September 2007 Recap is here ^^ a little bit late :P but then again, this should be good for those of you who may have missed one or two posts here at zlythern ;)
Beethoven's Hair, Sept 19
On March 26th, 1827 Ludwig Van Beethoven died in Vienna. The day after, a twelve year old boy cut a lock of his hair as a souvenir. 167 years later the hair was sold at an auction in London. From hand to hand, from country to country, and from century to century. This is the story of that journey.
The War of the Worlds, Sept 24
The War of the Worlds (1898), by H.G. Wells, is an early science fiction novella which describes an invasion of England by aliens from Mars. It is one of the earliest and best-known depictions of an alien invasion of Earth, and has influenced many others, as well as spawning several films and a television series based on the story.
Cut and Glue a Toypaper Yourself, Sept 21
It all started when John McGhee create a monster on one rainy Sunday in 2006. And the name is Humbles. Humbles was a lonely Love Monster, he is a very sociable and happy character, and likes being on desks, coffee tables or inside refrigerators - anywhere where he can say hello.
DIY projects have never been this fun ! They provide the idea behind, list all the materials, guide you on how to DIY, and all of this was presented in a comic strip, thanks to professional DC Comics artist Nick Dragotta ;)
More eBooks From Professor Solomon, Sept 17
Have you finished reading The Book of King Solomon i introduced to you ?
If you do, then Professor Solomon have another 2 ! Yes ! TWO ! For you ;)
Solomon addressed the two women. "This is a difficult case," he said. "We have no witnesses—no evidence as to which of you is the mother—no way to ascertain which of you is telling the truth and which is not. So we must seek a compromise, rather than justice. A settlement. Do you follow me?"
They nodded uncertainly.
"Captain," said Solomon, "divide this living child in two, and give half to one woman and half to the other."
Grow a World from Network Traffic, Sept 26
Packet Garden captures information about how you use the internet and uses this stored information to grow a private world you can later explore.
emailStripper is a free program for cleaning the "Strip Annoying >>>>" and other formatting characters out of your emails. It will restore "forwarded" or "replied" emails back to their original state so they're easier to read.
HTML Playground, Sept 5
HTML Playground is a nice way to present a reference ! It is an (X)HTML and CSS reference by example ;) A perfect companion for learning the YAML (X)HTML/CSS Framework ;)
Smiley Turns 25, Happy Birthday !, Sept 18
"I propose the following character sequence for joke markers: :-)," wrote Fahlman. "Read it sideways."
Who would've thought that it began with some "joke marker" ? ;)
Programmer Day is the 256th day of every year, September 13th or the 12th on leap years.
If we’re celebrating the 256th day, why does the logo have 1111 1111 (255) instead of 1 0000 0000 ? What are programmers if not detail oriented?
WEB 2.0 Design Quiz, Sept 11
Take a minute to complete our new special Web 2.0 quiz and figure out how smart you are on this issue. We have composed this quiz with the help of the world’s best Web 2.0 experts - although they most likely have no idea they were involved. Even so the results are believable. After you take this test you will receive a special code with the results on an icon that you can place on your website so that every visitor can see how aware of the Web 2.0 issues you are.
That is all folks, September 2007 recap ^^
Hope you do all enjoy the posts ;) Have a bright Monday ^^