Monthly Archives: November 2010
I have a problem where my neighbors wireless routers are causing too much interference with my own home network. I found a tool for the Mac OS on http://www.istumbler.net/ that actually shows you all of the nearby networks and what channel they are on so you can change yours to one they are not on. […]
Thanks to the same co-worker who showed us Kick Ass!: nail clippers are bad, umm-kay!
Thanks to my co-worker for pointing out this cool HTML trick: Kick Ass!
Thanks to my wife who pointed this site out to me: http://www.blackfriday.info/
Sometimes when I’m looking at a build log, I don’t Xcode open or available for me to sift out all the text and highlight what I am looking for. In those instances, I have to turn to regular expressions to find any error code hidden in a really long build log. Here is a regular […]
Continuing my iPhone development, I had a hard time finding the default icon sizes.
This morning, I installed the update for Mac OS X 10.6.5. After the installer was done and my MacPro rebooted, my primary monitor no longer worked. I have a KVM that allows me to share a pair of Dell monitors, one 19 inch and a 24 inch, between my MacPro and my HP Z800 workstation. Once […]
If you haven’t noticed, Google’s AdWords are back.
iPhone development is not the same as Mac OS X development
This was posted at http://www-cs-faculty.stanford.edu/~uno/taocp.html Rewards The first finder of any error in my books receives 0x$1.00 ($2.56), deposited to their account at the Bank of San Serriffe; significant suggestions are also worth 0x$0.20 ($0.32) each. If you are really a careful reader, you may be able to recoup more than the cost of the […]