I usually reserve this kind of wall of text for my poor coworkers but not today. Share the pain!

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Journler(Again) and Mavericks

Posted by: Chris Ravenscroft 7 months, 3 weeks ago

As you may have noticed if using this app, any interaction with Spotlight now causes a crash. For instance, dragging a file to Journler means that it will try to display a preview of this file and if it is not sure what type the file is, it attempts to delegate this task to Spotlight and...scene!

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I was reading Yossi Kreinin's quick'n fun way to implement coroutines in C and, as an embedded development architect, was a bit saddened by the -- necessary -- use of assembly code to manage a separate stack.

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The symptom is pretty simple: you click the 'Memonic' extension icon and nothing happens. This patch aims to fix this behavior.

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Need some work ambiance that's not just pure white noise? 
The web delivers!

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Blocking freeloader ISP's IP block

Posted by: Chris Ravenscroft in business 1 year, 8 months ago

So, it appears that some ISPs are definitely into freeloading. Well, if you asked them, on an seemingly unrelated topic, I am sure that they would tell you how they are actually the good guys and Google, etc. are the freeloaders (the old "content providers" should pay for part of our infrastructure argument)

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SublimeText as a minimal IDE for Scala

Posted by: Chris Ravenscroft 1 year, 9 months ago

Well, the Coursera "Functional Programming Principles in Scala" class was a success. Both Tom Chappell and I really enjoyed it. However, I've never much liked Eclipse as an IDE. Here is how I am using Sublime Text 2 instead.

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It's Journler...Again!

Posted by: Chris Ravenscroft in Uncategorized 1 year, 11 months ago

It's Journler...Again!

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Note: an improved, cleaned up version of this post is available on the Hypergrid Business website.

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As niche posts go, I think this one may take the cake since it is about my experience installing Parallel 7's tools in a Chakra Linux guest (of the venerable Arch family)

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