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I really love my manager!

I’m back up! Ok, halfway. I get to pull off over 4 years worth of updates, starting 10 minutes ago lol!

Super glad I have the external hard drive so I was able to back most everything up…but none of that gets imported until allllll these Windows Updates are finished lol! 36 more words

Etsy

Website Project Designs

These above images are screen grabs of websites I coded and designed in my first or second year of University; the first being a website for a fashion-jewellery maker, and the lower image was a website for a local nursery.

University Projects (2009 - 2012)

Somesense Blog 1- Built A Website

Hello! Scott here, a.k.a. Somesense!

Yesterday, I built this website via WordPress. Man oh man it took quite a bit of work figuring out how to put things where I want them, but I (think) I’ve figured it out, at last. 155 more words

Behind The Scenes

What was I thinking when I was 33?

Ten years ago, my blog looked very different: http://goo.gl/reEoEq

Here is a sample of some of the things I was thinking ten years ago:

There are two reasons you get paid…

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Computing

Facelift 1.0

Aside from a new look and feel to the site, I’d like to introduce to you my newest banner for the website (the new collage at the top of the page and in this post itself). 60 more words

Website

New and improved website now live!!

It has taken a while but the new and improved cadephotographic.co.uk is now live. So here are just a few things that you can expect to find. 84 more words

Photographic Opportunities

Quipu: The Ancient Mathematical Device of the Inca

Holloway, A. (2014, June 26). Quipu: The ancient mathematical device of the inca. Retrieved July 27,2015, from Ancient Origins website: http://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/archaeologists-uncover-ancient-mathematical-devices-inca-peru-001794

1) This resource is a short article describing how the ancient civilization of the Inca used ropes and knots to devise a mathematical counting system called the Quipu. 255 more words

Experiential