Month: June 2010

Fitbit – Perl API Hosted at GitHub

Reading Time: 1 minute Last month I announced a new “hacking” project – creating a Perl API for my FitBit device.  Traditionally, whenever I host one of my projects I usually include both the project page and source code all from my site.  I’ve had a number of requests from various people to help with contributing changes on this…
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Weekly Lifestream for June 27th

Reading Time: 6 minutes Shared Radius Around a Point on a Map. Shared Find ZIP Codes Inside a Radius. Posted Weekly Lifestream for June 20th. Had fun hacking together a color-coded zip code proximity map based on distance/radius via Google Maps http://twitpic.com/1ymob6 [ericblue] RT @wikiworks: "DocWiki" – an upcoming software documentation system based on Semantic MediaWiki: http://is.gd/cYj3G [ericblue] RT…
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Weekly Lifestream for June 20th

Reading Time: 6 minutes Tinkering with too many languages: Java, Perl, PHP and now Ruby… can’t keep up [ericblue] Wouldn’t it be so much more fun if everybody thought the world was coming to a beginning? #philosophy [ericblue] That’s my first question for sell…. the price is the square root of -1 [ericblue] Posted Weekly Lifestream for June 13th.…
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Weekly Lifestream for June 13th

Reading Time: 4 minutes Posted Weekly Lifestream for June 6th. Shared Your Brain on Computers – Attached to Technology and Paying a Price – NYTimes.com. Your Brain on Computers – Attached to Technology and Paying a Price http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/07/technology/07brain.html [ericblue] Speaking of which, I love Twitter but have realized the need to start reducing my ‘social media’ time [ericblue] Extraordinarily…
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Weekly Lifestream for June 6th

Reading Time: 3 minutes Posted Weekly Lifestream for May 30th. Had a great time in San Diego this weekend. Stayed at the Hotel del Coronado http://hoteldel.com/ [ericblue] Shared Top 10 Javascript slideshows, carousels and sliders. Planning on dumping Flash for my Memex travel journal… looking for JS-based slideshow and video players http://eric-blue.com/?p=425 [ericblue] Done with technology for the day…
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