Monthly Archive: April 2010

Quick Review: Grooveshark 2

Quick Review: Grooveshark

Yesterday I ran into someone on IRC who suggested I give Grooveshark a try (Wikipedia entry). I’d never heard of it before, but I was told it was sorta similar to Pandora Radio. For those that don’t know, you give Pandora a song or artist and it creates a “radio” station of similar music and streams it to you. It is really quite cool, but you don’t have a lot...

Video: Android Folder Demo 2

Video: Android Folder Demo

Today is another one of my Android/Video series. The video is very short, just over 2 minutes in length, and it focuses completely on the folder aspects under Android. (View in high def) I’m just going to quickly reiterate the 3 aspects of folders in Android that I covered: Standard Folders – The main purpose of folders is to create ways to “gather” your applications all together, keep them out...

So I bought a pickup 1

So I bought a pickup

It’s a truck For the last 2 years, I’ve had a Prius. It was a good car, with some nice electronic toys to be sure. It most definitely gets fantastic gas mileage. That being said, it is a bit… meh. Now I didn’t get rid of it because it was “meh” (IE unexciting), I got rid of it because I didn’t drive it much these days. When I first got...

Problem solving: A “normal” person versus a programmer 0

Problem solving: A “normal” person versus a programmer

So here’s the situation: You want to read some manga offline. This manga is not currently available in print, in the United States. So you go online and start searching for it. Search as you might, you can’t find anywhere that lets you download ALL of. Sure, you can get some of the more recent chapters, but not from the beginning. As a consolation prize, you find a site that...