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Take a picture of yourself right now.don’t change your clothes, don’t fix your hair…just take a picture.post that picture with NO editing.post these instructions with your picture.’ Trying to operatate an iPhone backwards makes me frown.
Take a picture of yourself right now.don’t change your clothes, don’t fix your hair…just take a picture.post that picture with NO editing.post these instructions with your picture.
This is the shelter we stayed in. The high pitched roof helps keep the heat in, and the rain out. And the snow, although that mostly melted.This was the point of the whole trip. A garbage can cooked turkey to share with friends and family. The can acts as an oven, with the charcoal providing […]
“my office looks like a bookstore exploded in it, and then an electronics store was dropped on it to smother the flames.” – J.Scalzihttp://scalzi.com/whatever/?p=152The books are all triple stacked, and there are several more shelves surrounding the room….
So I bought it. And there was at least one more face out copy, besides the one you see here. And this is where I bought it: Penn Books on the LIRR Level of Penn Station. Small store, but many shelves of SF, particularly if you know to look under the display table across from […]
Using the Standard C++ Library in a Functional style. The standard C++ library offers a number of algorithms that have nearly exact analogues in functional languages, and are used in almost the same way. In particular std::accumulate and std::transform are powerful, and very general, algorithms. In functional programming literature, accumulate is usually referred to as […]