The most exciting part of engineering is reverse engineering.
re·verse en·gi·neer·ing: noun the process of extracting knowledge or design information from something for the purpose of reproducing it
In April 2017, I packed all of my essential belongings into 2.5 bags, and I was moving across the country with no return trip in sight. I had no idea what I was getting myself into, none of us really did, and I wasn't exactly sure what I'd be doing out there. The only thing I knew…
It’s been 349 days since the last post I wrote, so we have quite a bit of catching up to do.
It’s time to talk about the pain and everything that went wrong in 2016. Even though 2016 was the best year of my life, there was still a lot that sucked. I want to be very transparent about it and at the same time help myself mentally file it away. Here goes…
It's fair to say that there have been significant advances in technology and science since the turn of the nineteenth century. Yet our recent ancestors may have stumbled upon something dating back to the 1860s that still seems to be baffling us today:
"Eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread."
Through a game of generational telephone and our ever-decreasing attention spans, this morphed into the phrase "an apple a day keeps the doctor away."