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now playing automation

Hehe, something geeky now. Seeing some of those typical “now playing” tags in emails and blogs I was wondering how that could be automated, and perhaps posted into my blog. I didn’t feel like auto adding a line at the bottom of my posts myself, hell that kind of tedious stuff is what computers where […]

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best software essays of 2004

Lets talk shop. Yeah, computers’n’shit, programming, coding, web design, geeky stuff. In fact, I won’t do much of the talking, I’ll leave that to some guys that have written some great articles on software development, which I’ve been reading just a few of which arose my interest right away, and I’ll be getting back to […]

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flickr.com

I came across a photo service called Flickr a while ago from a link on the Creative Commons site while looking for a way to get copylefted images to paste into my blog here and there to spice things up a bit, and give the readers eyes (yes, I’m concerned about your wellbeing:) a break […]

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how evil is your site?

Want to know how evil your website really is? Well, thanks to the Gematriculator now you can determine exactly that using the methods of Gematria. I quote from the site: Experts consider the mathematical patterns in the text of the Holy Bible as God’s watermark of authenticity. Thus, the Gematriculator provides only results that are […]

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DRM systems are bad for business

So the Beastie Boys have a new album out, which I was looking into getting myself a copy, since I already have most of their other albums, and I’ve always liked their fun approach to hip-hop. It turns out that their latest CD however contains MacroVisions CDS-200 DRM technology which has “features” that stop me […]