It happens every year when the snow hits the parking lot. People forget how to park. Those of us that go to work every day generally park our cars in a parking lot 5 days a week, 50 weeks a year. We don’t seem to have any trouble getting our car parked between the lines,… Continue Reading The Parking (Learning?) Conundrum
Bookmarks are a handy tool that are included in multiple browsers. The purpose of these marks is to make websites used frequently easy to access. Click on the icon at the top right of the page. Move your cursor down to where “bookmarks” is listed to view your current bookmarks, edit your… Continue Reading Keeping Google Chrome Bookmarks Organized
Three years ago, Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched Rekognition, a video scanning service designed to recognize key elements within a video frame. If IMDB ever helped you recall which actor starred in what movie, then think of Rekognition as the ultimate video search and analysis tool. It detects objects, motion (including pathing), faces (with emotional… Continue Reading Full Rekognition
In the spring of 1955, Eugene made two life-changing decisions that would define his future. First, he decided to pursue his roommate’s girlfriend or recently made ex-girlfriend, and on February 14th he enlisted in the Navy, telling his mother, “I am no longer your boy, I belong to the U.S. government.” Considering the opportunities that… Continue Reading Conceivable Dreams – Part Three
I’ve been questioning whether or not to write this particular blog. I’ve come to the conclusion that this story needs to be shared. During our narrative unit, I chose to wear a particular shirt that has the message “Free MOM Hugs”. The MOM is written in rainbow, and is a clear nod to the… Continue Reading Week 4 – Do What Matters.