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March 20, 2017
286: Parallel Learning In Video Games And The End Of AntiVirus(Image: vivifychangecatalyst.wordpress.com) The new Zelda game is a great example of parallel learning that let’s you learn at your own pace, and on the things you want to learn. This is in contrast to serial learning which requires you to follow a pre-defined path....
March 13, 2017
285: Nintendo’s TitanicWhen the movie titanic first came out, it wasn’t very popular: it took a few weeks to become the sensation we know it as today. The Nintendo Wii was the same way: people needed to play Wii Sports before realizing how fun the system was. In effect, the Wii was Ninten...
March 6, 2017
284: The Problem With Owning A Camera CompanySnap become a publicly traded camera company this week. It’s the largest IPO since Facebook and is based purely on expectations of future growth and advertisements. Matthew and I don’t totally get why they insist on calling themselves a camera company, but I g...
I’m a Mechanical engineer for RCH with a love of cool technology. I also like the show “The Venture Bros.” From time to time I write a little fiction. Nothing big, just some wicked awesome science fiction about Psychics, that sort of thing. Drop me a line in the comment section if you wanna know more.
Born and raised in Silicon Valley and I currently live in Oregon while working for HP. Like any self-respected geek, I love technology and it’s improvement on our lives. I celebrate innovation, and ponder future ideas and ways of life. I’m excited to “talk tech” with my brother Matthew and unravel of mysteries of the tech universe.
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