Monthly Archives: July 2006

ClickTale

ClickTale shows you the full story: every mouse movement, every click and every scrolling action. By using ClickTale you will gain insights that will improve your website’s usability, enhance navigation, and increase effectiveness. http://www.clicktale.com/ Something that looks scarily like my Open … Continue reading

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Microsoft's Eolas ActiveX Patch For IE Sometimes Breaks JavaScript Workaround

It was a long time coming, but on Feb 28 2006, Microsoft released a patch (KB912945) for the Eolas patent dispute that “breaks” Active X in Internet Explorer, which includes Flash on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. This only … Continue reading

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MetaWrap JavaScript Cluster/Grid

This is not an April Fools post – although when you get to the end of it you may wonder. As a proof of concept of the MetaWrap Apache_mod interface I’m going to write something that distributes grid tasks to web browsers … Continue reading

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Grid Envy

I was in the middle of building something like this as a demo for my XML storage server, looks like several people beat me to it. Looks like they applied for a patent only to find that there is lots of … Continue reading

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MetaWrap TimeConverter, Build 6

This is no longer the latest version. Click Here To Find The Latest Here (download) is the latest version (Build 6) of the MetaWrap time converter which replaces the previous version (Build 5) Un-install instructions here. This build fixes some … Continue reading

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MetaWrap TimeConverter, Build 5

This is no longer the latest version. Click Here To Find The Latest Here (download) is the latest version (Build 5) of the MetaWrap time converter which replaces the previous version (Build 4) Un-install instructions here. This build fixes some … Continue reading

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I have a 4 Colour Pen, Fear Me Now

On the topic of how we do our thinking/wire-framing/documentation, in a wonderful thread in Leisa Reichelt’s blog…. Also here in a thread on UML vs Nothing and a post from Melissa Firth‘s shiny fresh new blog that mentions UML being used to outline the narrative of a … Continue reading

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Why Transcendental Compression Is Impossible

By “Transcendental Compression”, I mean the concept of taking p or e or, root 2, any of the Transcendental Numbers or functions and using some part of the sequence of its digits as a dictionary for tokens in a compression algorithm. … Continue reading

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Real DJs Code Live

Interesting and cool wired article. How times have changed. I was doing this in the 80’s and 90’s using Amigas and later with PCs. Creating VJ demos and tweaking mod-tracker code between sets while in state of ‘inspiration’ :) Most people … Continue reading

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"I've Seen The Future, And It's Not Fax-Rock"

I think this was the best review we ever got. In 1994 – before the internet broke as a story, before the media had made the link between the internet and music, Clan Analogue performed at the Big Day Out in a small … Continue reading

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