On Friday I went along to the monthly Critical Mass again. I managed to arrive just in time this month for them setting off from the foot of the Mound at 6pm. This month seems to have been busier that the previous two months. There was about 44-55 people on their bikes there. This month… Continue reading Cycling: Edinburgh Critical Mass: July 2007
On Thursday evening, I took the train over to Glasgow for the Scotlug meeting. There was an interesting presentation about phidgets. Afterwards I went along with the other geeks to the pub to grab something to eat and have a natter. I’ve even now seen an iPhone (not just in pictures), though not yet had a… Continue reading Cycling: Glasgow to Edinburgh
Since installing the Quicktime 7.2 and iTunes 7.3.1 updates on my MacBook, I’ve been unable to launch PPC applications through Rosetta. It appears that having Java 6 installed has caused the prebinding process to crash. Following the process documented in a comment by Darlene on a blog, I’ve been able to launch PPC applications through… Continue reading Can launch PPC apps again
I’ve been wondering for a while now, how to change my long list of labels in the sidebar to a cloud, which would take up a lot less space. I’ve finally found out how to have a label cloud in blogger.
Picasa Web Albums has now caught up with Flickr and started to properly support GeoTagging of Photos. I have however found a bug in the iPhoto uploader plugin. Basically if you have used a GPS track to Geo tag your photos, if you compress the photos on upload, then you will lose those Geo Tags.… Continue reading Picasa Web Albums now supports GeoTagging
Many people have commented on the various day cycling trips that I’ve taken. However yesterday when shopping, I found someone who has been doing a lot more cycling than myself. He took the train from Cambridge up to Inverness. Then he started cycling and camping rough. That was two months ago. He was taking everything… Continue reading Some people thought that I done a lot of cycling?
The second OpenOffice.org Aqua Preview is now available for download. There are a number of new features and bug fixes in this release. There is one major known regression, that will be fixed in a future development build. This time we have not hacked the source to include the Mac OS X native file picker.… Continue reading OpenOffice.org Aqua 2nd Preview Released
On Friday I headed to the Edinburgh Critical Mass again. It was a lot busier than last month, which meant that it was better perceived by the public. As the route of the Critical Mass is not predefined, it is very easy to change the route. When we tried to turn right from Princes Street into North… Continue reading Cycling: Critical Mass: Edinburgh June 2007