To change things up from my regular posts, I decided to write instructions on how to make a simple catapult. I’m a Den Leader for my local Webelos cub scouts group and we are working on the engineering activity badge. One of the requirements of the activity badge is to built a catapult. This catapult … Read more
Our team from BYU recently attended the AITP National Conference held in downtown Oklahoma City, OK at the Cox Convention Center. We competed in Java, database, application development, business intelligence, office solutions, and systems design. Here are some highlights of our trip: For more pictures, check out the official flickr album.
Have you ever made a list of computers or electronics that you’ve own in your life. I started making this list (which is still not compete) and was very surprise as to how many different computers and printers I’ve purchased, used, and sold in my life. Computers Apple //e – $50 Apple Macintosh Plus – … Read more
Recently, there has been a small debate as to who is “the smartest professor ever”. A simple search query in any search engine reveals many ideal candidates; each one incorporates high levels of education, long lists of valid credentials, and a general collaboration of being smart. The level of intelligence is not only “book smart”, … Read more
In my Information System class, our group has been asked by the smartest professor ever to share a little about Search Engine Optimization. We decided to post the many reasons why our Information Systems BYU professor is the greatest teacher ever to help illustrate how powerful correct optimization of a blog or webpage can be. … Read more