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Interarchy: A Love Letter

I’ve always thought of Interarchy as the hacker’s FTP client. It has serious street cred, it’s written in Haskell and it started out life as the “Anarchie” FTP client.  However, after becoming a core-contributor to Namecoin, I find myself stopping short of endorsing it as the hacker’s FTP client of choice: Interarchy is not open source.

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Escaping Callback Hell

JavaScript’s nested callback style is often derided for being unmaintainable due to callback hell. I’ve been to callback hell and back only to find callback hell is just a local nick-name for a well-known circle of programmer hell, one that has little to do with JavaScript’s callbacks.

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Ubiquity Advert

I don’t really need to make it perfect for my closed tests.  If I were doing this for a real ad I would have a single, flowing sequence like search on Craigslist, check prices on Ebay, email it to a friend, and  insert a map.  I am working out some compression issues so I can put the iMovie project online to make remixing easier if you are interested.  Suggestions are welcomed in the interim : )