To enter in 1:30 I'll often (almost always) type "90." I also like multiples of nine, so I often type 36, 45, 54, or 63 instead of the more normal versions (30, 60). Sometimes I even put in 99 because it's more efficient - I don't have to move my finger to hit the 0.
Posted September 3rd, 2012 @ 08:26pm by Erik J. Barzeski
So I'm going to the UK (Scotland) in a month or so and need a power adapter plug. I'll only be taking a few electronics - my MacBook Air (45W power brick, can take 240V) and maybe my battery charger for my camera.
What should I get? I believe I can get away with just an adapter, and don't need a converter, but which one? I don't need all of Europe - I'm just going to Scotland - but there are many choices on Amazon.
Anyone done any travel and can recommend something? Your help is appreciated.
Posted August 31st, 2012 @ 05:52pm by Erik J. Barzeski
That's a nice video from this page on the PDGA.com site. You must maintain and "demonstrate balance" before moving forward of your marker when "putting" (shots within 10m of the basket) in disc golf.
Currently Disc Golf rules are much simpler than the Rules of Golf, but the USGA should create some videos like that one (maybe a bit less cheesy, but informative just the same). That'd be a swell idea.
Posted August 27th, 2012 @ 11:30am by Erik J. Barzeski
Intermittently I get an issue with Aperture (3.3.2) hanging on launch. The cause? A bad symlink within the application bundle. It typically fails with a 8/27/12 11:20:33.797 am Aperture: *** -[NSURL initFileURLWithPath:]: nil string parameter and I remember an Adium beta failed similarly.
I'll chalk this up to bit rot at files copied over from my previous Mac Pro, BUT it's happened at least twice with Aperture, and so I keep the 3.3.2 updater around as well as a copy of 3.3.1.