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macshaggy
Somewhere in North Carolina....
80's Teenager! Right now call me the 40ish year old college student, A MacHead, Heinlein Fan, Scooby-Doo. Like Punk, Alt Rock, Industrial, Classical and Folk.
Interests: Programming Languages: C, Objective-C, Perl. Camping, Buddhism, Mathematics, Physics, Sci-Fi/Fantasy books.
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Hey everyone, I'm suspending any projects that I may have started because of school. I'm taking this class, Alogrithms Analysis and Data Structures, I may post some of the programs that I'm working on and information about the subjects that we learning as it is a very interesting class. Instead... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2012 at The Wonderful Worlds of C Languages
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Compiling Code First item that needs to be covered is how to compile some code. If you are using Xcode then this is simple. You can either select the button that looks like a play, or run, button: Or use the key combination, command-B or command-R. But if you are... Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2011 at The Wonderful Worlds of C Languages
First, I'm going to use a project from my C++ class. It is a simulation of Ant and Doodlebugs. You can find resources on the net talking about this simulation. Usually, it is done in java, as I have found. I'm actually going to code this in C first. Once... Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2011 at The Wonderful Worlds of C Languages
Well I'm learning to program in Objective-C. I'm going to work through a simulation and describe what is what and why I'm doing this or that. Maybe by writing it in a blog The reader and I will learn something. Comments are appreciated!!! Continue reading
Posted Dec 20, 2011 at The Wonderful Worlds of C Languages
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Jul 27, 2011
Okay, how tall are you and after that tidbit how much taller are you to Colin Ferguson?...Not going to answer, okay, but you are on one of my favorite shows and I can't wait for you to show up in the current storyline. Also, when are you going to be on Leverage?
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Feb 23, 2010
Happy Anniversary!! 10 years is awesome! January 22, 2010 is my and my partner's 10 years together as well so I know exactly how you too feel. Congratulations and I can't wait to read about another 10 years that you too have been together.
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Nov 11, 2009
Mr. Wheaton once again you impress me. I loved the YouTube Mashup and I am very happy that you see Prop 8 for what it really is. I no longer live in California (partner and I moved to NC to be closer to his family) but this Prop hurts and I just want to thank you for you support. I posted a no on 8 on my blog. My partner had said the best thing to me that morning when I was writing it - Bear, my partner of eight years, just had this to say about this issue: "The states of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, etc didn't want to end segregation but the courts stepped in and made it happen because it was the right thing to do." You read the entire post at http://www.shaggylogic.net/2008/09/not-too-long-ago-i-wrote-that-i-dont.html Just want to let you know Wesley Crusher Rocks! You Rock! And Criminal Minds Episode was the best one I ever saw. You definitely freaked me out - you totally rock!! Love and Hugs Man, Jake
Toggle Commented Nov 4, 2008 on Californians: Vote NO on Prop 8 at WWdN: In Exile
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Mr. Wheaton once again you impress me. I loved the YouTube Mashup and I am very happy that you see Prop 8 for what it really is. I no longer live in California (partner and I moved to NC to be closer to his family) but this Prop hurts and I just want to thank you for you support. I posted a no on 8 on my blog. My partner had said the best thing to me that morning when I was writing it - Bear, my partner of eight years, just had this to say about this issue: "The states of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, etc didn't want to end segregation but the courts stepped in and made it happen because it was the right thing to do." You read the entire post at http://www.shaggylogic.net/2008/09/not-too-long-ago-i-wrote-that-i-dont.html Just want to let you know Wesley Crusher Rocks! You Rock! And Criminal Minds Episode was the best one I ever saw. You definitely freaked me out - you totally rock!! Love and Hugs Man, Jake
Toggle Commented Nov 4, 2008 on Californians: Vote NO on Prop 8 at WWdN: In Exile
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This could be a good thing or really a bad thing. So far I'm not an Abrams fan. He tends to try to create mystery but the real mystery is to himself. I was disappointed when on Alias I had figured out the entire mystery of the show two years before it appeared that the characters had which felt anti-climatic. Lost feels exactly like Alias so I haven't cared to watch it. And if Abrams does for Star Trek what Ron Moore did for BSG then maybe thats not a good thing. BSG has had ample opportunity to truly develop the cylons and yet who and what they are kept in subtext. And when Moore finally tells us that the cylons are really us and the human race living in harmony on Earth we will still not have a complete picture of the reinvention. Just my prediction hopefully I'm wrong and hopefully the full nature of the cylons will be revealed before the show ends. But will I go and watch the new Star Trek film more than likely I'm still a Trek Geek if anything.
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This could be a good thing or really a bad thing. So far I'm not an Abrams fan. He tends to try to create mystery but the real mystery is to himself. I was disappointed when on Alias I had figured out the entire mystery of the show two years before it appeared that the characters had which felt anti-climatic. Lost feels exactly like Alias so I haven't cared to watch it. And if Abrams does for Star Trek what Ron Moore did for BSG then maybe thats not a good thing. BSG has had ample opportunity to truly develop the cylons and yet who and what they are kept in subtext. And when Moore finally tells us that the cylons are really us and the human race living in harmony on Earth we will still not have a complete picture of the reinvention. Just my prediction hopefully I'm wrong and hopefully the full nature of the cylons will be revealed before the show ends. But will I go and watch the new Star Trek film more than likely I'm still a Trek Geek if anything.
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Okay Wil, do you bring this picture out when you have nothing else to write about. I swear this is the third time that you have posted that picture and I think that you really like that sweater more than your letting on!!!
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2007 on it's clobberin' time at WWdN: In Exile
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Okay Wil, do you bring this picture out when you have nothing else to write about. I swear this is the third time that you have posted that picture and I think that you really like that sweater more than your letting on!!!
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2007 on it's clobberin' time at WWdN: In Exile
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Okay I love Futurama but am I the only one with a problem with the Prof's statement. Technically, isn't Fry both his and the Prof's grandfather/uncle. Just my two cents - "Don't you ever get the feeling that your only dating girls because your supoosed too?" "Don't ever say that!"
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2007 on choke on that, causality! at WWdN: In Exile
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Okay I love Futurama but am I the only one with a problem with the Prof's statement. Technically, isn't Fry both his and the Prof's grandfather/uncle. Just my two cents - "Don't you ever get the feeling that your only dating girls because your supoosed too?" "Don't ever say that!"
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2007 on choke on that, causality! at WWdN: In Exile
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