I love coding. Good thing too, given that our Custom Data Mining service requires it, among other skills. In this post, I discuss my rediscovered love of coding.
Back in …read more
These are Peter's "poly-thoughts". Some posts concern our services; others are about Peter's wider interests. In either case, the posts illustrate the sort of esoteric thinking we bring to our clients.
Toward the close of the previous millennium, I worked at Microsoft after it had acquired the startup that I was involved in. During those two years in Redmond, I worked …read more
A couple of weeks ago, I unfortunately sent a rather grumpy email to a client. I was actually trying to help the client, but after several email exchanges and phone …read more
To maintain the mental clarity that I need for my work, one of the things I try to do every day is exercise. Throughout the week, I do a variety …read more
The second "rainy day" project I worked on over the 2016 Christmas break involved using my 3D printer and an open source design to manufacture an EEG headset. (The first …read more
Over the 2016 Christmas break, I worked on two "rainy day" projects. One of these involved developing this website. In this post, I discuss the tools that I used for …read more
Last week, I rooted my Google Nexus 5X phone. For non-techies, that means I am now "lord and master" of my phone, not Google. If that still doesn't make sense …read more
I had an epiphany this week. It's about the dynamics that underlie my 8 years of consulting work, and my intellectual hobbies. This "ah ha!" moment came to me because …read more
I was going to title this post: "I Must be a Pompous Moron". But I opted for a more theoretical title, because I actually am becoming more and more aware …read more