Merlyn Morgan-Grahamless info
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- C# • Graphics • Games
- Web Development • Automation (of everything)
- Stay DRY when injecting loggers
- Weighted PRNG, with dice tables
- Scoping your indie game
- C++ headers, what to include
- How to rock a batch file
256th Generalist badge. It really should be gold :)
I love AI, psychology, spirituality, philosophy, mathematics, food, art, brain teasers, board games, and telling people they're doing it wrong.
I love music - Bjork, Patrick Wolf, Radiohead, The Knife, The Decemberists, Squarepusher, Dalek, The Smashing Pumpkins, Lemon Demon, MF Doom, Blonde Redhead, David Bowie, Stone Temple Pilots, Battles - I love music. Grooveshark is my friend :)
I am a Strange Loop.
Wound like there's no tomorrow.
I forget there is.
I have written a whole bunch of automation for all sorts of programming tasks (CI, deployment infrastructure, code generation, test case generation, test lab/deployment automation infrastructure, and a whole boat load of automated E2E, integration, and unit tests).
I've done a bunch of web programming lately, though I also like API design, and I like programming desktop applications and Windows daemons even better. As boring as desktop apps and services may sound, they're easy to write, and have a nice robust feel to them, much like crunchy peanut butter.
I dig Open Source Software.
|bio||website||thehappypath.net||visits||member for||1 year, 5 months|
|location||Seattle, WA||seen||Jun 14 '12 at 17:23|
Why does George Mcfly employ Biff to wax his car after he had previously tried to rape his wife?
@poepje: The main article is accurate. It's community contributed content, so not all of it is going to be accurate. Feel free to go fix those examples :)
Shutter Island - missing glass scene
"water prints" are usually called "a ring". As in, "the glass left a ring" or "there are rings on the furniture because people refuse to use a coaster". They're also sometimes called "water rings" or "water stains", especially if they become permanent.
Is the movie in Skinner's Sense of Snow based off a real film?
@JoelSpolsky: That's just the title of the episode. According to Wikipedia, there's no other references to Smilla's besides the title. He's talking about a short film as one of the scenes in the episode.