Vigrond

Fresno, CA

vigrond.com

Age: 29

I am a freelance web developer based in Fresno, California.

Email: robert@vigrond.com
Blog: http://vigrond.com
Twitter: @vigrond

Feel free to contact me about anything! Thanks

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revised How to maintain a pool without eventually having to replace water?
added 99 characters in body
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asked How to maintain a pool without eventually having to replace water?
Mar
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comment Help me understand this basic Pool & Spa Combination plumbing diagram?
There are 4 3-ways. It's confusing because they are covered by actuator symbols. So the actuators are on 3-ways, and the 2-way is the spa make-up. That makes total sense now with overflow/overheating. My spa is actually connected to my pool via a little channel on the spa wall, and both are the same water level. I'm wondering if I should do the same type of plumbing.
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asked Help me understand this basic Pool & Spa Combination plumbing diagram?
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answered ScanSnap s1300i "unable to connect ... due to an error in the program's operating environment" 0x80004005
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asked Why are lights on 15 amp circuits and receptacles on 20 amp?
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asked Do newer GFCI receptacles still trip due to inductive load from motors?
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asked What is this thin metal wire in wall of 50s home?
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asked ScanSnap s1300i "unable to connect ... due to an error in the program's operating environment" 0x80004005
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accepted Why does it take 700 cents to get to a perfect 5th, which is 3/2 (one and a half) from the root?
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comment Why does it take 700 cents to get to a perfect 5th, which is 3/2 (one and a half) from the root?
This is perfect. Thanks for takin the time to draw the picture. This leads me into questions about the nature of pitch, and the why/how of its measurement by cents. According to wiki, Pitch is each person's subjective perception of a sound, which cannot be directly measured. Though, it appears to me that over the centuries we have agreed to position pitch based on octave and fifth ratios, 1:2, 3:2, because they are consonant to most of us. But numbers tend to get confusing, I guess I should draw more pictures ; )
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asked Why does it take 700 cents to get to a perfect 5th, which is 3/2 (one and a half) from the root?
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