The fine folks at Engadget bring word that the installation of Windows XP on an Intel-powered Mac has been verified, generating $13,000 of prize money for the winner, narf2006. It sounds like extensive hacking was involved, so it is by no means ready for the public, but it should provide a starting point from which developers can build an open source project to spread the love. More info to be posted on the official site.
Archives for March 2006
Selenium IDE is a Firefox extension that is a “very easy to use and powerful tool for controlling, automating or testing web sites. If there is any repetitive or predictable task that you are always doing in your browser why not let the Selenium IDE handle it for you.”
Cindy, one of the cool folks I met at SXSW Interactive this year, posted this great shot of Guy and me drinking at the opening party held by Frog. Guy and I had each snagged a beer for the other without knowing it – so, two beers for each of us! Note the intricately placed happy face sticker on my head – I’m approchable!
For those folks headed to SXSW Interactive who would like to meet up, here’s a pic of me so you’ll know what I look like. Feel free to come up and introduce yourself. There’s no reason to wander around the conference by yourself!
Quick Note: It appears that I just barely missed the deadline to put this on my badge, so the photos won’t match.
The National Archives provides an amazing resource in their new site the Charters of Freedom. High-resolution images of key U.S. historical documents have been made available to the world, including the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the United States. Beautiful. Simply beautiful.
Netflix Freak is a neat little OS X app that provides an amazing interface to Netflix that is far more powerful than that available via the Web site.