"Kazutoshi Kubota produces a WebCoreHack that succeeds in rendering at least some HTML using Safari framework, WebCore. Small progress on the way to general-purpose HTML rendering in Cocoa apps, even before Apple publishes any documentation." [Marek's Weblog]
"AdaptableStorage lets you store ZODB objects in your own database and in your format, without using special content classes. You can use a filesystem directory, a relational database, or whatever kind of database you might have as a ZODB."
thinksecret.com has some details and screenshots about iPhoto 2.
Since they were enacted in 1998, the “anti-circumvention” provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”), codified in section 1201 of the Copyright Act, have not been used as Congress envisioned. Congress meant to stop copyright pirates from defeating anti-piracy protections added to copyrighted works, and to ban “black box” devices intended for that purpose.In [...]
Guuui.com: "The user-centred design approach has been taken on from the field of software development to the field of web development. But software applications and web sites are not similar. Thinking of web site visitors as users misses the point, that most web sites have a strategic objective to meet. Balancing users' needs and strategic [...]
Apple Internet Developer Site: In this article, we show you how to install and configure PostgreSQL on Mac OS X, and then how to use it with Perl, Java, and PHP. Finally, we demonstrate how you can use the web-based phpPgAdmin to administer your databases.
InfoWorld: "Building on the success of Weblogs for personal Web publishing, enterprises are starting to tap into blogs to streamline specific business processes such as intelligence gathering or to augment traditional content-and knowledge-management technologies."
"Discourse Systems is a newsletter and directory of resources about computer-supported consensus building, conflict resolution and decision-making, using Internet groupware, knowledge-based systems and process models of argumentation, deliberation and negotiation. We focus on e-democracy and e-governance applications, for all phases of the policy-making life cycle: agenda setting, analysis, policy creation, implementation (including electronic service delivery), [...]
DV Backup allows you to use your digital camcorder to backup hard disk data. Just select the archive (made by e.g. Stuffit, Disk Copy etc) and DV Backup does the rest. Capacity is 5GB per hour of DV tape (10GB if no error recovery is needed).
There seems to be what Worlds.com or ActiveWorlds (formerly »Alphaworld«) always meant to be. I was once asked to do a concept for a similar project called Nikoworld. The company hired 80 people that were working on 3D enviroments and high-end machines - no concept. To deliver a concept I asked to set up my [...]
"Enter GUI scripting. The release of OS X 10.2 brought an advance in AppleScript civilization which I'm not sure most of us were prepared for." [Studio Log]
I was looking for this: A X11 hints collection when replacing XDarwin with the official distribution. (via Ranchero)
John P. Boyd: Lecture notes, typeset in Latex, which will be passed out in chapters. Chapters will also be available as links from this homepage to Adobe .pdf files.
And the German OS X development forum moves again, this time to its own domain. [Marek's Weblog]
"After downloading Safari today, I was a little surprised to find that the version of Apache which Apple distributes in OS X 10.2.3 does NOT yet support Rendezvous, therefore NO web servers were visible under the Rendezvous section of Bookmarks under Safari. So... I decided to solve that.mod_rendezvous ADDS RENDEZVOUS SUPPORT to the Apache 1.3.x [...]
"Julie Stanford has written an excellent article on using HTML for wireframes and prototypes. In it, she clearly sells the benefits of this approach, and addresses some of the common concerns." (via schockwellenreiter)
"The idea of printing a light bulb may seem bizarre, but US engineers are now developing an ink-jet printing technology to do just that. The research at the University of California in Berkeley will allow fully assembled electric and electronic gadgets to be printed in one go."
This german Mac site claims to have reports of Mac users that lost their complete home directory when using Safari for downloading files from the Internet. I haven't seen this bug while using Safari, but if that report is true this would really be »keynote stopper« regarding the fact that +300.000 users have downloaded Safari [...]
Washington Times: "Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld announced yesterday he has given new power to the nation's covert warriors to kill and capture al Qaeda operatives and other terrorists." I think there have been very good reasons to control the work of special ops units in the past. I don't think that has changed much.
John Robb, COO of Userland, and Eliotte Rusty Harold, the Java and XML authority, are notable converts to Mac OS X today. (via Marek's Weblog)