everyone has one of these lists. it's a easy thing to write because it's what everyone is thinking about. you know how it goes: join a gym, eat better, spend less, learn French, do more. so because everyone is doing it here's our list.
and by the way, podcasts are coming. really. there's stuff in the can.
it's a total work of art. really it is. but there's lots more than the stark nothing look of it to like.
I'm not saying that I'm switching today but I my eyes are noticing that the grass really is greener over there.
John talks about making a "brain" by drying out a bad Clementine in after show from the Maker Faire 2010 talk.
I want to take a few paragraphs to thank everyone from the listeners to the cast for all the help and support you've given to the show/podcast/blog/platform that is Know Tech.
nlike the router software which has no impact for it's use OS or tool switching has the devil you know factor to contend with. it's pretty hard to undo years long learned habits and twitches. thinking at the speed of think is pretty important. it's no fun to have to stop a thought to look up how to make it happen
in the day to day of this is that I can make anything slow. you know, load up a few more layers in After Effects, turn on fog, add another ray in the tracer or make 24 simultaneous copies as in start one start another repeat. that always works faster. the flip side of benchmarks is this reality "Ohhhhhh, 8 core 3GHz processor with 16G of RAM! we're typing fast now!"
it's kinda like getting a new pair of shoes. they feel funny because the aren't broken in. they smell funny because they are new. but they look cool.