Recently, Facetime on my work laptop stopped working properly. Even with the correct ID and password, the app would “verify” my account but then refuse to activate Facetime. Instead I would get this error: The registering device does not have appropriate credentials Thanks to this post: http://porkrind.org/missives/imessage-on-mac-os-x-not-working/ I learned that a simple “killall imagent” command […]
Seoul, Korea 2011, a set on Flickr. Photos from my recent trip to Korea.
For the fall semester, Mumblings on KANM will air on Wednesdays from 6–8pm Central Time. Info: dj mumbler on facebook Listen: http://kanm.org 1580AM Campus Cable TV channel 88 Tune in tonight!
So crisp and clean! I have been a Google Reader for a good while now and I think it is a very fine web application. It does what I expect it to do and it does it well. It is utilitarian. It is useful. I use it daily. But now, I find it even more […]
Let this be a lesson to you. Do not store electronics with the battery inside. My minidisc recorder had a battery leak and now it is broken. If you plan on storing something for a while, remove the battery before placing in storage. RTFM, my friends. RTFM. And, also, follow your own advice.
Bronta Scorpio, from dubstepforum.com, has included my track “Worldwide” in a mix! Dubstepforum Underground Producers Mix by Bronta Scorpio http://dubstepforum.com/viewtopic.php?p=1221461&highlight=#1221461
I learned a new web trick today. Apparently, Photoshop’s inability to save PNG-8 with alpha transparency is not a limitation of PNG-8 but a limitation in Photoshop. For years, I have been operating under the assumption that I need to use PNG-24 to achieve transparency effects in my web projects. This is usually a compromise […]
Here’s another band who I successfully ignored for a long time. Now I can’t get this song out of my head…
I am still trying to wrap my head around this amazing development. Through the numbing fog of cynicism and despite a generalized suspicion of politics, I was genuinely moved when Barack Obama gave his acceptance speech. It really does feel monumental and historic. What happened in CA with Prop (h)8, though? Lame.
The NY Times has published a column in its Bits Blog that summarizes the evolution of Facebook’s Beacon advertising program. I think that it is more revealing than focusing on the backlash or petitions to actually examine the program itself, along with the supposed improvements made by Facebook along the way. The column does a […]