Category Archives: Code

Learn to Read Graphs or Go Home

(this is a rhetorical post to Code Hard or Go Home, ’cause the amount of bullshit in the post is so much that you can call it almost a “cesspool post” instead of “blog post”) There is one thing I … Continue reading

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I Don’t Support a WebKit Monoculture Deux

Things in the internet space are weird. First you have a guy telling that he would support a monopoly in the browser market (which I fully raged against). And then, out of nowhere, one of the jQuery guys come out … Continue reading

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I Don’t Support a WebKit Monoculture

So there is this post by Jeremy Khan about his support for a WebKit monoculture. The whole thing is so retarded and moronic it’s not even worth reading, but I did and now I’m in full rage. Let me explain … Continue reading

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TwentyEleven With Easy Rotating Header Images

I have a secondary blog which I wanted to have some special header images. One nice thing about the new default WordPress theme, TwentyEleven, is that you can have a couple of header images and rotate them randomly. A bad … Continue reading

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Your Editor Shows the Flaws of Your Language

In a recent update of Sublime Text 2, my programming editor of choice of these days (only ’cause I wanted a break from VIM, for the fun of having to learn how to edit things in the “normal person” way) … Continue reading

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Timely screenshots in OS X

Silly thing I did this weekend: I wanted to take some screenshots of a game I was playing, but pressing F12 (the Steam shortcut to take a screenshot) while pressing all other keys isn’t that easy. So I came up … Continue reading

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Little Stupid CSS Insight Of The Day

Today, after fighting several minutes to understand why my form was not being send and then checking it with Firebug and seeing it completely broken (as in “the form had no inputs ’cause it was being closed right after being … Continue reading

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Workaround for Broken ElementTrees

(or “Your broken XML broke my Tree!”) Recently, I decided to parse an HTML file using ElementTree. Nothing fancy, seems most of the HTML is well-formed anyway. But (there is always a but) the source file I’m trying to parse … Continue reading

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A case against Twitter OAuth

It’s not a mystery that I have a problem with Twitter and their API. I never made that a “hidden agenda” of sorts: I always said publicly that they suck, plain and simple. Their API is full of holes, bad … Continue reading

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The demise of Mitter

The first post I can find about Mitter was in 2007, which makes it about 3 years old. It is one of my longest living personal projects. Or better, it was. As for yesterday, I decided I had enough of … Continue reading

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