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Gord Wait
Works at Epson Research & Development Inc Vancouver Design Center
Attended BCIT
Lives in Delta B.C. Canada
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Occupation
Electronics and FPGA Design, Restaurateur
Employment
  • Epson Research & Development Inc Vancouver Design Center
    Hardware Engineer, 2013 - present
    Contractor
  • S.E.L.
    Lead Hardware Engineer, 2011 - 2013
  • Lighthaus Logic Inc
    Electronics and FPGA Design, 2006 - 2011
  • Q Imaging
  • Spectrum Signal Processing
  • SMOS Systems (Seiko Epson)
  • Cubicomp
  • Gemini Technology
  • Vertigo Imaging
    Electronics Engineering
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Currently
Delta B.C. Canada
Previously
Mostly Richmond B.C. Canada - Delta B.C. - Vancouver Area - Edmonton - Saskatoon - Ottawa - Lethbridge
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Musician, Technology, Electronics Engineering, Restaurateur(!), Internet geek, Travel..
Introduction
Musician, Electronics Engineering, Restaurateur, Internet Geek, Travel.
Bragging rights
Co Owner of a great little seaside restaurant in White Rock called Jan's on the Beach! www.jansonthebeach.ca
Education
  • BCIT
  • Steveston Senior Secondary
  • Palmer Junior Secondary
  • Blundell Elementary
  • Hard Knocks
  • Steveston Secondary School
    1978 - 1979
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And Moon!
Tonight Venus and Mars will be even closer..
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Wow! Nice photos!
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Ahhh.
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Doh! Dammit! ;)
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Shanghai..
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My wife is guessing 2004.. I'm not sure...
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Too much for the Facebook crowd eh +Jason Wait?
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Wait, what? Not a mass of incandescent gas but rather a miasma of incandescent plasma? 
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Mind blown..
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End it already.
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Won't it be "No Humans!" ?
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It seems very difficult to pin down which kind of mint to grow for Mojitos..
Peppermint seems to be the one..

http://gernot-katzers-spice-pages.com/engl/Ment_pip.html

( the website seems like a good resource for herbs.. )

Informative article about the spice Peppermint, its botany, chemistry, history and cross-cultural culinary usage.
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Maybe I'll go back and get the special one :-)
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Step 1) Leave a few security holes in your OS
Step 2) Set up a shell company that sells "Grey Hat" hacks to the FBI
Step 3) Profit!

(Just kidding.. )

FBI Director James Comey: "But it was, in my view, worth it."
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I wonder if it's sensitive enough to measure gravity waves?
The LHC is not just the world's most powerful particle accelerator, it could also be its biggest rain meter.
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This is what Canada should be doing, not betting the farm on carbon.
We have known cities to be great power-guzzlers, having a huge appetite for consuming electricity to power its homes and buildings. To generate electricity for such cities through renewable sources like solar becomes a difficult task given the vast amount of area required to place the solar panels. But a city in the heart of …
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Gord's Collections
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Seth's Blog: We have Ebola
sethgodin.typepad.com

It's tragic but not surprising to watch the marketing of another epidemic unfold. It starts with, "We" don't have Ebola, "they" do. They liv

The Enbridge 21 | Need to hear from you right now!
www.enbridge21.ca

Now a gang of 21 MPs is casting a long shadow on the province as they decide whether they will back Enbridge or align with the heroic defend

CMAP: "Why do you use Microsoft Word?" - Charlie's Diary
www.antipope.org

(Another in the irregular "Common Misconceptions about Publishing" series of essays ...) You already know I hate Microsoft Word. But it take

Video: NYPD try to stop skateboard race down Broadway
boingboing.net

Despite a court order banning it in 2012, this year's Broadway Bomb skateboard street-race down Manhattan's iconic boulevard still...

Mel Blanc's radio show: 40+ free, downloadable episodes
feeds.boingboing.net

Zack writes, "In 1947, Mel Blanc, the voice of Bugs Bunny, the Road Runner and other beloved cartoon characters had his own radio show spinn

Rocket launch filmed by drone
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The SpaceX Grasshopper's latest launch—and graceful descent!—captured by a drone-mounted camera. Grasshopper was most recently s...

Malala to Obama: US use of drones is 'fueling terrorism'
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Young author and human rights advocate Malala Yousafzai had quite a tour of the United States this week. In the video above, she ma...

Why Microsoft Word must Die - Charlie's Diary
www.antipope.org

Microsoft Word is a tyrant of the imagination, a petty, unimaginative, inconsistent dictator that is ill-suited to any creative writer's use

A Brief History of Buildings That Melt Things
gizmodo.com

In London this week, a parabolic "death ray" of sunshine--reflected off of London's newest skyscraper--is destroying luxury cars, starting f

On Syria - Charlie's Diary
www.antipope.org

(Note: My Snowden/sociology piece has spawned a longer essay on the same subject area, in Foreign Policy.) And I'm sorry, but I can't stay a

I Met The World's Smartest Dog
www.popsci.com

"Chaser, this is Dan. Chaser! This is Dan," said Deb Pilley, a classical musician who goes by the name Pilley Bianchi professionally and sig

What are you thinking, Mr. President? — BuzzMachine
buzzmachine.com

I wrote this for the Guardian, where the discussion is quite lively, approaching 1,500 comments. I'm posting it here a few days later for th

Why We "Got Milk": Scientific American
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When a single genetic mutation first let ancient Europeans drink milk, it set the stage for a continental upheaval

Ingress
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*****Ingress is a closed-beta right now. Request an invite at http://www.ingress.com*****Ingress transforms the real world into the landscap

Schneier on Security: Blowback from the NSA Surveillance
www.schneier.com

But there are unintended consequences of the NSA scandal that will undermine U.S. foreign policy interests -- in particular, the "Internet F

My week with the 2013 Toyota RAV4 EV
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SPONSORED: This post is presented by the Toyota RAV4 EV. Because innovation can be measured in miles, kilowatts and cubic feet. Learn more a

Schneier on Security: A Really Good Article on How Easy it Is to Crack P...
www.schneier.com

The list of "plains," as many crackers refer to deciphered hashes, contains the usual list of commonly used passcodes that are found in virt

What Kills Big Companies? - The Story of Telling
thestoryoftelling.com

Most companies falter not because they don't do what they do well, but because they don't understand why that matters to their customers.

Interview with Top Chef Canada Competitor Matt Stowe | Vancouver Foodster
vancouverfoodster.com

The other day I had lunch with Chef Matt Stowe at Cactus Club Coal Harbour restaurant, sitting by the window overlooking the stunning view o

Florida's Redlight Program Designed To Make Driving More Dangerous By Sh...
www.techdirt.com

For years, we've been critics of red light cameras, which have been shown time and time again to actually increase accidents rather than dec

Very tasty! If you're looking to treat yourself give them a try. A great wine list as well.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Shopping while hungry - so many tasty things here!
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reviewed 4 years ago
Knowledgeable and friendly staff, and the beer came out great!
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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A great lunch! The butter chicken is excellent!
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Since when is a neighborhood pub supposed to be a rave party? Can't hear yourself think in this place. At least the 18 year olds are having fun..
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago