Komodo IDE 4 shipped! Finally! Enjoy!
The dojo folks are working on a toolkit to allow offline use of web apps. It’s starting, interestingly, with a set of mockups. Worth looking at.
As a followup to my previous post on the topic of Flickr backups, I thought I’d mention that I’ve been working on such a tool (written in Python) since all of the GUI-based apps I found didn’t deal well with… Continue Reading
The icons above correspond to the applications I use to get information: podcasts (iTunes), email and the web (Firefox), email and source code changes (Thunderbird), IRC conversations (Colloquy), instant messaging (Adium), and blogs (NetNewsWire). (Then there’s meatspace information channels like… Continue Reading
I keep going back to this picture I took over christmas, so i figured I’d share.
You end up with licenses that read like: CASUAL USE BY USERS NOT TRAINED IN STATISTICS, OR BY USERS NOT SUPERVISED BY PERSONS TRAINED IN STATISTICS, MUST BE AVOIDED. USERS MUST BE TRAINED AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE TO LEARN TO… Continue Reading
I’m experimenting with a new way of displaying my public photos on this site, so I hope I don’t mess up the blog bit.
One of the things people often say about Canadians is that they’re kind and polite. That’s true as a rule, but in some cases it’s also true in exceptional circumstances. We came back from a two-week vacation to find that… Continue Reading
Oh lazyweb: Does anyone know of a working incremental flickr backup system? I have used Net::Flickr::Backup once (after much fighting with Perl), but it hasn’t been updated to work with the new Net::Flickr::API, IIRC. The GUI apps that I’ve seen… Continue Reading