SPICE was published in the Wiley journal Cytometry on January 7, 2011 and is listed on the Vaccine Research Center’s list of 2011 publications.Continue reading
For years my primary development machine for my personal endeavors has been some form of PowerBook or MacBook. I liked being able to take the entirety of my digital environment with me wherever I went. During the last year or so, I decided to see how much of that environment I actually needed to be mobile. I even outlined a basic plan for this in early 2010. Here I am in early 2011 ready to take the next step – trading the laptop in for a powerful desktop computer and leaving mobile power behind.Continue reading
This morning on my way into work I was listening to WTOP, a local news, traffic, and weather radio station. One of the anchors lamented that 2010 was the “year we stopped talking to one-another.” His assertion was that too many of us are using text and e-mail versus voice. I find this both puzzling and absurd.Continue reading
Another quick Xcode debugging tip: If you experience “orange breakpoints” when debugging and have verified you’re in debug mode, and have cleaned and rebuilt your target to no avail, try disabling “Load Symbols Lazily” in Xcode’s Debugging preferences panel.
It’s been eight months since I griped about a lack of a swipe-to-navigate gesture in Mobile Safari. There’s still been no progress, despite iOS 4 having come out since then. I think I have the reason why and a compromise. The basic problem is that web pages can be horizontally scrolled. The deeper problem, I suspect, may be “not invented here syndrome” on Apple’s part.Continue reading