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Teaching Kids Computer Skills – Introduction

Everything from your cell phone, to your car, to even your refrigerator has a computer in it. And they do everything from automatically track and adjust finances to reminding us to get milk and monitor expiration dates on the food… Continue Reading →

To Marinate or Not to Marinate – It’s not really a question…

It’s a common misnomer that a marinade will automatically add flavor to meat, especially if left to sit long enough. There is a science to it and not all marinades improve flavor – in some configurations they will simply soften… Continue Reading →

A Day In The Life of Cerebral Dad – Swimming!

Our neighbors were kind enough to invite us over for a Barb-Q and a bit of swimming. The kids are getting so much better at swimming – both are able to paddle around the pool with little help from me…. Continue Reading →

Building a Robot – Assembling a Wish List

After sourcing the motors from eBay, I started to think about the basic features “The Robot” will have, and quickly started to make up a wish list of parts. The featured image above is only inspiration for my own design,… Continue Reading →

BMW supporting 2016 US Olympic Swim Team with Technology Upgrade

BMW sensors and software developed for automotive functions are now helping the US Olympic Swim Team by analyzing their startup and turning underwater, a critical aspect of the competition measured in hundredths of a second. Back in 2012 – BMW,… Continue Reading →

Double Oven Chicken with Shishito Peppers

If you like crockpot meals – this is like one with a “participation award.” We are going to have to cook a bit before we “set it and forget it.” Nothing too intense – just browning some meat and caramelizing… Continue Reading →

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