Bootstrap Jumbotron

It is a beautiful Saturday in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. My wife and I will be going for a 5 mile walk later this morning.

Today I woke up around 04:00 AM. It was somewhat warm at home. Turned off heating and opened a window. Since then the inside temperature had dropped to a more comfortable 68 degrees F.

This morning I read a post titled The Middle Class is being Disrupted by the One Percent by Michael K. Spencer on Medium. The post is quite interesting to me. The reason being is that I have been thinking and discussing with friends and family similar ideas. Something needs to be done by companies and governments before Capitalism and Democracy becomes a chapter in a history book. Continue reading “Bootstrap Jumbotron”

Yard Design

This morning I received in my Gmail account the following edited message:

“Hello Mr. Canessa,

I have a long fixed rectangle in my front yard and I would like to design a Fibonacci garden within this rectangle.

The width of the rectangle is 16.5 feet. The length is 48.5 feet.

I am thinking I could fit two Fibonacci designs within this but I don’t know where to start with my measurements.

How do I go from a 16.5 x 16.5 big square to the smaller squares and rectangles?

Any help will be appreciated.

I do sort of understand but would like some help so that it looks right.

Thank you!

Regina”

The message was also left in this post. Continue reading “Yard Design”