Category Archives: Software
January 26, 2010
December 11, 2009
I could totally see myself loading up my tablet PC with a whole bunch of digital content like this before I got on a plane.
July 18, 2009
So, After a couple weeks of extremely slow Firefox usage I’m finally switching over to Safari 4.0.2. Their newest update really is quick and the layout of the window is a little better than their beta, specifically how the tabs are below the address bar instead of above the address bar. And for all of [...]
June 21, 2009
I just jailbroke my phone last night, but the experience was far from smooth. I jailbroke my phone 3 times, and the first 2 times my phone couldn’t get any service form AT&T. I’m posting this tutorial thread to help others overcome any of the same issues that I had. Step 1 Download PwnageTool from [...]
June 8, 2009
Highlights from WWDC 2009 Keynote: iPhone OS 3.0 available worldwide June 17th My weapon of choice this year for the Keynote stream was http://www.macrumorslive.com. They have a good stream text feed, and an even better streaming pictures feed. The pictures updated more often than the text, and I wouldn’t be surprised if they caught every [...]
April 8, 2009
Managing Humans: Biting and Humorous Tales of a Software Engineering Manager, by Michael Lopp, is a book that derives from Lopp’s personal experience at Apple, Netscape, Symantec, and Borland. The book is written from the perspective of a fictional character, Rands, who takes you through multiple semi-fictional stories that complement the lessons in the book. [...]
February 3, 2009
Just got back from a great dinner at Black Bottle in Seattle. In attendance were some members of the WPF and Silverlight community. Topics of discussion involved Silverlight, Live Mesh, MIX09 (and reminiscing of previous MIX adventures), Surface, Maya 3D software, and some WPF talk mixed in there. Lots of great topics. There’s never a [...]
January 31, 2009
There’s an interactive game on YouTube that utilizes the new integrated advertising feature to play a 30 level game. Test it out, see if you like it. Not the greatest experience because it’s on YouTube but it’s still pretty unique… The game starts below, with level one.
January 28, 2009
Looks like the Microsoft Surface unit is going to be a key player in helping the security team stay organized on Super Bowl Sunday. Credit goes to Microsoft, E-SPONDER, and Infusion. Microsoft supplies the Surface unit, E-SPONDER supplied the connections to the security data network, and Infusion Development provided the Falcon Eye technology (the software [...]
November 21, 2008
There’s a great post by Milind over at Smoking Apples on remotely managing your torrents from your iPhone/iPod Touch. It’s a very complete step-by-step article. Note that this is only for the Transmission torrent client (which is the one I use).