I'm an Electrical Engineer graduated from Kettering University (June, 2011) and now I work for Laird Technologies in Holly, MI. I love tinkering with things and hacking my own property; I'm driven by solving problems and finding new ways to do things. I'm married to Shannon since July 1st, 2011 and couldn't be happier with her. For more information about me, check out my twitter and blog. Thanks for visiting!
Inspiration The inspiration for the project I am showcasing today comes from the book Make Space. This book is awesome! The authors bear an incredible understanding of how space affects the way that people think, feel, and interact. If you have a home or office where you have the power to change things around, you [...]
Introduction: Coexistence My neighbor and I share an internet connection; we are very good friends and this affords us the opportunity to barter and share quite a few things. In order to help him slim his monthly costs, I’ve offered to set up the same service for him that I have: free “land-line” phone service [...]
*** Update *** Unfortunately, Google has decided to end support for the XMPP protocol in May of 2014. This makes this entire post outdated. I will keep the post here in the hope that Google releases a new API, but also to share that information with any searchers. Introduction: History Earlier this year, the company [...]
Just a quick word to let you know that I have been interviewed on EEWeb as a Featured Engineer! You can check out the interview here: http://www.eeweb.com/spotlight/interview-with-dan-kurin As always, please feel free to feedback in the comments. Thanks! ~Dan
I feel compelled to open each blog post with “It’s been quite some time since my last blog post”, but maybe that’s just a sign I need to change my expectations. Regardless, today I want to tell you about my latest technological experiences. About 2 years ago (late 2009), I became interested in what it would [...]
Hello dear readers, It has been about a month since I last wrote you, but that seems par for the course. A lot has changed in the last month; Shannon and I got married (I still need to update the “about me” on my main page), have moved to Flint, and both gotten jobs! It’s [...]
The following is a research paper that I wrote for my Leadership, Ethics, and Contemporary Issues course this term. This topic is something that I am very passionate for; I am moving to Flint with my bride-to-be after the wedding! This is primarily driven by a calling to ministry, but I also see Flint as [...]
Good Evening! I haven’t blogged for a while so I decided that a good comeback post would be about an idea I’ve had for a web application. Need One of the problems I have come across quite a bit in my downloading and using of software (primarily open-source, but also some closed-source) is that, [...]
Welcome, I’d like to share with you about a project I began working on recently. I originally read about the idea on Lifehacker when they posted a clever Linux hack for configuring the Linux Cron using a Google Calendar as a front-end (this project is called GCalCron, I give all credit for the idea to [...]
Good evening! This past Tuesday, Flint held its first Pecha Kucha Night. In case you aren’t familiar, Pecha Kucha Night is an event focused on the community where anyone can come and share an idea. Looking for a clearer definition? Too bad; that would totally stifle the attitude that drives PKN: community creativity. Alas, I’m [...]
Enter for a chance to win the new Tektronix oscilloscope at http://t.co/OyrzqE5PlF
Sun Jul 20 02:20:53 +0000 2014
@FlintHiddenCash Next time, hide it "under a big W". Haha " #itsamadmadmadmadworld
Thu Jul 10 13:09:05 +0000 2014
@FlintHiddenCash in my front yard... JK. You could use it to showcase forgotten landmarks or struggling businesses
Sun Jun 29 14:03:28 +0000 2014
@FlintHiddenCash Thanks, this is a lot of fun!
Fri Jun 27 13:53:39 +0000 2014
@FlintHiddenCash when are you going to post a picture of what the cash looks like?
Fri Jun 27 12:01:29 +0000 2014
If this is the new HP, I really like them: http://t.co/p7XUqHoy3E
This changes everything.
Wed Jun 18 01:30:03 +0000 2014
Congratulations to my brother for graduating from the Police Academy!
Fri May 09 20:29:53 +0000 2014
Tue Apr 22 11:56:21 +0000 2014
@devttyS0 I tried emailing webmaster on your blog, but got "Relay access denied". How can I send you an email to ask for some RE advice? THX
Mon Apr 21 20:32:19 +0000 2014
I've written a new blog post about the standing desks we made at work: http://t.co/9eWGKwLtoi Check it out!
Tue Mar 11 16:45:59 +0000 2014
This is one of the saddest things I have read in a long time.... http://t.co/fQSuO44xaO The solution to racism isn't more racism.
Fri Mar 07 15:30:03 +0000 2014
I can't believe we made it a whole year with our little guy. Happy 1st Birthday, Bentley!
Sat Jan 25 17:48:03 +0000 2014
Restore Net Neutrality By Directing the FCC to Classify Internet Providers as "Common Carriers". http://t.co/rYwLKsEtIm
Thu Jan 16 16:41:21 +0000 2014
Joel Rash does a great job of repping Flint in this HuffPo article! http://t.co/GECaNCPfVz
Fri Jan 10 14:31:30 +0000 2014
Getting a lot of experience with Linux software RAID these past few days, but not under the circumstances I would prefer.....
Wed Dec 18 22:54:25 +0000 2013
My son just climbed, without any assistance, the 4 stairs in the back room!
Sat Nov 16 01:11:44 +0000 2013
Compromise is an important life skill. The challenge lies in discerning the value for both parties.
Wed Nov 13 13:31:01 +0000 2013
I have been driving on E for over 200 miles. I think I need a new fuel level sensor...
Tue Nov 12 17:59:00 +0000 2013
Sign this petition to end the use of the penny as US currency, since it is no longer worth what it costs to make it. http://t.co/2Qf2j6f2Rr
Wed Nov 06 14:54:36 +0000 2013
One side effect to the self-published music phenomenon is the destruction of the publishing chain that ends at Music radio. Radio is dead.
Sat Nov 02 12:41:44 +0000 2013