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Steve Spigarelli
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Pretty cool open source projects by the NYT.
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Watch some science brought to you by the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences department at BYU.
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See if you can beat my time of: 32:26 #DrWhoDoodle - Shouldn't be too hard.
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This is Ella who beat you:)
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I published my first extension for Google Chrome. Could be useful if you use http://www.callcentric.com/ and use the phonebook to help block unwanted callers.
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Great article on password security. Then change all your passwords and get a password manager.
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I love this animation about the inner working of a combustion engine. Definitely worth understanding to help me appreciate the car I take for granted almost daily.
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I especially like the Sponge Bob reference.
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A picture with Big Foot from the Deseret Industries "New Life for People" campaign. #newlifeforpeople  #deseretindustries #donate2di #sasquatch #bigfoot
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spig,  new dev staff?
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Wired up my joule thief again to start working through some dead batteries I've been saving.
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It uses dead batteries. It uses a transformer and a transistor to suck the battery even deader - so down to about .3 volts instead of when a battery usually dies around 1.2 or so volts. It's not efficient but for a dead battery it's great.
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Pretty useful for converting videos to mp3.
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    Computer Science, 1996 - 2000
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