Encoded.ca: Encode and Decode Stuff

As a developer, I find I’m often encoding something, decoding something, deobfuscating something, decoding urls or parameters, base64 encoding, wrapping/unwrapping, replying/unreplying, etc. So I made a web page that does that all that and you can find it at encoded.ca. I’ll certainly be adding more in the future.

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vincens ut vinceret (a reponse to Henley’s Invictus)

After writing my own response to William Ernest Henley’s Invictus, I’ve come across some responses to the poem (I admit, I google my own blogs!), including vincens ut vinceret by Will Hapeman. I quite like it. It took largely the same tack as mine, swapping words and phrases, and ended up with a number of similarities.

Replying to a Sent folder email: Why don’t email clients ever get this right?

When I send an email I’ll often remember I wanted to say something else so I go to my Sent folder, click the email and hit Reply All. It seems every email client has a different idea of what exactly Reply/Reply All on a Sent folder email means. Maybe it’s just me but I don’t think this is a hard thing to get right.

When I send an email I’ll often remember I wanted to say something else so I go to my Sent folder, click the email and hit Reply All. It seems every email client has a different idea of what exactly Reply/Reply All on a Sent folder email means. Maybe it’s just me but I don’t think this is a hard thing to get right.

When I click Reply/Reply All on a Sent folder email I mean I want to reply to my own email and, since it doesn’t make sense to send it to me, I want the exact same To/CC/BCC addresses as when I originally sent the email.

It’s not rocket science.