Geekiness and Nerdiness, and Other Surprises

First, the necessary context: an axonometric projection is a type of parallel projection, basically meaning there’s no perspective. Further, it’s a type of orthographic projection, meaning there’s none of the distortion present in an oblique projection (which I hate with a passion). The final necessary context is that the view is rotated to reveal all […]

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Since this site runs WordPress, I was receiving huge amounts of spam. At first I tolerated it, but recently it became too much. I had to start adding more and more phrases to the blacklist, but it still persisted. Fortunately, there was one very useful fact I noticed: it was all coming from the same […]

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Wow. I actually completed one of my larger projects. After however many weeks it ended up taking, I’ve finally finished the theme for this blog. As far as I know from the testing I did, it functions properly. That’s no guarantee though, so if you encounter any problems don’t hesitate to mention it. Now, I’m […]

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Here is an all new domain and blog. Working on adding content to the main site, and prettying up this blog. Might be some issues with all the posts that have been imported. Time shall tell!

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It’s happened to all of us. (Vagueness intensifies) You’ve walked out of the cinema, and you can’t help but think “that needed more explosions”. Similarly, we’ve all written a PHP script and thought much the same thing. Right? …right? Now there’s a solution. This all-new PHP function, needsMoreExplosions(), will solve all your problems by exploding […]

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