Monthly Archives: August 2004

Really back: Yeah! This week, university starts again. Back to the books for another three months before I’m done, for two days a week. And my laptop’s new hard disk finally works, which means I finally had free disk space … Continue reading

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Distribution update: So, I got a new hard disk to work tonight, so I installed Fedora Core 2 on it. Whoa! What happened to Galeon? Where’s XMMS? Why does Nautilus look like Windows 3.11? And where’s my email? All in … Continue reading

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Goodbye parties: So close, yet imperfect. Today, after more than half a year of full-featured life in New York City, I’m flying back to the Netherlands. Yesterday, we (me and some of my friends that I’ve gotten to know here) … Continue reading

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GNOME Volume Control mockups: So, many comments and help on my mockups. Apparently, they help. ;-). Glad people like them. So, some terminology. The user doesn’t need to know them, but just so people know. A single soundcard representation is … Continue reading

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GNOME Media: Since the GNOME Volume Control UI sucks, I thought I’d play with creating some new UI for it. Colin says he likes it. ;). Images here, here, here and here. Not a real app (all Glade magic), but … Continue reading

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GNOME Media: So, I added some new stuff to gnome-volume-control. Didn’t commit yet, since I don’t know in what freezes we are right now (I’ve been pretty much inactive for quite a few weeks already). The result is pretty sweet, … Continue reading

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Revolution: So, this monday, I went off to Jones Beach’ Tommy Hilfinger Theater to see Korn, Linkin Park, Snoop Dogg and some other smaller bands (I saw Less Than Jake, The Used on mainstage and M.O.P. on the smallstage). Pretty … Continue reading

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