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Travis Style Fingerpicking

Travis Style Fingerpicking

Travis style fingerpicking, named after guitarist Merle Travis, is a guitar technique for right hand picking commonly played on a steel string acoustic guitar. Read More

Backpacking Equipment Checklist

Essential backpacking equipment list. Map, compass, sunscreen, lip balm, sunglasses, fleece jacket, windbreaker, rain pants, socks, mid weight shirt, etc... Read More
Pi

Pi

Pi is a character in the roman alphabet ( π ). In mathematics it is used to represent the ratio of a circle's circumference to it's diameter ( C / d ). Read More

Programming Hot Fix

A hot fix is a quick and dirty code bandaid. This is typically done in situations where software has broken, maybe from a recent code or dependency change. Read More

ISO Photography

ISO is a photography setting that adjusts a camera's sensitivity to light. A higher ISO means it is more sensitive to light, lower means it is less sensitive. Read More

Score (Number)

Score is an Old English word referring to a set of twenty. It originated from Old Norse, where its meaning referred to cutting a notch into a piece of wood. Read More

Newton's Laws of Motion

Newton’s laws of motion: objects at rest remain at rest, acceleration of an object is related to the force applied to it, for every action there is a reaction Read More
Panopticon

Panopticon

The theory of the panopticon is that the prisoners must assume they are being watched. It is insignificant how many guards are in the tower fifty, one, or none. Read More
Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds get their name from the quiet hum produced by their rapidly flapping wings, allowing them to hover and fly backwards. They are 3 to 5 inches long. Read More

Landlubbers

A landlubber is someone who has no knowledge of boats or the sea. Lubber (noun) referring to a clumsy, lazy, or all around inexperienced person with boats. Read More
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