Yearly archives: 2012


I have recently booked an airplane ticket on AirFrance.fr. Normal online booking procedure, nothing exciting as usual, but then, in the end of the process I am forced to check my identity using a code that I would receive on a mobile phone, in order to complete the transaction. This […]

Dear 3D Secure SMS security



Recently on wordpress.com for another project, I had this problem with uploading gif image : there is a f*** auto resize embed in my theme that transforms my image tag <img title="bugs" alt="bugs" src="https://blabla.files.wordpress.com/2012/bugs.gif"> in <img title="bugs" alt="bugs"  src="https://blabla.files.wordpress.com/2012/bugs.gif?w=479"> and therefore resize the gif on the fly with the ?w=479 […]

Annoying wordpress.com gif auto resize



  Date: 2012-04 -> 2012-06 Technologies: Twitter Boostrap, Google Ads, some PHP & Javascript. Details: When I was working on map coordinates in apps some years ago for a famous french company, I always wanted a tool to quickly check how wrong I was while computing, but never found one […]

Online Map Coordinates Converter


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Just finished another project in my 2012 projects marathon. It’s an online map coordinates converter and you can find it there http://www.blackspotradish.com/onlinemapcoordinatesconvertor/www/ When I was working on map coordinates in apps some years ago for a famous french company, I always wanted a tool to quickly check how wrong I was […]

Awesome Online map coordinates Converter


I have been working on this  Google Maps Radar project for more than two years. I consider I have finished  it only tonight… If you take a look at it, it doesn’t seem very complicated. It’s not. But why did it take more than two years? Lessons learned: Do not start […]

About Google Maps Radar finished



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So here we are. After two years with adding four lines per week end and removing three the next one, my mighty Google Maps Radar. The pitch: this Javascript library adds a Radar screen, like in the movie with submarines or boats, or with whatever evil machines that are quite […]

Google Maps Radar