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I’m just an average guy with a way above average interest in computer programming, gadgets, and all things hackable. I program for work, I program for fun, and I’m learning more about electronics all the time. I’ll be the first to tell you when I don’t know something, but I might ask a lot of questions. Above all, I’m in it for the thrill of doing something new and exciting. Please feel free to ask me any questions, I love to help.

Aug
19
awarded  Yearling
Jul
26
revised What does “Feather your nest” mean?
fixed spelling, removed misplaced word.
Jul
26
suggested suggested edit on What does “Feather your nest” mean?
Jul
26
revised What's the origin and reasoning behind the phrase, “a pat on the back”?
fixed spelling errors, removed a few excess commas
Jul
26
suggested suggested edit on What's the origin and reasoning behind the phrase, “a pat on the back”?
Jul
26
revised If “whenever possible” is in the middle of a sentence, does it need to be preceded by a comma?
fixed spelling
Jul
26
suggested suggested edit on If “whenever possible” is in the middle of a sentence, does it need to be preceded by a comma?
Jul
26
comment Improper use of “Whenever”
Yuck! This is my number one english language pet peeve!
Jul
25
answered What does “It is a means to an end, not an end in itself” mean?
Jul
25
answered “retrieval” without the notion of “putting it there first”
Jul
25
answered What term means “covering a wall entirely”?
May
3
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
31
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
19
awarded  Yearling
Aug
2
comment Sounds which seem to express a particular quality in whatever words they appear
You're asking if these words are onomatopoetic? thefreedictionary.com/Onomonopia
Aug
1
comment Is it an “Ngram” or an “n-gram”?
Maybe I should have done it first but, reading english.stackexchange.com/questions/11570/to-hyphenate-or-not now.
Aug
1
asked Is it an “Ngram” or an “n-gram”?
Aug
1
revised “Obstacles along the road to success” vs. “obstacles across the road to success”
Corrected spelling of "achieve", added hyphen, and lengthened a contraction
Aug
1
suggested suggested edit on “Obstacles along the road to success” vs. “obstacles across the road to success”
Aug
1
revised Is “honest to gosh” a popular and decent English idiom?
fixed spelling of "achieve" and added an extra hyphen and word.