Austin Griffith


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Tue 08:00:45 PM
Jun 12th, 2007


Skunky helped me bottle this batch of Cabernet Sauvignon this morning.
Why is everything green with a white Georgia font these days?!?

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Sat 04:50:52 PM
Jun 9th, 2007


... on a perfect day in Colorado City ... until the daily thunder-boomers came a rollin' in.


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Sun 04:33:04 PM
Jun 3rd, 2007

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Off to Bonnaroo

Kellen and I are driving on I25 right now... on our way to DIA and then out to Tennessee.

UPDATE: view all the pictures from the event

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Tue 10:11:23 AM
Jun 19th, 2007

Friday Afternoon

My latest project for work was building an online testing site and it's finally ready... for real user testing.

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Fri 02:33:31 PM
Jun 1st, 2007

city view

I spent most of friday with my cousin at her job as an elementary school teacher. The view from the school was neat. My favorite part of the day was story time!

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Sat 01:36:10 PM
May 26th, 2007

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Cookbook is a Facebook Application that allows users to create their own cookbook, share recipes with friends, and search the entire social network for something to cook. This project started at the f8 launch. A big thanks to Dennis for the logo!

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Social competition web application built to interface with the Facebook API

Visit pumpd

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Facebook to Twitter

fbtwit is a little afternoon project because I couldn't find a good way to transfer my Facebook status to Twitter.

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Artificial Intelligence Battle

AIBattle was an experiment into Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Agents. It is built to allow anyone to design and test simple algorithms on distributed agents.



Reference: Dr. William Spears

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Wine Making

I recently started making my own wine. Don't be fooled, I really don't know that much about it, but I've made a bunch of 6-gallon batches.

I built to document wine tasting.

Also, check out my Batches of Wine (30 Bottles each)

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A project to clean up content:
Type Cinch

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Automatic Cocktail Pourer / Mixer

For my senior design project a friend and I built a drink mixer that could dispense over 200 different cocktails automatically.


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Bored on the Book

A collection of web applications I built to interface with the new Facebook API
Check it out!

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Posted Bid Economics Game

Economics game written in Java for the College of Agriculture at the University of Wyoming


Reference: Jim Ward

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A mobile wireless internet access point and web server that can be controlled remotely by computer or Play Station Portable (PSP)

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Film Making

My brother, some of our buddies, and I have made a few silly movies and I really enjoy the process. They are quite crude, but one day I would really like to invest more time and money into this hobby.
Quite Aquatic : Chroma Test
EP1 : Z Felonious
RIAA : First Attempt

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Lame T-Shirts

Thanks to CafePress, I designed a few lame t-shirts that nobody would ever wear.

Check them out

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Masters in Electrical Engineering at the University of Wyoming

HDL Verilog Embedded Design Feasibility Study using Wall Avoiding Robots

Reference: Dr. Steven Barrett

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College Humor Web Sites

Since early high school I have built and maintained various humor websites including the still active, which is a public link dump with democratic editorial control. (Warning: due to the nature of public controlled content, some entries may be... R-Rated)

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Keystone Classic Invitational

My brother and I hosted a golf tournament to celebrate graduating from college. It was 18 holes, drink a beer a hole, with a BBQ and three live bands afterwards. Read More...

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Fish Feeding Linux Web Server

I designed a fish feeder that was controlled by the parallel port of my Linux web server.

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Private Pilot

I am currently only a few hours away from getting my private pilot's license, but work is keeping me too busy. some stuff

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Open EEG Modular EEG Device

I put together a Modular EEG device from the Open EEG project and read some brain waves.

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Electronics 2 Lab Instructor

Electronics 2 Lab Instructor at the University of Wyoming. For the final lab we built an amplifier and blasted some music from my iPod.

Reference: Dr. Stanislaw Legowski

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As if having isn't vain enough, here's more about me:

I was born in Sidney, Nebraska on August 16th, 1982 to two school teachers who soon moved to Chadron, Nebraska and made my little brother, Zak. We all then moved to Guernsey, Wyoming when I was about 5 years old. I can still remember learning how to ride my bike right around that time. Man, I biffed it hard on this dirt road outside our house... but that's another story.

I grew up in Guernsey and because it was a small town, even nerdy little me got to start on both the football and basketball teams. I Graduated from Guernsey-Sunrise High School in May of 2001 ranked 5th in a class of 19 people.

After high school, I attended the University of Wyoming and picked up a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering. I was loving college so much (and miss it to this day), I decided to stay for more. In August of 2006, I received my Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering with one B away from a 4.0 GPA.

One time when I was younger, I was camping and I threw a rock up in a tree and it came back down and hit me in the forehead and I had to get stitches.

In June of 2006, before I had even officially graduated, I started working full-time for a company in Southern Colorado that designs robotic cnc plasma cutting machines. I have worked there ever since doing all sorts of challenging things.

It is a great feeling for me to be doing my hobby as my job and one day I hope that one of my projects outside of work will turn in to real work.

I have a big list of things I want to accomplish in the next 15 years, but at the end of that list is getting my Ph.D. in Computer Engineering and retiring to a life of teaching. Hey... a guy's gotta dream right?


my Golfing Scores





June 14-17

The ticket came today in the mail!!!

with Kellen

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Steph's Wedding

July 14th

Moose and Jackson Wyo

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Book Queue

On the way from amazon or waiting to be read

Stumbling on Happiness

Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking

The Cluetrain Manifesto

The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit

Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art

The Starfish and the Spider

Everything Is Miscellaneous


The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century

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Why God Won't Go Away

Brain Science & The Biology Of Belief

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The Healing Power of Neurofeedback

by Stephen Larson


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A Whole New Mind

by Daniel H. Pink


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Good To Great

by Jim Collins


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