Shameless Contest Entry →
Scott Bourne is giving away a Drobo on the Managing Your Digital Life blog. Seeing as I am one of the few folks left who apparently doesn’t have a Drobo, I’m following the rules and entering the contest. That said, MYDL is pretty interesting.
AppViz - Ideaswarm →
SMC: The State Machine Compiler →
Hacker News | What's the best way to stay in a... →
Canadian Photography Laws (Ambientlight.ca) →
SourceForge.net: Supybot →
smuxi - Smart MUltipleXed Irc →
Saved for my own reference as much as anything. I was having a problem this morning on my Ubuntu x86-64 where I was getting nothing but a spinning cursor (the busy cursor) where I should have seen gdm. The problem was the HAL daemon (hald) wasn’t starting and I couldn’t figure out why. After digging through several bugs, this gem presented itself, and I tried the changed gdm script. It didn’t fix...
IconDock - The Art of Stock Icons →
Having a good program manager is one of the secret formulas to making really...– How to be a program manager - Joel on Software
(via Jack Shedd)
Everything is negotiable. Except physics.– rands (via 43folders)
If the universe was found to be finite or infinite, either discovery would be...– Christopher Hitchens (via mrgan) (via 43folders)
Top 10 Screensavers for the 21st Century →
In the decades before 9/11, why did the airlines fight every security measure...– Schneier on Security: Perverse Security Incentives (via lkm)
After an excessive amount of time, I’ve released MIME::Types 1.16. The primary purpose of this release is compatibility with Ruby 1.9.1, but I haven’t ignored the latest IANA registered types. I have also picked up a few other types that others submitted as patches and scanned through the latest version (1.27) of the Perl MIME::Types library. MIME::Types for Ruby allows for the identification of...