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The sociophilosophical implications of yes `yes no`

I received a (solicited) invitation to speak at a well-respected university about my previous post.

Foreword After posting yes `yes no` a short while ago, I saw that I was receiving some traffic from the resources page of the CIS 191 course at University of Pennsylvania. After jokingly emailing the instructor about the possibility of...

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On traversing an array in Javascript

Thoughts, experiments, and some research on traversing an array in Javascript

I was told by one of the awesome people I work with that the “standard” form for a for loop in Javascript is actually \( \mathcal{O}(n^2) \), so I became curious. Here’s my thoughts, but first, a Java example. A...

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yes `yes no`

This is an experiment with a stupid unix trick. People totally raged at how wrong I was explaining how it works.

Preface I’ve recently gotten into using the tools that make a Unix system different from a MS-DOS system; the terminal (among others). There’s a lot of very useful tools in GNU’s coreutils package. Among them are ls, cat, kill, rm,...

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Cli For Colorhelper

Grab this command line tool to generate hex codes from arbitrary strings!

Hi folks. This is a quick command line interface for my premier color helper web service. Basically you give it some text, it thinks for a bit, then it spits out the exact color that corresponds with the text you...

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On confidence (and arrogance)

An open letter to the anonymous responses to Tyler Menezes' blog post

Hi Tyler. I honestly don’t have much to say on this subject, because I’ve never seriously thought about it. Here’s a link to your blog post, because I care about shoutouts: Dunning-Kruger. Confidence and arrogance These two are usually paired...

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Blog Under Construction

The site is still being built, and I'm stupid.

This website is currently being built; I had no idea that it was actually getting pushed while I was doing this. This is also a post to help me further develop the design by allowing me to test the site’s...

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Logotype

A quick dive into logotype and an exploration on branding

This post is from an older site of mine, at least one person found it interesting, so I’m keeping it. My foray into vector graphics. I am very interested in logotype, branding, and so forth. This is a collection of...

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On Java game programming

My version of a "hello world" app for game frameworks

This post is from an older site of mine, at least one person found it interesting, so I’m keeping it. A simple platformer game running as a Java applet, without the use of premade 2d game libraries. This is a...

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Notes on usable web design

Quick thoughts on things I learned over the summer of 2012

This post is from an older site of mine, at least one person found it interesting, so I’m keeping it. Thoughts on web design, good style in HTML coding, and general usability wonderings. I am not, by any means, a...

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