Hi there gang, I’ve just released envedit 6.3.13, my extremely user-friendly and super-free (BSD opensource even) Windows Environment Variables Editor. Go to its homepage for more information on this little tool. subliminal message: download envedit. use envedit. like envedit.
We’re on the train on our way to Bonn. T-Mobile GPRS works like a charm, especially with the transparent image compression done by speed.t-mobile.nl.
I’m doing some image processing heavy-lifting this weekend with DeVIDE ng1.phase1 (that’s the not-yet-released next generation). The Windows XP scheduler is quite crappy, so on my laptop (1.6GHz Banias, 1G ram, 5400 RPM HDD) this kind of work tends to slow everything else down. So, I upgraded my Linux server box’s RAM to 1G as well (it has an Athlon64 2800+ and is running Centos 4.2 Linux, 7200 RPM HDD) in order to use this for some of the heavy processing.
There are three issues I’d like to cover in today’s lecture. Firstly, cheap headphones: I needed a cheap set of new headphones for listening to music at work, so I made the huge mistake of buying Sennheiser PX20. My office mates can hear my music better than I can when I use these, that’s just how bad they leak. Advice: do not buy these. If a friend gives them to you as a present, terminate the friendship.
Sweden will attempt to wean itself off oil completely, instead fulfilling all its energy requirements with renewable resources. See this Guardian article for more details. Let’s hope that the rest of Europe follows in short order.
The EETimes is reporting that the TU Delft is amongst the top 10 universities world-wide involved in the business of training electrical engineers. Kickass!
Start here. Unfortunately, it seems you do need IE (Firefox won’t do) on Windows to view this video. I guess that’s an interesting hint of IronPython’s ideological problems as well. That being said, the demo is pretty cool. The seamless sharing of .NET objects between for example C# and Python is impressive.
Whoop, I finally found this old favourite HOWTO of mine again! I’ll re-read it to make sure I still know how it goes and then get immediately back to coding. Enlighten yourself by clicking here. I think this is the original source, but I don’t like the new split version all that much.
I’ve constructed a Python example that shows how one can minimally-invasively change the behaviour of all classes in a module. The example illustrates how to add an ErrorEvent handler automatically to all Python VTK classes at run-time. See the VTK-users mailing list thread here
I’m trying to decide between these two nominees for the award of “Losers of the Century” (play dramatic Oscar theme here): On the one hand we have Mensa, a society for people with IQs in the top 2% of the population (*getting nauseous*) and on the other hand we have the International High IQ Society, in this case for people in the top 5% of the population. This society claims to foster “intellectual thinking”.