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Monthly Archives: January 2007
Some primarily stochastic thought processes which occurred when I tried to apply Richard Dawkin’s hypotheses to the Æsir. If your default browsing font doesn’t contain a glyph for the ligature, well, tough ;-) I suppose one of the first things … Continue reading
So, ITunes tells me my iPod is up-to-date, and that it won’t copy a few songs to my iPod because the iPod software needs updating first. The word which springs to mind is "erk".
Possibly the scariest diagram anyone will ever have to look at. It’s even less penetrable than that Eric Levenez history of unix thing.
As I wrote the @interface to an object today, I found myself wanting for but one thing: – (NSArray <MyProtocol> *) foo; Where – as if you hadn’t guessed it – the pointy bracket bit (the lengths to which I … Continue reading