Script Kiddies beware. Adam Lindsay has begun an effort to replace your l33t speaking ways with a rudimentary development language (lolcode) using the same coded phrases you disrespect your mothers with (you text your mom with that hand?). As a demonstration of his awesomeness, Lindsay offers this example of a simple count loop: HAI CAN… Continue reading LOL Code
It turns out that one of Google’s many language options is “H4x0r.” Now the l33t have somewhere to conduct there searches besides astalavista.box.sk. Among some other humorous ones were Elmer Fudd, the Swedish Chef, Klingon, and Pig Latin. From a purely geeky perspective, I dug the Latin language option too. Being somewhat of a linguist… Continue reading Google Speaks H4x0r
If you liked the l33t trailer, you’ll love this one!
The renaissance is coming for my ancestral kin-folk, the Vikings. Once pillaging coastal cities with axe and arrow, their reach is now extended to the digitally connected world. Their great Viking DSL Longships ride the Internet surf to unleash hordes upon luddites of the modern world. Wielding now, their fancy cell phones and European technilogical… Continue reading Scandinavians r l33t
In a ridiculous release today at CNN.com, Navistar talks about the new CXT truck available to the l33t and rich. The CXT is a staggering 9′ tall and a few inches longer than Ford’s F-350. At 7 tons, it’s also averaging a meager 6 to 10 mpg. While diesel is cheaper, I’m betting you won’t… Continue reading Navistar CXT Eats Hummer for Breakfast
I’m not among the l33t when it comes to programming, but I do enjoy a good scriptercize! If you are one of them, then you know who you are and can explain it binary (converted in your head from hex, of course). You should also be looking into the Google Code Jam events when they… Continue reading Google Code Jam 2004