This seems like a frictionless way to get your next coding project started: Text A Coder Tired of digging around on Upwork or Freelancer for someone to code that simple task for you? We know how time consuming it can be to find a reliable developer. Stop hunting and shoot us a text message! We’ll […]
Like podcasts? Malcolm Gladwell fan? You should check out Revisionist History. [Revisionist History is] a new podcast from Malcolm Gladwell and Panoply Media. Each week for 10 weeks, Revisionist History will go back and reinterpret something from the past: an event, a person, an idea. Something overlooked. Something misunderstood. Source: Introduction :: Revisionist History Podcast
It’s been a while since I’ve shared one of these on here with you, and I really do apologize. What’s worse, this particular playlist has been a part of my Spotify for several years. Now, allow me to introduce you to one of my favorite modern composers… I first heard of Patrick O’Hearn through an […]
Here are some great videos I’m come across in recent weeks. You’ve probably seen one or two. The last one may be new to you. Either way, these make for some great shares. Brothers Convince Little Sister of Zombie Apocalypse This one made the rounds during the past couple of weeks. I’ve watched it numerous times. If […]
Watch this video to find out some cool ways to re-use those silica gel bags you’ll find in packaging (e.g. keep them in your gym bag to cut down on moisture and odors).
03/26/2016 (09:43) – I originally posted this on another blog five years ago on April 18, 2011. Now I’m re-posting it here. Since this is Easter week, I thought I’d share my recent studies on the Shroud of Turin. If you’re unfamiliar with the shroud, I’ll begin by saying that it is probably the most […]
If you’ve ever been to a University of Tennessee sporting event, you’ve seen illustrator Danny Wilson‘s talent on display. Such iconic designs as the Thompson Boling Arena court and the artwork on UT Football season tickets are Danny’s handiwork. This past Sunday, my church shared this video about some artwork Danny created as a part of our series on The Book of John.
podcast profile is a simple service for showing which podcasts you listen to. Over on Product Hunt, one of the developers shared about the development of the app and the motivation behind it: We sat down for a hackathon last weekend and created the current (rough) version. The idea: When we talked to people about […]
Wow! Is this thing up to code?
Starry Station is a “smart wi-fi” device. It helps you keep track of the devices connected to your network and monitors the health of your broadband connection. Starry Station IQ takes the guesswork out of troubleshooting. All of your devices are represented by either a blue or a red orb: Blue means healthy, red means […]
If you’ve watched the NBC Nightly News this week, you may have noticed that they used footage from the Knoxville area during the past two evenings. On Wednesday night, they used a shot with some Karns firemen covering a weather related car accident. Last night they started the broadcast with shots from Knoxville’s Depth of Field Productions. Their Drone in the Snow! footage has been making the rounds.
This airline seat concept looks like it would make for an amazing view. The website comments that the design is currently “patent and trademark pending”. How long until we see this one on a commercial aircraft? The SkyDeck is a system designed to provide an exhilarating view of the aircraft’s external environment while in flight, […]