Monthly Archives: December 2009

ShopSimple 1.1

I just released ShopSimple 1.1 on the App Store — tell your friends, neighbors, co-workers, pets, SOs, mail carriers. Even if I say so myself, it’s a great little shopping list application. Why ShopSimple? Why do I need to tell … Continue reading

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and they still took them?

Tylenol Recall Expands Eh? “McNeill says consumers reported the product had ‘an unusual moldy, musty, or mildew-like odor’ linked to symptoms of nausea, stomach pain, vomiting, and diarrhea.’” If it smells moldy and unusual, that’s probably a bad sign.

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Don’t like speed cameras? Use them to punk your enemies

I’m a year behind the times, but this is a good story… Don’t like speed cameras? Use them to punk your enemies “Students at Richard Montgomery High School in Maryland have discovered that they can duplicate the license plates of … Continue reading

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Absolutely appalling.

Yelling and talking over “guests” is not what I want to see or hear: MSNBC’s Ratigan Yells At Congresswoman (VIDEO) | TPM LiveWire Ratigan has a point but his rude behavior takes center stage and we’re left with nothing but … Continue reading

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I never blog about Lisp. What I use for apropos

(update: several people have mentioned Edi Weitz’s excellent regex apropos. I think that the code below complements the regex approach but that’s mostly because I usually think in terms of “find me a symbol with this and that” rather than … Continue reading

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