Posted December 4th, 2014 @ 01:52pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Posted December 3rd, 2014 @ 01:25pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Posted December 2nd, 2014 @ 01:08pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Posted December 1st, 2014 @ 08:46am by Erik J. Barzeski
I've had this issue for years.
I have a Finder window with tabs showing. Sometimes it's just one tab ("Downloads"), sometimes it's two or three. Rarely is it ever more than one window.
I leave them minimized almost all the time.
When I reboot, they'll still be in the Dock. When I click them, they'll zoom out of the Dock, and then immediately vanish. They're still listed in the "Window" menu, but you cannot "get" to them at all.
killall Finder brings them back after the Finder re-launches.
Why can't they just work the first time? I don't know. I've tried deleting the saved state, the finder.plist, and other things along the way. Nothing seems to work.
Posted November 30th, 2014 @ 03:26pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Posted November 29th, 2014 @ 12:46pm by Erik J. Barzeski
The image file is here:
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And from InformationIsBeautiful.net, 78 Cocktails Every Bar Person Should Know.
Posted November 28th, 2014 @ 12:44pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Dave and I each have one of these things coming.
It supposedly sounds really good, so… Yeah. I really have almost no actual use for a speaker. Maybe I can use it as a PA system or something when I give a talk. A bluetooth microphone would be all that's needed, I think.
Posted November 27th, 2014 @ 12:40pm by Erik J. Barzeski
As Tim Cook said, people like their credit cards. They're reasonably secure, they provide a record for billing, they offer rewards and points if used responsibly, they're easy to use, etc.
CurrentC or MCX is none of those things.
Posted November 26th, 2014 @ 12:37pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Posted November 25th, 2014 @ 12:29pm by Erik J. Barzeski
You can now Deregister and Turn Off iMessage if you switch to Android or something…
Posted November 24th, 2014 @ 03:28pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Twice over the past three months I've awoken to find that my computer had set opened too many files. One time it essentially corrupted my Mail (I had to "restore" old accounts from Time Machine because Mail had lost track of all the accounts - the emails themselves were still there, of course), and the other time only minor things happened, but who knows if I caught them all?
- Open Files Limit
- Yosemite Upgrade Changes Open File Limit | Yabfog
- ulimit - Open files limit does not work as before in OSX Yosemite - Super User
- osx - OS X Yosemite - Too many files open - Super User
I believe I've bumped the open file limit successfully. It seems pretty low, particularly considering:
[12:33pm iacas@Bunny:~] % ofc Safari 3920
alias ofc 'lsof | grep \!:1 | wc -l'
That's with six Safari tabs open currently, and Safari having gone about 12 hours since last being quit and re-launched.
Safari is, by far, the worst abuser of open files.
Posted November 23rd, 2014 @ 12:25pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Posted November 22nd, 2014 @ 12:20pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Unfortunately, you still have no clue what your foreground and background colors are…
Posted November 21st, 2014 @ 12:13pm by Erik J. Barzeski
Let me say that again: statistical analysis (that we in the public are aware of) takes the most important element of the sport, and ignores it.
It's like having Newtonian physics without relativity and quantum mechanics. There's a lot you can do with Newtonian physics, but at the extremes, it begins to break down, because it is ignoring some deeper, more fundamental truths.
If you're a team that relies on constructing its roster using such statistical analysis, what mistakes are you making by ignoring the most important part of the game?
Posted November 20th, 2014 @ 12:12pm by Erik J. Barzeski
- A $50 million penalty for breach of confidentiality per occurrence.
- No manufacturing processes could be modified by GTAT without Apple’s prior consent but GTAT must immediately implement Apple’s suggestions.
- GTAT must fulfill any purchase order placed by Apple on the date selected by Apple or purchase substitute goods at GTAT’s expense.
When you are as big as Apple, you get to be a bully.