Travis tipped me off to a great deal on SubEthaEdit from the CodingMonkeys. There’s something called BLOGZOT 2.0 on MacZOT.com, where they give away software based on the number of people who blog about it (up to $105,000). I just picked up a copy of SubEthaEdit for $6.95. Blog about it/buy now/buy before the end […]
Last year, I put together a web site that generates schedules for the Ice Oasis hockey leagues. This worked well up until a month or so ago. Then this started happening:
Luke Doucet/Broken (and other rogue states) Kyler England/Live Wire Jason Mraz/MR. A-Z Sylvie Lewis/Tangos & Tantrums Libbie Schrader/Taking the Fall Samantha Murphy/Somewhere Between Starving & Stardom Josh Rouse/Nashville Pocket Dwellers/PD-Atrics Erin McKeown/We Will Become Like Birds Sarah Harmer/Iâ€™m a Mountain Kathleen Edwards/Back to Me Emm Gryner/The Great Lakes Great Big Sea/The Hard and The Easy […]
Sites like Expedia, Yahoo Travel and Travelocity all have one thing in common: they suck. Actually, they probably all use SABRE, too. It’s very hard to use these sites to compare trips with multiple airports; refining your results is hard, too. Maybe the UI is bad on purpose â€” they want you to give up […]
so some guy got people to donate money so he could buy a G5 and blew up his G4. too funny.
ISO 3103, the international standard for brewing tea.
Canadian University Lightbulb Jokes.
In Python, to read a URL, I do the following: import urllib data = urllib.urlopen(‘http://foo.com/’).read() PHP links against cURL, which lets you accomplish the same thing … in five lines of code. If this is something you plan to do more than, say, once, you’ll want an easier way of doing this. Here’s the function […]
Mark Erelli and Catie Curtis just won the grand prize in the International Songwriting Competition. Their song, “People Look Around,” is a stark, honest portrait of the United States and a cry for humanity â€” for us to be more human: Mississippi River divides this land in two, Like the way we tend to think […]