Entries in Fusion 360

Autodesk Fusion 360 Review

Anybody know what this thing is? Looks a bit like a Portal Gun to me...

Autodesk Fusion 360 (let’s just refer to it as “F360” from here on out because I don’t want to type that a bajillion times) jumped onto my radar in a big way a while back when they began advertising the freeness of it all for startups and hobbyists.  Making approximately negative dollars with the work on this website puts me in at least one of those categories, so I lost all excuses not to try it out.

Coming out on the other end of experience with F360, I have to say that  It. Is. Great.


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As soon as I brought this in the house, my daughter knew what power she could wield with it and repeatedly grunted, "UP!"

Sometimes mommy-blogs are the worst.


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Go Team Valor!

Let’s be honest:  If you want to be the very best, like no one ever was, you need proper gear.


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When I was a kid there was a mini sledge hammer at my church that had "IRON FOX" written on it. I thought that was the name of Thor's hammer for too long.

Your ancestors called it magic, but you call it science.  I come from a land where they are one and the same.

-Thor (2011)

That feeling of magic and science is what I wanted to invoke when taking hold of this hammer and watching it light up.  No visible plugs, switches, or any other indication of functionality thanks to inductive charging and reed switches.


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Warrior Dash AZ Recap

Look at us all clean and not covered in mud...yet.

Warrior Dash Arizona was last week.  My sister and I raised $415 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital together.  Thank you to everyone who helped make that happen!

Quick Recap:


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Warrior Drank

Mmmmm... Warrior-y

Today in Things I Never Thought Would Be On My Website: A recipe for the protein shake I imbibe before running the Warrior Dash.  Batch will serve two easily.


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Would also accept: "So BASIC, it was based on Fortran II."

This part is so basic, it’s a 14 on the pH scale, so we’re going to spend very little time on it…

There.  Finished.


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