Find it - Neel Banerjee

Maybe you'll find it here, maybe you won't, but at least you came to look around! 

getEl.pl - This perl script take a filename as its first argument. The file must contain latitude longitude values similar to the output from GPS Visualizer. The first line of the file is ignored, and the first column is also ignore. The file need to be tab delimited. The argument file is take and a new file is created called el_<argument_filename>. This new file contain the elevation data based on the lat and long data

hsearchperl.pl  - This is my perl program that searches for the lowest fares to multiple destinations using the Kayak API. It has no perldoc (yet) and is totally experimental, but if you insist on downloading it you'll need to make sure to have Perl with the following packages installed: XML::DOM, Tk::ChooseDate,.

LazyAlbum- This is my attempt to be extremely lazy and not take my camera with me to places that I travel (okay so I actually forgot my camera). The idea is to use a place-name-reverse-geocode-look-up for a marker placed on a google map. Then a flickr photo search occurs with the placename(s). The webpage isn't sexy yet, but it gets me what I need. Next upgrade is to allow the user to browse through the multiple pages returned, right now I have it set up so only 10 pages of images are loaded all at once. I think I'll keep that10 page feature, but after 10 the user will have the option to see more! Then after that I think I will try to make the site sexy using scriptaculous stuff...