Monthly Archives: March 2014

Lent

Pong, for Leap! Stay tuned, I’ll post it on my site at some point, along with 2048 for Leap. In other news, I’m going to give up blogging for the remainder of Lent. So far this year I’ve averaged 1 … Continue reading

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LEAP!

A friend lent me his Leap Motion device! So much happiness. So little time. This post is dedicated to my poor boss – I promise that, no matter how little I may work now, I will pay back your tolerance … Continue reading

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Awaken the Lyst!

Correction from last week: The peak time is not around midnight. It’s actually closer to 6 in the evening: Google Charts, to the rescue. That chart displays the logins (remote and local) from the past week, pulling from about 700,000 … Continue reading

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Spring Break!

This week I started work on a system to record the usage of the assorted labs at UT’s CS department. It’s a similar system as what they have at http://utcslabs.org/ (UPDATE 2017: Broken link), except that mine actually works and will … Continue reading

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Past the Speed of Light

Without going into too much detail, I’m working on a game. One of the integral parts of said game is that you rule a galactic empire, having to deal with speed-of-light delays between your colonies. For debugging purposes, I created … Continue reading

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