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Wagmans and Google/Apple Pay

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Published on: April 4, 2016

A couple of weeks ago I found out that Wagmans takes Google pay. Of the stores I know of in the Hunt Valley area, this is the only one I know of that takes Google pay. I will be changing where I do my shopping now. I like the convenience of them taking it, as[…]

Old Blogs

Categories: Blog Stuff, Geekdom, Technology
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Published on: April 4, 2016

This is an older blog it has been around for over a decade. That got me to wondering what Blogs still exist from the time I was really into reading Blogs. I had not really read many for the last few years, I am thinking of pulling up a new RSS reader (I stopped for[…]

Nice trick for Google Now

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Published on: April 2, 2016

Yes another Tech post in this weekend. I been playing with all kind of stuff. But here for the post I my main email address that I use (on this domain mpop at mikeoconnor dot net) where I get all my emails, but all my other google services I use off of my google account[…]

Almost forgot my full love of the shell (command line to many of you)

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Published on: April 2, 2016

I always feel more comfortable when working at the bash shell instead of in some sort of GUI. And since the Google forcing of Android Studio (that bloatware) I have returned to the command line to do my Android development. But while I have been there I have thought about how I could move more[…]

Further work on ridding my personal development of IDEs

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Published on: April 1, 2016

As I have don’t some work on my computer to prep for the day where I don’t need an IDE for Android development (also this work is making me think I might not need an IDE for any kind of development) This is what my screen has turned into as I done work on it[…]

Starting to get hot here

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Published on: April 1, 2016

I don’t think it is do to the weather, according to Google it is only 63F out. But my Thermostat is reading 82F in the state of off. I have the air on circulate (no hear or AC just moving the air around) I have all the windows open in the APT. I just need[…]

Android Development in Emacs on Linux

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Published on: April 1, 2016

I found this blog post Development for Android with Emacs today. I am working on porting all my development for Android over to Emacs. As I noted here Android Studio is unusable, and not something that I want to suffer though. I am now working on getting Emacs to do auto complete for Java. UPDATE:[…]

Android Studio

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Published on: March 29, 2016

I have tried using the new google android studio for doing coding on android, but the program sucks, I mean it just plain sucks. I have not seen a program run so slowly. Most of all my programs run at a good speed, but if I try to use android studio, it takes 10 minutes[…]

How Apple lost today

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Published on: March 28, 2016

With the news that the FBI did not need Apple’s help on getting the data from the terrorists iPhone, apple lost big today. How you might ask. Well if Apple did help with a valid warrant for the phone, they could have retained the software with out giving it over to the FBI (the warrant[…]

To People everywhere that live in APTS with shard washer and driers

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Published on: January 3, 2016

Please don’t monopolize all of them all day. I know you have laundry to do, but when you take all the washers and driers all day and then leave your last load in the driers all night you make it so others are unable to uses these shared resources. Other people don’t want to wear[…]

I guess this Blog has gotten a new life in it.

Categories: Geekdom, Programming
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Published on: November 27, 2015

My blog has not been updated in a long time. But now I have updated it a few times this month. Not sure where I will be going with this blog, but that is ok it is just a personal website and blog, so it does not really need a direction. To those of you[…]

Just a little bit of coding.

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Published on: November 27, 2015

This is what my screen looked like while playing on some code today. I need more screen realist, as you can see I am almost out of space on the screen.

Working with 4 monitors

Categories: Geekdom
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Published on: November 22, 2015

My current setup while working on the new web site. I got to many xterms open but it what I need to get the work done. I will probably post a few more screen shots over the coming week to show off how my 4 monitors work for me as I do different tasks.

Not enough monitors or to many monitors

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Published on: November 21, 2015

As posted last night I moved my web site from one hosting company to another. While doing it I had many xterms open. And I was finding that even with 4 monitors I still did not have the required space I wanted to do all the work for the configuration and work on the different[…]

Changing who I do my web hosting though

Categories: Geekdom, Web Site
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Published on: November 21, 2015

I hope this one works out nicely, the last ones were find, but were a bit expensive at $90, and all I could do was limited PHP stuff. The new one I am going though is only $5 a month, and I have more access to it, I can setup servlets and struts bases stuff[…]

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