Monthly Archives: April 2010

The most remote regions of the internet

Google Analytics has this neat feature that will show you a world map of where every visitor to your site is from, in many cases allowing you to drill down to the actual city they are from. I was amazed … Continue reading

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How to fix your Steam chat message sound back to normal

Valve pushed out their new GUI for Steam today. It has some flaws, but it’s still a very¬†serviceable¬†interface. It looks basically like the Steam Beta, but now it’s mandatory. What might sound strange, however, is the Steam Chat sound is … Continue reading

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Jim Kazanjian

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DART Rail Expansion

I’m no railfan (at least I don’t claim to be) but transportation infrastructure is just damn cool, especially when it’s in your own backyard. The first time I used light rail was traveling to my high school graduation, to the … Continue reading

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