Posted 13 years ago
Steve Hanov makes a living working on Rhymebrain.com, PriceMonkey.ca, www.websequencediagrams.com, and Zwibbler.com. He lives in Waterloo, Canada.
13 years ago
With the relevant bit.ly link too !
Exploring sound with WaveletsHere's a program to create scalograms of sound files.
C++: A language for next generation web appsOn Monday, I was pleased to be an uninvited speaker at Waterloo Devhouse, hosted in Postrank's magnificent office. After making some surreptitious alterations to their agile development wall, I gave a tongue-in-cheek talk on how C++ can fit in to a web application.
The PenIsland Problem: Text-to-speech for domain namesRecently, I was contracted to run a list of domain names through the custom-built pronunciation engine that powers my rhyming web site. On the first attempt, I found that the results were embarrassingly bad. A quick inspection revealed the problem: most domain names are severalwordsstucktogether.
Why you should go to the Business of Software Conference Next YearMost people, having already paid $2000.00 of their hard earned money, and then having flown, driven, or otherwise travelled to Boston to attend a conference, and then having paid an additional $250/night plus $33/night parking and "tourism taxes" to the Seaport Hotel -- most people, after all this, are unlikely to say that it was a waste of time and they should have stayed home watching the remaining salvaged episodes of Doctor Who on Netflix.
In fact, I found it quite useful.