Monthly Archives: November 2005

Sudoku puzzles

They’re the latest rage, they’re in newspapers and the web, you’ve probably done dozens of them … Sudoku puzzles are everywhere. Recently I had the pleasure of introducing them to my 11 year old daughter. At first she thought them … Continue reading

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LEGO Robots and Cardinal Chaos

As I mentioned yesterday, today was a FIRST LEGO League competition at my high school. We called it Cardinal Chaos (kind of a play on words; because our school is Bishop Guertin High School, and most or all of our our … Continue reading

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LEGO my robot!

(Okay, so the title was lame. But a great attention grabber, no?) This weekend at my high school our FIRST Robotics Team will be hosting a tournament for local middle schoolers (grades 5-8, ages 10-14) and their LEGO robot creations. … Continue reading

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Artificial Diamonds, or Found Success

A few years back I heard a tale about the first creation of artificial diamonds. I think it was the GE corporation that was trying to make diamonds for industrial purposes (and NOT to get rich in the jewelry market), … Continue reading

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Lost and found

Yes, I’ve been gone for a while. A frightening combination of close of quarter, new (and "not quite ready for prime time") grading software, frustrating students (you still can’t use a cattle prod in New Hampshire …), angry parents (no, … Continue reading

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