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“You can have it small, fast, understandable. Pick two.” – Justin Lloyd
Recently I have been studying traffic patterns from search engines to this particular website to see where my sources of traffic are coming from. Over 65% of my traffic is directed here by search engines, with Google dominating at around 90% of the total search traffic, i.e. 58% of traffic to my site is directed… Need to read the rest of “Bing Is Worse Than Yahoo! As A Search Engine?” Click on this link!
I check my website logs frequently, I also have a script that shows me all of the search terms people use to find my website, and a list of reverse DNS lookup for each of the queries so I can see which companies are making use of my resources. Very useful data mining which can… Craving to get the remainder of “Two Things That Irk Me!?” Click this link!
Just a quick update concerning my SenseCam project. I have finally gotten around to porting my SenseCam software from the old J2ME version on my k850i to an Objective-C version for the iPhone 4. I effectively had to do a complete rewrite from the ground up, but the development work only took about two weeks… Yearning to read the rest of “SenseCam On The iPhone?” Click the link!
This post isn’t about carpentry, it’s about Apple. A bad carpenter blames his tools. A good carpenter blames his tools, but for different reasons. A bad carpenter will blame his tools uncritically when he can’t achieve the end effect that he desires, because he lacks the skill, the know-how and the wherewithal to produce the… Continue reading the rest of this post
At the recent BayCon Science Fiction & Fantasy convention held in San Mateo California I had the pleasure of being moderator on several panels, one of these, which took place on Sunday afternoon, was "The Top Ten Gadgets That Changed The World." I captured notes on my laptop and recorded audio with my Olympus DS-40… Hankering to get the rest of “Top Ten Gadgets That Changed The World?” Click this!
A couple of weeks ago I was invited by Westwood College to speak at this year’s commencement ceremony for their graduating class. I have to say, this will not only be my first commencement speech I give but also the first commencement address I’ve ever attended. It will certainly be interesting. So why ask me… Click here to continue reading the remainder of this post
Do you have multiple computer monitors on your desktop? I never would have thought it but I now believe that there is an upper size limitation with regard to the human interface factor when it comes to computer monitors when applied to every day desktop usage. Ever since Microsoft Windows 98, I’ve been using dual… Continue reading the remainder of “Upper Limitation on Size of Monitors.”