Monthly Archives: November 2005

Atmosphere’s New Album

I picked up Atmosphere‘s latest album, “You Can’t Imagine How Much Fun We’re Having.” I’ve listened to it once through, and it’s a very worthy follow-up to “Seven’s Travels.” My favorite tracks so far are “Hockey Hair,” “That Night,” and … Continue reading

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Back to Minneapolis in Time for Winter

I moved back to Minneapolis just in time for winter (still working full-time for Mozilla Corp). Yesterday it snowed for the first time, about 2 inches, and this morning I spend two hours getting new snow tires put on my … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Working on Lately

Its been a while since I wrote about what I’m doing at work these days, so here is an update. Lots of plugin stuff has been happening lately. I’ve been working with Macromedia to resolve performance issues with their Flash … Continue reading

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Learning 80×86 Assembly Language on Mac OS X

A bunch of the fixes necessary in order to get Mac Firefox running on Intel Macs are assembly code fixes. I don’t really know much about coding in assembly, so fortunately David Baron (Mozilla Corp.) and Eric Albert (Apple) have … Continue reading

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