Author Archives: Jared Cash

Today, I invented an emotion

A writer friend of mine, yesterday, asked for suggestions on drugs that could be used to render a person unconscious when taken orally, but for a relatively short period of time ( about an hour). Many friends, myself included, responded with a variety of drugs that could plausibly be used for such a purpose, especially […]

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How to protect your iCloud account and Apple devices from hackers both real and imagined

Last week, a news story at Motherboard revealed that a group of hackers claimed to have gained access to nearly 600 million iCloud accounts. Apple has responded to the report saying that there is no breach of their servers, rather the attackers appear to have used the rather large password cache obtained from the massive Yahoo breaches of the […]

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There are, like, a crapton of iOS sales right now

Like, so many that I don’t even have the strength to write a paragraph about each of them. I’m just going to link to them here. You should find the ones you’re interested in and check them out. Or just buy them all. That works, too. Whatever. They’re all on sale, possibly through Christmas, but […]

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September 22, 2015 – Tool-assisted poetry

from heaven above, beneath, and among, these dark waters filled this world if some dæmon in love bewrayeth more woe, what shall betiden of necessity make? till thou com’st home, thy sweet voice afar confounds me.​ — Written with assistance from the Creative Writer keyboard app for iOS. I’m quite enjoying this app. A friend of mine […]

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September 16, 2015 – Tool-assisted poetry

i will never forget july, and all the little emptiness it creates for her love was mine and all the world was bright The above poem was written using Creative Writer, an iPhone app that replaces the keyboard with a list of words that are suggested based on context (kind of like iOS’s QuickType feature […]

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Silence, Facebook!

Or, wait… Is it “Silence Facebook”? Are they silencing Facebook or telling Facebook to–what? They’re here? Oh! They’re here! Hello, reader! Did you recently update to the latest version of Facebook on your fancy, schmancy iPhone only to discover that it plays annoying bleeps and bloops every time you do anything? Well, talk about a […]

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The Vanishing Game

I wrote this post months ago and never published it for whatever reason. I’m posting it now, as it’s still relevant, but it was written back in February. So, I found this pretty awesome website a couple months back, but never set aside the time to check it out. It’s a story written by William […]

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Presidential Playlists

Yesterday, the Los Angeles Times posted a story containing two Spotify playlists hand-picked by President Obama. Since I don’t use Spotify, I decided I would rebuild the playlists in Apple Music so that I could listen to them there. Since I went to all that trouble, I figured I’d also share them with anyone else that […]

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Lone Star – The apex of the rotunda in Austin’s capitol building (photo)

While visiting Austin, TX with my family this spring, I took this photo of the ceiling in the main foyer of the capitol building. The building is absolutely beautiful, and I was very happy with how the photo turned out. It’s available on my Flickr, and 500px. Also, while you’re checking things out, you should check out […]

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Hey! Listen! Wake up, Lonk!

There is currently a Flappy Bird-esque game on the App Store called The Legend of Zeldo: Lonk’s Awakening DX. No, that is not a typo. This is an actual game someone developed, because of reasons. It’s not terrible, as far as Flappy Bird clones go. It has a unique inventory system where you can collect […]

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