This is a thing I’ve been trying to keep up with, and there was a new paper: Usable Live Programming that was pretty interesting. This, of course led to see how Light Table was doing and it looks like they … Continue reading
Or at least in Microsoft’s version of it. And Clippy is now a cook.
This is a set of pages that show the potential new BBC layout. This is the site layout: Each page in the hierarchy above is shown in detail below. Note that some components that do work on the current site … Continue reading
No kidding, this is what I did at work this afternoon: We were all pretty happy with it, and thought it was a Friday afternoon well spent. That design should cut on the order of 10,000 lines of code from … Continue reading
For those who don’t know him, John Carmack II is one of the premier game programmers. He was a co-founder of id Software, which you may have heard of. Among his credits as lead programmer are Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, Quake, … Continue reading
The book really shows its age here. I think my favorite part was when a couple of paragraphs were given over to describing how to use a scan converter to grab the monitor outputs, with the appropriate caveats about how (RS-170) video … Continue reading
Google wants to hear from you about coming up with stuff for Glass…