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Logos

April 21, 2010

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i recently designed a series of logos for a couple of student groups at the university. here they are in all of their splendor:    IGPI, the interdisciplinary graduate program in informatics     GISo, The Graduate Informatics Society (they later made me add an additional “o”)    Finally, the Data Mining at Iowa Group:

Improve your home theater: cheap treatments for your listening room

April 2, 2008

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    Would you like to know how to VASTLY improve the performance of your stereo or your home theater’s audio channels without spending a dime on more electronics? Fix the room! Most people shouldn’t even think about spending $1500 (or whatever…) on a new amp or to upgrade their subwoofer. The room’s acoustics are […]

DIY, part two: Installing HIR lighting on a BMW e36 325i

March 5, 2008

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Halogen Infrared Reflecting, that is. You may have never searched for replacement bulbs online before, but trust me when I say that it is an unpleasant experience. Everyone is trying to sell these stupid “SuperUltraHyperMax10000+ Waveon UltraHID Halogen” or whatever brand/model bulbs, and it’s annoying for any number of reasons, including the two following items: […]

DIY, part one: GE gas dryer repair

March 1, 2008

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Our dryer stopped heating earlier this week; the electric parts (switches, blower, and belt motor) still work. A service call was going to cost at least $125, and probably more. As far as we could tell, the only option was to go to an appliance store and spend close to $400 on the cheapest gas […]