Monthly Archives: July 2005

Some Cool Tools

“ActiveWords is user interface technology that adds a simple and powerful attribute to Windows®, it turns words into actions. You enter or select any words in any context at any time, and are directly connected with services related to the … Continue reading

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The Very Useful JavaScript call() And apply() Functions For Overriding 'this' For A Given Function.

apply Syntax functionreference.apply(thisArg, argArray) Parameters thisArg (parameter for the calling object) argArray (an optional parameter of an argument array for the object) Description apply allows you to apply a method of another object in the context of a different object … Continue reading

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It's Nice To Be Appreciated

 

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New (Old) 21" Monitor And New Test Cases

I am now dual headed. We will see how it goes. I have the G4 and PC second display on the second monitor. The G4 stays up as long as I don’t move much. (Long Story) Testing all the basic … Continue reading

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Cool Undirected Graph Based Game

http://home.cwru.edu/~jnt5/Planarity/     Clearly Some People Have Too Much Time On Their Hands

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Congratulations, you've installed DasBlog!

Be sure to visit all the options under “Configuration” in the Admin Menu Bar above. There are 16 themes to choose from, and you can also create your own.  

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"Scotty" From Star Trek Died Today

“Actor James Doohan, who transported the crew of the Star Trek television series through space on the command “Beam me up, Scotty”, died today at the age of 85.” He’s Dead Jim

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Word Of The Day – "Callipygous"

Adjective: callipygous  `kalu’pIgus Pertaining to or having finely developed buttocks- callipygian See also: shapely

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Grammar Visualiser – Part III

Its pretty obvious from this failed experiment that my original plan was the correct one. http://set-top.net/tests/dot/test7.png By associating an exact description of the potential state, but then using transitions wrt. the group of states, I’ve created something that makes logical sense … Continue reading

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It's Funny Because It's True

“A woman has a close male friend. This means that he is probably interested in her, which is why he hangs around so much. She sees him strictly as a friend. This always starts out with, you’re a great guy, … Continue reading

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