Collection of photoshop brushes for those abstract and noise effects you might see on different things
#Fun with prompts! bash ftw! export PS1="\[\e]2;\u@\H \w\a\e[34;1m\]\h:\w \u\$\[\e[0m\] "
Works great, but not easy to get to work with Fink, had to change a preference in svnX to point at where Fink puts the svn binaries, but once it was working, awesome! Still gotta do some things at command line.
Lets you bring down a terminal session like a quake console. Because work isn’t enough like a good deathmatch. Now, how do you change gravity with this thing
Archive for January, 2007
Just finished working up Twitterlex v1.1.Â I’ve added a few things to the widget, the big things being Growl notification and maximum character warnings.Â Again, it’s still free, so go update!
The extension for Firefox just went 1.0 final (heh, a Web 2.0 tool coming out of beta), and that’s a big deal. Joe has been working on Firebug for just over a year, and it has become a tool more indispensible than even Chris Pederick’s Web Developer extension!
What? You don’t have either of these?! You call yourself a web developer? Let me guess, you still think IE is the only browser worth developing for, and heck, you probably believe that developing to Web Standards is just elitist acadamia… get with the program. Why leave the interpretation of your code to tag-souped chance?
… Eh-erm. Sorry about that monkey I had to get off my back. I heard a rumor yesterday and my anger has found its vent.
But seriously, all those IE die-hards that are still out there today should be amazed at what tools our industry-standard (as opposed to the de-facto-standard) web browser we call Firefox makes available, let alone makes possible.
Viva la revoluciÃ³n! Viva la web standards!
After my friend Chris introduced me to Twitter, and I discovered that many big names in the web industry are using it regularly, I’ve embraced the Twitter lifestyle. If you’ve not used Twitter yet, it’s a service that you can use to do ‘nano-blogging’ — updates shorter than ~140 characters — from nearly anywhere for free. You can update from the web, from your IM client, or from your phone via SMS text message. But the best part is when you find your friends or people you admire using the system, and receiving their update back through one of those methods mentioned. I’ve got several interesting people on my Twitter friends list — it’s always interesting receiving a text message from them!
You can now update from your Mac OS X Dashboard, with my first ever Dashboard Widget Twitterlex. It displays the latest status messages from your friends, and provides a quick access way for you to update your own status easily!