Today I closed a long-standing request on XRay to return the HTTP status code from the retrieved page, as well as parsing the <meta http-equiv="Status" content="410 Gone"> tag in the HTML. I also now return the final URL that XRay retrieved the document from, after following any HTTP redirects that were sent.
Got stuck in a research hole looking for a new laptop/travel bag. Can't quite find anything that fits all my requirements though. Must be able to fit the following:
• Laptop: 7.75" x 11" • Keyboard: 5.5" x 15.25" • Headphones: flattens to 6.5"x7.5"x1.5" or collapses to 6.5"x5"x3" • Kindle, notebooks: 5"x7" • DSLR: 3.5" x 4.5" x 6" • Battery: 3.5" x 6.5" x .75" • Various wires and cords
For reference, I can currently fit everything in my small Tumi sling bag, except the keyboard sticks out the top by an inch and so I can't zip up the compartment. That bag would be perfect if it were just a little taller.
I want something that doesn't *look* like a backpack, and is nice enough looking to carry in a semi-professional setting. Most backpacks with two straps are too casual looking, and most of the one-strap slings are too small. More zippers are generally good, since I tend to carry lots of little things that would all get lost in a single compartment.
The only ones I've found so far that are close are:
Day 27. Solo piano again. There's a half-measure delay added to the piano. The track that plays the delay is adjusted to make it sound far away, by boosting the high EQ and dropping the low frequencies, and adding a "stereo spread" effect to make it sound like it's coming from both sides. This sounds way more interesting with headphones so you can hear that effect better.