Over on Shadowrun4.com, I just wrote about Virtual Office vs. Real Office. Some of my readers may find the topic interesting. Drop by and share your experiences or ask some questions!
Just a note that from now until November 24th, I’ve taken up the challenge of blogging, daily, about Shadowrun or Catalyst in general on Shadowrun4.com.
Unless your web service processes the file after it’s uploaded and gives the uploader instant and useful feedback on whether that file is valid or not [like companies such as PsPrint do, or like most "Web 2.0" services do], please, for the love of all that is nice and easy, allow your customers to upload […]
I have been really busy lately; I like keeping busy, but the last month or so has been hectic and stressful, and there’s a lot of stuff going on but it doesn’t feel like anything is getting finished — even though I have two brand new books [Shadowrun’s Arsenal and Classic BattleTech’s Technical Readout: 3039], […]
Well, it’s that time of year, which means I spent two whole days without working on anything — aside from a brief mid-afternoon discussion on Christmas afternoon about playtesting something we’re working on at Catalyst Game Labs. I’ve been pretty busy for all of December [and, really, since Catalyst became a go!] and so it […]
I upgraded WordPress and updated to a slightly-hacked-up version of HemingwayEX today. There are a few things I had working on my home test server that aren’t quite working here yet, but I was in the mood to web-tinker so I figured it was better to get this online while I had the time and […]
I intend to blog here much more regularly in the near future. Honest.
I have a Windows machine sitting on the other side of my room, safely segregated from my working desk. I use it for work purposes occasionally: to deal with legacy files and to test stuff in IE, plus I play a few games now and then, and I prefer to keep them compartmentalized away from […]
I am about to upgrade my 1.5.x version of WordPress to the latest shiny 2.0.6 release. This might break things, at least in the short term. Edit: Excellent. The world has not ended, and everything seems peachy-keen. Now, to generate some actual content in the new year …
If you use Mail Act-On to apply filters to your mail within Apple’s Mail.app, and you use one of your rules much more than any other, here’s a quick tip: assign the trigger key to the same key you use to invoke Mail Act-On. A quick double-tap of your chosen key can file mail 1.8 […]