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Colorful Raiders

Posted by le717 , in Triangular Minifigure Blog 13 July 2014 · 185 views

You don't want me to have fun changing a site's CSS to make everything the same color ( ) . You end up with all this. :P





Three landslide prevention mistakes to avoid

Posted by le717 , in Triangular Minifigure Blog 28 June 2014 · 196 views

It's safe to say that landslides occurring aren't just a fad. They're here to stay. Many are calling them the new frontier of the disaster world. With each passing year more and more Chief's are finally convinced that it's time to give landslide prevention a try. But as is always the case when launching a mining plan in a new channel, there are many pitfa...


I'll take "Extra Classes, Less Hours" for $$$, Alex

Posted by le717 , in Triangular Minifigure Blog 23 June 2014 · 91 views

Back in April I wrote about how I have a pending decision on what I will do to remedy a headache-inducing situation about college and plans for graduation. As a quick recap (you can (re)read the last post for full details), in order to graduate from college with full-time status for the rest of the course, I would either have to:
Take more than 12 hours...


Sandwich marketing: Be proactive

Posted by le717 , 04 June 2014 · 214 views

Imagine if you will that someone has stolen your sandwich. How would you like to have prevented it? In the first scenario, Chief notices some suspicious behavior from a fellow Rock Raider and teleports you safely aboard the L.M.S Explorer and asks to watch out for this Rock Raider. The crime is suspected early on and never occurs. In the second scenario,...


How not to tell your parents you got an F

Posted by le717 , in Triangular Minifigure Blog 26 May 2014 · 175 views

Upon starting college last September, I started receiving the Cengage Brain newsletter every week because one of my books for a class was published by them. I haven’t unsubscribed from it because I haven’t felt like it (even though I don’t really read them), although I do consider it at times.

This is one time I am glad I did not unsubscribe.

In the mo...


On the Topic of LEGO Batman 2 and Spoken Voices

Posted by le717 , in Triangular Minifigure Blog 22 May 2014 · 167 views

We all know how Batman 2 was advertised to be the first LEGO games with voices and how it wasn't pure fan-hype , yada yada yada. However, I never really thought about why TT Games did this to begin with. Sure, I thought about it a little bit but not thoroughly. That is, until sent me a quote back on September 30, 2013 (yes, I am very late publishing t...


Wow, what an interesting fork lies in my road!

Posted by le717 , in Triangular Minifigure Blog 28 April 2014 · 173 views

As I'm sure you are all aware, I am currently in Spring semester finals, due to end Monda-tomor- I'll just say the 28th. I will then have one month break before summer semester. However, that break is really not a break at all. You see, one of my classes this semester was Information Security. Our book (specifically this one was a study guide to the Comp...



Posted by le717 , in Triangular Minifigure Blog 20 April 2014 · 176 views

Alternate title: Murphy's law Adapted to Programming.

Uh huh, in that case I formally sign my name as Triangle717 and always wear a full dress suit and a red bowtie. :P

I somehow came across an article entitled 11 Murphy's Laws for Gaming by Mech Mocha on Monday, April 14 while looking up something (I forget what) for classes. While it is geared tow...


Letter to Microsoft from the UK Government

Posted by le717 , in Triangular Minifigure Blog 08 April 2014 · 257 views
Windows XP, Microsoft and 1 more...
Dear Our Beloved Microsoft,

We have lots of money (no not really. We are broke, but we will act like we do by raising taxes again). Would you be a dear and extend personal Windows XP support to us, please? We were lazy and choose not to upgrade our 64,000 computers running Windows XP and ignored the fact you were discontinuing the 12 year old operating s...


Oh, spam messages...

Posted by le717 , in Triangular Minifigure Blog 13 March 2014 · 170 views

Spam (sometimes known as junk) email, comments, tweets, posts, messages, phone calls, text messages, SMS messages, mail, they are a universal annoyance. From the janitor at your school to a high-seated official, everybody gets and hates spammy junk messages. Further more, with ever-increasing computer power and the rise of programming being taught practic...

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