Category Archives for Coding

PervMap 2.0

GoogleMaps hacking to show registed sex offenders. Continue reading

04. June 2005 by Chris
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If a blog falls in the woods and nobody backlinks it, does it make a sound?

I’ve always said (to myself, anyway) that it didn’t matter if anyone read my blog or even visited my site. So, why was I so happy when a couple of folks posted comments to some old entries?! Of course, they … Continue reading

25. August 2004 by Chris
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Offending Geocodes

Through an odd chain of events, I offered to create a map of home addresses of registered sex offenders in the Augusta area. Here is a 1st look: Since I didn’t want to spend hours on end looking at, or … Continue reading

01. June 2004 by Chris
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onTheCase

After getting into a discussion about coding styles and conventions, I figured I better get some clearer definitions for mixed case names in code: studly caps – an arbitrary capitalization of letters. sTudLyCapS camel case – run together words with … Continue reading

26. May 2004 by Chris
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MovableType no longer “free enough”

I’m in the process of moving my blog to WordPress from MovableType. While I wish the authors of MT the best of luck with their new pricing model, I have to agree with Mark Pilgrim and his reasons for switching … Continue reading

22. May 2004 by Chris
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CPU cycle recycling

One of the side effects of being a computer geek seems to be the proliferation of junker computers on the home network. Currently we have 4 machines running pretty much full time and another 3 that get used off and … Continue reading

15. May 2004 by Chris
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