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Monthly Archive for December, 2007

Google’s Analytics Mistake

So, as I said earlier, I have started using Google Analytics. Google now suggests some new code to use in running the analytics. The problem: it’s broken! Here’s their code: <script type=”text/javascript”> var gaJsHost = ((“https:” == document.location.protocol) ? ” https://ssl.” : “http://www.”); document.write(“\<script src=’” + gaJsHost + ” google-analytics.com/ga.js’ type=’text/javascript’>\<\/script>” ); var pageTracker = […]

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Switching back to Safari

A while ago, I switched to Firefox since it supported several features I liked, the most notable being an ad blocker.  I knew that there were ad blockers for Safari, but none of them were very good.  All required manually managing the block list, which is just painful.Yesterday, I found out about Safari Adblock, which has support […]

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Apple has become the new Microsoft

So, people often ask me, why do I not use Windows. The reason is simple, nothing works right. Granted, many thing work, but none of them correctly. There are little tiny bugs in everything that, if the programmers had any competence in design, shouldn’t exist. Now Apple has fallen to the same regime. I have […]

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Sapphire Plugin

Well, it’s official. Sapphire, one of the best AppleTV plugins, has released beta 4. This is a major upgrade from beta 3, adding support for movies and improvements overall. One of the most interesting features is that this version also works as a frontrow plugin in Leopard. As far as I have been able to […]

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