Steve4Physics has made some really wonderful videos on Youtube. I wanted to make some notes privately at first but I thought I might as well share them on my blog so that somebody else can see them (and to avoid losing them myself). +ve = Positive Charge (Proton) 1.60×10-19C -ve = Negative Charge (Electron) -1.60×10-19C … Continued
It is coming soon (this year, so there are only a matter of weeks now!), a revision of the current LinkedIn website design that we have all been waiting for. According to a couple of sources, the new design is going to look like this: (Image credit: Design Week) Here is a video overview: To … Continued
According to Wikipedia, “Pete Namlook was an ambient and electronic-music producer and composer. In 1992, he founded the German record label FAX +49-69/450464, which he oversaw.” – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pete_Namlook. Unfortunately, after passing away in November 2012 most of us fans were left with an emptiness. For some, the world really did end that year. This tribute … Continued
There is very little left of privacy these days, social networks such as Facebook collect your data and sell it. Every like, comment and reaction will reveal your inner feelings and private personality. Your information is also possible to obtain for free by anybody that can get their fingers key tapping for the Facebook API. … Continued
You can find my most recently updated CV at http://www.ryanormrod.com/cv.pdf. I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks!
Star count is a piece of software that I am writing in PHP. The fundamental purpose is to try and count all of the stars within a given image. Star count tries to accomplish this by identifying the dark and light areas of the image and processing them in a manner which allows a single count per … Continued
I am very excited to be putting up my own personal homepage. As a web developer I will be sharing code examples and experiments. As a helpful person I will be writing tutorials and giving out free advice. I will also be improving my website design in time, but I wanted to start with something … Continued