Archive for November, 2007

The Serviceman

Friday, 16 November, 2007

Today I had the opportunity to work on an LG DVD/VCD/DivX player. You see, my little nephew Eric had somehow managed to get two discs into it, and it would no longer display anything. Plugging it in would just make some motors whir. Now you’re probably thinking that this is one of those stories where […]

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Saturday, 3 November, 2007

If you’ve actually visited the web page, you’ll see a new link in the sidebar – To Arcade. I’ve put up a few translations of Japanese game service menus and test programs. Tell me what you think. Also, I’m open to suggestions for more candidates for translation. Incidentally, I’ve changed the look of the site […]

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So long, NeXTstep!

Thursday, 1 November, 2007

Well, Mac OS X 10.5 “Tiger” has been released. As usual, it’s feature-packed, and goes faster than the previous release on the same hardware. And as usual, Apple has deprecated and dropped several legacy features. It seems with every release, there’s a little less of NeXTstep hiding under the covers. In Leopard, Input Managers are […]

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