Pinned Update #1

The Darc Library (C++) is now updated as of March, 2012. Click ▷here too browse the entire solution.

Monday, February 20, 2012


It's not the beard on the outside that counts, it's the beard on the inside.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Some Skinny Guy

Testing highlighs in overlay mode. Needs more depth.


Dusted off my graphics tablet so here's a quick drawing of a zombie-like creature. For your convenience, available in two colors.

Multi-Label Search

Dear Google,

thank you for making me do this.

Anyway, i found a way to extend the Blogspot-Built-In search engine for labels. As you may know the URL www.[NAME][LABEL] will return all posts tagged with the respective label. Unfortunately it is currently (to the best of my knowledge) impossible to pass a combination of labels or to apply binary operators.

Luckily, such a feature is available for feeds using the feed URL www.[NAME][A]/[B]. This will give you the result corresponding to ([A] AND [B]), or in other words, all posts that are tagged with both labels. Also, the result will be formatted in XML so here's a list of all the stuff you need to do to get going.

XML Loader
Write a JavaScript function that will call the feed URL after appending the labels you're looking for.

XML Parser
Write another JavaScript function that receives the output of the XML Loader and parses the document for the pieces of information you need. Commonly, that would be the title, the author, the content, or a link to the actual post.

List Post
Publish a post on your Blog containing both functions and make the XML Parser load the formatted result into an empty <div></div> block. You're going to need a post for every new combination, or include a text box for dynamic search. This blog contains a number of such Multi-Label search posts, each tagged with the label "Proxy".

If you're too busy to do it yourself, just take a look at the code of one of the local posts tagged with the label "Proxy". Feel free to use the referenced scripts.

Friday, February 17, 2012

Web Man

This is what i do while actually having a gazillion better and more important things to do. I named the daily hero "Web Man" to avoid copyright conflicts with Mr. Lee.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Andrej Baykal

Character description following soon...


A very touching key moment in the R.E.E.V.A. universe. The ▷gentleman in the armored hazmat suit is the architect of this ▷contraption here.

R.E.E.V.A. Character

R.E.E.V.A. Art


Character description following soon... 

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Emilee E. Sorokin

The E. stands for Elizabeth or something like that...

Kary Sanger

Character description following soon...

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

R.E.E.V.A Story

Dr. William Griffith

Character description following soon...

His Majesty, Pumpy Darc

Ya, he's got four ears. Cool, huh?

The A-Team

A self-portrait of me and the A-Team and some aimless coloring. Why the name? Good question!