Today, in the middle of an otherwise normal IRC conversation, I had the amazing idea of mixing Star Wars character names with programming languages! I could only the imagine the possibilities.
I first enlisted the help of Wikipedia’s Alphabetical List of Programming Languages and Wikipedia’s List of Star Wars Characters and then got to work. I’ve tried to stick to the more well known languages and characters, but there are a few obscurities.
A friend, thinko, also contributed some of these. 🙂
Here are my results:
Here are some more additions, thanks to some of my readers!
If you have any more/better suggestions, I’d love to hear them!
So, I dug out my old backups and found some of the really old stop-motion animations that I did when I was quite a few years younger. Here is one in particular that I still find quite funny:
That comedic timing? Pure gold.
As you may notice, things are looking a little different around here. I’ve decided to start using some sensible blog software, so now I’ve got http://fydo.net running with WordPress. I imagine it’ll take me a couple days to get all my old content moved over and to edit/update the theme so it at least somewhat resembles my old website.
In other news, I’ve also purchased fluffymenace.com and fluffymenace.ca. Only time will tell what the future will bring in regards to these two domains. If you’d like a slight hint, Fluffy Menace is the name of the team that I was in for the April 2007 pyweek. You can see our page for proof.
Edit: Something interesting I wanted to add: It was exactly 11 months ago when I moved my website from my homebrew blog-like php webapp to SimplePHPBlog and now I’ve moved to WordPress. It’s been a journey. Phew 😉
I recently added buggyGame to the pygame.org game registry. It has received the following comments:
“Funny game! Good art.. And the music is superb. Did you make it yourself?” – Jasper Stolte
“HAHA! That was great! … AWESOME. That is what Pygaming is all about!” – Kurt Dekker
“Ahahaha! This is a blast… I’m still playing it an hour later… Oh noes!” – Shaun Cordingley
It appears that people are enjoying the game! Hooray! Perhaps this will motivate me to make more levels for it. 😉
Also, if you haven’t yet tried it, you can download the game right here!