Friday, July 24, 2009

Things I Made

So I've been messing around with javascript and I've made a couple random toys/tools. I made a new section on my site for them. They include:
I'm Feeling Lucky Link Generator - Makes links for I'm Feeling Lucky searches.
Highpoint Map - Map of state highpoints.
Relativistic Acceleration - Calculate speed and distance from acceleration.
Screen Size Calculator - Find height and width of a screen from diagonal size.

Prankster Gets Verizon's CEO Private Address, Visits Him to Discuss Privacy

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Democrats irked by Obama signing statement

President Barack Obama has irked close allies in Congress by declaring he has the right to ignore legislation on constitutional grounds after having criticized George W. Bush for doing the same.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Highpoints Map

I used my new Google Map powers to make a map of the highpoints. I'd like to make the markers show the rank and class, but my lack of javascript knowledge is making it difficult.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Wawa Elevations

Two peices of news. First I put all my Wawa locations into a Google Map which is here.

I was going over the data and noticed I also didn't have the Franklin Ave Wawa, which the below link didn't have. I went back to the Wawa site and they didn't list it. This is puzzling since that store is quite old, and I don't think closing. I now assume my missing stores are the ones missing from Wawa's own site. (I later found it southbound on 73).

Secondly, by popular demand I found the elevations for the Wawas. I really wanted to get elevations from the start but couldn't find any way to elevations from longitude and latitude. I spent a few hours and downloaded literally a GB of data from the NGS. Finally though I discovered a site that gave the elevation data in a small simple file from the lat and long in the URL.

With that it was a simple matter to make a batch file with 539 commands to have lynx dump the page to a single file. Then I added it to the spreadsheet and here are the highest in each state:

State Store Lat Long Address City Zip Meters Feet
PA 270 41.0704920 -75.7041700 RT 940 and Turnpike Kidder Township 18661 466 1528.9
MD 590 39.5613408 -76.9663412 805 Leidy Road Westminster 21157 269 882.5
DE 826 39.8287879 -75.5424637 3448 Naamans Road Wilmington 19803 123 403.5
NJ 985 40.6964516 -75.1759533 411 Roseberry Street Phillipsburg 08865 106 347.8
VA 659 37.5053630 -77.6009650 11021 Midlothian Turnpike Richmond 23235 105 344.5

Let the Wawa highpointing begin!

Monday, July 13, 2009

Wawa Locations and Info

So after I found that Wawa locations map and I noticed that it was missing at least one Wawa I began working on my own list of Wawas. I pulled all the data from the Wawa store locator. For every store I have store number, lat and long, full address and phone, and gas and 24/7 yes or no. Before I dazzle you with Wawa stats a warning about the data. First off I pulled the data on July 13th, 2009 and have no intentions of ever updating it again. Secondly I have data on 539 stores, however the blog below says, "With over 600 locations, we have already visited roughly 556." However, they also say, "Some that we have already visited have since closed and a new bigger one has opened up across the street, so we go back." So there is a chance that they are counting every location that was a Wawa when they started, as well as new ones. While the Wawa site removes the old stores. Wikipedia says, "Total: 581 stores as of 12/2008."

Both Google Maps and the below map show stores I don't have, that aren't in the Wawa store locator. For example this one in VA.

Regardless my data is at least a good sample, so here it is:
Number of stores: 539
Number with gas: 245 (45.45%)
Number open 24/7: 488 (90.54%)
Number with "Web/Text Ordering": 6 (1.11%)

Population People Per Wawa
Area mi2 per Wawa
DE 30 5.57% 873,092 29,103 1,954 65.13
NJ 213 39.52% 8,682,661 40,764 7,417 34.82
PA 206 38.22% 12,448,279 60,429 44,817 217.56
VA 53 9.83% 7,769,089 146,587 39,594 747.06
MD 37 6.86% 5,633,597 152,259 9,774 264.16

Zip code with the most Wawas: West Chester, 19380 (7)

Southernmost: Store #8613, Lat 36.7597230, Long -76.1327030, 101 Hillcrest Parkway Chesapeake, VA 23328
Northernmost: Store #270, Lat 41.0704920, Long -75.7041700, RT 940 and Turnpike Kidder Township, PA 18661
Easternmost: Store #949, Lat 39.9956410, Long -74.0652947, 3505 Rt. 35 North Normandy Beach, NJ 8735
Westernmost: Store #696, Lat 37.6631313, Long -77.6504538, 12564 Broad St. Richmond, VA 23233


Update July 14th: I added a Google Map and elevation data.


Map of Wawas, note I noticed at least some are missing.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Weight Of 1 Petabyte

A petabyte is 1024 gigabytes or 1,125,899,906,842,624 bytes. There was a Slashdot story about how much one would weigh. So I looked up the weights of all the candidates I could think of, and made a chart:

Type Size Bytes Size GB Weight Grams Model Number Total Grams Total lbs
MicroSD 17,179,869,184 16 0.27
58207.66 15716.07 34.65
SD 34,359,738,368 32 2
29103.83 58207.66 128.33
CF 34,359,738,368 32 3.3
29103.83 96042.64 211.74
2.5 HDD 500,000,000,000 466 98.8 ST9500325AS 2000 197600 435.63
MiniSD 4,294,967,296 4 1
232830.64 232830.64 513.3
1.8 HDD 250,000,000,000 233 62 MK2529GSG 4000 248000 546.75
Tape 800,000,000,000 745 210
1250 262500 578.71
Blu-Ray 50,050,629,632 47 16
19979.77 319676.3 704.77
3.5 HDD 2,000,000,000,000 1,863 655 ST32000542AS 500 327500 722.01
DVD 18,253,611,008 17 16
54783.68 876538.89 1932.44
CD 736,279,247 0.7
1358180.34 20372705.14 44914.13

Some notes, I went with the highest capacity version I could find. So for MicroSD it was 16GB, DVD was Dual side and layer, Blu-Ray was dual layer, tape 800GB. Also it was quite hard to find accurate weights for the flash memory. I weighed 2 SD cards and they seemed to be just under 2g each. I weighed a variety of CDs and DVDs and they ranged from 15-17g.

Higgs Boson


Monday, July 6, 2009

Top Gear - Bugatti Veyron top speed test

Do do, do do do do

If playing wall mounted keyboards is wrong, I don't want to be right.


Holland is a name in common usage given to a region in the western part of the Netherlands. The name 'Holland' is also often used to refer to the whole of the Netherlands, although this is not formally correct. From the 10th century to the 16th century it was a unified political region, a county ruled by the Count of Holland. By the 17th century, Holland had risen to become a maritime and economic power, dominating the other provinces of the Dutch Republic. Today, the former County of Holland consists of the two Dutch provinces of North Holland and South Holland.

The people of Holland found themselves living in an unstable, watery environment. Behind the dunes on the coast of the Netherlands a high peat plateau had grown, forming a natural protection against the sea. Much of the area was marsh and bog. By the tenth century the inhabitants set about cultivating this land by draining it. The drainage however, resulted in extreme soil shrinkage, lowering the surface of the land by up to fifteen metres.

To the south of Holland, in Zealand, and to the north, in Frisia, this development led to catastrophic storm floods literally washing away entire regions, as the peat layer disintegrated or became detached and was carried away by the flood water. From the Frisian side the sea even flooded the area to the east, gradually hollowing Holland out from behind and forming the Zuiderzee (the present IJsselmeer). This inland sea threatened to link up with the "drowned lands" of Zealand in the south, reducing Holland to a series of narrow dune barrier islands in front of a lagoon. Only drastic administrative intervention saved the county from utter destruction. The counts and large monasteries took the lead in these efforts, building the first heavy emergency dikes to bolster critical points. Later special autonomous administrative bodies were formed, the waterschappen ("water control boards"), which had the legal power to enforce their regulations and decisions on water management. As the centuries went by, they eventually constructed an extensive dike system that covered the coastline and the polders, thus protecting the land from further incursions by the sea.

However, the Hollanders did not stop there. Starting around the 16th century, they took the offensive and began land reclamation projects, converting lakes, marshy areas and adjoining mudflats into polders. This continued right into the 20th century. As a result, historical maps of mediaeval and early modern Holland bear little resemblance to the maps of today.

This ongoing struggle to master the water played an important role in the development of Holland as a maritime and economic power and in the development of the character of the people of Holland.

Saturday, July 4, 2009


So back in Dec of 2005 I had an idea for a program that would pick random sentences from the internet and attempt to have a conversation with some one online with them. There were a number of emails discussing it, here are all of them:

Sun, Dec 11, 2005 at 5:32 AM

I came up with a crazy program during the course of the week. Basically you give it a search string and it does a google search, then it downloads the first 100 results, and it enters each word from each page into a dictionary, and enters the multiple times if used multiple times, to weight them. Then it creates a random string of those words the length of the avg page length. Basically to create a crazy article about some jargon filled industry thing. I thought about maybe refining it to use whole sentences instead of words, that would get around it not making sense. Although the whole thing is to crazy and pointless for me to actually do.

Here is a sample I manually did, going to the first 10 pages and picking a word at random manually, search string was hd-dvd blu ray compression techniques

this Intel HD DVDs HD DVD however Television Scientific VC-1 the current

And here is the same one with random sentences picked:

Sure people will buy PS3 for gaming. In April 2005, Apple Computer, a member of the DVD Forum, updated DVD Studio Pro to support authoring HD content. Above all else, it's their ability to shoot ordinary 8cm discs that can be immediately taken to almost any DVD player or computer for viewing or editing that makes them so endearing. The answer is pretty simple, money. HD-DVD has a single layer capacity of 15 GB and a dual-layer capacity of 30 GB. MPEG-2 is used in DVD-Video and the first generation of the rewritable version of the Blu-ray Disc format. I'm so tired of watching things in the wrong aspect ratio. They will also include MPEG-2 support for playback of HDTV recordings and DVDs. Like HD-DVD, Blue laser discs don't require a caddy and the players and recorders will be able to play current DVD discs. Toshiba and NEC are the only big consumer electronics names behind HD-DVD, but from the content side they have the support of Universal, Paramount and Warner Bros.

That paragraph almost makes sense I do kind of like it, it's about as coherent as any post on a forum. Which gives me an idea, what about using this program to search for whatever the topic starter writes and then reply with a paragraph generated like this. I'm going to do this right now with the first topic in Tech at TOTSE.

The winning topic is Topic: Computer Running Sloooooow.

Here is the paragraph:

O23 - Service: Ati HotKey Poller - ATI Technologies Inc. - C:\WINDOWS\system32\Ati2evxx.exe With our team in place we really needed someone to maintain a reasonable level of sanity in a male-based, tech-crazy work environment. If I have to spend hours just to submit a few auction`s I will just quit selling on eBay. Different background in workspaces? i was once told that the longer u keep ur computer on the more chache memory gets used, and eventually the computer crashes, not sure if its true or not I agree with all the information given by previous users, except that Zone Alarm is a total waste of money and time. The raging seas are equally impressive, but more so the rain spatter effect that strikes the camera - or the occasional spurt of blood from a fractured skull that splats across it instead. After that I tried to install some truetype fonts, but the same problem was happening. Have a look at the live CD and if it likes the video and sound, go for an install. XP Device manager items w/ yellow exclamation marks

Not quite as coherent. But I think I could improve the system a bit. For instance only using sites > x KB (text), really only the pages with large amounts of text gave me good stuff. Next I would do the same for the sentence, must be > x KB. If it was less I'm unsure if I would continue to include the next sentence or pick a new one. Now I think most smart people would realize that it was jibberish, but if you were dumb and didn't know about what you were asking about you might not really understand what was going on. From there I could make the program scan future posts for my username, then again do this using the first sentence from that post. I while some would ignore me, some people would deff argue with it endlessly. Let me also add that I have laughed out load here in the lounge a few time reading that paragraph, mainly the raging seas line.

I could probably make a pretty decent AIM bot with this too. The problem would be what to do the first search for, since I'd have to IM them to start it. I guess I could do their screenname, that would be interesting. Hmmm, screenname didn't work so well, but profile is good. Then I could give them a random sentence from a random site, and keep at it until they give me a line > x Bytes, so that I would have something to search for, and just rinse and repeat. Problem is I can't really test it, it would be hard to manually do the searches as it would be slow, plus I've never really been one for sending AIM bots to people I know.

Fri, Dec 16, 2005 at 6:06 AM

I originally thought of that program during the week as a crazy way to study words. What it really started as was a version of the million monkeys typing Shakespeare thing. I thought about using Word or one of the free Words to grammar check what it outputed and see what kind of sentences it came up with. Then I thought about how it would be pretty rare for it to come up with a word let alone multiple words that flow with each other to give meaning. That's when I came up with using Google to get words that all would have the same idea. The rest I came up with as I was typing it out.

The main problem I can see with it would be the length to download 100 webpages, even on broadband and if you were just downloading the html it would take a while. Then you would need it to strip the html tags. That really wouldn't be that hard. I just looked and you could just really easily just have it start ignoring at <>. I guess the main problem I see now is that I used a bit of intelligence when randomly picking the sentences. Like I said just using a >x bytes for both the page and the sentence. But I'd run into problems with abbreviation, I'll think about it more though now that you've expressed interest in investing in Wetzel Ind's Software R&D Department. I don't program on the laptop and don't have internet on my PC, so that's a bit of a problem.

April 09, 2007 19:50

I've been reading a lot of Usenet/Newsgroup, whatever that is called. Google runs it now or something, either way it's a lot of technical discussion of every subject. I was briefly thinking of using it as the forum for the forum program. I was also doing a lot of thinking about the forum program. It would deff be done if I could program on a computer with internet access. There's tons of Perl libraries for striping HTML of the tags. Plus there's stuff for downloading HTML pages. Those were my two main concerns. Once I have text in a certain format finding the sentences will be easy. The next hardest part will be posting to a forum, I may end up having to manually do that. I'm sure there are ways to do it automatically, but for some reason most forums have protection against bots posting to them.

Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 7:54 AM

So I was reading a Slashdot article about how a randomly generated paper got accepted to some peer reviewed conference.
And along the way some one mentioned how this should qualify as passing the turning test (an AI fooling a person into thinking it was also a person, and their was a reply that in order to pass the test there needs to be a 2 way conversation. This made me think about how my old forum posting program idea would have a pretty good chance of passing a turning test. I thought some more about the main problem of getting formatted text from webpages and came up with the fairly obvious solution of using a command line web browser.

I'm not really sure why this never occurred to me it's the perfect solution to my problem. So I downloaded lynx, the main text web browser, and played around with it. After an hour or so of enjoying find the source over and over but being unable to get a precompiled and configured for windows binary I finally got something that worked. I now had the ability to enter commands like "lynx -dump >goog.txt" and get output in a text file like this:
2. [33]Monkey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A monkey is any member of either the New World monkeys or Old
World monkeys, two of the three groupings of simian primates, the
third group being the apes. ... - 54k - [34]Cached - [35]Similar
3. [36]San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Monkey
Get fun and interesting monkey facts in an easy-to-read style from
the San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes. Buy tickets online and plan a
visit to the Zoo or Wild ... - 32k - [37]Cached -
[38]Similar pages

Note that lynx renders all the html so the urls to the links aren't there. Luckily google lists the url to each result (also I later learned that at the bottom of the file each of those bracketed numbers has the url of the link).

Now it's getting late, and I haven't actually done any work on the program, but I think there's a pretty decent chance it'll get made. Here's my outline:
A perl program accepts as input a line of text (to be copied by a human from some discussion), possibly taking in a whole paragraph from an input file. Perl creates a google search url for that line, and sends that command to lynx to dump the webresults to a file. Then it opens the web results and sends each of the pages to lynx for dumping to files. Once it has the files with the content of the web pages it opens each and takes anything that looks like a logical sentence and creates an array of them. Then it randomly selects about 10 sentences and outputs them to a final output file. A human has to copy and paste the reply into the forum.

The reason for the user interaction is 1. A lot of forums now have bot protection (CAPTCHA). 2. I don't want to flood any forum. 3. The required copy and pasting isn't very hard. 4. Any automated posting would require forum specific code, this base program will be flexible to any situation. Just input a question (or anything) and it's outputs a response. If I find a good forum that I like I can work on automating the replying in a separate script.

Nothing in the basic outline is unfeasible for me now, so I don't really see any problems with this happening (other than laziness).

Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 2:49 PM

Well the forum program is done, I must say the second halve went much easier than I thought it would. The bulk of the time on the whole thing has been spent making lynx work right (or figuring out the exact commands it needs to do what I want). I was surprised how well simply using a range for the lines/sentences worked at getting good results. I had a bunch of filters I planned on using but may not bother with now. Currently the biggest problem is getting too few google results (resulting from a whole sentence being too specific). For now I'm just manually cutting the questions short, but I could foresee a solution involving taking the 5 longest words.

So here are some results:
S3 (a developer platform) coupled with a consumer front
The Scribd API is the most powerful and customizable way to upload documents to Scribd, convert documents to iPaper, manage existing documents on your website, and find the content you need. While the latest syndication format, Atom, might not be RDF, it's good Web-friendly data that can be mapped to RDF (work is in progress on conventions for that). IVA's API allows you to tie our massive catalog of over 20,000 movie trailers, 14,000 music videos, and 2,000 game trailers into your website!. Convert between force units such as Dyne, gram-force, poundals, newtons, pounds, kgm-force, etc. In conversation with members of the Social CRM team (shown at right), it was obvious this group loves what they're doing. ParallelFX runs on .Net FX 3.5 and relies on features available in C# 3.0 and Visual Basic 9.0. Beehive is being used to build Web applciations and for access to databases, Java messaging and EJBs, he said. This access to information, coupled with the lack of offices, created a flat structure where any idea could win the day. Charles' technology interests range broadly across Web Technology to allow for more interesting development to be brought to more people. The SGI InfiniteStorage 4000 continues the tradition of industry-leading storage technology from SGI's InfiniteStorage product line. I expect we'll see refinements and enhancements based on market feedback.

Yahoo Answers:
Do retail stores close (go out of business) typically in January or February?
A link is provided about each store mentioned to verify the information. Com at the moment Costco faces a problem that about 2324%. I don't think it's new, nor do I think its "American envy" (well, that's not new, either). Don't solicit customers and push them, integrate the offering of the service into your advertising and marketing and pull them. Many visitors will already know me as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Encore Studios CompUSA (CLOSED) clarifies details on store closings Any extended warranties purchased for products through CompUSA will be honored by a third-party provider, Assurant Solutions. I've seen this report several times and I think it may be overestimating or even over-hyping the ramifications. Some consumers just enjoy going sending out a beautiful holiday card and are willing to spend the money. I flatly refused, and ended the meeting," he says. "One is not only to regard the devices, but also", said net curtain managers Ron Johnson try out two days before the opening. "This fell right into Roundy's hands.

If I get a new iPod, will I be able to sync it to my already existing iTunes?
Answer: add to | digg digg this! | technorati add to technorati | email email this post. Their fans skew younger, and are more comfortable on line; Many of them are quite international, and domestic US sales matter less. "The Federal Reserve reported its monthly G.19 Consumer Credit statistics today for the month of May 2007. As usual no one went on record stating that WM put them out of business. Missus Big Picture has long ago made her preferences known for Lowes over the Depot. January is typically the time of year when people resolve to exercise more, eat more healthily or make more time for themselves. Where can you go from there? Where?. Its too bad I only had the Razr with me, and not the digital camera. I just find it funny when people are so pro union but so against buying products that are expensive becasue they are made in progressive first world countries rather than third world hell holes. The company, which is based in Hingham, Ma., said today that those businesses haven't been doing well, and sales haven't been great at its stores for women either. If Q2 slows even more, that gets spent from then thru Q4, and so on.

Whats the most pain youve ever been in?
Despite being heavily medicated it still sucked so hard to make a wrong move when getting out of the bed, or coughing, or reaching for stuff and picking it up etc. Paul somehow walked away with NO INJURIES whatsoever...I think he might have gotten a few scratches. Weirdest part: I have NEVER, before of since, putted as well as I did the rest of that round. I flew back from Europe several years ago; actually, this involved four connecting flights (first to Rome, then to Amsterdam, then across the pond, etc.), which took a little over 24 hours. But instead of getting the needle in between the bones, where it is supposed to go, the doctor kept missing and jammed the needle time after time into my verterbrae (correct word?). Sounds like I'm not the only one who has experienced some pain on the course. Earlier this year I was in the hospital with severe food poisoning. An adult in a structure so unsteady as to vibrate because a kid hit a wall would probably scream as he dove out the window. The water in question came from a large glass jug with a peck pan on the bottom for the chickens to drink from and a fill fitting on the top to re-fill it with. * If you felt tyred and deflated would you bother to repair the puncture on your child,s bicycle?. But at least it wasn't a kidney stone.

Physics Forum:
I know that hertz defines the frequency
The degree to which an oscillating signal produces the same frequency for a specified interval of time. Dictionary Resources Teacher's Corner Feedback. The change of potential energy experienced by an electron moving from a place where the potential has a value of V to a place where it has a value of (V+1 volt). Alan Smale (Director), within the Astrophysics Science Division (ASD) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Hertz effect. The hertz (symbol: Hz) is a measure of frequency per unit of time, or the number of cycles per second. Light is electromagnetic radiation that is even higher in frequency, and has frequencies in the range of tens (infrared) to thousands (ultraviolet) of terahertz. Phillips View in context. Because the energy is measured per time and area, flux measurements make it easy for astronomers to compare the relative energy output of objects with very different sizes or ages. In practice, the hertz simply replaced the older cycle per second. galaxy.

Search strings from orginal email:
hd-dvd blu ray compression techniques
Reload this Page LG Black Blu-ray/HD-DVD Reader & Dual Layer DVD+/-RW Writer SATA OEM Drive $126. A: 600,000 players in the US -- 300,000 of which were Xbox 360 HD DVD drives. it's all there for anyone to research for free, but that doesn't mean he's going to do what's best for you. Obviously, the launch of the PlayStation 3, which has a Blu-ray Disc drive would have pushed sales. I think its funny that someone a few posts ago said that the human eye can't tell the difference in the data/bit rate. I urge everyone again... I'm sorry to say this but I have 20/15 vision (meaning that my eyes see better than normal) and I can't tell the diference between a good connection on my cable and a HD movie. I see where your going with this.. As far as any of the next generation DVD formats, time will tell how long their writable media will keep. You can easily extract a certain beautiful section of music or dialog from your DVD video file and save them as MP3 files. Back on topic, and in reply to Rusty, no the war is clearly just getting started.

Computer Running Sloooooow.
I also set an Include filter for paths matching C:\Windows\System32\Dllhost.exe, minimized it, and let my wife have the system back. For example, the mouse moved and when I clicked on the start button the start menu opened after about 30 seconds. I have recently been getting these very very slow startups with almost no hard drive activity, after I log in the hard drive just has no activity for up to a minute, then everything comes up quick like usual. It is really a matter of personal preference, but I use Norton. things that have a non-minimized window, 3. Apprentice's Sorcerer. Perhaps someone more familiar with 'nix internals can fill me in on this. It is still a priviledge to have all this iNFO at our fingertips EVEN IF IT TAKES TIME TO GET IT!. Perhaps you meant the O9 - Extra button: (no name) - {CD67F990-D8E9-11d2-98FE-00C0F0318AFE} - (no file) entry instead?. O4 - Global Startup: Adobe Reader Speed Launch.lnk = C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 7.0\Reader\reader_sl.exe. Location: Scarborough, Ontario.

Dan A's random question:
what is the population of chicago
The Chicago Fire association football (soccer) club are members of the MLS. Chicago is the world headquarters for United Airlines, the world's second-largest airline by revenue-passenger-kilometers while it's the second largest hub for American Airlines. If legal scholars are right that the fight over Rod Blagojevich's appointment of Roland Burris to replace President-elect Barack Obama in the Senate will be long, possibly ending up before the U.S. * Flag of Israel Petah Tikva (Israel) 1994. The Chicago Slaughter of the CIFL began in 2006 and play at the Sears Centre. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 91.1 males. It was during this wave that Chicago became a center for jazz, with King Oliver leading the way.^[13] In 1933, Mayor Anton Cermak was assassinated while in Miami with President Franklin D. Chicago also has a massive Irish American population, with many residing on its South Side. From top left: Chicago Theater, the Sears Tower, the University of Chicago, the skyline from Northerly Island, Navy Pier, the Field Museum, and Crown Fountain in Millenium Park. Total 2,896,016 2,783,726 3,005,072 227.2 12,747 12,252 13,227. showed off the aircraft manufacturer's new corporate home.

Ok, well those samples are pretty good, I'm going to add a few more filter though.

Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 4:52 PM

ok, a bit of tinkering, I think it's pretty good. You can get it on my site, you'll need lynx if you want to actually run it, but you can always just marvel at the code. It's called oracle

Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 2:15 AM

So I decided to use my oracle program on TOTSE, but I was shocked to discover it had closed down. So I went to the forums ran by one of the main moderators and created an account (creatively named 'monkeys') there. I've made 7 replys in threads on a variety of subjects. So far I got one response.

Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 7:44 AM

So I wanted to find a new forum for my program. Keys were a lot of users and activity, general subject, not geared towards smart people, and nothing I actually use. For now the IGN boards seem to be working well.

monkeys83 <- Edited to remove some nonesense from the middle.

Sat, Sept 12, 2009

I've updated the program to work again with a redesigned Google layout.