6/24/10 Gil's LotD How Wikipedia article data was visualized to show activity.

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5/27/10 Gil's LotD How to get access to the data from the Hubble Space Telescope.

5/21/07 Gil's LotD

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After today I'm going back to 2 links per email for the summer. Bacon bookmarks. Progress Quest: sit back and let the RPG play itself. A very good short story about a VAX machine in a data center full of unfamiliar operators.

5/18/07 Gil's LotD

5/18/07 Gil's LotD Read and edit Wikipedia as a filesystem! For Linux, of course. Different teams work on designing and creating the same film in separate steps. Subways all drawn to the same scale, very cool.

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5/8/07 Gil's LotD SAGE, open source math software. Does it go in the email field? Music video for a remix of Gay Boyfriend by The Hazzards. The original video is in the sidebar. A cover of the HD-DVD key.

5/4/07 Gil's LotD

5/4/07 Gil's LotD Software that when given a map of paths will find a route for you! More map stuffs: Census data about density, race, and other population characteristics.

3/26/07 Gil's LotD: kill -9, Language Incredible nerdcore rap. Be sure to view this video. An article by linguists rating the languages of the world.

3/7/07 Gil's LotD An external drive that looks like an internal drive? ITS A TRAP Get some Marmite made with Guinness yeast for St. Patty's Day!


1/29/07 Gil's LotD An interview looking at MIT's network infrastructure.


1/22/07 Gil's LotD Instructions on building a homebrew device that controls an inkjet cartridge so it can be carried around and print messages anywhere. The old-school Zelda cartoons on YouTube!

12/29/06 Gil's LotD The parallel postulate says that if two angles are parallel to each other (or if they interset a 3rd line at the same angle) they will never interset and is part of the proof behind a lot of geometery. A 1000+ man game of Capture the Flag in Toronto.


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