The Mac OS X speed FAQ is impressive in its comprehensive glory. I need to look through it to see if I can speed up Sarah’s Powerbook which has been running slow of late.
Archives for July 2005
ThinkGeek is selling a new board game called Polarity, a strategy game that utilizes hovering magnetic discs. While I have a natural inclination to compare it to Pente or Othello, the game play promises a unique experience:
Utilizing the forces of magnetism, players take turns placing hovering magnetic discs on the board in order to impose chaos on their opponent. This chaos, which causes discs that are in play to come together in a flash of magnetic frenzy, results in scoring opportunities. Stacks of more than one disc (towers) are counted as points and the player with the most points at the end of a game wins. Those are the basics.
Pamela, thanks for the heads-up. Time to batten down the hatches.
Jeff Croft asks “Which GUI OS X text editor do you prefer for HTML/CSS/JS development?” I’m noting it for the day that I get a home computer that is strong enough for development work.
Django | The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines – “Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.”
PHP Filters – “A collection of easy to include PHP functions that sanitize user inputs.”
Postings have been sparse of late. Yeah, I know that is a statement of the obvious, but I said it anyway. Now that Sarah and I are in the new house (woohoo!), mostly moved in and settled-down, I plan to pick up some of my projects once more. I’ll be a good bit more active on this Interweb thing too. With my shorter commute, I am regaining an hour (or more) of personal time. Life is grand.
Okay, I don’t have any other excuses, but I like the post title, so we’ll pretend that I waxed poetic about the reasons I haven’t posted in a while. Right? Right.
Watch the sky for the next missive.