Archive for January, 2010|Monthly archive page
Grant Skinner sums up Namespaces once and for all:-
John Nack on Adobe – Sympathy for the Devil:-
And finally an excellent Open Letter from UnitZeroOne to Steve Jobs:-
Basic stuff here but a useful reference for me and maybe others nonetheless. This Terminal command will make the .svn hidden folders and files visible and hopefully as a consequence reduce any cross-project file conflicts arising from careless copy/pasting.
Enter this command in Terminal:
defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles YES
After running the command, you need to restart Finder. Do this by running the following command:
To undo this, repeat the above commands and switch the YES to a NO.
I just read a fascinating article whose link was posted by a twitter friend Dan_HDistinct. It’s called “Lab Rat: What Happens When You Unplug from Your Internet Addiction?” and it was written by Brittany Ancell on the 99% blog. It made me think that there is a lot to be gained with some downtime from constantly being online. I am always leaving my computer on and checking emails, working and browsing and I think I might try to be more focused about my time (when/if my work schedule calms down!). Have a read here.
New multi-touch and gesture APIs to be included in Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2.0. Read more here:-