Monthly Archives: December 2011

pyjaco and jQuery

After giving up on CoffeeScript, I decided to play around with Pyjaco the Python to Javascript Compiler. While the code is readable, there is very little in the way of end-user documentation. I hope to address this with this blog post. The Pyjaco examples all embed generated javascript in an html page. I needed a… Read More »

Internet Privacy for Dummies

I know my recent blog entries have tended towards rants on Internet privacy. It blows my mind that more people aren’t worried about it. I’m not one to repost links on my blog, my readers know I prefer to have new content as much as possible. But this link is a wonderful summary of why… Read More »

“You should be on Facebook”

As I’m preparing to leave Switzerland, a lot of my friends have tried to pressure me to join Facebook so they can keep in touch. This isn’t going to happen due to privacy concerns I’ve mentioned many times before. I’d additionally like to counter a couple arguments people keep making in Facebook’s favour. The most… Read More »