The Sexy Day

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Well the sexiness has not appeared. Ubercaster is now in Public Beta! Let the podcasting begin for us OS X users. I was running some test last night over Skype with the Mike E. But I was running into an issue with my microphone not being heard but Skype was working great. This is Beta software and so far impressed but getting this to work has been an issue and I am not thrilled about how the user on Skype cannot hear the Sound Effects. But I will be submitting my request to for features and fixes soon.

The sad part of my weekend was that my good friend my TI-89 Calculator has passed away. I got it in the 9th grade for an outragous $200 they are now down to about $120 or so and going to go pickup a new onen for my summer math class. That calculator was like the coolest shit ever. It predated cell phone text messaging. Writing Notes in the notepad and passing them back and forth in the Pre-Calc in 11th Grade. Trig was awesome. I remember the other people that had a TI-89 in my classes in high school were working on a theory of a hub to setup a multiplayer game of Tetris. Those were the days. People called us geeks then. But for some reason I think we are a bit more apprciated. We always mocked those with the TI-83. What you don’t have the solve() feature? That sucks to be you! Wait you don’t have the factor() feature? What a shame. I remember we would take notes with the text editor and have a leg up on those with the older calculators. I remember many nights up coding on my calculator just so I could run a program that would instant split screen to the Table and the Graph so I could input what the value I wanted for X to be and have all the possible variations. They have since changed the tool so you can program on a computer and upload to the calculator.

But anyways hope everyone had a good weekend. As I work out the kinks and bugs with Ubercaster me and Mike have a Podcast to do. Lots of cool news to talk about. The blogosphere and the podosphere will collide and we will have an explosion of sexiness all around the internet universe.

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    Ah, I will admit back in the high school days, I would have been jealous of your calculator. We had to share school-owned fancy pants calculators for graphing and all that other crazy fun stuff.

    Admittedly, math was always one my best subjects. Which is kind of annoying because I don’t want to do math for a career in any way. But my AP math classes and my SAT score let me skip those stupid entry-level college algebra courses they make people take. So I guess it was somewhat helpful.


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    Ah, I will admit back in the high school days, I would have been jealous of your calculator. We had to share school-owned fancy pants calculators for graphing and all that other crazy fun stuff.

    Admittedly, math was always one my best subjects. Which is kind of annoying because I don’t want to do math for a career in any way. But my AP math classes and my SAT score let me skip those stupid entry-level college algebra courses they make people take. So I guess it was somewhat helpful.


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    I just picked up a TI-89 Titanium. I must say it’s a little geekier then I had hoped. Took a recompile on a few of my apps. I never played with the 85. I enjoyed a TI-86 that I stole from a girl but eh Had to give it back.

    Now if Apple had a calculator running OS X it would be a good day.


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    I just picked up a TI-89 Titanium. I must say it’s a little geekier then I had hoped. Took a recompile on a few of my apps. I never played with the 85. I enjoyed a TI-86 that I stole from a girl but eh Had to give it back.

    Now if Apple had a calculator running OS X it would be a good day.

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