Georgia, it seems, may finally have reason to celebrate after what’s been a tough few weeks for the former Soviet nation. A revised tally of the 2008 Olympic gold medal count, which adjusts the tally according to carbon emissions, puts Georgia at the top of the rankings, well ahead of its nemesis, Russia. Jamaica, Ethiopia, Read more about Gold, Silver, Bronze, Carbon[…]
Macs are increasing their share of the personal computing market, and Aussies are leading the charge: in the last quarter, Mac sales grew at a whopping 52% in Australia. Overall, Macs are still way behind, at about 3.5% of the global market. But apparently that’s double what it was five years ago.
It’s been just over a year since Xander was born, and I can quite honestly say it’s been the most fulfilling year of my life so far. Parenthood is everything they say it is: tiring, rewarding, sometimes difficult, but ultimately truly wonderful. To me the year seems to have passed fairly quickly, although it’s been Read more about A year of parenthood[…]
The TransLink go card system is broken, but not for the reasons Ben points out, or at least not mainly for that reason. It’s broken because the machines are too often not working (on the buses, anyway). That means that I, and thousands of other passengers each day, score free trips. Already this week, I’ve Read more about TransLink go card: I’m ahead[…]
Drag an image to the blog entry you’re composing in TextMate, and it uploads the image to your weblog and inserts the resulting URL into your blog post. Like this. Cool.
TextMate seems to be recommended by just about every Mac-oriented programming site out there. So I bought it a few weeks ago. For 33.15 EUR. It rocks. Oh, and this post was made from within TextMate.