I am not a witch - Chatter section - Is it just me, or is it a bad idea to follow up with the statement "I am not a witch" with what seems to be a possission spell? Seriously, stop saying that "you are me". It's creepy. It's something a witch would say. And besides, how can you blast out a generic "I'm you" and claim NOT to be a witch when there actually ARE wiccans out there. Are you them or not?
My Beautiful Windows Desktop - Chatter section - Care to see what my Windows Desktop looks like? Of course not! What a silly question...
NEW rcamera.org rollout - Chatter section - I have finally rolled out the new CGI engine and templates. With this new rollout, I have added a few new articles (see Fun section that did not -and could not- exist under the old 2.X CGI engine. Expect to see more articles soon...
Self Interview - About section - What makes me tick? Nobody else wanted to interview me, so I interviewed myself.
My Favorite Sites - Fun section - Links to a few of rcamera's favorite sites
Klingon Programmer - Fun section - Top 20 things likely to be overheard if you had a Klingon Programmer
Chuck Norris vs. Steven Seagal - Fun section - It is often asked: Who would win in a death-match between Chuck Norris and Steven Seagal. Read on to find out...
CGI Engine V. 3.0 - Chatter section - I have been playing around with sqlite3 and decided to rewrite my CGI engine with an SQL backend. What you see here is the result of this. Don't bother trying any SQL injection tricks - no SQL is generated from anything in the URL bar. Happy surfing!
Fortune - Fun section - Output of the 'fortune' utility. Enjoy
About Me - About section - A little bit about me, my interests, my network, my CGI engine, and my machines
C Memory Management - C Programming section - Simple explanations of memory management in C
String Functions in C - C Programming section - Simple explanations of a couple of key string functions in C. Includes a brief explanation of how strings work in C
Shell Scripting: Beginners - Shell Scripting section - A beginner's guide to shell scripting with simple examples of 'date' and 'grep'
A Brief Look at Bitwise Operations - C Programming section - Bitwise operations are a type of simple change to a piece of memory. They can range anywhere from a SHIFT or ROTATE of the bits all the way to a logical operation such as AND, OR and XOR. In this article, a brief description of each of the mentioned operations and some uses for each will be discussed