David Fiedler

Writer / Editor / Photographer

Location icon United States of America

I have extensive experience as an author, a computer industry newsletter / magazine publisher and editor, a freelance photographer, a software engineer, and a video producer. I’ve written for publications as diverse as Byte, Information Week, The 420 Times, and Videomaker.

I taught and developed one of the first classes about microcomputers for the general public at the New School for Social Research, and was the first person to fly a quad-lined soft stunt kite at the lowest spot on Earth.

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MyDiet
09/20/2013
6 Healthy (And Delicious) Homemade Spice Blends

Store-bought seasonings are often packed with salt, anti-caking additives, and preservatives. They're expensive, too. You can save money and enjoy better, fresher flavors if you create your own spice and herb blends. These recipes are loose guidelines to get you started. Adjust them to meet your family's tastes.

Homerecording
Home Recording Digital Primer / Home Recording dot com

Basically, whenever you go from analog to digital, you're encoding the real world into separate pieces called bits. If you had only 1 bit, the sound would be either at maximum volume or zero...not too useful. Adding more bits gives you more refinement of detail and dynamic range (the difference between the loudest and softest material).