The <video> tag is great and all – but unfortunately fullscreen support is not ubiquitous yet, but support is in the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox and Safari. It should have been supported when initially implemented (but you’ll have to trawl through the WHATWG mailing lists to see the arguments for and against).
There are various command line ways to determine whether your machine running Snow Leopard is running the 64 or 32 bit kernel, and also the ability for you to switch kernels. I have gathered all those ways into this GUI utility that will show you what kernel you are currently running, and it will allow you to set what kernel you want to load at the next restart.
Microsoft has given you an “upgrade” path, for free:
When merging, ever get the error message: Error: Entry ‘foo’ is notuptodate. Cannot merge. Two possibilities:
Adobe AIR 1.5 has been released today for Mac OS X and Windows. Linux is still at version 1.1.
Ok, I don’t know what it is with my OS X install lately after installing OS update 10.5.4 but things seem to be broken left and right. Besides the trash issue in a previous post, Quicktime movies will not play in Safari - but they do play in Firefox. I updated to the latest Quicktime (7.5) and still no go after a restart. After trawling through numerous support forums, this is what worked for me:
Most likely your Trash folder is not owned by you anymore. To fix:
The New York Times has an article about prominent bloggers being stressed out. Hey, just like a “real” job (not that theirs is not real of course). In their pay-per-click world, I don’t know if it will ever get less stressful. Just like any other business. I’m sure if they quit, some other blogger will fill the void.
Here are the steps:
I have left Atimi Software Inc. after three years being there, for personal reasons. I loved developing for the Mac, and now is an exciting time especially with the iPhone and its SDK – but it is back to the Windows world for me. I still will develop Mac stuff as a hobby, for sure. An opportunity presented itself to get in on the ground level with a web startup that I couldn’t pass up, I will blog more about it when it is appropriate.