Thursday, July 24, 2008

I knew java was inefficient, but not THIS inefficient - garry's posterous

I knew java was inefficient, but not THIS inefficient - garry's posterous: "OS X is handling this millions of terabytes of virtual memory like a champ. Go Apple. You guys rock."

No iPhone for you!

Thought Kevin might enjoy this.

No iPhone for you!

Started tumbling

Here is my microblog.
(images may not display at LAC since they block media.tumblr.com)

Testing out all the biggies:
Twitter : http://twitter.com/shanelemon
Wordpress : http://shanelemon.wordpress.com/
Posterous : http://shanelemon.posterous.com/

tumblr is pretty sweet. nice interface for desktop and iphone. Add posts via email.
Wordpress is more a full featured blog.
Posterus is new, so not many features yet, but you can start blogging without signing up.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

iconic logo designers

Interesting site on famous logo designers.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Surprise, iPhone SDK also works on PowerPC Macs

This blog post points to a shareware tool that can be used to force the iPhone SDK to install on a PowerPC-based Mac.


15 Resources to get you Started Article.

Friday, July 11, 2008

PHP & Google Calendar

Here is an article on PHP manipulation of Google Calendar. Looks interesting!

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Pics of 'The Candy Store' I shot for my friend

The Candy Store [Pics]

Friday, May 30, 2008

Camera Hacks: Turn Your Point-and-Shoot into a Super-Camera

If you have a supported Canon point-and-shoot camera, you can hack it to do all sorts of new things, including shooting in RAW mode. Check out the post on Lifehacker. Looks pretty easy to do.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Google I/O

Google I/O is a Google developer conference in San Francisco taking place May 28-29.

"Over 80 in-depth, technical sessions on OpenSocial, Google App Engine, Android, Google Maps API, Google Web Toolkit, and more."

Registration is $400. $50 for students or teachers.

World’s smallest USB cell modem

Here's a New York Times story on connecting to the internet on-the-go with a cellular modem. Not the giant-sized cell modems that we've seen around here, but a little tiny USB cell modem. Looks cool. Expensive though. Don't know if they are available from any of the cell providers in Canada though.

Free Web developer docs from Google

Welcome - doctype - Google Code