PC Push-To-Talk is a Nightmare

Configuring your VOIP client such as Mumble, Ventrillo, or TeamSpeak to use Push-To-Talk (PTT) is a reasonable tradeoff between your convenience and the satisfaction of the other people you are talking to. Especially if you have a mouse with extra...

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On Swift, Xojo, and iOS

My take on Swift and what it means to Xojo.

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Persistent Login Cookies

Persistent logins aren't hard to get right, but easy to do wrong. Especially when the leading guide doesn't work in modern practice.

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Implementing Wildcard SSL with WHM/cPanel

Because SSL is a bitch by itself, wildcard SSL is like trying to teach a lion to bake.

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Let's Start Taking Passwords Seriously

For too long we've been making suggestions about secure passwords that don't make sense. Staying secure online doesn't have to be hard.

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A mostly pointless entry

I've been using an iPhone 4 for about a day now. Since Apple cancelled the white model, it was time to go with the black. My original iPhone was rapidly becoming a problem, so it was time. I've owned an...

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Microsoft officially supports H.264.

Microsoft drops a bomb on Ogg.

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Apple is betting on the wrong horse

Flash sucks, but it might win this war.

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My Take on iPad

My reaction to the iPad announcement. It was bound to happen.

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Microsoft continues to threaten web development

Internet Exploder does it again.

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Chrome OS

A mini-rant about Google's latest pile of junk.

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iPhone Upgrading

Upgrading from iPhone to iPhone 3GS and SE S500i to iPhone.

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Life Without Logic

Microsoft makes less sense by the minute.

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I hate Gmail

How Gmail makes Microsoft suck less.

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Relove for the iPhone

I used the leaked iPhone 2.0 firmware. It's like I when I first bought the iPhone over a year ago - I can't put it down. But this time, I can keep adding features. Some will be better when push...

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Source-Controlled Website

Keeping your website under version requires a small amount of setup, and allows an easy update path from a "sandbox" site to your live site.

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Worst Headphones Ever

http://www.arriva.com/ I don't normally do stuff like this, but this thing dropped my jaw to the point I feel a rant is due....

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Signal: Don't Bother

I've given a shot to a relatively new program called Signal which allows mobile control of iTunes from an iPhone or Windows PocketPC. While it's remote-side interface is beautiful, I was very disappointed by this app....

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Bad Apple! No Biscuit!

In reference to my "OH GOD IT'S SHUFFLING" bug reported a couple days ago, I've found it not to be a bug, just horrible UI....

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iPhone is making life less fun

Yeah, you read that headline correctly. There's really two reason, one more obvious that the other....

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For cryin' out loud... STOP SHUFFLING!!!

Alright, I've officially found my most annoying bug of the iPhone - it's shuffling all of my music. Apple added a very handy "Shuffle" item to the top of every playlist - something I have wanted for a very long...

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More iPhone Goodness

In case there wasn't enough on the internet about Apple's iPhone, here is some more. As I said in my last entry, the device is fantastic. It automatically checks my e-mail every fifteen minutes, I've already used it to get...

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Yet Another iPhone Thread

I waited in line. I got one. Here's some things I've learned so far....

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Safari 3 seems a little... confused...

After playing around with the AT&T coverage map in anticipation for iPhone, I discovered something odd with the Safari 3 beta....

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