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Category Archives: technology
Here’s the next graph for the third round of data for Total Baby app.
Here’s the next graph for the second round of data for Total Baby app.
We used the Total Baby app for Anna and now for Isaac to keep track of misc. stats. I have a much greater interest in quantified self (quantified family?) and data collection at this point, so I figured I would throw … Continue reading
Today (12/10/2013) at 11:20AM our third child was born…Hazel Grace Lidbom. She was 7 pounds 15 ounces and 21 inches long. Sarah will likely have a post up soon. In the spirit of general geekiness, I pulled down some stats … Continue reading
I spent a good amount of time over the past few days trying to figure out why my Quick Look wasn’t working correctly. The following were my symptoms: com.apple.IconServicesAgent process was being very CPU greedy Finder was very sluggish and … Continue reading
tl;dr – An OSX upgrade to Mavericks caused OmniPlan to export CSV files differently than it previously did. This surprised me so I wrote an entry about it. I’ve been working with OmniPlan for several years now, but recently have changed … Continue reading
This post has been a long time coming. I started this Content Consumption Diagram back in February (when I was trying to explain all my methods of consuming content), and worked on it on and off. I’m still not happy … Continue reading
This is not about technology being bad, it’s about balance and priorities. I’ve been doing some reading/thinking about the recent trends (in major Christian circles anyway) towards discussion of how the flood of data (in general) and social media (in … Continue reading
iCacti iPhone/iPad App Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Experience Date:Jun 23, 2010 Good: Supports Basic Authentication, gives access to data needed, developer is responsive Bad: UI needs some tweaking, need structured list of graphs (especially on iPad) More Thoughts: … Continue reading