My Thoughts on the McDonald’s Mozz Fiasco

If you’ve been following the media, you’ve probably been hearing about the big fiasco about McDonald’s big problem with their mozzarella sticks. No? Let me fill you in. In November of 2015, McDonald’s announced that it would be bringing mozzarella sticks to their menu worldwide. The best part? They’re only $1. For people who love this delicious appetizer, this was both a joyous moment, and one to also be a little skeptical of, because well, it’s McDonald’s. Who knows how good or bad McDonald’s can make mozzarella sticks. However, on Thursday, January 28th, CNBC reported that “McDonald’s mozzarella sticks are missing a key ingredient.” What ingredient? The cheese. Now, you may be thinking. How can you have mozzarella sticks without the cheesy filler? You’re right. You can’t.

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My Thoughts on the McDonald’s Mozz Fiasco
The famous McDonald’s mozzarella sticks, on my kitchen table.

WhatPulse – The Only Keylogger You Ever Want

Keyloggers. What a scary term in the current day of computers and the internet. Commonly used by  hackers to figure out what keys you are entering to log into say... your PayPal and ripping your password right out of it to make their own transactions with your money. Yup scary. You wouldn't ever consider downloading one for yourself though, would you?! I did. WhatPulse is an interesting piece of software that securely logs your keypresses, mouse clicks, etc. all for your personal enjoyment. Curious how many times you've hit your spacebar throughout today, last week, or even your entire life? What Pulse will tell you just that! I've been using WhatPulse for over 5 years now as a fun little way to just see what I do when I'm on the computer. Back then, the software is in its infancy, only tracking basic statistics such as key presses. Nowadays, it…

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Review: Universe Sandbox

Originally appeared on a very old blog of mine, which no longer exists.  Last week I saw a new game appear on Steam, Universe Sandbox. I was immediately drawn in not only because I have a little thing for stars and planets, but also because I saw a new sandbox game to try out. Immediately I went to the official website and tried out the demo which gave me access to premium features for 60 minutes and unlimited access to basic features. After playing for over a week, I have finally made a conclusion on the game, Universe Sandbox. Universe Sandbox is a game unlike others that I have seen before. At first glance it may look like a simple game, but after looking into it deeper you will notice that it is pretty complex. Universe Sandbox is simply a simulation of our universe. It has all the planets, moons,…

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