The Right Glue
September Need a name (3 comments)
The Right Glue (2 comments)
October Moving forward (1 comment)
My first production issue (5 comments)
Web design theory (7 comments)
The language trap (2 comments)
Legendary pink unicorn (2 comments)
November Have your lie and eat it too (no comments)
Blogger's block (1 comment)
December My house (5 comments)
Configurability (1 comment)
Passing of the year (2 comments)
January Web comics (6 comments)
February Gaming's decline (10 comments)
Popularity (1 comment)
Applied computer science is hilarious (3 comments)
March Cursing Australia from the bottom of my heart (2 comments)
Don't call me, Ahab (4 comments)
April Feelin' emo (4 comments)
Kane's Wrath (1 comment)
Gehn (3 comments)
Metaphors (2 comments)
May The engineering knack (4 comments)
On the rain-slick precipice of darkness (and medics) (6 comments)
June The Web (2 comments)
July Internet anonymity and you (1 comment)
August How to foster stupidity (4 comments)
September More things I don't like (1 comment)
October Because I have a blog (2 comments)
November November (no comments)
December My creepy Internet stalker (5 comments)
January Is it me or is it you? (14 comments)
Asterisks (4 comments)
February The foreign-language test (2 comments)
The futility of process (3 comments)
March Whitespace is not a problem (11 comments)
Language diversity (1 comment)
April My impression of Dean (5 comments)
Everyone is unique (5 comments)
May Compilerless development (4 comments)
The things I do in my free time (3 comments)
June Jeff is a fountain of silliness (4 comments)
You humans confound me so (2 comments)
July Algorithmic doppelganging (2 comments)
How wrong you are (4 comments)
August Coding mistrust (1 comment)
Moving to Toronto (no comments)
September Contradictions (3 comments)
Spam and captchas (2 comments)
October Design patterns (2 comments)
Algorithmic depths (6 comments)
November Resistance to usability (1 comment)
How I learned to do things backward (1 comment)
December Insane bugs (no comments)
Minecraft (3 comments)
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