Archive for January 1st, 2007


We’re Hot!

January 1, 2007

This blog experienced a nice surge of traffic for a couple of days last week, and it all stemmed from an article that I wrote about Leopard on Lockergnome. For two days, Leopard Programming was classified as one of the most popular blogs across the entire WordPress network, which consists of over 560,000 blogs.

Here’s some archived visual proof from the front page of


We may not be on the list right now, but we’ll be back. We’re coming for you, Scoble!


WeatherBug Command Problems

January 1, 2007

WeatherBug has been rolling their new and improved Web site out to the public, and while Leopard has been able to properly communicate with the Web resources from WeatherBug since its launch, I just noticed while doing some program testing that due to these recent site changes, a few of the WeatherBug commands in Leopard are suddenly not functioning properly. These commands include weatherbug local, weatherbug forecast, and weatherbug alerts.

For the time being, please use the other commands while I work with WeatherBug on resolving the problem. I’ll let you know when everything is back to normal.

Thanks for understanding, and I apologize for any inconvenience!