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Last Build Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 19:22:04 GMT

Copyright: Copyright 2003 Ernst-Heinrich Lippelt

Mon, 17 Feb 2003 19:22:04 GMT

Irgendwie ist mir Radio als Weblog-Tool zu behäbig und träge. Es mag ja sein, daß ich die tollsten Scripte ausführen kann und andere weltbewegende dinge tun kann, aber ich kann es nicht in meinen Alltag integrieren, da ich die meiste Zeit an 3 verschiedenen Rechnern arbeite. Mindestens einen dieser Rechner kann ich nicht per Webinterface an dern Radiorechner anschliessen. Somit wird dieses Weblog bis auf weiteres nicht wirklich frequentiert werden... Vielleicht gibt es ja bald mal ein tragbares Radio...

Thu, 09 Jan 2003 18:26:56 GMT

Nur mal so ein Post, um zu sehen, ob dieses Log überhaupt noch lebt :-)

Sun, 15 Dec 2002 16:43:09 GMT

Using Multiple CSS Classes on Elements. Making use of the latest coding standards not only makes a Web developer's job easier, but can also result in smaller pages. Applying multiple CSS classes to individual elements allows you to style your HTML with less overall bytes. By Eddie Traversa. 1127 [WebReference News]

Thu, 08 Aug 2002 10:00:49 GMT

Shaped pasta gallery. (image) Great gallery of fancily shaped kids' tinned pasta. I remember all these pastas as being shaped like blobs of starch, back in my day, but it appears that the starch-shaping technology has improved, as these clearly recognizably R2D2 and Jar-Jar Binks pastoids attest. Link Discuss (Thanks, Steve!)
[Boing Boing Blog]

Thu, 08 Aug 2002 09:42:38 GMT

Es sind noch 9 Tage, 5 Stunden, 18 Minuten, 40 Sekunden

Thu, 08 Aug 2002 08:28:03 GMT

One in three marijuana users is employed in the high-tech sector [Marijuana.Com] uhuh! [Adam Curry: Adam Curry's Weblog]

Wed, 07 Aug 2002 17:00:18 GMT

Dave, the usage of international Characters in Radio still doesn't work right. The RSS-File and the Headlines (btw. in the Shortcuts too) still mess up with international Charactersets. Would you please fix it! Here is an example of the mess. Since this issue has not been fixed for quite some time, i have made this entry a "Shortcut" to be able to send this reminder anytime i want to. Be warned ;-)


Wed, 07 Aug 2002 16:58:06 GMT

This is just a test of my new Template....ÄÖÜäöüß

Wed, 24 Jul 2002 07:30:39 GMT

A new Perl installer for OS X. Perl 5.8.0 Installer for OS X. Server Logistics: [base "]This package includes the standard Perl 5.8.0 software distribution, and is installed into /opt/perl. This will not conflict with the version of Perl that is supplied with the operating system.[per thou] [] [Mac Net Journal]

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 12:18:20 GMT

Mac-OS-X-Update früher als erwartet [heise online news]
Bleibt nur die Fragen offen, wieviel uns Steve für diese Beta aus der Tasche ziehen will.

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:50:10 GMT

Ich konnte die Firma gerade noch davon abhalten mich nächste Woche ins kalte Schottland zu schicken. (obwohl, wenn ich mir das Wetter hier so anschaue...)

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:48:39 GMT

DHTML Hierarchical Menus, v4.3. To pop or not to pop: that is the question. User suggestions once again find their way into our latest release of HierMenus, which now features the ability to delay the appearance of child menus by a user-defined interval. By Peter Belesis. 0626 [WebReference News]

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:48:03 GMT

iPhoto Librarian update available. iPhoto Librarian v1.1. - iPhoto Librarian is an AppleScript script that can be used to launch iPhoto with a different library folder. This allows the user to have multiple collections of photos that are not viewable as one large collection. Version changes: Fix for error "zsh: command not found: defaults" preventing iPhoto Librarian from working properly on some machines. Added feature to track recently selected iPhoto libraries. You can select the library from a list of full paths. [AppleScript Info] [Mac Net Journal]

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:47:36 GMT

A priceless look at life inside Apple. Adam Curry pointed out this great post today about angrywhitegirl's top-10 tips for fitting in while working at Apple:
I had no idea angrywhitegirl worked at Apple. Even nicer to see her recommendations on scoring a job in Cupertino [Adam Curry: Adam Curry's Weblog]
[Mac Net Journal]

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:47:10 GMT

Roxio rolls out update to Toast. Toast Titanium v5.1.4. - Toast is a scriptable CD/DVD mastering (burning) solution. Version changes: Now uses the Gracenote CDDB(r) Music Recognition Service(sm) exclusively as its online track naming service. Supports the Audio Quality Master Recording feature of Yamaha's latest CD recorders. Supports ejecting and retracting the recorder tray with the keyboard Eject key. Corrects an issue with DVD+RW recorders connected directly via ATAPI. No longer uses Apple Extensions in the ISO9660 file system. On Mac OS X systems with more than one recorder, Toast remembers the last selected recorder. Optimize-on-the-Fly feature now works with HFS+ CDs and disc images. [AppleScript Info] Nur eine kleine Erinnerung an mich selbst :-)

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:45:56 GMT

Will OS X pass the government security evaluation?. Apple aims for Uncle Sam connection. The Mac maker has submitted OS X to the U.S. government for an independent security evaluation. The benefit: Uncle Sam just might take Mac more seriously. [CNET] [Mac Net Journal]

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:45:30 GMT

HTML-to-ASCII converter. Aaron Swartz has written a fantastic utility that converts any html file and converts it to ASCII text, preserving style information and converting links to numbered footnotes. Link Discuss [Boing Boing Blog]

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:42:19 GMT

Neighborhood-wide Internet access on the (relatively) cheap. Canopy is a $30,000 Motorola 802.11a product that can cover six two-mile-radius regions in a city with high-speed Internet service. At that cost, it's conceivable that a neighborhood coaltion of, say, 1,000 people might pitch in $30 each, connect the masts to Internet cables and put their region online. Link Discuss (Thanks, Howard!) [Boing Boing Blog]

Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:25:00 GMT

spamdemic map. Die Karte für den Gegenangriff: The Spamdemic Map stellt grafisch dar, wie die internationalen Spammer-Szene miteinander vernetzt ist (via Holger) [ronsens]