Author Kyle Perkins


So, I had several pieces of cast iron cookware which definitely needed repairing, as they had been put through the ringer. Unfortunately food was left in them, and they had rusted out. I forgot about the pots and pans for a long time, months in fact because I had a […]



I apologize for my absence, but quite a lot has happened since I posted last. So, in July of this year, my dad died. My dad was one of my best friends. We hung out on a daily basis, shot the shit, and had a really good relationship. I needed […]



Several months ago, I set out to quit smoking. I accomplished it, but it wasn’t easy, and took a lot of conviction. What helped me the most, was having a purpose to quit. A lot of times, we can convince ourselves that it’s our body and who gives a shit, […]



I have written an article regarding Robinhood in the past, which detailed a way to use an algorithm to gain an edge in trading. However, since then, quantopian has dropped all support for Robinhood despite a public outcry against that decision. Their loss. The reason I am back today writing […]



  Blue Apron. Hello Fresh. Sun Basket. Home Chef.  It seems you can’t load a webpage around here without running into an ad for one of these meal delivery kit services. It might make one wonder, is there any truth to the hype? Kyle and I have been curious about […]



As many of you know, Facebook’s fastest growing demographic is people over the age of 65. As many of you also know, boomers are mostly responsible for turning everything they touch to shit, and Facebook is no exception. Talk to anyone under the age of thirty who you know, and […]



Many of you are aware of the game Pokemon Go, I mean, how can you not be? A lot of people are far less aware of Niantic’s first game, which in my opinion is far more entertaining. Especially when you sprinkle in the ARG aspects of it. The game takes […]



Alright, so I haven’t posted in a few months due to a new baby and a new job, but I am back with some cool shit to post over the next few days. Today, I am going to teach you some of the cool stuff you can do with a […]



By Nick Oefinger and Kyle Perkins. Net neutrality has become a hot-button issue, mired in endless accusations of corruption and exploitation.  The simple analogy for what it is, and why it is vital, can be found in the concept of toll booths. Imagine, for a moment, that at the end […]