Friday, August 21, 2009

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She's got betty davis eyes.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

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M&m's, premium style! It seems like i'm on an m&m's kick lately - not eating, just spotting new and bizarre products from them.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Google Chrome - For Linux!

Google Chrome now for linux! At least the dev release, which apparently has lots of security type issues (divulging cookies and things) but I'm pretty much just gonna stick to my google pages to see how it is... I'm pretty excited - writing this post as it is. I'll bet that they still haven't fixed the blogger shortcuts, though. Oh well.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

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Coconut m&m's, really? That strikes me as terribly gross. Right nearby? Strawberried - as if that were a word - m&m's. I believe our nation is insane.

Cellwriter fix

Have you installed Cellwriter? Do you have the problem where the input will seemingly randomly be disabled? If so, you can download the source and then edit cellwidget.c in the /src directory.

By commenting out the line that reads
gdk_device_set_mode(event->device, GDK_MODE_DISABLED);
(just put // at the beginning of the line for those of you who aren't familiar) you can fix your problem.

Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Stunned Silence

... Seriously??? Is this what our society has come to??? I have to keep the reviews for posterity!

I've printed them to PDF, so keep an eye out, I should be posting them up in the near future.

Twilight the board game? Seriously???

I'm just waiting for Twilight LARPS (I'm sure they're already around) and Twilight D&D *shudders*.

/sets his mp3 player to loop REM - It's the End of the World

Using VI To Edit Two Files In A Split Screen

So I've looked on and off how to edit multiple files in the same screen, opening them from the command line. This didn't help, but I discovered the -c flag which executes the given command after opening your file, so I did this:
vi file1 -c "split file2"

and it worked wonderfully. You can do more than two files at once, too
vi file1 -c "split file2" -c "split fileN"