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Nov 16, 2015
polyGeek
Writing Tips
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TED-ed: How to write fiction that comes alive
This is something every fiction writer knows, or absolutely should know, but it #8217;s worth watching to drive the idea home. Too often I get caught up in the plot, or the dialog between characters, and forget to give the reader the sense of physicality needed to suck them into the story.
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Nov 16, 2015
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NFL overtime rules are incomplete
NFL rules try to cover every contingency in every situation, but I thought of a situation where, under extraordinary circumstances, the rules would be self-conflicting. The rules for overtime games during the regular season were recently changed so that each team would get a chance to possess the ball, unless the team that gets the [ hellip;]
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Jun 16, 2015
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Jurassic World was good, but #8230;
I enjoyed Jurassic World quite a lot for the spectacle of it all, but the story was a little bit lacking. For one thing everything to do with the brothers was a waste of time, but that #8217;s not what I want to talk about. What really caught my attention was the loyalty of the raptors. [ hellip;]
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Jan 02, 2014
polygeek
Away3D, Number Numbness
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Sphractals
Here are some cool fractals displayed on a sphere using polar coordinates. This first group of 4 images is of the same fractal pattern ( Mandelbrot 1 ), as the camera zooms in on the sphere. Click here to view the 3D presentation of this pattern. ( Note: at the bottom-left of the presentation are [ hellip;]
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Dec 03, 2012
polygeek
Essay, Number Numbness
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If a human were made of LEGO blocks
This is all just silly fun but I think it helps illustrate just how amazingly huge we are compared to the building blocks from which we are made. Each of us is a massive collection of molecules working together to maintain a complex biological and chemical machine. There are so many pieces to this machine [ hellip;]
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May 03, 2012
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Away3D
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Random Walk in Away3D 4.0
I don #8217;t know what it is but I just love the patterns, or lack of patterns, in a random walk. Especially when it #8217;s done in 3D. It sort of reminds me of a complex protein molecule folding up on itself. At any rate it #8217;s fun and easy to play around with and so I thought [ hellip;]
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May 01, 2012
polygeek
Away3D
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Mathematical representation of the Apache Flex Logo in Away3D
I don #8217;t know about you but I love the new Apache Flex logo. And when I saw it I couldn #8217;t help but see that the shape was similar to a mathematical Rose. So of course I spent way, WAY, too much time futzing around with values until I could create a rough representation using Away3D [ hellip;]
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Dec 31, 2011
polygeek
Flex
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The year behind, the year ahead
I think the biggest news for me personally for 2011 was that the RunPee app reverted back to my control. Briefly the story goes that I built the website back in 2008. Then in 2009 it became really popular and lots of people wanted an iPhone app. Since I had no way of making it [ hellip;]
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Dec 12, 2011
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Flex
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I #8217;m too lazy to be a HTML developer
There #8217;s no denying it. I #8217;m just to damn lazy to be an HTML developer. This really sunk in when I looked at a tutorial for doing a jQuery Lightbox #8211; for a client project. The tutorial was titled #8220;Super Simple Lightbox with CSS and jQuery #8221; but after reading it over I thought a better title [ hellip;]
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Jun 02, 2011
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Away3D
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TRON clock using Away3D
I was inspired by the Algorithmist #8217;s TRON Clock so for funzies over the weekend I wanted to make my own using Away3D. I find that I learn the most when I #8217;m just playing around with something like this and exploring different ways to code or design. Starting with the outermost ring #8211; hand #8211; you [ hellip;]
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