I suggest that you print out this anti-telemarketing counterscript and keep it handy for the next time you get called by a tele-marketer, or as happens in my office: the next time a not-so-tele-marketer steps through the door. Due to my very kind posting of the overnet gui clc source code, I have had many […]
Archive for November, 2003
it’s amazine what’s out there *grin*. you can find everything from Hacking Billy Mouth Bass to Borrowed Time
After the viewing of The Prophecy, and during the game of Munchkin (which i didn’t bother to play) I was browsing the net for arb stuff… – Checking up on when, why and how the world will or won’t end – and How exactly does that subspace physics work?
Joel has written 12 Steps to Better Code. I can’t agree with it more. Heads up to all development companies, if you follow these ‘rules’ you’ll be keeping your programmers happier & more efficient.
the boss bought us some very pretty xmas prezzies, although one of the boxes contained a more expensive set. Oh well sennheiser’s loss. vs
Check out the marlarky test offered by mensa. Malarky asks questions we ask ourselves, but seldom know the answer. Do you know the answer?
do you reckon we can we get smaller? Is this sort of tech going to help moore’s law for a while, or have we maxed out already? (but then you would have read these is you read slashdot)
i can’t remember how i found this post, but it links to the very awesome google deskbar. The deskbar seems to have been received with mixed feelings. I think it is absolutly awesome. Although it could squeeze to be a bit smaller (i don’t care it i can see the text box or not). Where […]
you have to watch these compilers these days, eh? You never know when they’re going to do something different. (this post investigates the details of the problem). This is all in an attempt to learn how to change an IL (aka .NET program). All I want to do is change a simple if (a=b) return […]
ever tried searching for your name on google? searching for ‘norman rasmussen’ finds links related to me at number 2, 6, and 11. A work collegue ‘Alistair Scott’ is nowhere to be found, but this blog entry is funny. Even worse was the fact that it uses the same style-sheet as my blog. How Wierd……