OpenSchedule for Android

Back in mid-February, I was offered the opportunity to create some graphics for an Android application called OpenSchedule. It’s an application which lets you view and manage information on upcoming conferences and events registered with the OpenSchedule web app. This tied in nicely with the Linux conference stuff I’ve worked on (more on that in …

My Galaxy S Two Months On

I always wanted a Mongoose BMX bike. But Mongoose bikes were hard to come by – at least for a rural kid growing up in Southern Ontario. A Mongoose was relatively expensive. I couldn’t justify a Mongoose. Instead I rolled through my young life on CCMs and Supercycles (Sears store brand). Adequate and honest bikes …

The GnomeShell and Unity Bike Shed

If there’s one thing I use a lot, it’s Google’s “define:” keyword. I’ve got a pretty good handle on this here English language, but often I’m looking up words I see somewhere and don’t quite understand. In fact I’ve had whole online conversations with smart people where I’ve spent a great deal of that time …

And for our mobile friends out there…

I’ve just installed the WPtouch plugin on my weblog. This gives visitors coming from mobile devices a specially formatted view of this site. I think it can be tweaked and customized, and of course I have done neither. It looks decent enough and it does prevent any requirement for pinching and zooming. It also gives …

New Theme for a New Year

Well I think I made it over two years with the same self-designed blog theme. But alas, it was starting to feel clunky and somewhat rusty to me. That, and the fact that it displayed the odd quirk (likely due to my amateurish wordpress theming skills). I’m no spring chicken, and as such I’ve got …

Suckish.

I wrote 14 blog posts here over the last year – this doesn’t count as one either. Barely over 1 per month on average. That stinks. I must do better.