Some things just don't seem to fit anywhere else. So I stick them here.
If you need to lay out a circle with blocks in minecraft, this will give you the pattern if you give it the number of blocks across.
If you don't know what RFCs, STDs, FYIs, BCPs, and IENs are then you can't call yourself a real geek. This will not only tell you what they are, but provide a script to fetch them on demand.
I designed these variations for the boost icons and put them up here so that the readers of the list could see them and discuss them.
This is a link to the github repository which includes a job manager and an adaptive thread class I've been playing with, as well as an http server I whipped together to test it with. N.B. Don't use this http server in the real world. It's a toy with many security issues. YMMV. Note also, the http server hard codes document root under my home directory, so it won't work unless you change that anyway;)
This is the source code for a port from assembler of the original 1982 Dungeons of Daggorath game from the Tandy Color Computer. It was originally ported by others but has been rewritten and turned into C++ Objects by me. Click the link to download the tarball.