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The Bohemian Boolean

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    Physics Phun with Phriends

    I wanted to share the longer version of an article I published for my school newspaper – on Page 9 in the flipbook for the issue coming out tomorrow, February 2nd. Check it out on the website, too, to see all of our cool page designs and other articles! For this in-depth article, I had…

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    The Tech Troubadour

    Check out my new book, “computer poems”. Open the pdf version here or download it for the Kindle here. “computer poems” is a book composed of eleven of my favorite computer-generated poems. Computational linguistics is a burgeoning field and being able to program a computer to tap its inner Dickinson is only the tip of the…

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    QRADS Explanation

    What does Quadratic Residue Acoustic Diffuser Simulator mean? Well, an acoustic diffuser is a typically-wooden device placed on a wall or ceiling that disperses or “diffuses” sound evenly, when sound bounces off of it. This is not to be confused with a sound absorber, which absorbs sound and preventing it from spreading throughout a room,…

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    Chrome Extension

    I just created my first Chrome extension! I created an extension for WestTime, an application at our school that help students and faculty with figuring out when the period will end. I used the extension to create a pop-up window that focuses only on the clock as requested from my school librarian to create such…

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    Seniors Helping Seniors

    As I wrote before, after assisting senior scientists at Argonne National Lab with technology, I was inspired to change our NHS project to teaching technology to senior citizens. We branded it “Seniors Empowering Seniors” as our high school seniors would be helping senior citizens in local nursing homes and assisted living centers. I “crowd sourced”…

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