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Archive for November, 2004

Shaddup Already

You know what's more annoying than seeing political advertisements on every TV channel? Being told to vote by every friggin' blog in the world. Shaddup already! I voted three weeks ago! Do you honestly think anyone is going to vote simply because they saw a "go vote!" post on a blog? Grrrr... Like Justin, I […]

Presidential Sports

I like this post from The Sand Trap .com: Both John Kerry and George W. Bush were asked the same question: If you could play one game of anything you wanted against your opponent, what would it be? How did they answer? Can you guess? Click and find out. Comment on that site if you […]

QotD: Dock

Question: Do you hate the Dock? My Answer: I wouldn't normally ask this question, as I kinda figured most people didn't mind the dock, but John says many dislike it: Many long-time Mac users consider the Dock to be the single worst interface change from the old Mac OS to Mac OS X. I’ve never […]


Wow. The Rasterbator can create some pretty amazing rasters. Upload an image and you'll get a PDF - 20, 84, 96, 100! pages - that you can print. I've sent a few images through the Rasterbator, and I'm seriously considering hitting a neighborhood Kinko's to have them printed. It's gotta be cheaper (and faster) than […]

Unnecessary Information

My mom forwarded me a message that contained a bunch of "unnecessary information." It is, indeed, but some of it is flat out wrong! See if you can't debunk a few of these puppies. I've gotten a few myself. Many years ago in Scotland, a new game was invented. It was ruled "Gentlemen Only… Ladies […]

QotD: Sexy Word

Question: If you had to select the sexiest word in the English language, what would you choose? My Answer: "sensuous" is nice, what with all that hissing going on. You are encouraged to answer the Question of the Day for yourself in the comments or on your blog.

Obj-C String Concat

Chris is looking for a better way to concatenate strings in Objective-C than the fairly cumbersome stringByAppendingString:. PHP uses the . (dot) operator. Of course, there's also [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@", someObj];. We've used that a few times in some of our apps.


You know, the reaction by people over Apple's apparent disabling of iPodDownload has been ridiculous to say the least. Oh my goodness, Apple stopped people from doing something you can easily do in the Terminal?! What's up with that! Oh, you mean that sometimes that software (iPD) made it too easy to steal music!? Why, […]