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Bryan Gorges
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Open Science, so what?
In reference to my job at COS , of course people ask me what I do. That is pretty easy to answer: I make websites work better for scientists to use and keep workflow/data. Great. But the question often not asked, maybe because adults left it back in their c...
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Boredom
Training in Fusion and Sub-space Generation technologies couldn’t be more different. The fusion training was actually a degree backed by several universities for the military, and took nearly four years to complete. With that he had made Senior Warrant Offi...
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Subjected to...
Why would anybody want to subject another to targeted advertising? Good question. Why are you reading this blog? Friends of mine? Similar interests? Family? Well the first two mean that maybe some of the advertising will actually of interest. It is actual...
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Done! For Now...
Sometimes progress is hard to come by. Right now, for instance, I am trying to learn something new, specifically a Python web module known as flask but running it on a ipython notebook which is probably complicating matters. Maybe I should just make another...
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Seattle, Alaska, and Back Again
This promises to be a photo filled post... Our usual summer trip usually involves family, check. Though 'our' and 'usual' don't quite go together yet. We've been married for a bit more than a year and a half, so this is our second summer traveling together....
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Spreading the thought germ.
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Glamour Tug
*Note: This is a final draft by any means, just an excerpt or short story trying to get a slightly different view of my universe. It wasn’t the most glamorous job, but she made the best of it. She applied retro thrusters, working in concert with the mono-ta...
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Buyer's Remorse
To assuage his buyer’s remorse he stood in the hold of his cargo ship and looked at the lines of the craft he had purchased. It wasn’t alien in design, there being no confirmed contact with aliens that could design anything beyond rock tools, but it was a h...
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Contrasting Old and New
What’s the best thing about living on the mainland after seven years of living on Hawaii? Flights aren’t working out in my favor as far as schedule and cost, nor is it cheap to send furniture from my parents’. In Hawaii? Suck it up, the only way you are get...
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The Only Constant
I have no idea how many people read this blog, or rather I haven't looked at in depth stats recently. One thing I will tell you is that I certainly have an issue with consistently writing. So I will keep this short in order to motivate myself to write anoth...
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Alice Min Soo Chun & Stacy Kelly is raising funds for SolarPuff: A Unique Little Solar Light on Kickstarter! Solarpuff is a little lantern with a HUGE impact. It is a patent pending solar powered lantern that packs flat and easily pops open.
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There you go...
You know that video making the rounds, supposedly demonstrating amazing "lost" archery skills? Our archery expert shoots it full of holes. Continue reading →
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Software Engineer
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Python, Perl, C/C++, EPICS, DRAMA, VxWorks, Testing, Learning
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  • Center for Open Science
    Developer/Software Engineer, 2015 - present
  • Joint Astronomy Centre
    Software Engineer, 2008 - 2015
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I work for the Center for Open Science as a Software Engineer.

In down time I help out at church, run, fence, hike, read, and play some computer games
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With their move out of the long time spot by the Waiakea pond, Miyo's has drastically improved decor and a bit better service. Gone are the green plastic lawn chairs and cheap plastic tables. The new furniture is all of the same type, if a bit large and clunky, it is a large step up. Unfortunately moving away from the pond means it doesn't have any good views. With the move service is on the upward swing as they have a few new servers (though they are still learning the craft) but it is jam packed and I have seen many potential dinner parties turned away at the door. We've managed to reserve a seat an hour before showing up. If you want to have some excellent Japanese food that isn't just sushi, and with a Hilo twist I would suggest reserving a table the day before.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Very good food and service. Always a favorite place to go with a group of people. And 24 hours means 24 hours, except the one day a month of deep cleaning. They keep clean through the rest of the month too.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This was an excellent place, plenty of good, well-made food for a reasonable price. We will be going back again.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I am sure it is great but I was looking for a laundromat, not a dry cleaning place.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago