Month: March 2010

Times Script Sample

This is an article in this week’s Times-Script. Enjoy! Battlefields of the Civil War By Matthew Lentz Fort Donelson; February 13-16, 1862 About a week after Fort Henry fell, Grant decided to attack Fort Donelson, which was situated on the Cumberland River. Grant’s force had increased to twenty-seven thousand men. As they marched East, the…

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Yes, paper quality does matter.

With my Times-Script publication being in color and also on two sides of paper, I can’t just go for the first ream that comes my way. Traditional 20lb paper is paper-thin, text printed on one side makes reading anything on the other side very difficult to read. 24lb still is not the best, though it…

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The applications I use

When I first started computing, I was like a lot of people. I used the software that came with Windows, and then I would just go out and buy anything else I needed. Since then I have changed. It has been quite a while since I purchased any software, the last time being a programming…

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My favorite modular origami design

Recently I have enjoyed making an origami dodecahedron (12 faces) out of the PHIZZ unit. It takes 30 units, but they are very simple to make. After you make them then you must do the more challenging part: put them together!

Linux is my OS choice!

I have been using Kubuntu 9.10 for about 2 weeks now, and it is working wonderfully! I have used several Linux OS’s previously, Kubuntu 7.10, Ubuntu 9.04, Xubuntu, Mandriva, Puppy Linux, and of course the OS choices from Windows: 95, 98, XP, Vista and 7. Kubuntu has been working out just great, I have all…

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