The String Cheese Incident

The String Cheese Incident



  • New "On The Road" Soundboards on Spotify!

    New “On The Road” Soundboards on Spotify!

  • SCI 2020 Summer Tour Update

    SCI 2020 Summer Tour Update

  • đŸ· The Hog Farm Hangout ‱ Now September 18-20, 2020

    đŸ· The Hog Farm Hangout ‱ Now September 18-20, 2020

  • 20th Anniversary of "Breathe" - Now On Vinyl!

    20th Anniversary of “Breathe” – Now On Vinyl!

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April 24, 2020

SCI 2020 Summer Tour Update

Due to concerns for health and safety, The String Cheese Incident has canceled the first leg of our 2020 Summer Tour. This includes all scheduled shows through July 4th. All tickets will be refunded at the point of sale. We love you all. Please stay safe and healthy so we can be together again soon! x 4/27/20 UPDATE: Unfortunately, we must …

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April 24, 2020


đŸ˜» FRIDAY NIGHT CHEESE! 4/15/17 from the legendary Stubbs in Austin, TX is streaming free tonight at 8pm ET on our Facebook

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Department of Computer Science | Department of Computer Science

Department of Computer Science | Department of Computer Science | Virginia Tech


Joshua Mindel, left, and Mario Calixte

Virtual Commencement 2020 Details Announced

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      • Faculty answer the COVID-19 research call

        In the spirit of Ut Prosim, the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation has established a COVID-19 Rapid Response Team that seeks to identify and provide opportunities for Virginia Tech researchers to use their expertise to make an impact on the pandemic that has affected communities near and far.

      • Reinventing Geospatial, Inc. team members have been participating in Virginia Tech's computer science career fairs since 2014.

      • CS|Source Stakeholder Spotlight: Reinventing Geospatial, Inc. (RGI)

        According to RGI, Virginia Tech students are strong in both theory and practice when it comes to their technical skills, and they have great soft skills (listening, communication, etc.). They attend the career fair each year because the interns,

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Travel Agents See Increased Demand for Gadget-Free Vacations

Rosemary Dukelow was eight months into a solo, round-the-world trip when she boarded a cargo ship bound for Savannah, Georgia, in January 2011 – as the ship’s sole passenger. Up until that point, she had been a fixture at Internet cafes, constantly checking itineraries and updating the blog she kept to chronicle the trip.

But once she boarded the Cap Cleveland in New Zealand, she found herself in a situation some of us dream of, and some of us dread: Dukelow was completely cut off from her online world for weeks at a stretch.

“If you have to go somewhere remote because you’re addicted to technology, that’s one way to do it. But it’s missing the whole reason to travel.” – Sheri Wallace, editor of Road Trips for Families.

“There is very little to do aboard a cargo ship besides watch the sunset and sunrise, read, and walk on deck.

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Epson EH-TW9200W, 2400ANSI, FullHD 16:9, WiFi, 2x 3D-Glasses

My third projector will be installed this evening 🙂

  • from 2005 – 2008 Panasonic PT-AE900
  • from 2008 – 2015 Sanyo Z2000

It is a big upgrade from my Sanyo Z2000. I currently have a Dalite TENSIONED COSMOPOLITAN ELECTROL 16:9 HDTV 133”. This screen has always looked to sparkly on the whites during viewing. It is even worse with this new projector.

Why this model and not the Panasonic PT-AE8000 (first out in 2011 now for 1770 CHF)

Better than the Panasonic PT-AE8000 for me because

  • Latest technology: model first available in end of 2013,
  • 2 HDMI on the back only but wireless transmitting (+5 HDMI) = 7 HDMI in total,
  • 2D-to-3D conversion,
  • Frame Interpolation,
  • 2 x 3D glasses are included,
  • Wireless HDMI,
  • Panasonic has a 2000 hour limit which ends warranty coverage. No hour limit on Epson.
  • But all in all more expensive (+1000 CHF).


Enjoy a true cinematic

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Computer Science: Generating advances in computation that drive progress in every aspect of human endeavor

Computer science animates our world, driving knowledge creation and innovation that touches every aspect of our lives, from communications devices to the latest medical technology. With significant strengths in the three core areas of computer science—computer systems, theory and artificial intelligence—our department fosters highly productive collaborations that have led to breakthroughs in cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, machine learning and high-performance computing among other areas. We are applying these discoveries to address some of the most critical societal challenges of the 21st century, in fields such as healthcare, neuroscience and sustainability.

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How to Learn to Code Online?

Noble Horvath

The online world is flooded with information on how to learn to code, where to start and what to expect. The problem is that many people still consider it an impossible dream. But it is not something that can be impossible for you if you take the right approach.

The Internet has changed the world for the better. Today, almost anything can be purchased online and can be delivered right to your doorstep. This means that we don’t have to go anywhere to get help with things that are important to us. In fact, with the right knowledge and a computer, anyone can learn to code for free.

Coding is actually very simple. The difference is that it requires some skill to be able to do it properly. This can be achieved through software, but you can also get a good grasp of the basics by watching someone who is … Read More

The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969)



Some college students manage to persuade the town’s big businessman, A. J. Arno, to donate a computer to their college. When the problem- student, Dexter Riley, tries to fix the computer, he gets an electric shock and his brain turns to a computer; now he remembers everything he reads. Unfortunately, he also remembers information which was in the computer’s memory, like the illegal business Arno is involved in.
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Programmed for laughs!
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In the chase scene, Dexter’s friends are seen pouring paint on the road. As the car that A. J. Arno is in drives through the paint, it splatters the side of the car. In the next seen, the paint is gone. All subsequent parts of the chase scene have the same problem. See more »


Dean Higgins

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Inspect My Gadget

Over 5 years have passed since my original article on my lounge room. In it, I explained how I had voice controlled most of the entertainment equipment in the room. Using the technology, even in these early stages, made it clear to me that I wanted to continue using voice control into the future, so I continued to pursue it. The system made accessing TV, movies, music and games so much simpler and easier to use. I tell the system what I want it to do and it does it.

Where my setup may have looked primitive 6 years ago; using an 17 year old TV, and even older speakers, these were purely aesthetic and the same principles have now been transferred to a newer home entertainment system. I have since purchased a house and extended it to create my  lounge room as I wanted. All the

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A Look at the History of Computers

Before the age of electronics, the closest thing to a computer was the abacus, although, strictly speaking, the abacus is actually a calculator since it requires a human operator. Computers, on the other hand, perform calculations automatically by following a series of built-in commands called software.

In the 20th century, breakthroughs in technology allowed for the ever-evolving computing machines that we now depend upon so totally, we practically never give them a second thought. But even prior to the advent of microprocessors and supercomputers, there were certain notable scientists and inventors who helped lay the groundwork for the technology that’s since drastically reshaped every facet of modern life.

The Language Before the Hardware

The universal language in which computers carry out processor instructions originated in the 17th century in the form of the binary numerical system. Developed by German philosopher and mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, the system came about

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Gadgets News, Price & Reviews With an Indian Touch!

Earlier this month, Xiaomi expanded its smart home portfolio in India with the launch of a robotic floor vacuum cleaner. The device is called as Mi Robot Vacuum Mop-P. It was originally launched in China as a smart robot vacuum

Smartphones get expensive as the new GST rate comes into effect: Check the revised prices here

Last month, the government of India had hiked the rate of GST on smartphones 18 percent from 12 percent. Now the new rate has come into effect from April 1st making smartphones more expensive than before. Almost every manufacturer including

Huawei P40 series with 50MP cameras and Kirin 990 5G SoC unveiled

At an online-only event held earlier this week, Huawei unveiled its flagship P40 series. The lineup consists of three smartphones namely the standard P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro+. The P40 series arrives as the successor to last year’s P30.

The impact of Coronavirus on India’s tech industry

The coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc across the globe at the moment. Social media platforms are battling with the spread of misinformation. Moreover, the Indian government has imposed a 21-day

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