Tag Archive: software

A Fine Free Font: Ubuntu Family

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Ubuntu Font Download¬†¬†¬† Fonts, I love ‘em. I used to go in for wild, flashy fonts, and you can download these by the dozens. Here are some good resources for you right now… Continue reading

An Extremely Minor Reason to Upgrade to iTunes 10

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There’s one extremely minor reason to upgrade to iTunes 10 (if you must use iTunes at all), and that’s the fact that Apple seems to have finally figured out how to provide an… Continue reading

Looks like Spelunky hit 1.0… and the big time

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I was just writing about Spelunky for my blog, wondering when it would hit 1.0, when BAM, front page of IndieGames: Spelunky Coming to XBLA in 2010 No foolin’. And it’s got a… Continue reading

Freeware: ManicTime micromanages your day

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It looks like a file defragmenter, but really it’s a way to see how very fragmented your day is. ManicTime is a fat, but free .NET app that snoops on all your window… Continue reading

Free Software: sfxr – glitchy games effects generator

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sfxr is a tiny little tool built for the purpose of quickly generating unique, but recognizably stock sounds for games, specifically games competitions, where dev time can be measured in hours. Derek Yu… Continue reading

Quick-customizing Snarl styles

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An impatient search of Google for Snarl style customization, or some reference for Melon styles was fruitless (har har). Perhaps that old crank Dvorak was right about Google. At any rate, here is… Continue reading

Quickie: Configuring Klipfolio to monitor Hulu episode availability

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Using RSS feed plugin for Klipfolio.

bbClean-ng

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Keeping my eye on bbclean.wordpress.com. Blackbox on Windows may just have a new lease on life.

Opera + Sandboxie = good performance on the EEE, with minimal disk writes

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lesson learned: don’t write for half an hour on wordpress, then accidentally navigate away. you’ll lose your post. Well, short story is best, then: sequester Opera’s activities on a Sandboxie repository on the… Continue reading