This mosquito was in the shower and didn’t seem to mind the camera flash.
This grasshopper gave me a rare opportunity for a picture by perching on the post of a rocking chair.
Sorting your downloads directory can be tedious, especially if you want to move files to destinations that aren’t immediate subdirectories. Worse, there is no one-size-fits all viewer that can handle static images, animated gifs, and video files all at once.
This is where triage.py comes in.
Read the rest of this entry »
Monitoring events in the console can be tedious, especially if the text looks mostly the same. Here’s a script that makes the movement easier to see.
I wanted to buy an ergonomic mac keyboard (for work), but those don’t exist. So, I was forced to make my own. Having owned several ergonomic keyboards (including the SK-6000, the Microsoft Natural keyboard, and the SafeType), I can say with confidence and without hyperbole that I now own the best ergonomic keyboard in the world:
- The key action of Apple’s keyboards is far more comfortable than what was on the market from any vendor 5 years ago. It’s amazing how mushy and “deep” the old Dell SK-6000 feels after typing on the Apple keyboard.
- The angle of the two halves is comparable to the Microsoft Natural keyboard.
- Since this is made from 2 keyboards instead of just one modified keyboard, I don’t have to sacrifice my ability to reach across the “center line” and type with my opposite hand (in cases where that’s useful).
And I resent having to build it instead of buy it. My suspicion is that if Apple released an “ergonomic” keyboard, they would be forced to admit that their goal of making the best hardware in the world includes non-ergonomic designs. Whoops.
This spider moved into my bathroom recently.
I found this crane fly in a flower bed, about to be disturbed by a smaller fly climbing the stem below it. The smaller fly decided to leave quickly.
Scarlet Lily Beetles are an invasive species in North America, and can devastate lily gardens. They’re easy to spot.