Category Archives: opensource

Back in Bash

Quick little post today, Using my previous two scripts you’ve (1) been able to separate a massive photo directory into 3rds (2) been able to take one of those directories and identify matching photos and move them into directories of … Continue reading

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Continuing to Code

Well, my python’s not exactly getting prettier but I’ve been able to make it more functional, may I present “”! Although I’m learning this 4G language (is it truly?) I still tend towards a shell scripting approach so I write … Continue reading

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Progress in the New Year

Welcome to the New Year! A lot has happened already, between Google changing their page rank, Apple’s numerous announcements and tons of other cool stuff. I’ve been getting back into the swing of things and mostly trying to figure out … Continue reading

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The Next Social Network: WordPress – GigaOM

I really appreciated the thoughts in The Next Social Network: WordPress – GigaOM. I’ve been on Facebook for a while now (and prior to that LinkedIn) and despite my initial misgivings, I’ve been surprised at how much value social networks … Continue reading

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Code of Conduct

Brad has some great comments on my post about how software needs to extend beyond a single locality. I’ve yet to be happy with the “comment” structure of the blog’o’sphere, so I’ll follow Brad’s example and put my thoughts here, … Continue reading

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