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View love_explosion.js
function onGLC(glc) {
glc.loop();
// glc.playOnce();
// glc.size(400, 400);
glc.setDuration(3.5);
glc.setFPS(24);
// glc.setMode("single");
// glc.setEasing(false);
glc.setMaxColors(32);
glc.styles.backgroundColor = "rgba(0,0,90,.3)";
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empireshades / goog_img_display
Created May 22, 2015
Iterate through list of terms, google image search each, and display results in ipython notebook inline
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# Yes i know i could have used Requests
import urllib2
import json
from IPython.display import display
from IPython.display import Image
for car in yearlist:
url = ('https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/services/search/images?' +
'v=1.0&rsz=8&q=%s') % car.replace(" ", "%20")
View boot2docker notes for OS X.md

This document contains some notes I have gathered while I was trying to setup a redis service using boot2docker running on OS X. This won't cover what Docker is, see Docker website for details.

Installing boot2docker

First, install Virtualbox and follow the steps at http://docs.docker.com/installation/mac/

Since Docker only runs on Linux, boot2docker runs a virtual machine in Virtualbox (or VMWare etc), however you can run the docker command on OS X

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empireshades / build_python_rpm.sh
Last active Aug 29, 2015
This script will build python-2.7.x on a centos 6.x box. Tested on vagrant.
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# This works on vagrant rather well particularly with the passwordless sudo
# Tested on a Centos 6.5 box file
# Thanks to https://github.com/pingviini/rhel6-rpmbuild for
# specfile and install logic
# Set this to the version of python you want to build.
# As of this writing 2.7.6 is the latest
PYVER="2.7.6"
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empireshades / smokemtr.py
Created May 10, 2012
Script that runs an MTR (MattsTraceRoute) report against a given host, saves the output to log and also emails. This is meant to be called by smokeping (via pipe '|') after an alert is triggered. Tested on python2.6
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#!/bin/env python
'''This is a script which runs an MTR (matt's traceroute)
against a target hosts - meant to be triggered by a
smokeping alert. Output is emailed and saved to log.'''
import argparse, datetime, subprocess, smtplib
from email.mime.multipart import MIMEMultipart
from email.mime.text import MIMEText
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