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Stop dithering and start dithering

Image Dithering: Eleven Algorithms and Source Code
posted by a lungful of dragon on Jun 10, 2016 - 25 comments

Android 4.0 Source.

The source code to Android 4.0 has been released. The new OS, codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich will be coming out on phones soon, but you can download the code today (using git). The popular cyanogen mod distribution should be updated to ICS in a couple months
posted by delmoi on Nov 14, 2011 - 48 comments

Emacs Artist Mode

Emacs Artist Mode (screencast) allows you to use the mouse to draw squares, lines, and other shapes in plain text, or even paint. I'm not an emacs user, but I thought this was pretty cool. Even better, you can use an open source Java tool called ditaa to transform ascii text into a full-color graphic. Needless to say, users of other IDEs want this.
posted by Deathalicious on Mar 1, 2011 - 39 comments

The Boy Who Stole Half-Life 2

The Boy Who Stole Half-Life 2 - How (and more importantly why) Axel Gembe, a young German hacker, stole and leaked the source code to Valve's highly anticipated Half-Life 2 game in 2003. (via Rock, Paper, Shotgun) [more inside]
posted by slimepuppy on Feb 22, 2011 - 68 comments

A cup of Java will cure that Pac-Man fever

Ms. Pac-Man 2010
posted by Blazecock Pileon on Mar 26, 2010 - 35 comments

// TODO: fix after I quit

How depressing is your sourcecode?
posted by mattoxic on Jun 30, 2009 - 35 comments

Half-Life 2 source code stolen

Half-Life 2 source code leaked online Valve Software, the makers of Half-Life 2, said the leak followed a concerted hacking effort on the company's computers over a number of months. Easily one of most eagerly anticipated games ever, Half-Life 2 is regarded by many as the next step in the evolution in First Person Shooters. What does this mean for the future of Valve Software? (More inside)
posted by stazen on Oct 3, 2003 - 53 comments

How to prevent theft of your source code.

How to prevent theft of your source code. From Frequent Questions Answered, a list of useful tips in web development. I'm thinking of trying a few of these, especially the <INVISIBLE> tags.
posted by jonah on Dec 11, 2002 - 33 comments

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