Category Archives: Technology

Using Selenium to Buy a Bus Pass

I take the bus everyday. It’s terrific. There’s nothing better than getting a full sixty minutes everyday to close your eyes, drink coffee, and get lost in a podcast before work. I wish I could say that purchasing bus passes

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Our New Sid Meier’s Civilization Inspired Budget

Edit: Hi everybody. I had no idea our little experiment would get so much attention. I’ve rebooted the project in hopes of turning it into a public tool. Keep an eye out for the first release of bennedetto – coming

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Linux

When picking out a computer, most people see two obvious options – Windows or Mac. But it takes a real geek to know the third option. That third, mysterious option is Linux. You see, long ago there was this system

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Marketing on Reddit

Reddit is pretty much the only website I ever visit these days. Since it is technically just a collection links to other websites, you could say that I visit a lot of places on the web. This may be true,

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Style

Hi, readership. Today, we are going to talk about style. I don’t mean the standard Isaac Mizrahi kind. In no way am I qualified to do that. I hope I don’t lose 80% of you when I say this, but

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Glass

I thought the next time I would write on Google, it would be some more routine harping and teasing. I also thought it wouldn’t be so soon. But I haven’t come to tease anyone this time. I am genuinely confused.

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Google

I know it’s a little early in the blogging period, but I’m going to riff off the soapbox while it’s still fresh. Lately, between the man-handling of YouTube and the big updates to Hangouts, Google has been taking a lot

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YouTube

YouTube caught my eye this week. It was one of those things where the negative response reaches you before you actually know what all the fuss is about. Before I was aware of any big changes in the internet economy,

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Computers on our Face

Well this is interesting, Google. Wearing glasses on your face that double as a smart phone. It’s certainly the most idealistic product pitch I have seen in a while. Imagine – seamlessly integrating your rich digital life with your vibrant,

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