libraries, movies, music, music library, music videos, streaming, technology, Tips & Tricks, tv shows, WiFi