A release candidate for Iron Python 1.0 (a version of python that runs on .NET) is out now. Here's an article on how to get it integrated into Visual Studio 2005. Python is the easiest and most productive programming language I've ever used... it's like ice cream for breakfast every day!
I've been predicting these for a while now. This one is being built by an Australian company. Maybe Apple will get the hint.
This game is going to be so many kinds of awesome:
All kinds of rumors about the reputed Microsoft answer to the iPod:
Whatever. It's supposed to be out for the holidays this year, led by Mr. J... could it be cool? Would you buy it?
I like the way the tech world has played out, with no major player dominating everything: Apple with music, Sony with games, Microsoft with home PCs, Google with search, Oblivion with Oblivion, PeerSec with sweet security. Actual choice! I'll probably stick with the ol' iPod, but a Wi-Fi mobile music player (with Zero Config) would be sweet.
An online comic, Gone With The Blastwave, which is a little juvenille, but with some nice Half-Life-ian earth tones.
There is kind of a funny, sick feeling you get when you find out that something isn’t exactly what you believed it to be. I had that experience recently with my desktop search. I was lulled into thinking that once you installed a desktop search utility your days of hunting through piles of files was over. I mean there is just something about the name ‘Google’ that inspires confidence in search results. If Google says I don’t have a local file with that keyword, who am I to argue? Google must be right – that is unless you are actually staring at that exact keyword in one of your files.Continue reading "Abandoning Google Desktop Search"...