Protecting your Training IP: It's About Respect

Training content development is a time-consuming process. Like developing good software, good roads, good buildings, or good books, a lot of time and skilled effort goes into the planning and execution of course content. Once developed, the content is sent...

Magnetic Resonance Therapy: Concerns on Research

Every once in a while I hear about a new autism treatment that's revolutionary, exclusive, and of course, expensive. Sometimes they show promise, other times they seem so out there that I can't believe anyone is willing to believe they...

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Ginger Beer Syrup

I love ginger beer. Unlike ginger ale, it's got a stronger flavor, and is more refreshing. It's also not very common in the US. Sure, you can pick it up at specialty stores, but most mainstream megamarts do not carry...

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Autism and Disneyland

It's been a long time since I have written about autism. I haven't forgotten about my sons, just been busy with therapy, settling down in San Diego, and getting used to the new rhythm. But, as I have already promised...

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Fassbrause Recipe

So, Fassbrause? Apple Beer? What's this a Mormon is talking about making? Has he gone nuts? If you mean nuts as in excited, then yes! You see, in the Tech Industry, drinking and social interaction with drinking is almost mandatory,...

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MOOC Education and Degrees: A Path to Affordable Education

It's been a while since I have written anything about education. As many of you know, I've spent a good portion of my career in Higher Education, and starting next week I will be once again in the private sector...

Why I Like the Disney Disability Access Card

When you have a family member on the autism spectrum, you learn to fear change. Change usually equates to anger, fear, meltdowns, tantrums, and pain (both literal and figurative). As a community we tend to regard change of our most...

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Review

Just finished watching Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. with Kristal Robb and the boys. Scotty slept through it, Jonathan watched most of it before falling asleep. The good: loved the premise, the old Stark tech at the end (and I'm talking Howard...

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The Dehumanization of Autism

I haven't posted in a while due to changes at work and new projects. But tonight, as I was browsing through the news, I read this article from Forbes on the murder of Alex Spourdalakis at the hands of his...

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The Wearable Computing Conundrum

Wearable computing seems to be the buzz word of the year, with everyone and their dog contemplating the next watch, eyewear, sensor, or implant that will come from Apple, Samsung, Google, or Microsoft. It's an intriguing notion, having a computer...

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