Leonard and Sumana's personal notebook

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ghost.py: This does look great

http://danieltemkin.com/Entropy.aspx: I should rewrite Degeneracy in Entropy

Andy Hertzfeld's Apple performance review | developer.* Blogs: Surprisingly interesting (faint praise, I know)

The DOT Language: As simple as you'd think

cc65 - a freeware C compiler for 6502 based systems: Your gateway to 15 new RFK ports

davidbau.com: Haaarg, world!: More peer pressure from hacker dads

» Teaching kids, part 1 - DevChix - Blog Archive : Rachel Chalmers! What are YOU doing to foist programming literacy on Claire and Julia?

Rubygame: PyGame vs. Rubygame

American Scientist Online - Where's the Real Bottleneck in Scientific Computing? : Computational illiteracy. Even some developers don't use version control (shiver). The marginal benefit of a single lesson in best practices is huge.

WordNet for Ruby - Trac: To the meter of "Pigs in Spaaaace!"

GATE Documentation: Language library

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Video Lectures: The original and best

About the comment system: A model

Nyquist Info: Grover Nyquist says we must drown sound synthesis in the bathtub

The GNU Linear Programming Kit, Part 2: Intermediate problems in linear programming: Heart-pounding title

Browser-Based Authentication: Hoorah, another single sign-on system

DM's Esoteric Programming Languages - ZOMBIE: For: guess who

DM's Esoteric Programming Languages - ZOMBIE: For: guess who

Funge-98 Final Specification: Now it's all good and funged

Perry R. Cook, New Work: Never heard about SKINI before but it sounds sensible. SENSIBLE

Index of /ftp/tex/impatient: Dammit! TeX!

http://www.ning.com/: yeah, I bet you're sorry an error occured!

: "my experience is that xml applications are like motif applications from the 80s, but without the retro charm"

Behave! -- a visual behavior language: Pretty nice

Icon Design by David Vignoni : icon king v2 >> goodies: Supposedly good icons, according to commenter on Ian's weblog

Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide: I wonder if I need to use bash scripting for anything anymore.

SLOCCount: Crack that whip

2005 Underhanded C Contest: I have a joke about this but it is too complicated to fit in this margin.

http://bourdrez.org/~atob/programs/offensive.c: Puerile

ITA Software: ITA Software: These look fun

Haskell for C Programmers: So far I have not been shocked

Panda3D - Free 3D Engine: Apparently it lets you build your own Mystery House

Dashboard Programming Guide : Kevin has demanded that I write dashboard widgets for his amusement, even though I pointed out that dashboard widgets have been around for FIFTEEN YEARS.

More thoughts on Ruby on Rails: To read

Subtext home: I think I already delicioused this

TheServerSide.com - TSS Featured Entry: ties in pretty well with my forbidden anti-unit-testing prejudices

Regular Expression Library -- presented by ASPSmith.com Training: now you have *three* problems

http://www.lisperati.com/: I'm not sure how much nerdier this could get

http://www.tug.org/ftp/texlive/Contents/live/texmf/omega/otp/uni2char/out88591.otp: man

One Minute Perl Book Reviews: decision procedure for perl book quality (of course, the value of a good perl book is dubious at best since it just encourages people to learn perl)

Nethack stuff: These are all great, actually

Invisible Objects Patch: Possibly the most pedantic patch of all time

Games from Within: Simple Is Beautiful: see if he gets to the point eventually

Indispensable JavaScript Tutorials: Unfortunately I didn't file this yesterday, so I had to learn Javascript on my own.

Cascading Style Cheatsheet: fine, i'll file you, just get out of my browser

Inefficient sort algorithms: "This is a multiply and surrender algorithm: one that continues multiplying subproblems as long as possible until their solution can no longer be postponed."

vassalengine.org: Online game engine

Programming in Emacs Lisp (Second Edition) - Table of Contents - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF): 'Typing editing commands or C-x C-e is a leading cause of evaluation.'

HovpoH - var'aq - Klingon Programming Language: Notable for 'va'raq for Pakleds'

Alan Cox on writing better software - Ping Wales: "Mathematical models for things like defect rates"

Unobtrusive Javascript: "Creating and destroying elements"

WebRing: hub: Treasure trove of weird programming languages

IBAL Tutorial: "Hello world" has probability 1

Homespring: "Whenever a line of input is read, it is encapsulated in a salmon."

http://www.codecon.org/2005/: Codecon codecon

A Programmer's Guide to the Mind: Too lazy to actually see if this is any good; defer to later

gazingus.org - Anatomy of a Bookmarklet: Dr. Straub has made a remarkable discovery--but one I feel cannot be published, not yet.

Linux in Government: CORE.GOV: Publicity

Elephant 2000: A Programming Language Based on Speech Acts: This is freaky.

W3C XML Schema: For REST

The Benefits of a Service-Oriented Architecture: But call the same thing "SOA" and it aggravates me.

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs : Time to learn lisp again

MF Bliki: AnemicDomainModel: Your password needs more spinach.

http://www.nsl.com/papers/interview.htm: " All the functions involved now are strictly speaking unary functions from stacks to stacks."

PythonCard Home Page: It sounds like this is really coming together


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