Like so many other geeky people I’m a member of many social networks. The ones I actually use is twitter (@synvila), Instagram (mrhenko), Flickr (synvila) and Gowalla (mrhenko), and then there’s this blog. However, lately I think I’m starting to differentiate them in various ways and I’m seeing what I use each and every one […]Read More / Läs mer
I just picked up my secondary computer and logged in on this blog. The first thing I saw was WordPress telling me that I use an old browser. Since Safari 5.1 is out, apparently 5.0.5 is considered old. This is a fairly aggressive mode (I prefer to see things like IE6/7/8 and Firefox 3 as old) but I love it.
Good work WordPress! Anything that make people update their browsers more often is great.
The blog is not dead. It’s just on holiday.
This is so sad in every possible way. Patent trolls are really the lowest of humans. (Longer post about software patents likely to come soon.)
Just added some features to my WordPress theme that enables me to make better use of post formats. Nothing much but it keeps my interest in the blog running.
Last week I wrote a blog post about my upcoming trip to Warsaw with the band Hedningarna and the fact that I would use my iPad as my main digital entertainment during the trip, and as my only computer-like work device. The trip ended on Saturday last week but didn’t really turn out the way […]Read More / Läs mer
Dropbox has made a clarification to there TOS. Link to their blogpost.
So Firefox 5 is here. That’s great, I guess, but what’s new? Even on Mozilla’s own What’s new page for Firefox 5 there isn’t much. When I visit is during the writing of this post all I can see is that it’s apparently easy to customize Firefox with add-ons and plugins, but that’s hardly news. […]Read More / Läs mer
Serenity Caldwell’s written a thoughtful article in MacWorld about Final Cut Pro X, titled How Apple re-cut Final Cut Pro for the better. One of many very interesting points:
Final Cut Pro X isn’t about alienating professionals: It’s about finding out just what a “professional” looks like in this day and age.
You, my tech savvy readers, probably already know about Apple’s release of Final Cut Pro X, a totally ”rebooted” Final Cut Pro. This has been a very controversial move from Apple since it lacks a lot of the features that professional video editors need (and that the previous version, Final Cut Pro 7, had). A […]Read More / Läs mer
Apparently MySpace has been sold by Rubert Murdoch to a company named Specific Media. (My original source, Dagens Nyheter) One of the owners of Specific Media is reported to be Justin Timberlake. The really interesting part in this, to me, is that I found out about it in a swedish daily newspaper. Dagens Nyheter is […]Read More / Läs mer
This is great article from Interuserface on the usage of very simple geometric shapes (focused on mobile computer devices) as part of the branding.