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(nicer) shuffle button mockup

November 29, 2010

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This is a (really ugly) mockup for a shuffle-mode selector suggestion for banshee media player. Done in paint since i’m slacking off at work 😛 Update: made a nicer version, still not refined though. Background – computer user interfaces area  nice place to make some pretty nifty innovations. I’ve been following updates to Free Software […]

Unwatchable.

November 27, 2010

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I like the daily show. If nothing else its a relief to know that there is at least some sanity left in America. But sometimes I just can’t bear to watch. Why? Because of Fox “News”. If you’ve never seen the Daily Show, you should know they frequently show clips from Fox “News” for the […]

Rant: pointless sales numbers.

November 22, 2010

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Short rant: why are people obsessed with game console sales numbers? I’ve been seeing this ever since i decided to go to console games: people are fucking obsessed with the console sales numbers. Every month there’s an article, and I’ve had enough. I mean i can see how this may be of interest to developers […]

Mirror Lake

November 20, 2010

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Just some cool photo i took 🙂

A different approch

November 20, 2010

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It may be apparent (for what the stats page tells me is all 1.5 of you) that these posts tend to come in bunches. This is the natural product of a forgetful mind: I remember something of interest, pay attention to it intently for a while, get distracted, and leave it untended until i get […]

Changing demographics and their relation to politics of the 20th century

November 18, 2010

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It can be considered that there is a strong relation between the changing age makeup of the population in the 20th century  and the of the post WWII era. First the baby boom – a sudden jump in population. Of course this alone is not enough. This generation was born into a new world order, […]

The responsibility of talent

November 18, 2010

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In the attention-deficit age of the internet, I’m going to get to the core of the message straight away: If you are in any way gifted, talented, or more intelligent than average, you bear a special responsibility towards others and to work for their benefit. This may sound odd to many. Even re-reading it myself […]