A few days ago, tor posted this announcement/plea to the community. It’s a grim reality that Firefox’s SVG implementation is not where it should be (some big pieces missing). Though I’ll be happy with the improvements in SVG support coming in Firefox 3 (some cool filter effects like Gaussian Blur), I was really hoping to see at least Declarative Animation make it into Firefox 3, even working pieces of it. Read the rest of this entry …

§341 · March 9, 2007 · Firefox, Software, SVG, Technology, Web · Comments Off on Please Help Out Mozilla SVG ·


I don’t like to be reminded that I’m missing GDC this year, but Rob sent me this little video reminder. The video is of a soon-to-be-released game for the PS3 called “Little Big Planet” which allows up to 4 players to construct their own fully physical world, or download other levels from other players and play it as a game. Go watch it!

§340 · March 8, 2007 · Entertainment, Games, GDC, Life, QuickLinks, Technology · Comments Off on Little Big Planet ·


Last night’s episode of Lost “Enter 77” feigned some answers, but of course provoked more questions. Did we learn anything? Read the rest of this entry …

§339 · March 8, 2007 · Entertainment, Lost, Television · Comments Off on Lost Questions ·


I finally settled on a remote control solution for my Home Theater Personal Computer (HTPC): The SnapStream Firefly PC Remote, $49.99 USD with free shipping from Amazon. Here’s how to set things up in OpenSUSE 10.2. Read the rest of this entry …

§336 · March 2, 2007 · Linux, Software, Technology · Comments Off on Setting Up OpenSUSE with a Remote Control ·