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Converting your logo to ASCII art

If you’re a geek like me or you’ve just  seen Iron Man 2 you’ll probably like the idea of having a custom motd display something cool when you login to your shell or terminal server.

Sure, you can use figlet to create a text banner, but how cool would it be if you could display your own logo instead. Right?

Can an image be converted into ASCII art?

Challenge accepted.

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Over sixteen ways to obfuscate e-mail addresses

Back in 2007 I wrote about email addresses on your website and how to avoid putting your email address in plain text.

A guy I know, named “csarven” also wrote about methods to hide email addresses from page source providing over 16 concepts for hiding your email address.

This was useful, but not practical, so I decided to write a PHP class…

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XSS: Get linked from Dmoz instantly

Recently, like many of you, I’ve had some trouble getting websites listed on the AOL owned “Open Directory Project” known as Dmoz.

So, looking back at a post written by Oatmeal which explains how to get 20 .gov links in 20 minutes I wondered if the same was possible for Dmoz…

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get_favicon() php function

I was after a php function that would get the favicon for a supplied domain, I did attempt to write my own but it proved more complex than I had first anticipated. Read the rest of this entry »


Trac TCL for eggdrop

I’ve recently had some fun installing Trac project management software on CentOS5.

After finally getting it successfully installed and setup I decided to have a play around with a TCL script for eggdrop.

This eggdrop script will allow you to return ticket information from Trac to an IRC channel.
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