Category Archives: Computing

Web 2.0 Bingo!

This could give you hours of fun while you read your RSS feeds, you NERD.

phpFlickr class 1.1 released

I just released a new version of my wrapper class for the Flickr API. You can get it at the Sourceforge project page. Now with caching goodness! I’m probably going to be bored this weekend and release a version 1.2.

Microsoft is doing something right

BBC NEWS | Microsoft adopts web file styles “Microsoft is putting a key web technology at the heart of its most popular programs. “By late 2006 all the files created by users of its Office suite of software will be formatted with web-centred XML specifications.”

A Gamers’ Manifesto

A Gamers’ Manifesto This site looks at the 20 things that annoy us gamers about games. It contains a bit of profanity. Especially when the author is talking about jumping puzzles in First Person Shooters.

phpFlickr class release

Last night, I put up my first SourceForge release ever. It’s a PHP class that acts as a client for Flickr’s API. I’m building a couple of toys that use the class to access Flickr information and photos. Here’s a photomosaic I used the class to create. For the class go to the SourceForge project […]

Photo galleries

I’ve successfully created my new photo galleries. It’s using a wordpress plugin by Ramon Darrow. The plugin (modified slightly by myself) accesses my flickr “sets” to create galleries. You can see all of my latest pictures there and I’ll be adding some of my older photos. I have 2gig of upstream bandwidth at flickr to […]