Written with Marissa Rainey Transparent touch-screens, micro-computers, and even machines masquerading as sunglasses abound throughout the realm of science fiction. Whether the tablet-like PADD of the Star Trek universe or the computerised glasses of Total Recall, science fiction has come alive thanks to the creation of increasingly personalised devices. And yet… it is surprising just […]
In 1996, Microsoft Corporation earned a net profit of $2.1 billion dollars (Microsoft Corporation). It had in the past decade become a household name, attaining dominance throughout the entirety of the still infant personal computer market. Its successes were many and transcended locales; prosperity manifested itself everywhere from Europe to Japan, Brazil to Canada, penetrating […]
The following is code I wrote a very long time ago for a vBulletin 3.8 forum. It most likely won’t work for vBulletin 4 forums, but should be easy enough to adapt. In vBulletin 3.8, it should hook into ‘misc_start’: The Program
Well, let’s start this off. From now on, when I write a chunk of code for a class or something similar, I will post my methodologies here. The first one is almost excruciatingly simple, and for many people will appear quite obvious from the get-go. …Let’s get started, shall we? A recent statistics class had […]
This is the final release of my vBulletin viewer, a lightweight PHP script that can be used to read vBulletin databases and display read-only forum contents in a trimmed-down manner.