Category Archives: Computers
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I’ve been playing around with some new things, namely Google’s Go language and the SuperCollider music programming environment. Go, intended to be a systems language for writing long-running server processes, feels also apt to write sound applications (to me anyway). … Continue reading
title from Reber Clark’s In the Brain of the Moon All of my old posts on my blog are gone, safely backed up in one or two places. My previous host allowed PostgreSQL databases. My new one does not support … Continue reading
I use keychain to manage my SSH keys on every system. This means I don’t use SSHKeychain, and I don’t use launchd as an ssh-agent front. Unfortunately, this makes it impossible for graphical Mac OS X apps to use the … Continue reading
As a kid, I got started on computers early. My first computer was a Texas Instruments model 99/4A. I originally used it primarily as a gaming console, but we also had two books full of BASIC program listings to type … Continue reading
Yesterday morning, high winds caused a power outage on my street. This somehow managed to totally reset my Westell 7500 DSL modem and wireless router. The official install process failed to work, just as it has never worked, so I … Continue reading