I won't tell you how long ago I started it, but I've (finally) posted a new tutorial "Mac Podcast - How to Create a Podcast on the Mac with GarageBand". I'm looking forward to writing more, longer tutorials like this now that I have a little bit of a system set up. I hope you like it.
Hmm, more rumors that Google may come out with their own browser. There's nothing to be seen at Gbrowser.com right now, but maybe some day.
After a few requests/suggestions I've added digg links to the blog pages. So, if they all say "0 diggs", hey, it's a new feature. :)
Whew, getting all the images together for the Tame Swing sample applications is taking a little time and a lot of effort. I hadn't thought about how to organize it, and now that I have a better feel for what I want to do it's just a matter of time.
If you want to see the images of the running applications I do have them on a temporary page here. Please note that this page may change at any time.
As I note here I just uploaded the Tame Swing examples to the web site. Please read that post for more information.
I've been working hard lately to get a lot of ideas out of my head and onto the blog. Here's a summary of what I've posted recently on the Unix/Linux side:
I just updated my "Software career best practices 101" post from a few years back. It was a little dated, and hopefully now it's a little refreshed.
I just updated an old Postgresql blog entry about how to make a backup of a Postgresql database. The syntax changed quite a bit since that post in 2004.
Ever have one of those days when you wish you hadn't said something publicly? Kevin Miller must certainly be feeling that way these days:
After working with del.icio.us and other tag-based systems, and thinking about adding tag support and other features to this blog, I started wondering if anyone had applied the "tag" concept to any other systems that are typically directory-based (as del.icio.us seems like a very good replacement for a traditional hierarchical organization (directory) of bookmarks).