Accolades for

Me, I’d say this is hands down the best implementation of open source publishing technology I have ever seen, one that should serve as a wake up for any online publisher wondering if they should invest $1,000,000 in web publishing technology. I like it when I read nice things about the site Alex and I … Continue reading Accolades for

All Things Digital Launches

We launched the new All Things Digital today! This will be the new home for The Wall Street Journal’s technology columnist, Walt Mossberg and his partner in journalistic crime, Kara Swisher. Also joining them with witty daily videos and posts is former Good Morning Silicon Valley journalist, John Paczkowski. Expect to see tons of great … Continue reading All Things Digital Launches

Annoture 1.0.2 Released

Happy New Year everyone! Annoture 1.0.2 has been released. This is a recommended update for all Annoture users. It has numerous bug fixes in the file comparison routines over the previous version of Annoture. In addition, the application will now notify users when a newer update is available. Users also have the option to compare … Continue reading Annoture 1.0.2 Released

Cocoa/Obj-C Unicode Regular Expressions

MsgFiler is primarily an AppleScript Studio application. To perform the search on mailboxes, MsgFiler calls several home-grown PHP scripts. These scripts, however, don’t handle Unicode text all that well. As a result, when users search for mailboxes with accented characters, they invariably run into problems with MsgFiler. I’ve thrown in some custom-subclasses and functions into … Continue reading Cocoa/Obj-C Unicode Regular Expressions

Theory on Aperture Slowdown

Under the hood, Aperture stores information on an image in two places. The first is in a SQLite3 database, and the second is in an assortment of plist files. One would venture that this approach is used for data redundancy purposes and that the data is copied between the two methods on a frequent basis. … Continue reading Theory on Aperture Slowdown