Necessary-Evil is an XML RPC library for Clojure.
A port of Docco to Clojure
Linotype tell you what fonts are on what movies.
A comprehensive table of Typekit fonts suitable for body copy. via Tim Kelleher
Joseph Wu's amazing origami mythos monstrosities. Via Paul of Cthulhu
Using open source technology and data to render maps.
Some observations, both positive and negative, from using CouchDB to build this site.
Nathan Marz shows how BackType uses Clojure and his Hadoop powered Cascalog system. In this video Marz introduces Cascalog and shows how they used it to build their influencer metrics
Video and Slides for Chouser's Clojure Conj.
A guide to running Microsoft's free IE testing images inside Virtualbox. via Rowan Crawford.
What it says on the tin. Via Zeldman.
Part 1 of a series on IO in Clojure
A brief introduction to Zero Message Queue and Clojure.
A fun little web based musical toy. Requires flash.
The Walking Eye interviews Jim Butcher (author of the Dresden Files) and Fred Hicks (of Evil Hat games) about the Dresden Files RPG.
Stuart Halloway's Clojure Conj presentation slides on simplicity.
My updates to the yog-sothoth.com community produced handouts for the classic Call of Cthulhu scenario The Haunting.
Fogus's studies in macrology in Clojure.
Christophe Grand's Clojure Conj slides.
via Graham Walmsley.
A paper from Sun/Oracle about prototypal software models (.ps.gz)
A tool for calculating pixel grid for any width.
12 photo's showing Hellboy creator Mike Mignola's studio, complete with sketches for The Whittier Legacy.
Just what it says on the tin.
A new tool for deploying Clojure services, with lein integration
A free 9 page Hellboy comic written and drawn Mike Mignola
Rob Donoghue on refinements and tweaks for Aspects in the FATE RPG system.
A human 8-bit [music] video that was shot in one take. Hat tip: Tim Kelleher
A browser based tool for generating CSS for gradients
Brief notes of H.P. Lovecraft's classic sci-fi horror tale.
An infographic to help you survive the zombie apocolypse. Via Clyde Rhoer.
Not a particularly surprising list. via Judd Karlman
via Clyde Rhoer.
Peter Norvig on how to implement computer language interpreters in general, and in particular how to implement a subset of the Scheme using Python
A review of Get Lamp, a documentary about Text Adventures
Philip Greenspun on SQL DBs and Data Warehouses (1990's).
One coffee snob's quest to produce the perfect travel coffee system. Via Angus.
Over 40 different achievements to gain with Git, most width different levels to be achieved.
Fogus's unification library for Clojure.
Modern revival fonts. via Propnomicon.
Short notes on Glen Cooks early Black Company stories.
Tuned Pale Ale has notes marked on the label to tune a 6 pack into an instrument. Via Christina
A stack of books.
Rules for playing D&D 4e without a battle grid. Via Clinton R. Nixon
Indy Pete's Mouse Guard cards and tokens.
Luke Crane discusses The Black Company from the perspective of playing Burning Wheel
The clearest description of how task and conflict resolution work and differ that I have encountered.
Stephen Bier's beer reviews archive.
An introduction to a git workflow extension called Git-Flow
Luke Crane and Jared Sorensen gencon game design panel. 1 hour 45 minutes of audio.
A for-like macro for reduce in clojure
blah blah hipsters blah blah backflip off a tree! also Band of Horses music
Simple guide to help alleviate LCD 'Image Persistence'
This page details keybindings and other features of a clojure editor. These keybindings include all the 'paredit' mode support to make sexp editing easy.
pour is a web form validation library for the Clojure programming language.
Just what it says on the tin
Matt Manela powershell scripts to integrate Hg respository status to the prompt.
How well does your browser support HTML5?
Mark Story has created an icon for eclipse on the mac that is much less ugly than the purple atrocity that ships by default. There are also instructions on installing it.
Part 3 of Don Syme's introduction to parallel tools for F#. This article covers actors/agents (and links back to previous articles).
Rob Donoghue's advice on dealing with players freezing up in roleplaying games
Calexico Live in Nuremberg as 320kbps MP3s and CC BY-NC-SA
Online community documention for Clojure and clojure libraries and tools.
A Clojure 1.2 Quick Reference
Ben Robbins describes his West Marches campaign designed around intermittent attendance and scheduling. Via Irminsul
Just what it says on the tin.
The Story Games project to create a book of names for a wide range of settings
Clojure library for sending and receiving mail
Stack Overflow discussion on the various clojure books available.
Just like it says on the drum. Via Matt
Jacob Kaplan-Moss's commentary on producing great technical documentation.
A presentation about improving the JVM for multiple languages (InfoQ presentation).
Suitable for prop documents etc.
The forthcoming O'Reilly book on couchdb, freely available online in html form.
Perfect for those situations where something returns a function that you want to use as a multimethod
Notes on changes to dotNet and C# to support Co- and Contravariance on generic types.
Apparently Nels Cline has a huge page about his guitar gear on his site. A bunch of it at least is pre his Wilco stuff but screw it, its Nels Cline.
Jacobian (of Django fame) on why he chooses Python.
An infographic looking at a partial spectrum of RPG games and how various approaches to characters etc interact.
A presentation by Jon Hicks
Playing a couple of acoustic versions of songs off Buffalo
Alan Kay's paper on the origins of smalltalk
Olin Shiver's history of 'T'; an early lisp/scheme implementation
Rogert Ebert on 3D movies.
Interactive Infographic about the scope of private data on facebook over time.
A short story by Isaac Asimov.
A bunch of wallpapers from the Nine Inch Nails.
Lester Bangs writes about punk and jazz.
An excellent summary of the performance guarantees of core datastructures and operations in Clojure.
A Substrate for Managed Runtime Environments. Apparently built on top of a number of interesting technologies, most notably LLVM.
Overview of the datatypes features coming in Clojure 1.2
Electronic Frontier Foundation highlights recent changes to facebooks privacy controls
Never warp your brain with timezone math again
An infographic. Via Angus
Computer World's investigations into online advertising company Link Star.
A Java VM in Java
Greg Costikyan examines the role of randomness in games
GOOD examines the informative qualities of beards
An overview of different challenges and approaches to concurrency in software design.
Matt Woodward's huge list of random thoughts about couchdb
Some simple tips to make clojure code faster (and largely not any uglier)
What it says on the tin.
Christophe Grand's Moustache micro web framework for Clojure
Rounded rectangles have lower cognitive processing overhead.
Brad Murray opines on perception of difficulty some players have with compels
A java based XHTML + CSS renderer with pdf support
Konrad Hinsen opines briefly about the role of monads in clojure
Meikel Brandmeyer revisits his Clojure memoizing function with respect to concurrency tools.
Rich Hickey's list of books that influenced clojure or otherwise related.
Meikel Brandmeyer uses the rule of three to write an improved memoization utility for clojure
Just what it says on the tin.
Detailed look at whats required to get @font-face working across the three main browsers
A great higher level overview of web typography stuffed full of links.
A period map of Egypt.
Eric Mona's GamesU 2009 Keynote on the state of tabletop RPGs. via Will Hindmarch.
Processing google analytics using Incanter (clojure)
Alex Miller contrasts DI in Java and Clojure
What it says on the tin. via Stephen Bier.
"For all its goodness, REST sometimes feels like trying to fit a square peg in the proverbial round hole" via Bill de hOra
Roy Fielding talks about POST (and other methods) in RESTful architectures
Seth Nickell talks about doing design work for open source projects. Via Matt
A tiny barebones web server written in clojure
James Reeves discusses the changes in version 0.4 of Compojure and the role of Ring in the new version.
An idiomatic wrapper for OpenGL in Clojure
Brian Carper's experiments in writing an old school Final Fantasy like game in Clojure
A look at old apple ads and the role of programming as part of computing at the dawn of personal computers.
Jokes with realistic endings
Lenny Balsera reduces Compels in the FATE RPG system down to the core concepts
'What is a monad?' is the wrong question.
It's time for a revolution. It's time for a new font style!
Thoughts on the appropriateness of monads in Clojure.
Following on from looking at state monads in the context of Clojure, this article looks at variations that add different forms of
state-m of non-determinism.
New Zealand based seller of domestic and international fancy beers
A close look at how the state monad is implemented and used in Clojure.
Interesting comments on the suitability of F# and Clojure for 'real world' software
Further comparisons between Python and Clojure.
A well considered article about CSS font stacks to work with fonts available on both Windows and Mac.
How Python's view of iteration lead me to Clojure.
Creator of ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ is interviewed 15 years after he finished the series.