Monthly Archives: April 2006


I saw Ladytron last night at First Avenue. The show in was really good despite some equipment problems they had that caused interruptions. The encore was the hilight as they rocked out harder than they did during the regular show. … Continue reading

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LineBreak 2.7 Released

I made LineBreak a Universal Binary and fixed a few bugs on an airplane recently. I didn’t get around to testing it and releasing it at the time, but I couldn’t fall asleep tonight so it finally happened. Click here … Continue reading

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Cocoa Widget Progress

I’ve been hacking on Cocoa widgets for a while now. They are a lot better now than they were even a few weeks ago, but they aren’t quite there yet. Bug 326469 tracks issues we need to resolve before we … Continue reading

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Official Firefox Universal Binaries Unleashed

Firefox for Mac OS X has been released as a Universal Binary! Too many people to list were involved in making this happen, but I’d like to throw out a special thanks to Mark Mentovai for his tireless development … Continue reading

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Help Test Firefox 1.5.0.x Universal Binaries!

We could really use help testing Universal Binaries of Firefox. Whether you’re on PPC or Intel, grab the build below and give it a spin! Please report any bugs you find, particularly those that you can reproduce with the Universal … Continue reading

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A great night

(3/31/06, Hollywood CA) From left to right: Matt Rubin, Kira from Black Flag, Mike Watt from the Minutemen, and me. Kira and Watt peform together now as DOS, a bass duo. After the DOS show we talked outside with Kira … Continue reading

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