Monthly Archive: September 2012

Sep 26 2012

How to improve battery life on smartphones

I recently jumped the ship from BlackBerry Bold 9900 RDE71UW to Samsung Galaxy S III SGH-I747. One of the major issues I ran into (other than missing out on BBM and physical keyboard) is battery life. It is hypocritical to blame it on Samsung because Bold 99xx run on 4G/HSPA+ network with BIS connection which …

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Sep 11 2012

Geologist guide to consumer technology

If you want to be a good Geologist, you will spend most of your time outdoors. Even if you work for a good company, Geology it itself is a hand-on science(exception to geochemistry, CAD modeling, analytical geology, etc). I was introduced to field geology this year through the University of Calgary Field School program (GLGY …

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Sep 07 2012

Word substitution for faster typing

It is a fast moving world. Regardless of how you use the technology; for personal, business or a combination of both, the speed of your response is critical these days. Even this very article is posted using my BlackBerry Bold 9900 while commuting to school.

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Sep 05 2012

Stratigraphic cross section at Exshaw, Alberta

Location: 11 U 0627438 E / 5658531 N (UTM-WGS-84 with ~4m accuracy) Total thickness: 205.57 m Average strike and dip: about ~ 150/50 (using the University of Calgary right-hand rule) Notice: Data is based on

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