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Overview After Christmas I purchased a few strands of the Walgreen "15 C9 Multi-color Light Show" LED Christmas lights (WIC 276754; UPC 04...
These are my personal rants and opinions and they do not necessarily reflect the opinions of my family, employer, religion, social group, or any other organization or person with whom I may be affilia...
James Brown's Personal Blog Debunking the 'science' behind cell phone and driving research I personally believe that there is a lot of 'junk science' out there about cell phone use and driving. Whi...
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The following articles include basic information about how to solder and what tools you need. Many of these include videos and links to other resources.
How To Solder: A Complete Beginners Guide - Makerspaces.com
Sometimes the data in your SQL database represents hierarchical data. For example, a bill of materials, departments, or reporting structures (employee directory).
You may not know it, but you can actually do fully recursive queries directly in SQL using common table expressions (CTEs). I wrote up a github 'gist' including example data and SQL code to demonstrate how to do this....
The great folks over at Makeblock have created a nice little board for creating robots, the mCore.
Internet sales tax just makes no sense. It is simply another version of interstate sales tax which also makes no sense. The simple solution is to pay sales tax where an item is sold (it is called "Sales Tax" after all) and be done with it.
Let's look at the edge cases which are often instructive in revealing issues and problems....
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