The last month or so has been jam packed with late nights and early mornings at the office trying to get some projects done before the holiday blitz at Doba when site usage is at its highest. That barely left me enough time to see my family, let alone get any blogging in.
At any rate here I am, back at it again. Tonight’s topic is one that is pretty much technically useless, so forgive me for that, but it is still pretty cool. A co-worker showed me this site the other day, and I thought it was worth mentioning because it is pretty sweet, and at least involved some technical know how to put together. It is a Java applet that maps the contents of an HTML page into this conjoined piece of connect-the-dots artwork. As it is generated, it does this pretty sweet looking spontaneous 3D bacterial replication thing. You can check out the details at http://www.aharef.info/2006/05/websites_as_graphs.htm To see the output of your own website of choice, go to http://www.aharef.info/static/htmlgraph Above you will find an image that represents one of my favorite sites, www.hackaday.com