The Start of Summer 2012

I know I’ve been saying that a real post is coming soon for a while now, but life’s been a little crazy lately. I started my summer internship today, so I’ve been busy getting all my paperwork in order for that, and moving into my summer housing. However, I was able to get my order […]

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It’s Been Fun, Binghamton

As of this past Saturday, I am officially done with Binghamton. After spending 5 years, and earning 2 degrees in the process, it’s come to an end. As much as I’ve said I can’t wait to get out of this place in the past couple of months to friends and family, I’m going to miss […]

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Long Time, No Post

It’s been almost 2 months since my last post, so a quick update is in order. Now that the semester is finally winding down and classes are done, I’ll be able to do some write-ups on the final touches that have been made to my server and the other projects that I’ve been working on […]

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HP N40L Home Server: The Build

When I originally bought the HP N40L, I had thought the software would be a quick drag and drop type thing, and the actual build would take more time. Unfortunately, configuring a server takes a lot more time that I had originally assumed, so I’m going to outline ‘The Build’ in this post, and save […]

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HP N40L Home Server

For the past 2 months I’ve been debating getting a small server that I could use for wireless Time Machine backups and to store media – in essence, a customizable NAS drive. Today I was checking for the parts that I would need to get, and came across a great deal on the HP Proliant […]

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ToDo.txt on the Web

While I was home over Thanksgiving break, I got an early graduation gift from my parents – a new 2.5 GHz i7 MacBook Pro. In the process of transferring all of my programs and documents to the new computer, I decided to look into some new programs to install, specifically a better way to keep […]

Posted in: GeekTool, Personal, Programming, Software, Web Design by Marc Budofsky 1 Comment

Modifying Banner via the DOM

I recently decided to redo my resume in LaTex, and the template/tutorial I was following linked their GPA to a copy of their unofficial transcript. I thought this was a good idea, and decided to follow suit. I headed over to BUBrain (Binghamton University’s student backend) and printed a copy of my unofficial transcript to […]

Operating Systems Analysis: OS X | Windows | Linux

As part of my MBA program, I’m required to take Written and Oral Communications. One of our assignments was to give a 10 minute persuasive speech on a topic of our choice. Given that I have an affinity towards technology, as well as being a computer engineer, I opted to write my speech on something […]

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Bringing Media By MRB into HTML5

Keeping with the trend I started last week of updating my resume, I decided an update of my portfolio was in order as well. From the same site where I found the layout for my resume, I found another tutorial for a portfolio utilizing HTML5 and jQuery. Unlike the update to my resume, this one […]

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HTML5 / Schema:

I’ve mean procrastinating updating my personal/resume site for the past couple of months. Last night, I finally sat down and updated the content, but was disappointed in the layout. Yes, I designed the site myself, but that was a year ago. Since then, my tastes and abilities have changed slightly, so I figured a redesign […]

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