I thought this was a nice mix of tech and art. Watch the dragon’s view follow the camera. Nice trick.
I’ve had JoeTech.com for years and years and just haven’t done much with it in the past couple years, so I thought I’d start a blog.Â I come across a lot of cool technology news online, so I thought I would share.Â From time to time, I have my own projects, too, so I’ll post those when they come up.
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I write PHP code for a living. I do not fix laptops, cameras, televisions, robots, cars, bad hearts, bum legs, broken relationships, or elections for a living. If I write a post that mentions or walks you through any of these things and claim to have had success in my own efforts, you should assume that it is my dumb luck. In other words, if you try opening your digital camera, laptop, TV, robot, etc. while following instructions I have posted and you break whatever you are messing with, that sucks, but don’t expect me to send you a check.
Just because I write code for a living, you should not assume that my code is always perfect. Any time you give a computer instructions on what to do, you run a risk of it not working or messing something else up. If something happens as a result of code I provide here or instructions I give, you should be proactive in trying to fix it and not blame it on me. I’ll help if I can, but that’s all I can do.