Monthly Archives: July 2011

Origins

So now that I’ve (theoretically) stopped working, life has become… different. First thing I did was, of course, call AT&T to beg and plead them into unblocking port 25 so that I could setup a mail server. No luck, of … Continue reading

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Aye! More, More, More! And the End.

Short Note: Okay, so looking at the Charts API, I noticed that the all_values_suffix wasn’t mentioned. Oh no! It’s not very much. It’s just a meta value for the timeline chart that when set to a string will append that … Continue reading

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Cacti & Nagios

So I think that the Charting API is fairly well documented (completely documented, if nothing else) – Time will tell, of course. For instance, just today I was implementing the vaxis_title on timelines. Never though that would be needed, but … Continue reading

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Charts API, CIA, Poker, etc.

There are times when I am confounded with the great questions of life: Why does the whiteboard eraser at work erase cleanly while the eraser at home doesn’t erase at all? Peaks This chart shows the amount of money won … Continue reading

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Charting API… Again!

<< It is an ancient device used many years ago by tribe members in their mating rituals. Scientists believe that these were placed within another device to produce sounds, although there is no known evidence of these devices existing. So, … Continue reading

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Homecoming

*Snif*… No technical preface! Ah well… The Charts API was too long to tack this on the end of. ūüôā I was looking through some pictures I had taken, so I decided that I’ll make up the technical bit with … Continue reading

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Charts API Dos

Si, en Espa√Īol. Sin embargo, me¬†ha olvidado¬†quiz√°s el aspecto m√°s¬†importante de la¬†API¬†de mesa: la clasificaci√≥n. As mentioned in my last post, sorting is really the only thing that the table wrapper API actually does for you, except for the whole … Continue reading

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Charts API

So, life has it that I’m writing a wrapper for Google Charts. Life also has it that I get this blog. My life rocks – What more can I say? Actually, I will say that the API as it stands … Continue reading

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