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Un Theatre Un Peu Fou | Pang! Puppets! Pow!

Un Theatre Un Peu Fou | Pang! Puppets! Pow!: "COSTUME PLATES

The last strokes have been added onto our costume plates.

Please meet the spawn of Leah and Leona’s brainchild: Olio, and his foe turned friend, Puddle."


Woot!

Syndicated 2013-02-22 06:29:00 from sness

How do you split a list into evenly sized chunks in Python? - Stack Overflow

How do you split a list into evenly sized chunks in Python? - Stack Overflow: "pprint.pprint(list(chunks(range(10, 75), 10)))"

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Syndicated 2013-02-21 19:24:00 from sness

Rails, You Have Turned into Java. Congratulations! « Discursive

Rails, You Have Turned into Java. Congratulations! « Discursive: "You’ll find yourself staring at incomprehensible mega-frameworks maintained by developers who are unapologetic about how little they care for writing documentation.     You’ll also end up with the most common pattern from Hell: the single Rails application that runs an entire business.

I’m starting to think that Rails has turned into the new Java, and that it is time to return to Java and ask it a simple question…

…Java, have you learned to “easy” yet? "

Syndicated 2013-02-21 17:40:00 from sness

Coding Confessional

Coding Confessional: "As part of creating a Minecraft PS3 controller mapping, I needed to detect when the inventory screen appeared. To accomplish this I had an image recognition program detect the inventory and write a boolean value to a text file being read by an AppleScript invoked 30 times per second by the controller mapping software. "

Syndicated 2013-02-21 17:38:00 from sness

Ornothology :: Cymascope Research

Ornothology :: Cymascope Research:


Sounds pretty weak to me.

Syndicated 2013-02-21 17:30:00 from sness

Dolphins Talk Like Humans : Discovery News

Dolphins Talk Like Humans : Discovery News: "Dolphins do not whistle, but instead "talk" to each other using a process very similar to the way that humans communicate, according to a new study.

While many dolphin calls sound like whistles, the study found the sounds are produced by tissue vibrations analogous to the operation of vocal folds by humans and many other land-based animals."

Syndicated 2013-02-21 17:24:00 from sness

The Robot-Readable World – Blog – BERG

The Robot-Readable World – Blog – BERG: "That is, to say ‘robot eyes’ is like saying ‘animal eyes’ – the breadth of speciation in the fourth kingdom will lead to a huge breadth of sensory worlds to design within."

Syndicated 2013-02-21 04:49:00 from sness

1966JRASC..60..257H Page 257

1966JRASC..60..257H Page 257:

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Title: The Bolide of September 17, 1966
Authors: Halliday, I.
Journal: Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Vol. 60, p.257
Bibliographic Code: 1966JRASC..60..257H

Syndicated 2013-02-21 04:32:00 from sness

Signal Processing for Communications

Signal Processing for Communications: "Downloads
You can access two online versions of the book:
an HTML version with hypertextual cross-referencing, which will open in your browser;
a PDF version which you can download and print."

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Syndicated 2013-02-21 04:18:00 from sness

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