Best guess at the Twisted font. The site allows you to get an example of the final font, which is good enough for 90% of my use cases
Upload an image with a font, it tries to tell you what the font is. Works surprisingly well.
Archive for May, 2009
Posted by mattray on May 29, 2009
Posted by mattray on May 28, 2009
Very fun audio matrix, probably fun for the kids
Posted by mattray on May 27, 2009
Credit report scam, freecreditreport.com
Posted by mattray on May 25, 2009
Someone needing a Zenoss installation, looking forward to hearing how they parse the log files.
Posted by mattray on May 23, 2009
I figured I needed to capture this before it gets removed, but the IMDB Parental Guide to Mary Poppins is a classic.
A few of my favorite bits:
an extremely violent movie involving a witch sent from hell and many grizzely murders
A little boy is chased around a room then a wagon rolling by itself flies at him and he is swept from his feet and brought into the closet. Mary Poppins is waiting in the closet then molests him numeros times (clearly seen on camera) then slowly slices his head open and eats his brain.
A little girl is chased down hall sucked up a fireplace then beheaded Mary Popins puts her head in a bag then flies off with her umbrella
Several elderly women are sucked into hell and fly into the air and smash into things while flying so fast. The scene is very bloody and violent.
A man is sucked up a fireplace then droped down the chimeny while the fire is still on below (you can clearly see his skin pealing and bleeding as he burns to death)
Another man is split in half by dark magic (guts and gore are visible during the scene)
A woman gets her hair violently pulled out then mary poppins takes her eyes out and eats them. The women is thrown off a building later after much suffering and torchure.
Mary Poppins cheats in a horse race by killing off the competitors.
Mary Poppins uses a kite to strangle then hang a young boy near the end of the movie.
It ends as a decapitated bird head starts talking to mary and she moves on to the next town.
Posted by mattray on May 22, 2009
Zenoss/Weathermap mashup, this looks quite promising
Zenoss/MindTouch Mashup for wikifying your Zenoss installation
Nice mention of Zenoss as a top five free tool
Python vs. Broccoli
Posted by mattray on May 21, 2009
Excellent post on Open Source Community Pitfalls.
Posted by mattray on May 20, 2009
Extensions to the Vera Fonts, my current fonts of choice.
Posted by mattray on May 19, 2009
Send events to Zenoss from scripts, from Zenoss' own shuckins