Archive for August, 2015

The Third Man – September 6th

Posted in Film with tags , , , , on August 30, 2015 by kozmicdogz

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For more information from the Bijou Film Center blog, Bijou Backlight.

Tickets before the performance $7.00 at Bygones (Cash or check). The proceeds will be split between the Byrd Foundation and The Bijou Film Center.

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Technical Book Poetry – Part 6

Posted in Writers & Writing with tags on August 21, 2015 by kozmicdogz

DAO

database tags
databases
defaulting attributes
closing tags.

Inspired by “Tomcat” by Martin Bond and Debbie Law

Technical Book Poetry – Part 5

Posted in Writers & Writing with tags on August 20, 2015 by kozmicdogz

Accessing

Accessing connections,
connection pooling servlets,
serving bad examples,
serving good examples,
serving the upper class,
error handling,
creating life cycle,
and
handling exceptions.

Debug and
remove the exceptions.

Inspired by “Tomcat” by Martin Bond and Debbie Law

Perseid Meteor Shower

Posted in Environment, Science with tags on August 9, 2015 by kozmicdogz

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From August 11th through the 15th you should be able to see one of the heaven’s greatest shows.

From EarthSky.org:

No matter where you live worldwide, the 2015 Perseid meteor shower will probably be fine on the mornings of August 11, 12, 13 and 14, with the nod going to August 13. On a dark, moonless night, you can often see 50 or more meteors per hour from northerly latitudes, and from southerly latitudes in the Southern Hemisphere, perhaps about one-third that many meteors. Fortunately, in 2015, the waning crescent moon comes up shortly before sunrise, so you’re guaranteed of dark skies for this year’s Perseid meteor shower. Thus, on the Perseids’ peak mornings, moonlight will not obscure this year’s Perseid meteors.

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“It’s Just My Pants Trying To Kill Me”

Posted in Art, Dreams, Film, Music with tags , , on August 6, 2015 by kozmicdogz

By August, summer seems like it will never end and ones mind starts to do strange things. I think our friend Larry has reached a certain point in the seasonal chart and needs some release.

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