I ran into a problem following these Apple Knowledge Base instructions for iDVD ’08: Creating an autoplay DVD – this is what I ended up doing to get an autoplaying DVD.
Can’t recommend Portal 2 highly enough – here’s a couple of related links…
A 1950’s US Navy training film about mechanical computers and their use in gun aiming on ships, and a paper computer for calculating Nuclear Bomb Effects
An SVN post-commit hook shell script to copy the log message and revision number to the clipboard (o
After a commit to my local development Subversion repository, I like to add the message from the commit and revision number as a note to the current entry in my time-tracking app, so I whipped up a quick shell script to grab that info as a post-commit hook and copy it the clipboard ready to be pasted.
Which brings me to this question: If you hired a security guard to watch your house, and 10 years later your neighbors said, “Hey, several times now dudes have tried to steal your shit, but we came over and stopped them each time after your security guy let them through,” would you continue to employ him? Especially if every time you tried to enter your house, he grabbed your nuts and took naked pictures of your wife?
Olly Moss’s “take on the original Star Wars” film posters.
It may be possible as I’ve come across something that Internet Explorer does better than any other web browser…
A serious project looking at using optical tracking (digital cameras) and lasers to zap disease-bearing mosquitos out of the air in mid-flight.
A collection of a few of the widely perceived negative aspects of announcements about the new Windows mobile OS. Personally I don’t see a most of these as being bad things, but I do find it funny that all the points below are (or have been) criticisms of the iPhone.
Re-visiting culturally ingrained movies and creating posters for them.