The Core Dump is the online home of Niclas (Nic) Lindh, a Swedish-American man living in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife and daughter.
He creates things on computers and helps others create things on their computers.
When not staring at a screen, he usually has his face in a book or is spending his time doing daddy things.
You can email him at nicl @ this domain if you want.
For more information on Nic, please visit the creatively titled Niclas Lindh.com
Nic only speaks for himself, and especially doesn't speak for anybody who sends him paychecks.
Endeavour is a symbol of hope for a better future.
A great 90 minute movie smothered in a 2-and-a-half-hour wreck.
After a 1,000 mile road trip in his new Prius, Nic has thoughts and gripes.
Thoughts on Apple Watch after half a year of daily usage.
Moving from a 1997 Honda Accord to a 2016 Prius is kind of a big deal.
A great value for your sound system.
Predictably, the Paris attacks brought the anti-encryption crowd back out of the woodwork. They're at best being willfully disingenuous.
A long-time Bond fan looks at the latest installment in the series and has thoughts.
Includes The Antidote, One Nation, Under Gods, Losing the Signal, The Todd Glass Situation, The Last Policeman, The Three-Body Problem, The Dark Forest, Beacon 23, Killing Pretty and Queen of Fire.
Things to consider when planning to build a site on a compressed time table.