When Luisa got an iBook, I was the guy to handle the data move from the PC Thunderbird over to the tightly-integrated Mail application in Mac OS X. The article Export Outlook @ MozillaZine Knowledge Base, I edited it. The docs were an illegible mess, but I got through them. I like wikis, and I […]
PyGoogle, a Google API wrapper for Python was made by Mark Pilgrim, and it looks so sweet I just exclaimed “aj, vad lÃ¤ckert”, at first misspelling the word, in a Danish fashion. SUMMARY ——- This module allows you to access Google’s web APIs through SOAP, to do things like search Google and get the results […]
gaim is a fine chat client for your IM needs. It handles Jabber, and all your other protocols. The way you want a client to do it. It also looks smart, with GTK+.
When looking for a definition of a term, I stumbled on Google’s define: function, here used with RPG as search term: Google Search: define:rpg. Kind of neat.
Me and the SO went to MalmÃ¶ this weekend. Lovely. Met my GM Tomas in MalmÃ¶, and he told me about his new project: to become a game developer. “I used to want to become a game programmer, now I am becoming one.” So, I decided to get deeper into the question, first by looking […]
I got an email from the unemployment office asking me to fill out a survey about their website. This I did. The usual boring questions about usability, just for me to rate 1-5 which was good or bad. Did you notice the errors there? Uneven numbers give you the possibility to rate at the mid-most […]
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Electronic Frontier Foundation Supports BBC’s “Creative Archive” – a press release telling us about the push from EFF to influence the UK government to Creative Commons the whole back-catalogue of the BBC. Imagine that. Cut’n paste. Mix’n match. Re-use. Remix. (Oh, that all sounded very mid-90s. I’ll stop now.) The prospect seems rather bright, though. […]
I am so impressed with Google sets, where I searched for these terms. I typed in the titles of a few big RPG products, and I was a amazed at the set Google Sets could produce. Very nice. Might be handy for idea-zapping with yourself.
This here is a report on a piece of Danish software called Scribo which is learning tool for those who are writing academia for the first time. It is only compatible with Win95/98.