A friend sent these to my wife and she in turn sent them to me. These pictures seem to really show Barack Obama as a real person, doing things normal people do. Picture “K”, “D”, and “J” really show what seems to be a normal Father / Husband and working man.
I’ve had my macbook sense sometime around June of 2007. It’s was the first Mac that I’ve had that I actually used on a daily basis, before the macbook I had a G4 Cube I picked up off eBay to play with PPC OpenBSD so that doesn’t really count.
I can honestly say that I love my macbook. It is hands down the best computer I’ve ever owned. The only thing that I wish was different was the graphics chipset. I would love, I mean love to be able to play WoW and have it not run like crap.
In the year and change that I’ve had my macbook I’ve been ever more interested in learning to code for Mac OS. Now that the iPhone App Store is up and running and the SDK has had its NDA lifted I figured that I might as well try to cash in on the App Store Gold Mine.
I know Python, Perl PHP and bits and pieces of a few other languages but I have not touched C or C++ sense my 10th grade C++ course. I figured that it couldn’t be to hard to spin my Python knowledge of objects into C objects and decided that I should just dive right in.
I didn’t want to go it alone though. I spent a day or so looking on Amazon for Objective-C books and reading reviews. I finally decided on Cocoa(R) Programming for Mac(R) OS X (3rd Edition). I’ve had the book for a few days now and am really enjoying it.
Skimming digg this morning I found a story discussing a visioning change to the Linux Kernel. Historically odd numbers were development versions and even numbers were stable. The 2.6 Kernel series has been out for five years now.
Greg KH posted a new naming scheme YEAR.NUMBER.MINOR_RELEASE. To me this seems silly. Referring to the kernel as 2.6.22 sounds better. 2.6 is a known stable version. I can see it being very confusing to people to call the kernel 2008-10 or 2008.2.1.
My wife, brother and I have been playing with Photoswap by Padadaz for a few days now and it is now one of the most used applications on my iPhone.
You take a picture and send it out. It is received by one and only one person. If they find it interesting they can directly reply to you with a picture of their own. Thats it.
I’ve personally had a ‘conversation’ last for over two hours, sending pictures of random toys in my office and getting random toys in return.
I guess the Republican National Committee thinks that I should not vote for Obama and should vote for the Dinosaur McCain. I think they chose an interesting Image to uses on the front of their mailer. The very first thing that I thought of when I saw it was how much it looked like propaganda from Nazi Germany. I understand that they are going for an image of strength and pride and that the image of Hitler is not the image they had hoped to bring to mind.