Posts from December 2002

20th December, 3:34 am

the site will be closing in a couple of hours for the christmas break.

have a good christmas, and see you all in the new year :)

18th December, 2:42 am

tesco baby death proof blunder [via pep]

site of the month is definately haircut story [via ell]

once again, rumors that marklar may be released. which would be nice

wudup, homeskillet

this is the most ludicrous porn i have ever seen [via pep]

john from design agency loines-furnival sent me a cool christmas card. the card contains a cut-out santa and stand and a set of clothes to "dress him". pretty cool, but much better is that they're releasing more clothes online. the ultimate e-card? i'll do a photo tonight if i remember

16th December, 9:41 am

Amazon had better check their thumbnails [via ste]

Now i wish i had internet access on my spectrum.

The framley examiner is excellent. especially check out the classifieds.

Check out the filename of the cheerleaders picture in this article about 'Gender Equity'. worth looking at the filenames of the other two pictures aswell [via ste]

How to build huge web apps with perl [via london.pm]

6th December, 3:43 pm

The two best comics i've seen since tuesdaycomic: [sh*thouse](http://www.pipingrad.com/sht/sht1.html) [pipingrad](http://www.pipingrad.com/fop/fop1.html)

Bored of bash? Then try the ASR memorable quote page

Esoteric programming corner: the 99 bottles of beer repository

iamcal.com is hosted on a server in texas. After reading this, i'm a little worried. Though fear not, no lord-of-darkness-bsd here

I haven't managed to get it to compile yet, but fsv looks like computers are supposed to.

4th December, 7:01 am

There are two new articles over at the [iamcal publishing empire](/publish/):

  • [Human Readable Numbers](/publish/article.php?id=8)
  • [Google Highlighting](/publish/article.php?id=9)

    When you need to buy something specific, the Internet always saves the day. What did people do before the Internet?

    With christmas coming up, I know you'll want to buy me cool stuff. Because you love me, right?

    This page is quite disturbing. Is it a hoax? I don't think so. [via pep]

    On the first day of christmas, my true love gave to me, a list of the CPAN directory tree. The perl advent calendar is festive and contains useful info on some great perl modules.

  • 2nd December, 10:00 am

    iamcal.com has just moved to a new server

    if you spot anything that doesn't work, please leave a comment after this post.

    ta

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