Monthly Archives: May 2006

JavaScript Logger Inspired By The Amiga's Guru Meditation Error Message

I wrote about this a while ago, but.. long story short… I’m getting ready to record an epic screen-recording of my Macro-Recorder developed in JavaScript. It was clear that I needed the practice after the first test run. So here is a screen recording of me … Continue reading

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SGI Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy – Hopes to Trade Out Of It In 6 Months

Sad news for the ex-poster-child of everything that was cool about computers and the internet in the 90s. SGI Invented the OpenGL standard, which drove the development of the graphic card industry. That same industry made SGI’s expensive technology obsolete. … Continue reading

Posted in My Hardware, Nostalgia for Misspent Youth, Rants | 1 Comment

Google "Trends"

I played a little while with Google Trends. Seems that “sex” is a popular search term, especially where its hard to get http://www.google.com/trends?q=sex&ctab=0&date=all&geo=all Go figure.

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Most Impressive Technology Demo I Have Seen All Year – Logitech Quickcam Orbit MP

This post with video from the Make blog makes me feel like the future is here already 🙂 “I really like the new Logitech Quickcam Orbit MP – you can record videos and add live video effects and also use avatars. … Continue reading

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