• Document All the Things

    Haven’t posted anything in a while. Just got back from a month in Europe last weekend, and just started my last semester of college today.

  • Hacking Location-based Game

    Similar to Pokemon Go, I think you could create a really cool AR game based around hacking. Instead of the three teams you could have white hats and black hats. Black hats could go around and put “skimmers” on ATMs to gain money and position “equipment” for man in the middle attacks at banks and other places to collect users’ info. You could talk to people to gain new software like firewalls, bruteforce algorithms, better parts for your virtual computer so that it can run faster, etc. Very similar to the old game Slavehack, except using your geolocation. Also black hats could start or join crime syndicates, and white hats could start or join cybersecurity firms and do research and stuff. This is still a pretty rough idea, but I think it could do well.

  • Privacy Policy

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  • A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

    We typically attribute Benjamin Franklin with having coined the phrase “A penny saved is a penny earned.” Though catchy, the phrase isn’t quite true.

  • Dinner Groups App

    While I’ve been thinking a lot lately about moving away from Provo, I have noticed that the sense of community here is different from most other places in the world. One thing that is really cool is the concept of dinner groups. Here in my apartment complex, there are usually one or two groups that will get together for dinner five or six nights a week. The groups will have 10-15 members each, so each person cooks dinner for everyone every 1-2 weeks. I think it’s awesome because it means you don’t have to worry about preparing dinner except for once or twice a month. There are also the social benefits of eating with the group. I believe that sharing a meal is the second best way to form a relationship with someone, second only to traveling with them.

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