Fun Stuff

Lost Epilogue

If you’ve seen the entire series of Lost then you are most likely one of the many fans who have been left with tons of questions. The video below actually answers a few of these.

HowTo, iOS7

Calendar Colors in iOS7

So the other day my boss approached me furious about the new iOS 7 update. Curious as to why he was so upset with the update I asked him why. He replied that after the update all of his calendar entries appeared in pink… Why the calendar color would default to pink I cannot understand. His main frustration however was…

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Objective-C Stuff, Programming

Case Insensitive String Comparisons in Objective-C

Objective-C provides a quick and easy way to compare 2 NSString’s and determine if they are equal. This comparison is a very strict comparison however and also verifies matching cases within strings. Often times, it is necessary to compare 2 strings and return true when the strings are the same but the cases are not. For example:

The code…

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Weekend Projects

Weekend Projects

I’m not the type of person who can sit still for very long. I feel like I should always do something productive. Well this weekend I gave myself the chore of cleaning out our Guest House Garage. While cleaning up, I found I had some spare wood lying around and thought I could use this to finally build myself a…

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WordPress Permalinks on a MAMP Mountain Lion Server

So you’ve got yourself a Mac running Apache, MySQL and PHP on Mountain Lion. You have everything you need to install WordPress. So you go to install WordPress and get everything setup. You go to create your first post and realize that you still need to setup permalinks. Well that’s great, just go to Settings->Permalinks and choose how you want…

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HowTo, Tech Stuff

How to Read a Binary Watch

So I decided that I would write up a quick tutorial on how to read a binary watch. It’s actually pretty simple after you learn how to convert binary to decimal. Not to worry converting from binary to decimal is easy. I’ll give you a quick example of how this can be done, quickly and easily. Let’s say you have…

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