Posted by Jaime | Posted in Tip | Posted on 28-09-2011
On the Mac OS, if you need to know what files are open and by what application and on what disk, you can use the lsof command in Terminal.
Pair that command with grep and you can isolate things like this:
lsof | grep "Snow Leopard"
This will show you what files are open that have “Snow Leopard” in the name.
Posted by Jaime | Posted in Funny, Not-so-funny | Posted on 27-09-2011
This is a very funny video on how a video game should not be implemented:
Posted by Jaime | Posted in What's New | Posted on 27-09-2011
A while ago I blogged about WebGL.
There are some really cool implementations of this technology at chromeexperiments.com, with a really cool demo of a water simulation and a cute video game.
Thanks to altdevblogaday.com for blogging about this!
Posted by Jaime | Posted in Tip | Posted on 22-09-2011
Cool command line I can run from DTerm on the contents in my clipboard, outputted from Xcode:
This command will take my clipboard contents, which were originally created from Xcode, pass that to the c++filt command and then create a new file in TextMate with the resulting contents.
Posted by Jaime | Posted in What's New | Posted on 21-09-2011
This is really something! I did not think that this was even possible.
A really good presentation is given by… a kid… about why he loves his 3D printer: http://store.makerbot.com/thing-o-matic-kit-mk7.html
Some of the really cools things that are made with 3D printers can be viewed at: http://www.thingiverse.com/
Posted by Jaime | Posted in Tip | Posted on 01-09-2011
Thanks to my co-worker, I read this really useful article on how to disable a CPU core on Windows without having to use the BIOS: http://solidlystated.com/software/how-to-disable-a-cpu-core/