Every so often I need a break... Not a typical step away break, but rather small challenge. So recently I was playing on my iPhone and I ran into "Minesweeper." I thought to myself real quick... Hmm I can make that pretty easy...
Ubuntu seamingly is a pretty good server. But as a Desktop OS has so many driver/hardware issues it makes it nearly a Geek only operating system. If it wasn't for all the issues and constant need to "fix" it. It might actually make for a decent OS for "everyone." However yet again an issue that I find incredibly annoying I did some googling and found this in Ubuntu's q & a section.
This issue relates to starting up or returning from a lock screen. Ubuntu 11.04 and 12.04 often will start up with a blank screen with only the mouse cursor visible.
It happens... You get busy, articles and writing and everything in between gets left in the dust. Projects are left unfinished and seemingly you can never get the dust off them.
So here it goes I am slowly going to try and clean off the dust off some of the many projects I once started and left semi-unfinished to nearly unfinished.
I roughly have about 15 projects in general. 2-3 which are never ending and the others could be "finishable." All of which that can be "completed" it would be sweet to finish them this year. Though even that may not be easily done.
Chrome and Safari both have HTML Notifications now via webkit. Firefox does have something similar to this but I haven't researched to much into it. A quick test to demonstrate what it can do below...
Ever ran into the lovely "Unresponsive script" error in your browser? This comes from several issues.
- The persons running out of memory on their machine and the browser is taking longer than expect.
- The script that was created is doing to much and needs to be broken up.
In this article I will explain how to get around this and provide a method I developed for a recent project I am working on for ShoreGroup.
I have been developing my own CMS for roughly 2 years now. And only now starting to see the benefits of it. I haven't spoken much on what it is capable of but figured it was time to talk about one of the neat features it has!
Multi-Site handling. Sure WordPress recently has this functionality in it it. But my CMS has the ability to work on multiple pieces of content (articles, dancesteps, movies, and more.) All in one page. In a lot of ways you could consider it the GMail of CMS's.
Summers seem to always be the busiest far as running around. I have stepped away from doing any writing for the Summer. Now that summer is starting to heat up and come to a close I have a few articles that I am going to write about this month.
- Optimizing your WebApp for large applications.
- PHP CPU/Memory usages and how to optimize your app based on these.
There are probably hundreds of articles on how to shoot the moon... So I decided to write my own article and add to the mix also. Long as I can remember I have always wanted to be able to take a decent photograph of the moon. And finally I have done it!
I decided not to photoshop the heck out of it, and let it be straight out of the camera other than some slight cropping.
- Transformers: Robots in Disguise by Hasbro, Ince https://t.co/25I6K4UvyD by shauncs 790 days ago via iOS
- Its been a long time sense I have "tinkered" in 3D. This brings back memories of working in Adobe Atmosphere. https://t.co/JxPuNSgsK1 by shauncs 1047 days ago via Twitter Web Client
- SO ya my 2 year old and 4 year old sharing there scores on my twitter... I guess they thought I wasn't active enough... by shauncs 1099 days ago via Twitter Web Client
- I got 4736 points while escaping from a Giant Demon Monkey. Beat that! http://t.co/rNGWoAQorL http://t.co/9JLQi5ZpaF by shauncs 1117 days ago via Temple Run 2 on iOS
- I just flew 168m in a brilliant game of #JetpackJoyride on iPad. http://t.co/uUZBoW8vcD http://t.co/iwtRX95hPt by shauncs 1129 days ago via Jetpack Joyride on iOS
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