Rather than donating piles of cash to the countries suffering from the St. Stephen’s Days Tsunami, why don’t we just cancel their debts? Surely this would be just as good if not better for them. Can’t wait for Bono to jump onto this one… ;-)
This works! And it’s surprisingly fast, at least in a Gecko-based browser like Firefox.
They’re playing in Cyprus Avenue on January 28th. Might go.
A rather rocking XMLHttpRequest-based map of Switzerland.
What they are and how to avoid them.
Javadocs for various libraries, from BDB to Swing. I didn’t realise that Javalobby provided this.
An alternative to the minimum wage and progressive taxation?
As soon as groups started going after the various BitTorrent trackers out there, removal of BitTorrent’s one centralising feature was inevitable. Here’s the start.
I miss this from Unix.
An essay written in English purged of its Romance elements. Really quite cool!
A great post from Eric explaining why some digits turn up in real world datasets than others.
Excellent essay on my favourite Java keyword, and probably one of its most unexploited features.
Um, wow! It’s a pity this didn’t happen earlier though.
Everything you ever wanted to know about sleep but were too afraid to ask. And some other stuff too…
Great, I hope, for when you’ve got absolutely no motivation and need a push.
A command-driven framework for ColdFusion. Might be worth a wee peek at.
A SourceForge-like site for Open Source ColdFusion applications.
Now it’s worth me taking a look at it.