Momma Says Spock You OUT.
For lo, Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination is currently running and is eminently check-out-able. (CrunchGear has pictures to prove it.)
If you’re looking for something to while away a Wednesday afternoon, you could do far worse than the following photosets on Flickr: Understanding art for geeks and Andy Ihnatko’s awesome behind-the-scenes tour of Alcatraz. Well worth your time, both of ‘em.
As I wended my way home last night, I was listening to this “week’s” FLOSS Weekly and just about had to pull my car to the side of the road, due to my sheer astonishment. Leo and Randal had a developer on who was promoting Seaside, a web development framework for Smalltalk (particularly the Squeak [...]
Awww yeah. Our copies arrived at work this morning — this is my first official post from a newly-Leopardized Mac Pro. I’m about to give Bootcamp a spin and my Applications folder is near-pristine, so I’ve lots of work to do. Onward, upward and Leopard. W00t!
Before I begin, I should admit to a bit of personal Grammar Naziism; that is to say, I generally have little tolerance for people who don’t take the time to learn to use proper punctuation, spelling and grammar and thus inflict linguistic atrocities upon those of us that do care about such matters. Thus it [...]
Okay, so y’all did see the coverage of Apple’s little shindig yesterday where they announced New iPod Nanos with screen rezzes equivalent to the iPod Video iPod “Classics” featuring 80GB and 160(!)GB capacities The friggin’ iPod “Touch”, otherwise known as “iPhone Without The Phone Part” And a $200 drop on the iPhone’s previously astronomical pricetag [...]
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