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Monolingual strikes again

09/17/08 | by Adam | Categories: Macintosh
Regular readers of this blog will remember a run in a few months ago with a tool called Monolingual that carefully destroyed a fair number of software installs on my Mac. I thought I'd fixed all of the problems. Not quite; I just found another case.… more »
 

Radio Adam foobared

09/16/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology, Macintosh
Yesterday I updated Radio Adam to use the newest iTunes since it had been working appropriately on my other systems. Part of the install requires a reboot of the system which I didn't think much of at the time. When everything came back up, I restarted… more »
 

Geekcercise

09/06/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology, Silly
Another fine Joy Of Tech. more »
 

The Register reviews Nokia's best business phone to date

09/02/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology, Silly
Fun little article from the UK's Register which reviews the best of the Nokia phones currently on the market. I have one of them! more »
 

Profitability in the wireless telco world (Rogers Edition)

08/30/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology
37% net profit. Not bad at all. (Via Michael Geist) (And look at the comments on Geist's site; there's one that can be summed up as "don't blame corporations for being greedy; it's their nature." Problem is that it's meant as exculpation, not… more »
 

In space, no one wants to hear you burp

08/26/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology
Carbonated drinks in space are a no-no: One of the items the astronauts might like to have when they are on orbit is soda, or carbonated beverages. Many years back, they decided to fly the soft drink Coca Cola® on the shuttle. First, it had to be… more »
 

Greatest video evar!

08/14/08 | by Adam | Categories: Silly, YouTube
Beaker from the Muppets does all of the parts of Ode to Joy solo. I can't find words to emphasize how good this is. more »
 

US Customs/DHS have the right to seize laptops at the border

08/01/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology
Well, it's been an unofficial option for the American customs for a while now but its documented: they can take your laptop, or anything else, for no reason at all, forever, and disclose anything they find to anyone they feel like: That's a remarkably… more »
 

Yahoo cans their DRM music store

07/29/08 | by Adam | Categories: Copyright
Well, looks like the music industry is demonstrating once again as to why DRM is a bad idea for pretty much everyone involved. (Via BoingBoing) more »
 

GPS location and real arrival times for buses

07/28/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology
Oh, why couldn't we have this on Calgary transit? Given their propensity for running early, running extremely late or not being run at all in -30 degree weather, I would truly love to know when a bus is going to reach my stop. The current… more »
 

Reuse versus replacement

07/27/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology
Link is to an interesting article on the difference between sunk energy values versus sunk economic ones when it comes to buildings. One of the major discussions over environmentally-friendly changes is whether or not the net result is better. In any… more »
 

Recording and geotagging car accidents

07/26/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology
Functionally this devices serves a similar purpose to a police car dashmount: it records what's going on around a period of interest. Having been involved in a collision, my first reaction on being hit was "What just happened?" shortly after the world… more »
 

Wired on Facebook

07/24/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology
Wired has an article commenting on how Facebook is inappropriate for business. I entirely agree; that's why there's also LinkedIn. Similar concept, similar implementation, totally different attitude. You don't tend to mix personal and business in your… more »
 

Ooops

07/23/08 | by Adam | Categories: Macintosh
Recently my preferred OSX-based RSS newsreader, NewsFire, stopped pulling down new articles. I couldn't find anything wrong with its configuration nor was there any apparent problem reported on the net. It seemed to work fine: it would check for… more »
 

Four Minutes

07/22/08 | by Adam | Categories: Technology
According to current studies, the average time for an unhardened Windows PC on the net to be infiltrated is four minutes. It's not actually enough time to download a patch. The linked-to test didn't actually use a Windows box but one that emulated… more »
 

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