Or should I say, the much abbreviated Pete's Pages. Unfortunately I lost my site to a disk crash a few weeks ago (when I wrote this in about 2007!) Yes, I did do nightly backups. The crash happened during one such backup. The main drive is unusable and the backup drive has a partial, unusable Windows backup file on it. Oh well. If you know of a cheap disk recovery service in the Bay Area, let me know...
So far, all I've restored is my creative scribblings.
Here's what I've restored of the ARM Assembly Language Programming page.
And here is the little article I wrote about Bayer masks used in digital camera images.
(The Bayer article has been translated to the Serbo-Croatian language by WHGeeks.)
Here's a comparison of how the site where I used to work (at Motorola Mobility) changed between November 2005 and March 2008 during the construction of "Moffet Towers".
Here's an implementation of the simple evolution simulator described by Richard Dawkins in The Blind Watchmaker.
Here's a simulation of the "drunkard's walk", a kind of random walk discussed in a Pharyngula posting ages ago, but I can't remember why now!
This is a dice-throw simulator I did for my daughter's class when she was in about 2nd grade.
You're visitor since I moved hosting to 1&1 on May 21, 2005.