Nambers is a way to map an internet address into a series of four (unchosen words. It’s based on the website’s IP address, which is a series of four numbers between 0 - 255. The nambers website assigns a single word to each number (0-255), for example 64 is ‘drive,’ 233 is ‘tool,’ etc. […]
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I would like to welcome my old roommate and friend, Miguel (Chandengui), to the NomadicScribe blog. He has graciously offered to serve as our photo editor, showing off his photo-manipulation skills to make our pictures more professional.
Tomorrow morning, I’ll have the front axle of my car worked on (eek!) because of a torn boot, and then we’ll head out to Oregon. We’ll drive and camp in the areas of: Albuquerque, NM; Flagstaff, AZ; Salt Lake City, UT; Twin Falls, Idaho; and Eugene, OR. On Wednesday and Thursday, we’ll join the Lost […]
I whipped up a logo for the site and the wiki. w00t!
We still have a lot of planning left to do, but we have a few dates:
Jan. 13th - Benjamin’s last day of work
Jan. 20th - (weekend) camping trip to try out the packing and the gear
Jan. 27th - April’s last day of work
Jan. 28th […]
BTW, if anyone wants to give me some advice or help to make the website look better, please do!
I’ve been playing around with the Google Maps API and it is surprisingly simple to use. The examples in the documentation are great. I have put together a map to aid us in planning our route. See the map here. The data points are driven from a custom-designed XML file and the icons are different […]
Welcome to the NomadicScribe.net weblog!
Not much here yet, still putting together the website. I hope the colors look ok. I’m not much of a visual artist. Planning for the trip is going well, although a little behind schedule. We’ve contacted 3 or 4 of the groups so far and probably eliminated another 2 or so. […]