IceBreaker is an action-puzzle game in which you must capture penguins from an Antarctic iceberg so they can be shipped to Finland, where they are essential to a secret plot for world domination. To earn the highest Geek Cred, trap them in the smallest space in the shortest time while losing the fewest lives. IceBreaker was inspired by (but isn't an exact clone of) Jezzball by Dima Pavlovsky.
Geo::CCF is a Perl module that parses Coded Cities Forecast data files from the U.S. National Weather Service. It can find the predicted weather for the next seven days, including predominant condition (sunny, rain, freezing drizzle, etc.), high and low temperature, and chance of precipitation. A very basic sample script that displays the current forecast for Boston is included.
This is my first Perl module, and I'd really like to do it right. I'd really value any comments anyone might have (here or e-mail (http://mattdm.org/email) me), about bugs or code style or Perl weather modules or whatever. Thanks!
My goodness. That was quite verbose. I wasn't chiding the author for missing something; I was just mentioning another cool clustering tool. You even end by saying that doing this is exactly what the comments are for -- what was your point exactly? To write a lot of words? To refer to your k5 article? I don't get it.