Inklings in July 2005
No need for Cygwin. Hurray!
Implementing combo boxes in HTML forms.
And better for it. Sure, it might lead to a lower per capita GDP if measured by year (rather than by hour worked), but it’s better to work to live than live to work.
This is sick!
My account seems to break Dan’s code, probably ‘cause I haven’t been able to play it enough. I’ve a lot of practice to do!
There’s nothing better than beating the wee fecker to death. Me? Evil? Noo!
The weasel is at it again. Does he not realise that this treaty is unconstituional, infringing on our fundamental rights as guaranteed by the constitution? It infringes on my right to privacy, right to fair procedures, right to personal piberty (most importantly), and (potentially, given the current US Attorney General) right to bodily integrity. I’m disgusted!
Two interfaces for the likes of crafty and GNU chess.
Excellent wee flash game. And you don’t need to know japanese to understand it.
Next Action is a Getting Things Done todo-list tracking tool. It’s a personal database for your GTD info.
So maybe the French aren’t so “run and hide” as some make them out to be.
Thirty-five years later, and we still haven’t learned anything. :-(
A bunch of most excellent online games.
Drools is a Rules Engine implementation based on Charles Forgy’s Rete algorithm tailored for the Java language.
A free Paradroid clone.
As a programmer, that is.
Editing in place is something I want in my blog, dogdamnit! :-)
So who are you, mysterious individual? :-)
Only of interest if you like linguistics or the like.
Old Kuro5hin article. I’m doing a link cleanup.
From an old Multician
Styling forms so that they don’t look like ass.
Joel Spolsky on programmer quality.
Some ignorant spiel from the WSJ, attempting to make out that after thousands of years of war and terrorism on, against, and between various european countries, that we’ve all given up, shut up shop, and are letting terrorists ride roughshod over us. This stinks of propaganda.
I’ll try not to make such a mess of things this time around. ;-)
Open Source vector art proggy.
Worth it for the look on Bill Gates’ face.