Category: Personal and misc
A post about linguistics, and the word fallacies you need to avoid.
Non-original humorous post
Some attempts to solve the seating headache with software.
The order of service requires some Python hacking
Using my programming skills for higher purposes, part 1
A quick Family Fortunes game
I've blogged before about using trac as a personal wiki, now I've found I can use Emacs as my editor and trac browser it's even better...
Submitting tracks using MOC (Music on Console) and Last.fm
So, I'm back in Amman, time for some updates on what I've been doing this week...
I don't normally do really personal blog posts, but thought I'd make an exception to update family and so on about what I've been doing Jordan recently
A personal analysis of Beryl's usefulness.
A popular, though inaccurate, interpretation of Godwin's law is that one should refrain from comparing your opponent to Nazis, because this action is so insulting that meaningful debate will be killed off. I want to ask whether this is really true, and whether the Nazis were really as bad as they are portrayed in our media.
I'm currently without internet connection to my own computer, and I've been working out ways to make send and receiving e-mail as seamless as possible...
The Truth in Science website has now gone live.
The Windows dos box (command prompt) sucks in many ways in comparison to an xterm (and I'm not even including 'command' vs 'bash' here). But if you have emacs you can make it suck a little bit less. "M-x shell" gets you shell mode, and you can select text etc, and use emacs keybindings for editing your commands etc.
Are the Google Talk servers finally talking to other Jabber Servers? I got an IM from my alter ego today...
I've somehow managed to get 'subscriber' level on Last.fm's music community site, and I'm really enjoying it.
Goodbye blogosphere! I'm off to read a good book :-)
I cleaned and tidied both my bedroom and my front room today...it was quite an interesting experience..[and some more interesting stuff about books]
Every possible type of spam...