The man who should’ve used Connections (October 26, 2009, 0) -
Wow. There are some seriously talented IBMers out there.
This is the latest installment in “The Man Who Should’ve Used Connections”, by Jean Francois Chenier (a project administrator at IBM Japan). He created it using Anime Studio, Garageband, and iMovie.
When I grow up, I want to do things like this.
XKCD, tic-tac-toe, and fractal goodness (December 11, 2010, 1) -
I was delighted to see an analysis of Tic-tac-toe on XKCD. Here is a small part of the remarkable graph format XKCD uses to show all the possible outcomes. It shows all the possible moves and the optimal responses for games that start with X in the top left corner and O in the
Movie seating for geeks (February 17, 2007, 0) - http://xkcd.com/c173.html
I’ve totally done this. ‘course, I was a little too obvious about it, but hey… <laugh>
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Random Emacs symbol: eshell/printnl – Function: Print out each of the argument, separated by newlines.
Scenes from a geek life: Duel (December 4, 2009, 0) - W-: I just have some more to do.
Me: Can I help?
W-: It’s okay. I’m faster in vi than you are.
<I do a mock eye-narrow emphasized with hand gestures> <we both do the theme from The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly>
Me: <laughing hard>
W-: Our kids are going to roll their eyes. “Ncurses was so fifty