My lens doesn’t quite capture the majesty of these green fangs.
These are apparently called Phidippus Audax.
It looks like a Phiddip.
This is the Lua code to properly curry (according to the definition I learned, which is supported by Wikipedia) a function in Lua. Mine is a fairly efficient implementation that allows functions to be curried, regardless of how many arguments they would individually take.
My rant on incorrect implementations — several of them very common — follows this listing.
This jumping spider was finishing up its meal when I saw it.
It could fit comfortably on a dime.
The Panasonic Lumix’s CCD just can’t match Canon’s. Of course, the prices reflect that in reverse.
More sweet shots of greenbottle flies and bumblebees after the break.
I’ve also corrected an omission of the 3 files that make the output webpages work properly. Sorry!
As before, if you use FontClustr to improve font selection in your own program, I would appreciate some credit.
I had wanted to do this paper shredder hack for a while.
So, when my paper shredder started acting up, I angrily tore it apart… then I discovered that it was my own fault it wasn’t working (it has a safety switch that engages when you properly place it on its waste basket)… then I went ahead with making it manual.