Archive for General Digressions

“Hacking the Naked Princess” – latest chapters are in print in 2600 Magazine

Get Part 10: Volume 33, #4 (Winter 2016-2017) to read the continuation of Dev Manny’s newest case, “Hacking the Naked Princess”. Here are the back issues where you can get the rest of the story: Part 1: Volume 29, #2 (Summer 2012) Part 2: Volume 29, #4 (Winter 2012-2013) Part 3: Volume 30, #2 (Summer 2013) Part 4: Volume 30, #4 […]

“Hacking the Naked Princess” – latest chapters are in print in 2600 Magazine

Get Part 9: Volume 33, #2 (Summer 2016) to read the continuation of Dev Manny’s newest case, “Hacking the Naked Princess”. Here are the back issues where you can get the rest of the story: Part 1: Volume 29, #2 (Summer 2012) Part 2: Volume 29, #4 (Winter 2012-2013) Part 3: Volume 30, #2 (Summer 2013) Part 4: Volume 30, #4 […]

“Hacking the Naked Princess” – latest chapters are in print in 2600 Magazine

Get Part 8: Volume 32, #4 (Winter 2015-2016) to read the continuation of Dev Manny’s newest case, “Hacking the Naked Princess”. Here are the back issues where you can get the rest of the story: Part 1: Volume 29, #2 (Summer 2012) Part 2: Volume 29, #4 (Winter 2012-2013) Part 3: Volume 30, #2 (Summer 2013) Part 4: Volume 30, #4 […]

“Hacking the Naked Princess” – latest chapters are in print in 2600 Magazine

Get Part 7: Volume 32, #2 (Summer 2015) to read the continuation of Dev Manny’s newest case, “Hacking the Naked Princess”. Here are the back issues where you can get the rest of the story: Part 1: Volume 29, #2 (Summer 2012) Part 2: Volume 29, #4 (Winter 2012-2013) Part 3: Volume 30, #2 (Summer 2013) Part 4: Volume 30, #4 […]

What happened to MrBtongue? A Tasteful, Understated, Nerdrage interview

“MrBtongue” is a video mashup creator – you may have seen his series on YouTube, titled “Tasteful, Understated Nerdrage”. The TUN videos detail his opinions of not only specific video games (it all started with Mass Effect 3, and continues with Dragon Age, Skyrim and others), but also includes his views on the state of […]

Stunt kite recommendations and tips on how to fly

Stunt kites are a blast. Here’s an example of their capability. This video features a quad-line stunt kite, which I’d like to get someday but haven’t yet: The above video stars an expert pilot with an expensive kite, but the hobby is easily available to beginners. Other stunt kites have the more traditional look, and […]

I do not like IBM AIX

I do not like IBM AIXI do not like it, IBM techs! I do not like it with a rebootI do not like it even as root I do not like unhelpful PS AUXI do not like it when cd0 is lost Instead of lurking in my subnetI’d rather it be quarantined as a threat […]

Voice precognition: One reason more why brick-and-mortar stores are disappearing

I placed the shrink-wrapped box on the counter and the checkout girl smiled at me. She had a light in her eyes, an intimate twinkle that was hard to match, unless you were genetically gifted or practiced a lot. It went downhill from there. “Hi, how are you doing today?” Her first question was fine. […]

How to protect your sighting of Elvis

A very brief search can easily turn up the strangest things on the Internet. Apparently Elvis sightings are enough of an issue that the U.S. Copyright Office felt they needed to deal specifically with it, thirty-plus years after his death. The below is taken from the U.S. government’s “What Does Copyright Protect?” FAQ: How do […]

Welcome to the Future!

It’s only been a few years, but AndyKaiser.com was looking just a tad dated. Remember the beautiful, hand-crafted old website? I suppose it wasn’t that bad. Simple and minimalist and all that. But I still wanted to change it. Why? So I could do things like this, what I’m doing right now. Post any new […]