Today I brought in my beloved Berlingo to for inspection, as one has to do yearly (yes, it’s already been a year since I’ve bought her).
It isn’t a secret that one can script Photoshop to automate some tasks. Heck, one could even write a program and steer Photoshop. Hereby I’m posting a script that I’ve been using quite regularly.
By now you must all now that I’m a leader of the Scouts here in Deinze. In the scouts, it’s a tradition to receive a totem when you’re aged 14. Each totem has it’s own characterteristics as described in “Het achste Vuur” (a book containing all the totems). Some characteristics could be shy, helpfull, social, […]
Some time ago I wrote ranted about Dexia Direct Net. During the time now and my initial post, the shit really hit the fan: DDN was not working at all. The first few days I used DDN everything started to go slower: one clicked on a action he wanted to perform (or at least one […]
Took some time, but here’s the “I’m back from holiday – too bad it’s already finished”-post. This wasn’t a “normal” vacation as ‘taking a plane towards the sun’, but a camp with the (boy)scouts. It’s always been a tradition that the group of members that’s spending its last year as being a member (so next […]
Today was my last day at work which means that my vacation officially started (although Rock Werchter was a nice rehearsal) and by monday I’ll be on my way to Hungary with the Scouts. Hopefully I’ll be back by july 24 or something like that. Tata, B!
Today I received a package through snailmail about a new version of the ebanking application of Dexia … quickly I opened it, tried it, and … was very disappointed! // RANT ON!
On June 8 the 10 SIGCHI Conference, entitled “The Web and Beyond” took place in the lovely Tuschinski Theater in Amsterdam, Holland. Amongst the speakers were Jesse James Garret (Adaptive Path), Jared Spool (User Interface Egineering) and Bill Scott (Yahoo!) to talk about the thing most people dub as “Web 2.0”
The Box Office got updated to version 0.4.1 somewhere last week.