This is one in a series of blog posts about Sabacc: There are several variants to the card game of Sabacc. For some reason (well, I assume to fit them into the box of cards), the rules are printed in fine print on little fan-fold sheets. Reading them causes a bit of eye strain. Additionally, … Continue reading Sabacc Rule Cheat Sheets
Moleskine code sheet
Of course, I wrote an iPhone app to keep code sheet references handy, but sometimes I want paper code sheets.
Sudoku Scraper: newspaper sudoku in your Hipster PDA
The other day, I published my Sudoku Scraper code, both on a project page here at Netninja and over at GitHub. For a while, I have had a little PHP script that scraped the USA Today and New York Times websites for the daily sudoku puzzle. And for a while, this script was the homepage on my iPhone. … Continue reading Sudoku Scraper: newspaper sudoku in your Hipster PDA
You may or may not have seen my tweet/twitpic about learning to whack a couple of days ago. It was from a flier that Human Resources (presumably) left sitting on the color printer. This morning, while waiting for our stand-up meeting, someone thought to track down the source. A quick Google search later, we had … Continue reading WHACK it!
In which I briefly emerge as an extreme LOST nerd
It is no secret that I am a fan of Lost. In fact, I have a whole blog category devoted to the show. Most of my Lost fan-ness is passively listening to podcasts, including The Lost Podcast with Jay and Jack, The Transmission, and I was recently (re-)introduced to Delta Park Gets Lost. I don’t … Continue reading In which I briefly emerge as an extreme LOST nerd