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Progress . . . I think
When I got to the Yarn Barn this morning, I starte on a new row of the Sooper Seekrit Projekt....
23:54:03 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Sweater Project
Mysterious Silence
When a specification is silent about a matter that seems important, that's probably a risk area. Mysterious silences may be caused by a simple oversight. Or maybe because that information is "obvious" (see the Obvious/Oblivious heuristic). I smell bugs whenever I ask the developer about something and I get a shrug, or hear "I haven't really thought about that."...
23:47:25 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: James Bach's Blog
Leave it where god intended it to be
I recently got the new ms multimedia keyboard at work. Why must the hardware designers screw with the keyboard layout? Why must they clown around with the placement of the delete key, insert key, page up and page down? Between this keyboard, the keyboards on my mac, and the original ms ergo keyboard, I can't figure out where to place my fingers anymore. The multimedia keyboard would be such a nice piece of hardware if they had only left these keys alone. Does anybody really need a double size delete key? What are they thinking? Ya know, deleting things is pretty important. Maybe we should emphasize the importance of such activities and make the key double in size. Oh brother... About two years ago a got a new laptop for work. It was a Toshiba. All my previous laptops were IBMs. I struggled with the Toshiba because of its keyboard layout. After a year, I just couldn't get used to it. I went back to an IBM. Likewise, I was talking with one of the guys I work with, and they've always ...
23:43:10 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: scotg.net
MP3 Player
Could be tough area to keep up with but after receiving a fantastic pair of Etymotic earphones http://www.etymotic.com/ I had...
23:42:59 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Geekfishing Blog
OMG, I'm exhausted...
What an incredible day. There are pictures on the way. Thanks to Yoshi for letting me be a neglectful girlfriend and run around all over town today. Thanks to Genevieve and Goomi for all the fun & antics. I just...
23:37:15 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: jozjozjoz.com :: brain barf
New Project: "Paperboy"
So, I've got like 50+ people subscribed to my nGallery newsletter. But, I don't really have a great mechanism to actually communicate with these subscribers. So, I started doing some research... I found one service called “Constant Contact” by Roving.com: http://www.roving.com/products/ It's really pretty interesting. You create groups of e-mail addresses, and then create “campaigns”, specificing which groups to contact, through what dates, what e-mail template to use, what content to send, and then you schedule a time for it to be delivered. I'm aiming to do something very similar (calling it “Paperboy“ at the moment), but include the ability to add/remove easily, for easy integration into other sites and easy opt-out from a link within the newsletter. Would this be a product you guys would be interested in?
23:37:00 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Moved to http://JasonA.net
Obvious/Oblivious
When something about a product is obvious to a developer, that may mean he hasn't discussed it with anyone else, or given it much thought.
23:35:48 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: James Bach's Blog
World Heritage News [World Heritage News: UNESCO Culture Sector]
World Heritage News [World Heritage News: UNESCO Culture Sector]
23:33:20 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Ted Ritzer: EE &Interp Web Links
Virtual Bird Field Guide of Birds - by Common Name [Birding Birdwatching and Wild ...
(Virtual Bird Field Guide of Birds - by Common Name [Birding Birdwatching and Wild Birds at About])
Virtual Bird Field Guide of Birds - by Common Name [Birding Birdwatching and Wild Birds at About]
23:28:55 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Ted Ritzer: Birding
Photo gallery
Cheal in #tikiwiki on irc.freenode.net said my photo gallery was a "must have" addition to Tikiwiki. I think that is one of THE biggest compliments I have EVER gotten in my entire life. :)
23:22:14 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Adam Shantz
Operation Holy Tuesday
Der Spiegel has a long and fascinating article (in English) about the planning for the September 11 attacks. The two
23:19:43 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Hot Feet
Recovery, I couldn't have happened at a worse time
I've been working on my Indigo performance review for Allchin. I'm in the last hard push stage of finishing it off. We made great progress on pulling together working set numbers last week, and with Yasser's help we're making good progress on throughput graphs. I need to finish up working set and initialization costs by Monday, so that I have next week to finish security and reliable messaging. I had planned on working both Saturday and Sunday of this weekend, but I managed to get a bout of food poisoning that hit me hard Friday night and take me out of commission all Saturday. I feel I've lost a day that I couldn't afford to loose.
23:09:16 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: scotg.net
Vaskevitch uses an iPod
The CTO of the Big House likes his iPod. [Via MacNN]
22:58:47 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: scotg.net
Super Mac
Virginia Tech's "Big Mac" supercomputer cluster, built with 1,100 Power Mac G5s, officially ranks third among the world's 500 most...
22:56:25 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: G'day Cobbers
Supreme Court Declines to Stay Madster Injunction
Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens, upon review of the Johnny Deep-Madster vs. RIAA case declined the petition to permit the company to startup operations again. Had the stay been granted, Madster would have been allowed to resume operations until the Supreme Court decides whether or not it wi...
22:48:21 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Cybergrass Bluegrass Copyright News
CEP Codebase Released on SourceForge
It is official. Core Enterprise PHP (cep) has been released to the world under the OSI approved PHP license.
22:06:38 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Jackson Miller
event
Simple event framework
22:01:42 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: RAA
Final Requests for Max 3.1
OK, Vasper has mentioned that BeOS Max v3.1 would be the LAST version that he puts together and now he...
21:45:32 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: BeGroovy
Nanowrimo
So I'm off to an okay start. I made it to 10,058 words tonight. My goal was 10,000. Tomorrows goal...
21:37:31 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Eclectic Hope
Starship Fight
An old-school shooter somewhat like the original Star Soldier.
21:33:28 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Ballistic Zen - Downloads
Observations on my new PowerBook
Three years ago I bought my first PowerBook: A top of the line Pismo. I spent $4600.00 on it, including a VST expansion drive and CD burner. It was the best Powerbook in the world at the time, and I loved it. I took it everywhere I went, and on trips to Japan, Italy, France, Spain, the Mediterranean, Greece and Turkey. But it was big, heavy, and the screen was not very bright. The body was all plastic so it wasn't very rigid either. And it got hot. Very hot. Making it...
21:31:42 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: http://blog.pmachine.com/
Song of the Day: Commercial for Levi by Placebo
(Rock)
21:28:05 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: DailyTunes.com
Ooh!
:D...
21:24:25 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: edible.nu
Light Unit
This is a fun little game that plays very much like Gradius does.
21:23:24 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Ballistic Zen - Downloads
3 Great Movies
I've seen 3 great movies recently... 1: The Magdalene Sisters Great movie. There's nothing more fun than a bunch of evil nuns torturing hot chicks. Absolute power corrupts, especially when it involves religion. 2: Thirteen Great movie demonstrating the effects...
21:05:10 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Cocoatech: Weblog
The Money Map
Here's a map that shows where the money comes from. Have fun looking at it with different parameters.
20:59:19 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Hot Feet
VajraVanish
A nice mecha-based shooting game that looks very slick. The controls in this game are a little different from the normal Japanese style - the arrow keys move, 1 is fire, 2 is bomb. Press alt+f4 to quit.
20:56:58 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Ballistic Zen - Downloads
Genocide Circuit
This is the first game in the Genocide Circuit series, and it's also an H-shooter. It's got a time attack and a regular mode. It's easier than Genocide Circuit 2, but quite a bit of fun.
20:45:40 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Ballistic Zen - Downloads
Genocide Circuit 2
This is a very tough shooter, and the better you do, the more backgrounds you earn. All of the backgrounds are hentai, in one way or another, so this game isn't for kids.
20:41:25 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Ballistic Zen - Downloads
Home from the rink...
With not much to say. It's probably not really for lack of words, but more for lack of enthusiasm. I...
20:22:27 November 15, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: e-grrl.org