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Let's call it zombie mode!
I second what my dear rattling math nerd friend wrote! Now days life is a fucking time consuming puzzle! Family life and work, work, work. I actually code for a living these days people, and there is nothing underground about that shit. Although, there will always be a few muddy projects lurking in the depths of the ring! Cheers ya'll code monkeys and lovers -- iqlord
(Not) dead by on 04/22/12 08:15
For those who wonder: The reason why this site is more or less dead is that I do math for a living now, and I barely find the time for funny stuff or code hacking any more. A shame really, but I am enjoying myself. Don't worry, the site will always remain online, unless weird laws force me otherwise. And don't forget to check in around christmas, because christmas time will always be code hacking time.
XKCD hates Fight Club by on 07/14/11 12:21
It completely broke my heart. How could I choose between XKCD and Fight Club? But seriously, he got it all wrong. Fight Club is about shooting yourself in the mouth. While on the topic: I am not dead yet - just barely alive. My thesis is slowly easing a cold, jagged blade through my ribcage and towards my heart.
IRC trouble .. again by on 02/24/11 03:42
Yadda yadda, some shit with IRC, I barely care any more. Apparently, we are now at psaux.org. DNS should update in a few.
I was looking for an easy, lightweight C implementation of SHA-256, as a key derivation routine for elliptic curve cryptography. But apparently, the word "lightweight" is subject to horrible misuse. Hence, I just looked at the pseudocode at wikipedia, implemented it and ... it didn't work. Why? After 7 hours of bigendian nightmare, I compared my code to another implementation just to realize that the wikipedia pseudocode was wrong. Wikipedia should die. And yes, I corrected the wiki entry ... long live wikipedia!
I had a lot of fun reading the RTLO article in the GNY zIne and found myself very incompetent when it came to inputting that RTLO char anywhere. Hence, I wrote a little program that would set my clipboard to just the RTLO char, allowing me to paste it into browser forms and other stuff conveniently. I did this because the other tool that was linked isn't open source. Granted, my app has no GUI, but at least you can see its insides.