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The Relationship between a Square and a Circle

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: October 11, 2011

What is the true relationship between a square and a circle? Can they share equations?

Hanging With Friends Primer

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: July 5, 2011

Intro to playing the iPhone game Hanging with Friends (Hangman).

Ignorance is...Blythe?

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: November 22, 2010

No offense, really, this is just math. Ok, that is offensive. Never mind.

Monkey Donkey Math

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: October 7, 2010

A short piece on a simple math problem that looks harder than it really is.

I understand, but...

By GREG MAFFETT
Published: May 15, 2010

I could help you out, but...

SilverStripe: MVC and Template Engine

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: May 8, 2010

The templating system for the SilverStripe framework is a majorly crippled piece of work. The big question is: why?

The Forever Web App Project

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: November 15, 2009

The Forever Web App Project is an AI project to demonstrate a web app's ability to exist on the web unassisted (except by strangers) for as long as possible after a given date.

TrueCrypt and SVN: security concerns for password files

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: October 25, 2009

TrueCrypt and SVN are a nice match when considering the handling of password files. Here are a few things to watch out for.

SVN and Dreamweaver CS4 Integration

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: June 30, 2009

Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 now comes with SVN integration. It's their one big feature for developers in this version. Too bad it's completely useless.

Twitter + DiggBar = Digg Explosion!

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: April 2, 2009

DiggBar is a huge move by digg.com. It will be massive. It may almost be too massive and destroy the brand.

Noob Effect: Tackling Talent

By MIKE M
Published: April 1, 2009

Tackling your talents and your abilities by knowing your limitations and your potential.

Shareware: DOOM and DUKE

By MIKE M
Published: March 27, 2009

Getting nostalgic for old shareware games? Well get some here!

.theprodukkt

By MIKE M
Published: March 25, 2009

A look into the world of .kkrieger, the smallest 3D game in the world.

Sudoku & Artificial Intelligence

By LEONARD MCGAVIN
Published: March 15, 2009

Using AI on Sudoku could be considered overkill. Either way, any algorithm written to solve a Sudoku puzzle could be considered intelligent by understanding what it accomplishes.

Gamer Army: Is it Really Needed?

By MIKE M
Published: March 10, 2009

Just like the comic book phenomenon, the video game industry is emerging and bringing interactive media to the next level. What is the best way for the video game industry to emerge as an accepted entertainment medium?

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