I thought I’d share these papers since I put some time into them, I find them interesting, and there seems to be a general dearth of information on the internet regarding competitive learning networks and Hopfield networks. This is the class I took which was fairly interesting and informative though I was dissapointed that […]
Archive for May, 2006
Today I added search links to Grocist (My free barcode-driven grocery list application).
You can now search for any and every product on your grocery list on key shopping sites just by clicking the links.
Below is a snippet from my list that you can interact with. Try clicking some of the shop links and see […]
I’m proud to introduce a little web application I’ve been working on for the past few weeks. I call it:
It works like this:
You plug a barcode scanner into your computer (preferably one in the kitchen):
and simply scan the barcodes of any packages before you discard them.
(typing in items such as bananas also works for […]
Here’s a website I made recently for a local dance studio:
Elite Dance Studio and Supply is located in Cloverly/Silver Spring, Maryland and offers classes in Ballet, Jazz, and Tap, among others.
(That link is extra descriptive in order to give them a small head start with Google et al.)
I went with WordPress to run the […]
First the solution:
Now the problem it solves:
I created a website with WordPress for a small business. My goal was for the non-technical managers of the business to be able to run the content side of the website themselves. Everything was working great until they decided that they wanted to put up some tables […]