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Polarwetter - Die weiße Hölle
Dienstag, 16.11.2004, 18:10 Uhr
04:56:21 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: N24 - Dokumentationen
LOAF Roundup
I'm quite amused to find LOAF become a mini-meme this morning. Here is a list of implementations that I have seen so far: LOAF.py (by me, it's the first LOAF implementation that I know of) LLOAF.py, a fork by Mark Pilgrim LOAF.java (with full Javadoc and Eclipse project) by Jason Bell LOAF MIDlet and LOAF ubiquity chart by Anil. LOAF.pl by Erik Thauvin. LOAF in OPL by Ewan (of course) There are also two graphics for you to choose from for your LOAF branding. Where is that perfect LOAF implementation in Haskell?
04:48:24 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Matt Croydon::Postneo 2.0
It's beginning to look a lot like the holidays....
With ever more code monkeys new employees, we're getting a lot done, so there's a lot of fun stuff to announce....PhonePostA couple of months ago we completed the creation of a post by phone system. We had it working in the office but wanted to make sure our new bandwidth (Akamai) and disk space (NetApp filer) situation was working first.LiveJournal PhonePost allows users to call in, authenticate, and record an audio journal entry all by phone, then automatically post to your journal. You can choose on the phone to have the entries be public, friends-only, or private. Private might be useful to just leave yourself a note to get later.Your friends (or yourself) have the option of listening to your PhonePost and then transcribing it for other people who don't or can't listen to the post. This also makes it easier to find a PhonePost later, and is an alternative for deaf or hard of hearing people.We know we're not the first company to do it, but we're still excited about it. So-- ...
04:41:07 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: LiveJournal News
Leichter als Luft
Samstag, 05.02.2005, 15:15 Uhr
04:32:39 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: N24 - Dokumentationen
Web continuations and breadcrumbs, continued.
I think this is a very interesting topic and I've been exploring it further. Here is my current reading list. Papers and talks on continuations and web programming: Modeling Web Interactions (Graunke et al., Apr 2003) Lisp in Web-based Applications (Graham, Apr 2001) Web Programming with Continuations (PDF) (Byrd, Nov 2002) A couple of weblog posting on the topic: Ovidiu Predescu explains Cocoon's continuation control flow layer Blog discussion between Avi Bryant, Daniel von Fange and others on web continuations. Java web application frameworks that support continuations: RIFE: a web application framework with continuation support Cocoon's Flowscript supports continuations by using a specially modified version of Rhino
04:23:33 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Blogging Roller
Thinking Smaller: Prompted by yet another round of miniaturization, computer makers ...
(Thinking Smaller: Prompted by yet another round of miniaturization, computer makers finally seem willing to rethink what PCs can look like. The result could be a revolution not just in style but ...)
Thinking Smaller: Prompted by yet another round of miniaturization, computer makers finally seem willing to rethink what PCs can look like. The result could be a revolution not just in style but in convenience. [Sunspot.com via MyAppleMenu]
04:03:15 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: TameBear: The Future
Thinking Smaller: Prompted by yet another round of miniaturization, computer makers ...
(Thinking Smaller: Prompted by yet another round of miniaturization, computer makers finally seem willing to rethink what PCs can look like. The result could be a revolution not just in style but ...)
Thinking Smaller: Prompted by yet another round of miniaturization, computer makers finally seem willing to rethink what PCs can look like. The result could be a revolution not just in style but in convenience. [Sunspot.com via MyAppleMenu]
04:03:15 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: TameBear: Big Ideas
Thinking Smaller: Prompted by yet another round of miniaturization, computer makers ...
(Thinking Smaller: Prompted by yet another round of miniaturization, computer makers finally seem willing to rethink what PCs can look like. The result could be a revolution not just in style but ...)
Thinking Smaller: Prompted by yet another round of miniaturization, computer makers finally seem willing to rethink what PCs can look like. The result could be a revolution not just in style but in convenience. [Sunspot.com via MyAppleMenu]
04:03:15 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: TameBear: Emerging Tech
NetNewsWire: NNW is extremely useful, easy to use and simple to set up, all in all a ...
(NetNewsWire: NNW is extremely useful, easy to use and simple to set up, all in all a great way to add functionality to your Mac. [MyAppleMenu])
NetNewsWire: NNW is extremely useful, easy to use and simple to set up, all in all a great way to add functionality to your Mac. [MyAppleMenu]
04:01:25 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: TameBear: Useful Tools
13 Nov 2003: Lessons from the PDC
Lessons from the PDC: (Article Permalink) This is the long promised write-up of the PDC trip. It has taken quite some time to digest what was unveiled there. At the PDC we saw the latest ways in which Microsoft has pushed the operating system beyond its roots into an advanced operating system; far more than the universe of read(), write() and poll() that Linux developers usually think of as being "the OS." The PDC Brady, Gonzalo, Lluis and myself went to the PDC, to check the latest product announcements related to the .NET Framework. We were in for a surprise. As I left the Boston airport, I confidently told Nat `Everything is under control, there will be some generics, some of this and some of that, will report back'. I religiously sleep until noon, so waking up at 7am to attend the keynote conference was against possibly my most sacred principle. We had accumulated plenty of miles to be there and we were three hours behind Boston time, so I capitulated and was happily having ...
04:00:00 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Miguel de Icaza
13 Nov 2003: Lessons from the PDC
Lessons from the PDC: (Article Permalink) This is the long promised write-up of the PDC trip. It has taken quite some time to digest what was unveiled there. At the PDC we saw the latest ways in which Microsoft has pushed the operating system beyond its roots into an advanced operating system; far more than the universe of read(), write() and poll() that Linux developers usually think of as being "the OS." The PDC Brady, Gonzalo, Lluis and myself went to the PDC, to check the latest product announcements related to the .NET Framework. We were in for a surprise. As I left the Boston airport, I confidently told Nat `Everything is under control, there will be some generics, some of this and some of that, will report back'. I religiously sleep until noon, so waking up at 7am to attend the keynote conference was against possibly my most sacred principle. We had accumulated plenty of miles to be there and we were three hours behind Boston time, so I capitulated and was happily having ...
04:00:00 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Miguel de Icaza
Tödliche Gewalten
Wunderwelt Wetter
03:49:13 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: N24 - Dokumentationen
27 ноября: семинар для агентств (BSI group)
27 ноября в 10:30 в Британском Совете состоится семинар по обучению за рубежом, который проводит компания BSI group. В числе тем семинара — перспективы сотрудничества с агентствами, зимние программы, особенности открытия виз в Великобританию. Зарегистрироваться на семинар можно по факсу 785–5536 или по e-mail agency@bsigroup.ru.
03:46:43 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: eduABROAD: События
WindowsXP
Windows XP is generally pretty stable compared to Windows 9x, though I have seen it spontaneously fail to boot. A few issues to watch out for: Drive letter stealing ...
03:41:00 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Donkin.org
Microsoft Initiates New Patching Policy: As the software giant works towards a monthly ...
(Microsoft Initiates New Patching Policy: As the software giant works towards a monthly schedule for publishing its software patches, security professionals say the effect may actually make some ...)
Microsoft Initiates New Patching Policy: As the software giant works towards a monthly schedule for publishing its software patches, security professionals say the effect may actually make some things harder. [CNET News.com]
03:38:03 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: TameBear: Microsoft Watch
Microsoft Releases More Windows, Office Fixes: The software giant releases three ...
(Microsoft Releases More Windows, Office Fixes: The software giant releases three security updates for Windows and one for Office, leaving many federal system administrators with no choice but to ...)
Microsoft Releases More Windows, Office Fixes: The software giant releases three security updates for Windows and one for Office, leaving many federal system administrators with no choice but to work on a U.S. holiday. [CNET News.com]
03:30:05 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: TameBear: Microsoft Watch
corporatetime
Ruby/CorporateTime
03:27:06 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: RAA
Code smells, resign patterns and such
Steve Mainer blogs about code smells. Duncan sends me to the resign patterns page. And Eddie IM's me the deathless line of code #warning asserts removed cos they were blowing up all over the place. Oh, and Matt's been giving our codebase a bloody good rogering for a month or so now as he attempts to refactor it into something approaching sanity, and remove some of the little turds of functionality left in quite inappropriate places by people who view a layered architecture as being something that should be subverted as soon as possible and who seemed to take adding new classes or members as an affront to their macho nature - "my function spans 17 pages of closely printed A3 paper and That's The Way I Like It" When will this industry get it into its collective head that "measure twice, cut once" is, in the long run, the best way to do most things, and building software's no exception. Sigh...
02:59:32 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Gritstone & Chips
My Strategy for Learning How to Use Software
A week ago a friend said, "It's great to watch an expert at work!". I was playing around with Adobe Photoshop to create a new logo. "What a strange thing to say", I thought. "I'm no expert". I just learnt it quicker than he did. Why? Cognition, intelligence and other such things aside I believe it is because I have a fundamental strategy for learning how to use software which works. There are two reasons why I will try a piece of software. The first is simply out of interest - here's something new. The second is because I have a problem to solve. This is where the strategy kicks in. In contrast to the first need, that of curiosity where I really have no need for the program, having a problem causes me to look for a solution. That means delving into the manual, trying things, looking up tutorials online and the like. It is a concrete problem which drives me though. For example, I want to put my wedding video onto DVD. I have a secondary video made for my wife's 30th which I'd like ...
02:57:39 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: thought?horizon
Sweet Home Alabama!
I was listening to The Four Horsemen by Metallica earlier (it's one of their early songs, they worked with Megadeth to produce it, which is...
02:56:23 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Mike's Blog
WinFs, Aero and Hailstorm
Remember Project Hailstorm (later called My Services)? It was that MS project that suggested having all your personal data (documents, contacts, calendar, etc) aggregated in centralized servers so it would be accessible from anywhere, and that was cancelled because everyone got worried about having their data in Microsoft's servers (even if this was not required). WinFS/Aero seem to target the same problem but from a different perspective. Instead of having that data in a server, you have it in your own box, so everybody feels better. What they did is to have a central local storage for that data instead of having each application provide its own. If you add WinFS synchronization to the picture, then it's pretty much the same as Hailstorm. You will be able to keep all your data in a server and synchronize it to your local machine. I guess we'll see some activity in this area when Longhorn is released, like MS providing a way to store that information in their servers, in third ...
02:55:00 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Andres Aguiar's Weblog
Solving the Object -Relational impedance mismatch the other way
Ted Neward suggests solving the object-relational impedance mismatch by adding relational features to languages, instead of mapping relational databases to objects. I like that.
02:45:00 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Andres Aguiar's Weblog
the quest for easy integrated blog/wiki/groupware marches on...
If anyone reads this graffiti, I'm still here...looking for the possibility of something equivalent to blogworks bt done in php anyone offering suggestions please post ;)I'm checking out the current heirs to b2.My needs are thus:• Ability to change CSS/appearance• I'm stuck on the 3-pane layout cuz I like it "busy" looking, and my home page is also my personal portal to other things I use remotely from school. So, something that honors standard tags in the blog for the dynamis content, and allows the static layout to remain same for the navigation etc.• I'm a proponent of all things and applications RSS/XML, the blogware needs to allow me to publish RSS feed. • I'm sweet on the occasion of using XML-RPC apps to get "news" to my blog as needed while I'm browsing elsewhere: see NewzCrawler and w.bloggar.• If I get as far as serious groupware, I'd be using it for "teaming" with other students for class project stuff, or exchanging class notes and communication, so something with ...
02:10:05 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: the electric stranger
Quick Guide to the GNU Build System
This is a quick guide to use the GNU Build System (autotools) comprising (autoconf, automake, aclocal...) to release your software in an easily installable and portable format. The aim is to create a package which can be simply installed by "./configure; make; make install" like most free and open source software.
02:05:37 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Freedom Ink - The Last Refuge Of The Free Thinker.
Mandatory reading
PRIVACY JURISPRUDENCE AND THE APARTHEID OF THE CLOSET, 1946-1961Something I stumbled on while browsing aimlessly tonight. It'll make you think.
01:55:19 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Delia Day
Mandatory reading
PRIVACY JURISPRUDENCE AND THE APARTHEID OF THE CLOSET, 1946-1961Something I stumbled on while browsing aimlessly tonight. It'll make you think.
01:55:19 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Delia Day
Το ελληνικό Ιντερνέτ
Μου το έστειλαν και με ενθουσίασε... Επισκευθείτε <a href="http://www.conidis.com/">www.conidis.com</a> και κάνετε "view source"...
01:52:30 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: vrypan|net - My stuff.
Tools suit automotive and light industrial applications.
Blackhawk by Proto™ Line consists of tool sets, wrenches, sockets, hammers, pliers, punches, chisels, pullers, and tool storage units that meet or exceed ANSI standards. Cold-forged steel tools resist wear under heavy everyday use. Sockets are machined for precision tolerance and feature nickel-chrome finish. Ratchets and wrenches come in satin or high-polish finish that makes tools corrosion-resistant and easy to handle and clean.
01:14:17 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Industrial Newsroom - Transportation Industry ...
Conveyor Oven dries products up to 65 in. wide.
Infrared Conveyor Oven features bank of 6 Radplane™ electric infrared heaters rated at 9.8 kW each, controlled in single zone, for total power of 58.8 kW. Air input plenum provides air across full width of heated area. Temperature is regulated by SCR control system, housed in NEMA 12 enclosure, that uses thermocouple feedback control loop to regulate voltage and maintain constant element temperature. Speed controller regulates conveyor belt to 1–10 fpm.
01:14:15 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Industrial Newsroom - Thermal & Heating Equipment
Packaging protects metals from corrosion.
Ferro-Galv VCI inhibits corrosion in hot-dipped or electroplated galvanized products, tin or tinplate, zinc or white metal, as well as steel and some ferrous metals. Six standard constructions include plain kraft, poly-coated, paper-polyethylene-paper laminate, reinforced paper, steelwrap, and woven. Ferro-Galv is available in rolls or sheets and can be converted to custom-fit application.
01:14:15 November 13, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Industrial Newsroom - Packaging Equipment