Might I have a quick look
This is a story all about how my life didn't get twist-turned upside down. And I'd like to take some minutes to sit right here, tell you how I became the king of this Apple macbook air.
Kidding! I just didn't want to use "here" to rhyme with "here". That's so …
1 Fret not yourself because of evildoers, neither be you envious against the workers of iniquity.
2 For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, and wither as the green herb.
3 Trust in the LORD, and do good; so shall you dwell in the land, and truly you shall…
I remember when I was in college, around either amaroK 1.2 or 1.3 release time, when I first found out about (and was invited to) the amarok dev channel. I don't remember exactlty why, but muesli let me in on the secret. Maybe it was because I was helping out with the docs, or ma…
Things I learned about Xcode today
There are two ways to include files in your project that guarantees compilation. Only one of these ways should be used at a time.
Recipe for World Domination
After having a talk with aseigo today I have been lulled out of my ill-deserved slumber. So let's try something and see where this goes...
Step 1: Collate an actual list of all KDE's dependencies (Techbase).
Step 2: Find out which are actually used for functionality on OS X …
I like my fonts antialiased, and one thing that has continually bothered me is Xcode's lack of antialiasing in its
code editor. To gain this "feature" I had to go to the Xcode Preferences window, then to the Fonts and Colors section.
Click on the font and either change it to another fixed width font, or increase the size of Monaco to be greater than 10.
For some reason, even if it's set in System Preferences, Monaco at 10 point or lower is not antialiased (except for in
the Terminal, which has its own antialiasing setting).