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Weekly Twitter Digest: 2009-06-29

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  • Wow. I feel sorry for visitors to America who encounter our army of rude, condescending airline industry employees. Welcome to America. #
  • @alexkingorg Feature request for Twitter Tools: configurable “New Blog Post” text (haven’t tried new beta yet — is it in there?) #
  • @chriskac maybe you need to have some servers hacked. Or maybe a DDOS attack to brighten up your day? :) in reply to chriskac #
  • Video games are clearly the devil’s work. http://bit.ly/14FoWG #
  • Firefox 3.5 is, right now, *much* slower than Safari is, and sometimes won’t load pages unless I restart the app. Wonder if it’s an add-on. #
  • Pakistani lunch special in Inglewood. A woman just came in and tried to sell me socks. http://yfrog.com/9h31kj #
  • Bolivian News Fail. har har har. http://bit.ly/4MTBj #
  • @adamnash and @johnolilly should have their own Twitter # channel. in reply to adamnash #
  • Had lunch with Vienna Teng at Delfini Cafe in Playa del Rey. Love being in same town coincidentally! #
  • @jauderho iPhone 3GS Score: 64.7 Richards: 55.4 DeltaBlue: 46.4 Crypto: 55.9 RayTrace: 74.7 EarleyBoyer: 142 RegExp: 32.0 Splay: 97.3 in reply to jauderho #
  • Thought Manhattan Beach in LA was similar to San Diego’s beaches until I discovered that the bottoms of my feet were covered in tar. #
  • Where can I find a Michael Jackson internet proxy filter? Enough already! #
  • Evernote now allows sharing of notebooks with friends. Awesome. http://bit.ly/aDq8f #
  • “YouTube uploads increased 400% since iPhone 3GS launch.” Maybe this is why I can’t complete a call on AT&T anymore. http://bit.ly/EnMV3 #
  • I love being on Stanford campus, where I can download at insane speeds. Oh, and I get to play a lot of music, too. #
  • Save the date: Gallery reception in San Diego, July 11, 1-5pm. Details to follow! #
  • @cindypon the show actually opens July 6, so you can also go early. But I won’t get to see you! in reply to cindypon #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Jun 29, 2009 00:01:00

Disable Mac OS X sudden motion sensor

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@macgeekpro (Yohannes Wijaya) reminded me that I need to disable my Mac’s sudden motion sensor. I have two SSDs in my MacBook Pro, so the sudden motion sensor isn’t so useful for me. I’m not even sure if SSDs respond to the command to disengage drive heads, since there are no drive heads.

Anyway, here’s how to disable it in Mac OS 10.4/10.5 (from Apple’s support page):

In Terminal, type the following command:

Disable: sudo pmset -a sms 0
Enable: sudo pmset -a sms 1

Los Angeles, CA | link | trackb | 2 comments » | Jun 24, 2009 13:07:04

Work the connections

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I don’t think this is going to work, but it was worth a try. :)

Pam: My manager asked if you’re a Sea Shepherd!
Pam: He saw your shirt!
Pam: He loves Whale Wars.

Me: Awesome
Me: Ask for a raise

Pam: Perhaps if I give him a crew shirt… :)

Me: The last publicly available crew shirt sold for $1,000
Me: Does he have that in cash? ;)

Los Angeles, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jun 24, 2009 12:55:30

Bliss

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First time in at least 7 years…

Los Angeles, CA | link | trackb | 3 comments » | Jun 24, 2009 12:17:48

Firefox 3.5RC2 stops loading pages after awhile

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I’ve recently started having a problem with Firefox 3.5RC2 (on Mac OS 10.5.7): it hangs and stops loading pages after awhile. Sometimes, it’s after an hour, and sometimes, it’s after 2 minutes. What’s strange is that I can then launch Safari and access any page, and then Firefox will resume loading pages.

I’ve disabled all my add-ons, and it hasn’t resolved the problem. The next step for debugging will be to trash ~/Library/Application Support/Firefox and start a completely new profile.

Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:1.9.1) Gecko/20090616 Firefox/3.5

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 9 comments » | Jun 23, 2009 12:55:42

Clear ceases operations

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At 9:36pm, I got an email stating that Clear lanes would no longer be available as of 11:00pm. 84 minutes of notice! That’s pretty impressive. I’m glad my year’s membership was almost up (early August termination).

Clear to Cease Operations

Dear Eric Cheng,

At 11:00 p.m. PST today, Clear will cease operations. Clear’s parent company, Verified Identity Pass, Inc. has been unable to negotiate an agreement with its senior creditor to continue operations.

After today, Clear lanes will be unavailable.

Sincerely,
Clear Customer Support

Verified Identity Pass
600 Third Avenue
10th Floor
New York, NY 10016

Los Angeles, CA | link | trackb | 4 comments » | Jun 22, 2009 22:53:35

Color Eyes Pro install error on unibody MacBook Pro

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I installed the demo version of Color Eyes Pro v1.52 on my 17″ unibody MacBook Pro running Mac OS 10.5.7. At the end of the installation, I received the following error:

System extension cannot be used - The system extension /System/Library/Extensions/MonitorControl_drv.kext was installed improperly and cannot be used. Please try reinstalling it, or contact the product's vendor for an update.

The error text reads:

System extension cannot be used

The system extension “/System/Library/Extensions/MonitorControl_drv.kext” was installed improperly and cannot be used. Please try reinstalling it, or contact the product’s vendor for an update.

It doesn’t seem to be a common problem because a Google search for “MonitorControl_drv.kext” currently returns exactly one result (so rare!).

Color Eyes Pro seems to be working just fine on the MacBook Pro, and installing the software package on my Mac Pro proceeded smoothly without any errors.

Los Angeles, CA | link | trackb | 2 comments » | Jun 22, 2009 19:08:49

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2009-06-22

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  • Skype is terrible these days. Everyone seems to agree. #
  • A friend recommends SightSpeed as a Skype replacement. Anyone use it? http://www.sightspeed.com #
  • Went to Roche Harbor tonight, where red-blooded Americas played patriotic music while taking flags down, and then fired a cannon. #
  • Whaaaa? 36 (thirty-six) 12″x16″ microfiber cloths for $16.99? Yes, please. http://bit.ly/aGEyu #
  • Olympus E-P1. Me want. http://bit.ly/Y7f04 #
  • Installed Alex King’s latest WordPress Mobile Edition plugin (http://bit.ly/14SYwz) on our MarineLife Keywords blog: http://bit.ly/D4Hpl #
  • Layar: Augmented reality browser for mobile devices. http://layar.eu/ #
  • @chaimhaas Hello! I am on Skype 2.8 beta on Mac OS 10.5.7 on a unibody MBP17. The others are on Windows machines. Email http://bit.ly/GhEeL in reply to chaimhaas #
  • Childhood fears “Horror” portfolio by Joshua Hoffine. http://bit.ly/roKUh #
  • @chriskac I knew it!! :) in reply to chriskac #
  • Went bowling with some Sea Shepherd folk tonight. Good fun! (bowled a 147) #
  • 1 bad thing about having Facebook pull data from everywhere is that my friends have to deal with news dupes (i.e. Flickr, Journal, Twitter) #
  • *Almost* finished download of iPhone OS 3.0, but then had to pack up for the airport. Well… it will be there later. :) #
  • Removed journal feed from Facebook import. Now, only the Twitter item will show, but you’ll have to click through for the actual content. #
  • @kaichang Did you have to do military service in Taiwan? I was offered a passport, but they said I’d probably have to serve. in reply to kaichang #
  • Famous last words!! :) (re: @kaichang “In theory I am ‘on call’ 4 military duty if war breaks out w China. But what are the odds of that?”) #
  • Just put my 16GB Diesel USB flash drive in the wash. Still works! #
  • I uploaded a YouTube video — Paiwan aboriginal tribe of Taiwan visits the San Diego TACC http://bit.ly/WOesc #
  • 1st attempt at making Vietnamese ice coffee – FAIL! #
  • 2nd attempt at making Vietnamese ice coffee — SUCCESS! #
  • Chat contacts, install Emoji emoticons! Adium: http://bit.ly/fx9ao iChat: http://bit.ly/mv0Dp iPhone: http://bit.ly/COLBS #
  • Crafts night! Dremeled my two 2G iPhone docks to fit my new 3GS. One is the old one for the bluetooth headset, which is no longer available. #
  • @fleander A rare moment when I wasn’t trying to get away from the camera. :) in reply to fleander #
  • RT: help protect identity of Twitter users updating from Iran, change your location to Iran, timezone GMT+3.30 hrs #Iranelection #
  • How do non-computer people use computers? Seriously. #
  • Sending this tweet from @adamnash ‘s test Palm Pre. #
  • @macaby Just checked out the #whalewars thread — amazing that people think that reality TV is 100% real (and make judgments about people) in reply to macaby #
  • Re-calibrating/profiling my two big displays on Mac Pro, MacBook Pro, and company iMac. Using Monaco Optix XR Pro. Want better solution. #
  • @DivePhotoGuide The Monaco software allows for profile matching. It’s not perfect, but it’s not bad… in reply to DivePhotoGuide #
  • I need to get outside for some natural light! #
  • 20% of my calls on AT&T are failing today. Wonder if they are having problems with load from new iPhones. #
  • @alexkingorg AT&T also has the best international network. If it weren’t for that, and iPhone, I’d be on Verizon! in reply to alexkingorg #
  • QuickBooks 2009 for Mac trial version link is hidden on Intuit’s website… so here it is for convenience: http://bit.ly/y8iEk #
  • Accounting day for Wetpixel. And by “day,” I mean that. #
  • Trying 10 day demo of Color Eyes Pro (with Monaco XR device). @andybiggs swears by it, and I trust him. #
  • Out for Father’s Day with Geoff and Livia at hardcore Chinese food http://yfrog.com/0wg4xnj #
  • For all my new parent friends (directions for parents) http://bit.ly/R6ahi #
| link | trackb | no comments » | Jun 22, 2009 00:01:00

Selling a 16GB iPhone 2G

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I recently upgraded to an iPhone 3GS, and now need to sell my original 16GB iPhone (2G). On eBay, a mint-condition jailbroken 16GB iPhone 2G sells for $300-$350, while iPhones that look used are going between $200-$300. Assuming I managed to get $300 for mine (unlikely, even though the screen is perfect — it looks used), I would pay approximately $21 in fees, plus at least $10 insured shipping, netting me around $269.

For my phone, FlipSwap offers $235 in the form of an Amazon gift certificate, or around $223 in cash. I’ve decided to sell via FlipSwap / Amazon gift certificate because the $34 difference isn’t enough to make me go through the effort of listing on eBay and risking a sale price lower than $263, which the break-even price at eBay after fees. I’d also risk an international sale, which comes with its own set of issues, like risk, and time to actually go to a post office. Also, I’d have to either wait for a 3.0 jailbreak tool or downgrade the firmware from 3.0 to 2.2.1 for jailbreaking before selling it on eBay. More effort.

FlipSwap seems like the best deal, that is, unless someone reading this wants to buy my iPhone for more than $235 + shipping. :)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jun 21, 2009 12:36:47

Monaco Optix XR Pro can’t calibrate unibody MacBook Pro

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I just profiled my unibody MacBook Pro 17″ using a Monaco Optix XR Pro (with included Monaco OPTIX software), and it doesn’t seem to work well. I profiled the display at full brightness targeting both native display white balance and D65. While the D65 results produced a white that was very pleasing to me (warmer than the default “Color LCD” profile that ships with the Mac), a quick look at a grayscale chart showed browns creeping in to many values of gray. In the grayscale chart linked to above, there was a noticeable brown tinge in probably 30-40% of the 26 grayscale values, in both the D65 and native target profiles.

I used Mac OS’s calibration tool in the Displays preference pane, and it produces a different-looking profile with the same brown contamination in the grays.

This is a very difficult thing to show on the web. The only way I can think of to show visuals of what I’m talking about is to set manual white balance on a digital camera and photograph the screen — perhaps a task for another night. My conclusion is that neither the Monaco Optix XR Pro nor Mac OS X’s built-in display calibration is effective at profiling the unibody MacBook Pro’s glossy screen.

Also, I posted an update to my post on calibrating a Dell 3008WFP (at the end of the post).

UPDATE: I just did another calibration using the Optix XR Pro with the Color Eyes Pro software demo instead of the bundled Monaco software, and it looks promising so far!

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jun 21, 2009 03:04:08

All devices belong to Newton

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iPhone 3GS, iPhone 2G, iPod Touches (2), Blackberry Bold and Newton

Things get out of hand when I visit Adam Tow!

Santa Clara, CA | link | trackb | no comments » | Jun 20, 2009 23:58:50

Starting to watch Whale Wars, Season 2

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I’ve really enjoyed the first two episodes of Whale Wars, Season 2. It’s nice to get to laugh at some of the things that didn’t seem to be funny at the time. :)


From Episode 1: I totally nailed this photo of Paul

More photos… (read more »)

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 2 comments » | Jun 18, 2009 23:40:36

Synchronizing birthdays from Mac to iPhone (and more)

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Even though iPhone 3.0 supports CalDAV, there still doesn’t appear to be an easy way to get the “Birthdays” calendar to sync to iPhone over MobileMe. Enter Dates to iCal, by John Maisey, a background script that creates and maintains a new calendar in iCal containing all of your birthdays and anniversaries. Because iCal sees the new calendar as a standard calendar, it syncs effortlessly using MobileMe.

Within 60 seconds of turning on Dates to iCal, I could see all of my contacts’ birthdays on my iPhone and on my two Macs running iCal. I then published the new Birthdays calendar to Google using BusySync, and my Blackberry Bold now also sees the calendar after syncing with Google Sync.

General notes on syncing Macs to Google to iPhone to Blackberry: I have been a loyal user of BusySync for some time now; it allows me to sync my iCal calendars to and from Google.

My calendar sync looks something like this:

iPhone <-MobileMe-> Mac <-BusySync-> Google Calendar <-Google Sync-> Blackberry

Even I’m amazed that it works.

iPhone’s new CalDAV support means that I could probably start hosting my calendars in Google and subscribing to them via CalDAV in iCal and on the iPhone, but it’s all working well right now and I don’t have the energy to re-think things, especially when it all seems to work.

San Francisco, CA | link | trackb | 3 comments » | Jun 18, 2009 23:17:52

A visit to Sea Shepherd HQ in Friday Harbor

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It looks like Kim is attempting a hi-five instead of a hand strike, doesn’t it?

Adam Lau and I spent the last 5 days at Sea Shepherd headquarters in Friday Harbor, Washington, visiting Kim and the rest of the crew. We lucked out and had absolutely beautiful weather for all 5 days — it only started raining when I stepped foot into the little Cessna Caravan on my way back to Seattle. The San Juan Islands are some of the most beautiful islands I’ve ever seen, and those of you who are close to Sea Shepherd know how appropriate it is that their headquarters are surrounded by nature (in contrast to what is shown on TV, I mean).

A bonus: Julie Andersen was also in Friday Harbor while we were there! It was great to get to spend some time with Julie, as it had been far too long since our last meeting. Unfortunately, I missed Simeon Houtman by mere hours, and Laurens de Groot by a bit longer. (read more »)

Seattle, WA | link | trackb | 8 comments » | Jun 17, 2009 17:20:22

Eco-Terrorism and Piracy on the High Seas

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This is an interesting read, I’m told. I’ve just emailed it to my Kindle and will try to read it on the plane.

ECO-TERRORISM AND PIRACY ON THE HIGH SEAS: JAPANESE WHALING AND THE RIGHTS OF PRIVATE GROUPS TO ENFORCE INTERNATIONAL CONSERVATION LAW IN NEUTRAL WATERS
2009, Joseph Elliott Roeschke, The Villanova Environmental Law Journal, Volume XX, Issue 1, pages 99-136.

Abstract:

This Comment examines the various sources of international law on whaling, which attempt to wrestle with the convoluted area of international environmental conservation law on the high seas. Specifically, this Comment analyzes whether, and to what extent, private groups like Sea Shepherd have legal authority to protect endangered whales in neutral waters outside the jurisdiction of any nation. Section II explains the history of whaling, including a synopsis of whaling in Japanese culture and a history of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Section III outlines the relevant areas of international law that regulate whaling and environmental activism, which take place in the neutral coastal waters off of Antarctica. Section IV details the Japanese exploitation of the scientific research exception and provides a critical analysis of how the relevant regulations apply to individuals and private groups who enforce international conservation laws. Finally, Section V focuses on the effect Sea Shepherd has had on the Japanese scientific whaling program and suggests that Sea Shepherd should be allowed to continue enforcing international conservation law, but through less controversial means . . . [Download PDF, 184 KB]

Seattle, WA | link | trackb | 2 comments » | Jun 17, 2009 16:05:19

Disembodied camel head of Friday Harbor

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disembodied camel head of friday harbor

All must bow down to the disembodied camel head of Friday Harbor.

(Mona, the camel. 1/250 seconds @ f/11, ISO 160. Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, Canon 15mm/2.8 fisheye lens, Canon Speedlite 580EX II @ +1/3 EV)

Friday Harbor, WA | link | trackb | 7 comments » | Jun 16, 2009 23:06:43

SightSpeed, a Skype replacement?

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Lau says Whaaaaaa?

I was recently complaining about Skype’s deteriorating service (as is routine these days), and one of my friends on Facebook suggested that I try out SightSpeed, a service owned by Logitech. I downloaded the Mac client, installed it, and was instantly confused when I launched the application. Why did my camera just turn on, and why does it look like I just started up AOL? Seriously, it looks like a fake interface that you might see on an infomercial for turbo charging your internet access. (read more »)

Friday Harbor, WA | link | trackb | 4 comments » | Jun 15, 2009 11:23:45

Me and my friend, Mona the camel

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Me and Mona in Friday Harbor

I’ll always remember Mona as the first camel to rest her head on my shoulder…

Friday Harbor, WA | link | trackb | 6 comments » | Jun 15, 2009 01:17:55

Weekly Twitter Digest: 2009-06-15

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  • Happy that Palm went inductive for its Touchstone Pre charger. I wish everything charged that way! #
  • Full flights and flight delays seem to be the norm these days. Argh. #
  • iPhone 3G vs. iPhone 3GS comparison chart (courtesy of @Gizmodo) – http://twurl.nl/1vfsrs (via @adamnash) #
  • Squeezing a bit more life out of my 1st gen Mac Pro by upgrading to an ATI HD 3870 graphics card ($200). http://bit.ly/YZ77P #
  • Herb timelapse updated, growing out of control. http://bit.ly/XLvYF #
  • Gizmodo: Whiners of the World: Shut Up About the iPhone 3GS’ Upgrade Price. http://bit.ly/10xirT #
  • Interesting article on a Canon to Nikon switch for the D700. I’m still on 1Ds3 — afraid of 5D Mk2 lag and crap focus. http://bit.ly/owNrL #
  • This is super geeky, but I have a story just like his. (RT @alexkingorg Mobile Infidelity http://bit.ly/MzjZO) #
  • Need to decompress a bit before settling down to be productive at home… before leaving again this Saturday. #
  • New York Times: The Seafood Eater’s Latest Conundrum http://bit.ly/8zacV (via @Wetpixel) #
  • I think WWDC is saturating AT&T 3G in San Francisco. Go home, Apple nerds!! ;) #
  • You people publishing your quiz results in Facebook are ruining the UI experience (alternatively: Facebook, fix this problem PLEASE). #
  • My shark image is on the 2010 American Elasmobranch Society shark calendar! Pre-order available soon. :) http://www.elasmo.org/ #
  • @chriskac I love Evernote! in reply to chriskac #
  • @adamnash Need a time lapse photo of that garden! in reply to adamnash #
  • Whaaaaa? Tadpoles and small freshwater fish inexplicably dropping from the sky in Japan http://twurl.nl/n1vrgb (via @tonywu) #
  • I’m productive at night, but I hate working at night. #
  • @johnolilly Hey, John. How are you using google voice and AIM to send SMS messages? You send using AIM with a google voice sender number? in reply to johnolilly #
  • @johnolilly Cool. I’m using Google Chat to send SMS, at the moment, but I may switch to Google Voice for it if it can set a from number. in reply to johnolilly #
  • @johnolilly Does your AIM / Adium SMS actually work? When I try, using +15551212, I get “Could not send because (number) is blocked.” in reply to johnolilly #
  • Need… food… #
  • Latte Express at 5th and Mint. Loooove this place for Vietnamese sandwiches and ice coffee. http://bit.ly/166g8S http://yfrog.com/07u3lj #
  • @lfstewart Call me, and we’ll go together! in reply to lfstewart #
  • DAMMIT. I forgot it was Friday and didn’t get echeng as my Facebook name. (I got echeng1) #
  • @johnolilly I can’t wait to see episode 2. We have GREAT photos from the campaign, which will be used in a product eventually. :) in reply to johnolilly #
  • @schrep As your hero, can you change my Facebook username to echeng? You can tell that Elaine girl that her username was “lost.” :) in reply to schrep #
  • I’m trying to explain Facebook usernames to Livia, and she concludes, “but, who cares?”. Apparently, >1M people so far, according to @shrep #
  • @schrep1 OOPS, my bad! #
  • @johnolilly I’m glad I could be involved in your dumbest tweet evar!! That’s an honor. in reply to johnolilly #
  • Have to leave for Friday Harbor in 5.5 hrs. #
  • @alexkingorg I get a call once a day from “CitiCard” asking me to call in and verify information. Seems totally bogus. in reply to alexkingorg #
  • No teenaged girl should be wearing a shirt that says “hyman” anywhere on it. #
  • At SeaTac: Army ROTC and cruise ship meeting point in the same space makes for funny juxtaposition. #
  • With Sea Shepherd in Friday Harbor: dinner with Paul Watson, Kim McCoy, Alex Earl, and Shark Angel Julie Andersen. #
  • 13″ and 15″ MacBook Pros have a slower SATA interface. http://bit.ly/9bum4 Benchmark: http://bit.ly/h8PJz #
  • Just fed Mona the camel. #
| link | trackb | 1 comment » | Jun 15, 2009 00:01:00

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Friday Harbor, WA | link | trackb | 3 comments » | Jun 14, 2009 12:47:41
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