It's only about grain and sepia, but if people try this kind of things, they start getting ideas.
In the python listing at the end of the article, I applied py2html so it would get syntax highlighting.
In mozilla it looks ok, in Konqueror it flows over the box.
I wonder if that's how it's supposed to work and it only looks well in Mozilla by accident.
A four-part article about Murphy's law, but it's not about silly thrice-derived witticisms, it's about the guys who where around when it was invented, Edwards Air Force Base.
Even Chuck Yeager is in it.
If you like this, though, get The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe, it's better and much longer ( but it has no reference to the law, IIRC ;-).
They are regular PAL TV cameras, 704x576, and that is a regular CD.
I am developing a security camera solution based on Linux and motion, and well, the gadgets are just too nifty :-)
One of those is infrared and can shoot in the dark. It even has LEDs to illuminate (in infrared, so you can't see).
Paranoids must hate technology nowadays!
Ok, everyone writes what pleases him, but... coding a Motif desktop in the 21st century?
And not for an obscene amount of money?
At least noone can say Jeffrey E. Bedard is a follower. He is doing his own thing!