Neat way of organising your CSS to make stuff easier to find.
Inklings in May 2005
Sam Ruby reveals something that’s been puzzling me for a while: how he tracks referring pages without needing the likes of Trackback or Pingback. It turns out it’s some magic involving
Referer header and Technorati. Is Trackback dead? Maybe, but I smell a second coming. :-)
A “structural” programming language. Quite odd, and quite interesting. It reminds me more than a little of spreadsheets though.
John’s a veritable fountain of knowledge. ‘Bout time he got himself a blog.
Mark’s at it again!
Didn’t know he was an aspie.
The future as seen by Frank Zappa. In 1983. And he was right.
I will do this for my weblog. I will do this for my weblog. I will do this for my weblog. I will do this for my weblog…
A superior engine for playing all your old WADs
Been using this for a while now. It’s an excellent replacement for the Windows Quick Launch Bar.
Woohoo! After years for waiting for it, those asshats in Dublin have seen sense and given the west back a rail line. The sooner they do it, the better.
A flash game recreation of Luke’s cavern run from Star Wars.
Worth it for the
Bloody hell! This is exactly what I was looking for when I started fiddling with stuff on SourceForge. Nifta!
BitTorrent contributed to making BSG the SciFi Channel’s highest-rated show: what does this say about piracy?
A free cross-platform Pascal compiler. Combined with a bunch of libraries called Lazarus, it’s capable of building Delphi applications with it.
Useful, but doesn’t appear to work if your document has a doctype. :-(
Current European patent law and how it relates to software.
Far more interesting than Cell processors, IMHO.
A small, simple C++ XML parser.
An alternative to Arithmetic Encoding and Huffman Encoding that’s more efficient than the latter, and unencumbered by patents, unlike the former.
Uses JS to make it work universally, but in a good way.