Another ITlab'er is leaving for a job at Digital Domain. The interview process going to be soooo much fun.
Anyone interested in a fun, Open Source friendly job, in the beautiful city of Charleston, please drop me an email.
Starting a push at work to remove NS 4.x as the "standard" browser. May it rest in peace.
Saw AOTC on IMAX yesterday. You could see lots of pixelation on some scenes, but overall the transfer was good. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that it was different edit that the theatrical release.
What kind of deal did Apple make with MS to ship this abomination?
Maybe it's a good thing, even at the cost of slowed development on my "favored" platforms.
Digging around to see if an app. had been ported to Gnome2 yet, I made a somewhat disheartening discovery. It seems to me that the we are loosing way to many good development cycles to work on applications for the OSX platform.
I'm not saying OSX isn't a great environment, I just think we should think really hard at the reasons to enhance/develop applications for propriatary platforms vs open platforms.
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Taking the dog for a walk the other day...
I see 2 Highschool age guys in a front yard.
They had a:
I sensed trouble, so I stop and ask "What's up?".
One of the fellows
gives me a strange look and says "School project, yeah
school project, that's right".
Wanting no part of this, I hurry along with my dog
Needless to say, I eagerly awaited the 11:00pm news for a report.
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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