I’ve got a couple scientific papers to my credit, but I think this is my first photo publication — not counting all the people linkjacking pictures, of course.
July 2007 Archives
- How to Build Simple Console Apps with Ruby and ActiveRecord
- MJD on Another useful utility — a reminder that I need to be more willing to spend an hour saving 30 seconds (via rc3.org)
- taint.org: Host monitoring with Jaiku
- Merlin’s “Inbox Zero” talk at Google: slides, video
- The Englishman who is leading the Tour de France (via Flutterby)
- Perl Survey
- Web app scalability slideshows
I’ve got a ridiculous number of tabs open; some of them have been written up multiple times — in my head, at least…
- pfacter — I assume inspired by facter, but there doesn’t seem to be any acknowledgement of that…
- Emacs on the Spotligt — Emacs/Spotlight integration
- Tomato firmware — weekend hacking project when I have CFT
- I can has breastmilk? aka LOLbabies, subtitled “we is in ur life, keepin u awake”
- Module::Starter::PBP — I’ve got this plan involving turning some work code into a Real Module…
- Fugazi coffee table book?!
- It’s About the Journey, a love letter from a man to his bike — “I love it when I realize I am grinning on the downhills but not doing it consciously.” I totally do that too.
- The ride I did Saturday
- Internetpulse — insanely useful
Maybe I should just take this directly to AskMeFi, but let’s try here first. Is there a terminal application for Mac OS X that doesn’t suck? Terminal.app is horribly slow. iTerm is less slow, but is going to require dinking around to get the keyboard settings right. The least sucky thing I’ve found is running X11.app and using plain old xterms, but that seems like a lot of overhead, really.
All I want a fast, lightweight terminal that gives me the same keyboard environment I would have sitting in front of a Unix machine…