The problem with Twitter is that you never know whether someone is a spammer with malicious links or if they're a genuine person. While you can read their profile and work it out, this is generally too time consuming especially when my you get on average 3 spammers following you an hour! My Interstellar Workshop twitter account got 6 spamtarts following it within the first few hours!
I propose an Up/Down vote reputation system for Twitter profiles, this could also be used on other non-twitter platforms too. The users would be able to up/down vote a profile, such as up voting Evil Wil Wheaton and down voting spamtarts. Then you could flag the spam tarts, if they have 1) added lots of people recently and 2) have a low reputation, you could suspend them and require they do some verification steps, which the bots wont do!
It's been a while since I last posted, I have now moved out into my own apartment which is awesome and have been really busy with one thing and another.
I have finally got an ant colony going and you can follow the progress of that here: Lasius Niger Journal
I have also been working on a few things such as a simulation for an ant colony (very hard trying to code ants to find water/food/build nests etc!) as well as some Google Plus stuff, but I am going to wait for the API to be honest!
I'm currently writing more software, and every time I have to do something which makes me sit back and think "hmm..now how is best to do this", I remember I've already been here before, and thanks to my magpie like abilities tendencies, I've got all the code ready for consumption.
So, dear past me, thank you for all the code you've written, you're helping make my tomorrow just that little bit easy. Thank you for your session handler class and for your listview sorting methods and for all the time you spent on SQL.
I feel there is quite a lack of photos on the net for cobweb mould, so I'm just going to SEO tag these images so that they appear in google images, and hopefully give people an idea of what to expect. They are from when I grew some cress seeds under an array of red, blue, UV and IR leds, without a fan to circulate the air, the moisture and warmth meant this mould sprung up within a few days. Usually, this is limited to people growing magic mushrooms, I'm sure lol, so maybe it was the simulated blue moonlight that did it..
For the first time in a long time, I've decided to pull an all nighter coding. Before I got a "real job", it was no biggie, but now it's not that easy to do, what with that real job and everything. But after I decided to re-write my node server for my upcoming latency project in C99, from C#, I needed a stretch of time where I wouldn't be disturbed. And so here I am.
How often do you want to download a streamable file that someone has linked to you, without your browser downloading it? How often do you have to create a html file with an anchor in it? What if you don't have wget on your fancy windows home pc?