I had a half hour in Kansas City International Airport. Like many airports nowadays, they had free wireless internet. I haven’t installed Warcraft on the Powerbook yet so I had to settle with surfing the web. I have installed Leopard so I was trying to download TinkerTool, an essential Mac… Read more“When Good Apps Go Bad”
DC comics is having a comics contest through their new Zuda Comics label: the prizes are various amounts of cash. Sign me up! There are rules to follow: the comic for the contest is to be 8 pages of 800×600 pixels. The comic can’t be shown anyplace other than their… Read more“”
Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
In lieu of actual updates, I added a few more links to the sidebar. I’ll tell you a little about each of them to entice you to go… elsewhere (?). Wasii.com: This site’s sister site, which is kind of creepy because it belongs to my ex-girlfriend. She hasn’t updated since… Read more“Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”
As I predicted, now you can display population density data in Google Earth, thanks to the work of Imran Haque, a grad student at Stanford (boo!) though he was an undergrad at Cal (yay!). His program, gCensus, allows the drawing of polygons over Google Maps, which the Google Map API… Read more“”
I somehow missed the birth of networking sites like Friendster and Myspace but all of a sudden it seems like this type of site is almost ubiquitous with casual internet use. Specialty sites have come up to cater to specific audiences. There isn’t one for anthropology yet so I’ll write… Read more“Space Battle”