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Recent Posts

n-in-a-row Games, Part II

Considering the ubiquity of regular Tic-Tac-Toe, it is curious that relatively few have thought to take their game to the next level. In this article, we will explore the next step in n-in-a-row play, larger boards and larger row requirements.

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n-in-a-row Games, Part I

Some years back, I happened to challenge a friend to a long (100-game) series to determine who would be the World Champion Tic-Tac-Toe player. What started as a bit of a jest then developed into a serious interest into the world of n-in-a-row games. In these posts, I hope to over-analyze simple things, show the depth of the better games, and instill an interest in them.

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Terminal Dreams, Part II

As of the time of this writing, it's been about a day since my adventure in attempting to use the terminal for all tasks began. This will be somewhat abbreviated compared to the last post, for the purpose of getting it online in a reasonable time.

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Terminal Dreams, Part I

For most people, the age of computer terminals ended after MS-DOS. But starting today at around 10:30 AM, and continuing for a day or two, I intend to use only terminal-esque programs on my desktop computer.

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Some New Works

It's been a long time since the last post here (which was originally posted May 20th), but I'm still alive and hope to show you that the silence hasn't been entirely in vain.

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Debugging Subscription Problems

I like to think of myself as a precise person, but the reality is that a lot of the time, things fall through the cracks.

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Basic Aspects of Programming

I've spent time around computers and/or programming, and sometimes I hear people say things to the effect that what I do is "complicated" or "over [their] head". What that seems to imply to me is, "I could never do that". In this article, I intend to show that not only could you do that, you may already be thinking or doing things that overlap with the programming field.

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Choosing a Popular OS

There are three families of operating systems ("OSes") for regular users in modern computing: macOS, Windows, and Linux (which includes Google’s Chrome OS).

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The Second-Person Plural Pronoun

The true shame in modern English's lack of a second-person plural is that the damage is self-inflicted.

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Virtual Dice Games

I suppose it is appropriate that my first working demo of object-oriented programming would be a game.

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Too Quick for You

"Users don't always want things to work faster"?

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Introducing gPress

Welcome to the first public post from gPress! I didn't expect to return to blogging again, but circumstances have made it compelling, and if I'm going to blog, I want to do it with a platform that suits me.

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