Nice free apps! But how do I use a promo/gift code? I’ll guide you through it.
Have you ever had problems with Photoshop opening old files every time you launch the application on your Mac? I have and I found a solution.
When building your own static library for iOS, it is necessary to build the library for devices and simulators. The two different builds of the library needs to be combined to have a working library. I have created a simple shell script to simplify the combining process.
The software company iDeal Development and the street artist Mormor has unioned art and technology in a new iOS app. I’ve been a part of the development team on iDeal Paint HD – Mormor. We are very proud of the way it combines vector graphics and art.
I’ve struggled with my MacBook Air fan for some weeks. Its fan spins up and goes crazy, which makes an annoying loud noise. This is really weird because I was just using Xcode, iOS Simulator, a couples of tabs in Google Chrome and Evernote. This shouldn’t be hard at all for my MacBook. So I decided to find out why the fan went crazy.
I used to have one computer which worked as my media center. It never bothered me, that one exact computer should be on while playing music, because all my music were on that computer and the speakers were plugged in that computer. Then something beautiful happened. Spotify came to Denmark. This changed my way of hearing music. Suddenly I had all my music available on all my devices: Gaming PC, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Dell Studio XPS, Samsung Omnia 7, iPhone 4, Motorola Xoom… – okay enough(!) you get the point. My new habits created a new irritating factor in my music hearing habits. I have one set of speakers, one mini jack cable – what to do?
I’m finally done setting up the last things on my server. I’ve been working on a lot of different operating systems for it, but I ended up skipping the ‘smartness’ and installed a clean Windows 7 Professional installation on it. Here is what I have tried and why I ended up with Windows 7.
Wow, I got an amazing Christmas gift! My parents gave me a complete set of components to build a low-power server. I’m finally done putting the components together. I’ve installed Ubuntu 10.04 on it – it is up and running.