Archive for the 'Information Visualization' Category

Wifi Video Glitch

Monday, June 5th, 2006

I saw this today and was a bit annoyed. I recently purchased an Icom IR-3 and the DD9000 seems to have a greater upper range to capture 2.4Ghz RF video (the Icom can only capture channels 1 2 and sometimes 3, not 4 or above). This seems like a much better solution for picking up […]

Bit Glitch

Thursday, March 9th, 2006

Some attempts to read a few files in bit by bit in Jitter…

New Webkit Nightly Build has some bells and whistles

Monday, January 16th, 2006

Over at the latest release of Webkit/Safari has an impressive new feature which some FireFox users might be used to.. “Web Inspector” Very nice use of Quartz overlays. Selecting DOM elements highlights the portion of the webpage and scrolls to it if not visible in the current window context. Different view options are available, […]

Relive 1985…

Thursday, January 12th, 2006

A good late night find: an update to the coolest terminal application/emulator on OS X, ever, GLTerminal has been hacked to run under 10.4 Follow the thread on Arstechnicas Openforum. GLTerminal was written and abandoned by an Apple OpenGL developer as a showcase app at a WWDC workshop a few years ago. it included such […]

Covert Software Development…

Monday, January 9th, 2006

…by small, excellent, detail oriented programmers are what make the Mac platform so great. So many gems floating around. Apparently Virtue (A desktop manger that allows multiple workspaces (linux people can yawn now) ) is still being developed but in “super-pursuit stealth mode”. A new version is out on Tony Arnold’s (the developers) blog. Another […]


Sunday, January 8th, 2006

Constellation is a plugin for QuickSilver which is a new UI paradigm for accessing data quickly within QS. Really beautifully designed – It uses a ‘Radial Menu’ metaphor for browsing information in applications (menus, options etc), files, or anything QuickSilver can do with the normal keyboard interface. It can be used as an application switcher […]

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