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Graph your Facebook friends

March 4th, 2011

As a computer science nerd, I probably get a little too excited by data visualizations and graphing. I particularly miss the Nexus facebook application, and have been looking around for a decent replacement. The lead picture is an example of a graph I’ve generated using the following method, detailed after the cut. I hope you […]

RSS Hacking with Feed43 and YQL

February 26th, 2011

My most recent project has been using certain free tools to create RSS feeds. I’m an avid user of Google Reader (since 2007 I’ve read something like 133k items) and I (for example) don’t want to open a page just to view an image when it, or have to manually go to a website that […]

Delicious Crepes

July 30th, 2008

I’m certainly no master of the stove, but I’d been craving some crepes for a while now. My first step when cooking, given my extreme love of the internet, is to use Google to look up an appropriate recipe. I then attempt to follow said guide to the letter. I picked the second result; the […]

Noob’s Guide to WordPress

July 23rd, 2008

When I started my very own personal blog, I decided to hand-code it and I’d eventually figure out the logistics of a database… later. I was happy that it existed at all, especially with such an appealing visual design. However, I eventually succumbed and tried out a pre-existing framework, realizing that I didn’t want to […]

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