I first heard about Fog of World from a friend sometime in the spring of 2014. From then on, I have been conscious of any route I take. I use the app to document where I've been in a city I call home, and to explore new areas in both that city, or elsewhere while traveling. Most importantly, I use to it remember everywhere that I've been in the world.
I bought the iPhone 4 in 2010, iPhone 5 in 2012, and iPhone 6 in 2014. Now that it's 2016, it's time to upgrade again. I'll be discussing both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Leather Case. The first section will cover some excitements I had before getting the iPhone 7, and the later section will cover the new features and improvements on the iPhone 7 as compared to the iPhone 6.
Because I put a lot of time into this site in the last few months, I figured I might as well share my experience so others can jump right in as well! You can view the source for this site on the GitHub repository.
From November 2012 through May 2016, I worked at the University Minnesota Morris on the Student Center Tech Crew. It was a fun, challenging, and active job where I was able to work all sorts of events.
I have toyed with the idea of writing a Twitter bot for posting weather updates for a while now. I've had one or two conversations with friends about if a Twitter account reported the weather in vulgar ways. It seemed like an entertaining idea. With that sitting in my head for a few weeks I set out on what would be a now almost two-month project (and still going), to write a Twitter bot that did just that (it's changed a little).