Month: February 2009
Seagull Originally uploaded by Click Clack MA This amateur photographer does great work with his Nikon D40. Looking over his shots you can tell that he definitely has a knack for taking great shots.
Jaime and the SPR Originally uploaded by 762×51 This is one hell of a rifle and it would be perfect if it had a Nikon Monarch X rifle scope mounted on it 🙂
Recently I worked on a project that had a NIB and XIB in it and for some strange reason I was getting a EXC_BAD_ACCESS error message in GDB with NSPopAutoReleasepool being the culprit. The best part about the problem was that the only indicator I had for the call stack was was four question marks […]
DSC_0071 Originally uploaded by Avid Image Going over some images I found this one that I took while I was out in San Francisco last year for the WWDC. This is a good shot taken with a Nikon D60.
I’m currently working on a website and like any website, it needs graphics. I was checking out some websites that have awesome icons, like CruxTech and Panic and I envy the cool tools that exist for Windows for making icons. One of those programs is Axialis IconWorkshop. This Windows only application looks really cool and appears to […]
I think it was a sign. I should have know that this was how my day was going to begin. I started up my Xbox 360 and I got the red rings of death. This is not the first time this has happened to me, but I’m especially pissed since this was Microsoft’s idea of […]
In a previous posting, I had listing all of the applications you would need to decrypt and encrypt email messages in Apple Mail. However, I did find that after moving up to Mac OS X 10.5.6, I was unable to decrypt messages delivered from certain mail servers. I could decrypt the messages by hand, but […]