Monthly Archives May 2005

js/uix

JS/UIX is an UN*X-like OS for standard web-browsers, written entirely in JavaScript (no plug-ins used). Seriously wrong. Be sure to try vi. [via Simon Cozens]

Now this kicks ass.

I just got a call from the Ottawa Safety Council, and they had a cancellation for this weekend’s motorcycle course, so I get to do mine this weekend instead of the end of June. Of course, that means I’ll be riding on an M1 for a month longer than planned, but it will also mean […]

Motorcycle license!

I got my M1 license on Friday! The M1 license is the first step toward the M (Motorcycle) license in Ontario’s graduated licensing system. It lets you ride a motorcycle unaccompanied, without a passenger, during daylight hours, on roads with a speed limit of 80 km/h or less, with zero blood alcohol. It’s a short […]

Potential ride

I might have found a bike — an ’89 Suzuki GS500E, with 35k km, new tires, new chain and sprocket, red, for $2200. That’s a bit higher than I was thinking of buying (I’d planned to top out around $1800), but it’s also five to eight years newer than I thought I’d end up with, […]

Photoshop fun!

not-actually-riding, originally uploaded by mendel. I had to do it. :-) (No, I don’t have a bike yet, but I have Photoshop, Google Images, and a chair!)

bike gear, ikea

I finally got my big motorcycle plan underway yesterday by picking up the gear I needed for my upcoming motorcycle course. While they provide bikes, riders are expected to provide their own helmet, jacket, gloves, pants, and boots. That meant buying a helmet and gloves at a minimum (denim is sufficient for the course); rather […]

Wireframe graphics on a Commodore 3032?

Graphics Demo is brilliant. I wish I had thought of this first. Be sure to see the video.

Writing mail filters for Notes

I am in the process of porting a mail filter which I originally wrote in Perl using Mail::Audit to LotusScript for use in Notes. I’ve now got an Enterprise Blackberry, which means I can’t store my mail on the old e-smith IMAP server anymore, and there’s always been pressure for me to use Notes so […]