Tourniquet, Skedge, Mansfield, Belladonna, Precludance, Tourniquet II, Oreo, Mocchi, Yojimbo, Dendril, Kody, Nexy.

These are the electronic devices I've regularly used for some period of time. All but the last two are either a desktop or laptop computer. It's not as wasteful as you might think. Many of those were temporary computers which I used only while I was in a location, and they moved on to another life. Two of them are Liv's. The ones that I've used the most are italicised. I'm adding a new one today, though. Clarity, a Hewlett Packard Compaq tc4400 tablet. It has my favourite case design so far, and it works well with Linux. It displaces Yojimbo, whose maximum hard drive capacity of 60GB (55GB, really) has been a nuisance for most of its employment. (Yojimbo also has a broken neck, but is otherwise in good condition.)

Clarity is somewhat of an accident. She was cheap off-lease at $300, which was mostly covered by Christmas money collected for the purpose of expanding Yojimbo's hard drive capacity (which proved a goose chase). She surpasses Yojimbo in most ways, being much faster, a bit more RAM, a nicer shell, and already comes with a larger HD (80GB, which I will soon upgrade to 500GB). She's also a tablet. Her disadvantages include being heavier, slightly bulkier, and having two sets of mouse buttons! One for a track pad and the other for a track point; what?!

Now the point of this post. I care about Yojimbo. I also cared about Skedge and Tourniquet. Tourniquet died, but Skedge, a sickly creature, is simply retired at home, and still functional (surprising at its age). Yojimbo, however, is in still mostly good condition. If it wasn't for the ridiculous hard drive limitation, I would probably ignore its occasional underperformance computationally and its ugly design. Someone has already offered to take Yojimbo off my hands, but I'm not sure I'm ready for that. I'd even feel bad setting Yojimbo aside. I already feel bad typing this on Clarity! Hehe.

I might do a silly, sentimental thing and keep both. Yojimbo is more portable. Lighter, slightly smaller, and even better battery life. I had wanted a desktop computer complement Yojimbo. I could plausibly treat Clarity as one, or set up Yojimbo in his dock semi-permanently, and take one or the other with me when needed. This might seem excessive, but most desktops waste a lot more energy than a laptop, I already have a nice secondary LCD monitor, and having a computer at home, on the network, would allow me to have a web server again.

Sentimentality for machines is ridiculous, but I enjoy it.


So, while practising drawing yet again, I've come to fear the cycle of start something, get busy with something else, stop working on it, come back later, and realise you've lost all your skill. Kendo comes to mind.


Simple mathematics

Does it take more energy to create a paper book and get it into my hands than the energy used to read a book on my phone plus a fraction of the phone's own construction and distribution energy cost (as divided across all its use in a life time).




I am growing weary of inadequate Task list solutions. To Do lists are a simple concept, and I just wish there was at least one comprehensive solution that could work well between my phone, my computer, and the web. It's been a decade. Maybe I'll write my own.

Android 2.3 Gingerbread and my Nexus One

My phone updated to Gingerbread the other day, so here are some thoughts.

Positive improvements.

  • Battery. Battery life feels better. It's probably just my imagination. It does come with more detailed power usage information, though.
  • Keyboard. Typing seems more accurate with the new keyboard. Individual keys appear smaller, but I think that just leads to having better defined targets for my fingers, increasing accuracy.
  • Display off. There's a pretty transition when going to stand-by. The display flattens the image as an old CRT television would.
  • Translucence. More buttons and other UI widgets are translucent, which is nice.
  • Flat buttons. A lot of buttons and UI widgets are now flat! It's great. Before a lot of them had a greater gradient. I prefer the look of flat, rectangular, 90°-corner buttons.
  • Downloads. A Downloads app which just shows you the content of your Downloads folder. Before, it was possible for a user to waste a lot of space with downloaded files and not know how to remove them, as they'd have to get a third-party application to browse their file system.
  • Application management. You can more easily see how much space they take up, and whether they're present on your phone or your SD card. Since my phone has a fixed amount of internal space, and since the file system on my SD card allows for smaller sizes, I try to keep as many apps on my SD card as possible.

  • Selecting text. Better selection support for copying and pasting. It was quite painful to do this before. Now they have grips for each edge of a selection that you can drag apart or near.

Questionable improvements.

  • Colours. The colour scheme changed. Before, there was a lot of soft greys for widgets and backgrounds, which was nice. Now, it's white on black, with some green elements an orange highlights. It's a palette I've seen before, but it's a weird one. It isn't necessary comfortable; it reminds me of Autumn nights.
  • Inconsistent look-and-feel. The new light on black doesn't apply to everything. A lot of Google apps are still the old dark on light, so that feels inconsistent. Less beautiful and integrated.
  • Readability in the sun. The idea with the black backgrounds is in part to help things like the menu bar be more innocuous and allow me to focus on things I care about, like a web page's content. However, it's now made it much harder to read the screen under sunlight.
  • Power? But perhaps the increased amount of black space is cheaper energy-wise to display, resulting in my feeling of longer battery life?

Recent application fun.

  • Androidify. This let's us create Android's version of Miis. It's kind of cute. Liv joined our Androids together for this:
  • Blogger. I missed this when it came out the other month, I guess, but I'm glad I found it. It has a very simple interface. I don't like typing long things on my phone, but it's very convenient for posting an image quickly :)
  • Google Reader. This I caught when it came out a couple months ago. I've been very happy with it.
  • LED Flash as a Flashlight. Google Goggles has a button added solely for using the camera's flash as a flash light. It's incredibly bright. I fear I'll burn out the light prematurely if I over use it. That, or Liv's eyes.
  • Google Maps. Google Maps has been a continual source of delightful new features. Recent additions include checking in with Google Latitude, reviewing places with Hotpot (which I actually enjoy using), vector graphs (for arbitrary zooming and offline caching).


Most Android users may not be affected as much by the new colour scheme, since they probably use a version customised by HTC, Motorola, Samsung, et al. I actually like the colour scheme, but I'm not sure if it's something I want to live with for a long while, especially when Google's own applications don't feel consistent. I assume more will adapt over time.

Overall, I'm enjoying it a good deal.


Video editing in Linux

UPDATE: Pitivi's development version solved my problem. I was aware that it had effects added recently by Thibault Saunier. I got that from git, compiled, found the Flipper effect, used it to rotate the content, and voila. A victory for Pitivi, Gstreamer, and simple interfaces.

I cannot find a piece of Free Software that can actually successfully rotate a video 90° degrees and I give up. I'm tired of struggling with mencoder and ffmpeg to try to preserve quality, synchronisation, and get rotation. Given that there actually is a lot of good software written to handle everything I'd like to do, I'm baffled that after 8 years of using Linux, none of it seems more usable than it was 8 years ago. I know I should file bugs or write code to solve it, but right now I'm just tired.

Automating school work

Finished more school work late into the night. Rather than discussing that, I'll note that earlier today I had to finish marking structure charts. Students coded a programme and had to submit a paper chart of their code's structure, very similar to a call graph. Rather than laboriously comparing the contents of their source code with their diagrams, I decided to use CodeViz to generate actual call graphs for me. There are several other pieces of code I could use, like cplot and gprof, but I wanted static analysis of the source code, and I didn't want to have to alter their make files or override them. CodeViz let me just point my PATH at its copy of gcc and then call two easy commands to generate PNGs.

This worked out very well for me. I was able to easily spot inaccuracies in their structure charts. Sadly, this probably worked out worse for the students I TA, since this allowed me to easily spot inaccuracies in their structure charts.

The lesson is that being lazy such that you want to automate as much as possible to minimise actual work drives innovation and discovery. There's a cost to learning new tools and processes, but it's always wonderful when they prove useful again in the future.

Shave the Ginger

My girlfriend is raising money against cancer. Shave the Ginger. Most of her hair will be shaved off tomorrow for this cause.

[Technology] Connecting to uog-wifi-secure from Linux

So, at the University of Guelph, apparently there are current, active security concerns about using the regular, unencrypted uog-wifi wireless network.

They provide uog-wifi-secure, but it's not entirely obvious how to connect to it. CCS provides this helpful page: http://www.uoguelph.ca/ccs/node/858 that gives instructions on how to set up access to it for Windows, and provides some general parametres for other systems.

I'm connecting from Fedora 14 Linux, using GNOME 2.30, using Network Manager. I wasn't sure what to do with some of those parametres, because it turns out I don't need them. Here are the parametres I ended up using, except I filled in my username and my real Central ID password:
That alone did not work. The authentication servers may not have your current Central ID password saved. As their website suggested, I had to go to https://www.uoguelph.ca/ccs/apps/password/change/ and re-set it so that my Central ID password could work with uog-wifi-secure.

If you're wondering where I got the certificate file for Thawte Premium Server CA, I exported it from Firefox. I went to Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Show Certificates, scrolled down until I got to Thawte Premium Server CA, clicked it, and clicked "Export...". I added the .pem file extension to the proposed name and saved it to my file system. Then, in Network Manager's connect window, I browsed my file system and selected the newly saved copy of the certificate.

Voila! I also did a similar treatment to my Nexus One Android phone. My browsing sessions should remain relatively more private, for now.

Custom, local changes to websites; making Planet Fedora more readable

Sometimes I wish websites I visited were slightly different. I sometimes read Planet Fedora, but it's default layout is painful on my relatively small screen. My monitor is 1024x768, but I only have about 924px of width because I use a vertical tab bar. Consequently, the post entries normally appear very narrow. The entries waste a lot of space on the right in the column with the author's icon. Two changes I'd make to the page include making the text take up the full width of the entry, and actually removing the link bar on the left (I never use it) so I can have wider entries.

Many browsers will let you do this, or have an extension to let you do this. You can make changes to websites that will only affect your view of it, telling your browser to render it differently, just for you.

In the case of Mozilla Firefox, the browser I use, I use the native method of creating a custom CSS file, at (in Linux) ~/.mozilla/firefox/<profile ID>.default/chrome/userContent.css. Firefox loads this for every page and let you override a site's default CSS style.

The style changes I want to make are to elements with generic identifiers like div#content. I don't want this to affect every div element with an id of "content" in all my browsing, so I took a couple seconds to find out how I could make my local rules site-specific.

In the end, I've ended up with:

/* for Planet Fedora */
@-moz-document url-prefix(http://planet.fedoraproject.org) {
    .blog-entry-content {
        margin-right: 25px !important;
    div#sidebar {
        display: none;
    div#content {
        margin-left: 30px !important;

The !important modifiers ensure that, if Planet Fedora sets margin-left itself on div#content, say, that our rule will take precedence.

Sometimes, though, I forget I've set this in my local Firefox, which gives me a surprise when I see it in another browser!

Normally (in Google Chrome):

With customisations (in Mozilla Firefox):


Good night

Finished school work for the evening.  Time to go to bed at a ridiculous hour again.  Sigh :)  At my Nexus One phone updated to Android 2.3 today.  The keyboard is very nice now.


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