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.
A simple tip to help you learn things your brain wants nothing to do with.
The GOP base is searching for a new Evil Empire to fight.
Nic gets in touch with his inner life coach and offers up a simple rule to find out if an idea is good or not.
Nic provides some basic not-too-paranoid tips for securing your digital life.
It’s not how much you have to do, it’s how many things you’re doing at the same time.
Did you know the U.S. government is planning to invade Texas? Well, it’s not. Nic attempts to explain.
Installing Jekyll on an EC2 Amazon Linux AMI is easy. Here are the steps.
After wearing the watch for over a month, Nic has thoughts on its future. Spoiler: Depends on how you define success.
Lots of fantasy and sci-fi in this installment plus a book about sports! Includes Boy on Ice, Difficult Men, Restaurant Man, The Red Line, Cunning Plans, Seveneves, Nemesis Games, Bitter Seeds, The Mechanical, Angles of Attack, and City of Stairs.
Turns out “it's just a big iPhone” is a stroke of genius.