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Rich Wareham
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I feel like we've come so far but, at the same time, being a programmer I like the idea of describing an animation rather than drawing it.

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I came across http://roadstorome.moovellab.com/ the other day which has a nice visualisation of the shortest road paths to Rome over Europe. I wondered if I could reproduce this for my own home. Turns out that the Ordnance Survey has a nice dataset of the UK road network to download. I also expected that I'd have to write some sort of data processing code in Python. Turns out that I could do all of the computation in PostgreSQL, PostGIS and pgRouting.
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Sometimes these are spot on...
Ich hätte nicht gedacht, daß ich das mal sage, aber: Hitler hat Recht! 

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Version 0.11.0 of my Python Dual Tree Complex Wavelet Transform library has been released. Get it via pypi and/or read the documentation online.

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Thought while working: there should be an equivalent of "sl" called "car".

TIL that sloccount doesn't count any JavaScript as a line of code. I think I may agree with it.

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Best watched on Cardboard!

After typing the correct command into the wrong terminal for the n th time I'm left wondering: does anyone know of any magic one can put in a bashrc to set the background colour of the terminal. I'd like a per-machine config which changes as I SSH around.

Edit: Obviously my initial Google-ing proved fruitless.

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I've been designing and building the front panel and associated bus monitoring hardware for Búri, my homebrew 6502-based computer. Here's some demo blinkenlights.
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