Okay, a quick change over to my old Christmas stylesheet.
Monthly Archives: December 2003
Some spammer out there is doing a joe job on my domain, and I’ve been getting a steady trickle of email bounces from servers at AOL and Yahoo. If somebody out there who has more time than I do wants to examine the bounces to try to figure out where complaints should be directed, I’ll keep a live archive online for your analysis. Currently, there are about 50 bounces in there. I did scan over … Continue reading
For those who haven’t realized it yet, BlogShares is dead. I’ve removed it from the Blog Service Pinger.
I have (and still do) worked on several projects hosted on Sourceforge. For code that I deal with a lot, or for projects where I’m a developer, I often check out the CVS version of a project, to stay up-to-date with the latest changes. And I often find that I’d like to get a concise list of changes that other developers have checked in recently. One should be able to use the cvs log command … Continue reading
I’ve run across Max Lyons’ web site a couple of times before. Today, I saw it again because of links to his Gigapixel Image. But then I poked around some and finally took a look at his Digital Scotland gallery. Wow.
Earlier today, I ran across Mr. Picassohead, a cool Flash app which lets you piece together elements into Picasso-like drawings. I created this self-portrait on my lunch break. 🙂
If you use Perl for programming web services, you might be interested to know that the website for SOAP::Lite has been updated. Looks like it’s now a MovableType blog, which should hopefully mean that the developers intend to make more frequent updates.
This is low-tech, yet sexy-cool at the same time. Digital Sundials. Cool. I want one 🙂