Tag: geekcode

The first version of Aquarionics Dot Com went up on the 27th December 1999. It was built in hand-written HTML, had an “innovative” navigation system that included javascript files so I only had to update them in one place (and…

A tradition doesn’t stop being a tradition just because it’s lost all relevance to the modern age. That’s what Christmas is all about! And one I’ve got is that every couple of years I update my Geek Code. The Geek…

New Years Day is a time of tradition, I think. One of mine is a bi-annual (Every two, not twice) update of my Geek Code. The Geek Code is a bit of novelty early internet memery. It’s a series of…

There’s a tradition where every couple of years I update my Geek Code. I’ve been doing this since 1998, and the Code has been getting steadily less in touch with modern geekery ever since, but it’s an interesting metric to…

M+ V- PS+ PE Y+ PGP t 5++ X R+ tv b+++ DI+ D++ G++ e+ h— r+>++ y? Happy New Year.

Traditions are fun. Every two years for the past ten I’ve run though Robert Hayden’s Geek Code test (which hasn’t changed in that time). The rules are simple: I run it without looking at previous years tests. That’s it. I…

Okay, scary “How long?!” thing coming up. Today, following a tradition I started in 1998 with my first web page, I updated my Geek Code You can see it, as well as the other updates down the years here Watch…

As is traditional, at the begining of every even-numbered year I update my GeekCode. The new code is: GCS$/PA d+(-) s+:+ a– C+++ L++$ P+ E— W+++$ N+++ o K w O- M>++ V- PS+ PE- Y+ PGP++ t+@ 5++…

You must have seen them, Anytime a community decides it has enough members it creates a code that is un-identifiable as anything unless you feed it into a certain web page. My collection is below “Forget Quotes, Lets have some…