GeoURL is a cool idea. It is a directory of blogs, indexed by longitude/latitude. So, you can use it to find blogs from people who live in a certain city or country.
Hello, world! After chatting with Anthony last night, I decided that I would switch blog software to one which supports backtrack. Sites like www.livejournal.com make it easy to crosslink between blogs on the one site, but the internet is a big place so I want to use a system which allows references between blogs regardless of where they live.
It’s interesting to look at how various languages deal with passing arguments to functions. It’s a bread-and-butter part of programming, and if you come from a C background it’s surprising to realise that there’s better ways of doing it.
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Forget language wars. It’s the whole kaboodle which matters.
The main purpose of this blog is to record my thoughts about programming. If you want a quick summary, it’d probably be “todays programming tools suck” and “we need to consider the whole kaboodle, not just languages”.
The whole what? Let me explain …
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