A quick update

Whew… 2013 has come and gone. It’s been crazy, it’s been fun and it’s been a lot of work. A lot of people have asked what I’ve been working on, so I thought I’d write a quick post. The Move We moved to Colorado a couple months ago to be closer to Jessica’s (my wife) family. We moved, stayed with …

How to get the most out of your vacation

I just returned from a week-long vacation with the family in Glide, Oregon. Here are a couple of things I learned from my vacation that could help you get the most from your vacation. 1. Turn off your email. This is number one for a reason. In reality, you should do turn off your email more often. The funniest thing will …

iPad Bed Readers – What’s wrong with America?

I first thought this was a joke. But no, this iPad bed reader is a real Kickstarter project. Fellow bed-loving iPad lovers have pledged over $30,000 to this. Wow. Here are a couple of the many things wrong with the iPad bed reader: First of all, your bed should be for sleep, not entertainment. In fact, the bright light of a …

Domino’s Gluten Free Pizza Review – Yummy or Yucky?

I’ve done a lot of research recently into gluten and I’ve found out that it’s really, really bad for you. Some people even call gluten “anti-nutrients.” I’m working on a more comprehensive post about gluten for you. That being said, I’ve been testing out trying to do my cheat days (where I got crazy for one day of the week …

More Mind-Blowing Facts About Space Mountain

After I posted the video of Space Mountain with the lights on, I did a little more research into Space Mountain and found some more interesting tibits: The idea came from Walt Disney in mid 60’s as a way to simulate an astronaut’s return trip to Earth. There are four Space Mountains (California, Florida, Hong Kong, Paris and Tokyo). The …

How Did The Tupac Hologram Work?

After seeing the video of Tupac at Coachella, I was really curious about how it all worked. It was obvious that it was a re-created, digital version of Tupac, but how did it look like he was really there? I did some research and found the video above. It’s actually a very old technique (from the 1860s), called Pepper’s Ghost. Using …