6/15/2009

06-15-09 - Blog Roll

It's time now for me to give a shout out to all the b-boys in the werld.

mischief.mayhem.soap.
Adventures of a hungry girl
Atom
Aurora
Beautiful Pixels
Birth of a Game
bouliiii's blog
Braid
C0DE517E
Capitol Hill Triangle
cbloom rants
Cessu's blog
Culinary Fool
David Lebovitz
Diary of a Graphics Programmer
Diary Of An x264 Developer
Eat All About It
EntBlog
fixored?
Game Rendering
GameArchitect
garfield minus garfield
Graphic Rants
Graphics Runner
Graphics Size Coding
Gustavo Duarte
His Notes
Humus
I Get Your Fail
Ignacio Casta�o
Industrial Arithmetic
John Ratcliff's Code Suppository
Lair Of The Multimedia Guru
Larry Osterman's WebLog
level of detail
Lightning Engine
limegarden.net
Lost in the Triangles
Mark's Blog
Married To The Sea
meshula.net
More Seattle Stuff
My Green Paste, Inc.
Nerdblog.com
not a beautiful or unique snowflake
NVIDIA Developer News
Nynaeve
onepartcode.com
Pete Shirley's Graphics Blog
Pixels, Too Many..
Real-Time Rendering
realtimecollisiondetection.net - the blog
RenderWonk
Ryan Ellis
Seattle Daily Photo
snarfed.org
Some Assembly Required
stinkin' thinkin'
Stumbling Toward 'Awesomeness'
surly gourmand
Sutter's Mill
Syntopia
Thatcher's rants and musings
The Atom Project
The Big Picture
The Data Compression News Blog
The Ladybug Letter
The software rendering world
TomF's Tech Blog
View
VirtualBlog
Visual C++ Team Blog
Void Star: Ares Fall
What your mother never told you about graphics development
Wright Eats
xkcd.com
Bartosz Milewski's Programming Cafe

autogen from the Google Reader xml output. I would post the code right here but HTML EATS MY FUCKING LESS THAN SIGNS and it's pissing me off. God damn you.

SAVED : Thanks Wouter for linking to htmlescape.net ; I might write a program to automatically do that to anything inside a PRE chunk when I upload the block.


int main(int argc,char *argv[])
{
    char * in = ReadWholeFile(argv[1]);
    
    while( in && *in )
    {
        in = skipwhitespace(in);
        if ( stripresame(in," %s  
\n",url,title); } in = strnextline(in); } return 0; }

1 comment:

Wouter Lindenhof said...

Two reasons for thanks:
First for listing me and second for listing others (I'm always searching for some good blogs, so my schedule for tonight is already set)

If you need to escape the code (so that lesser signs are displayed) you could try http://www.htmlescape.net/ which has an online tool. Hope it helps.

old rants