Another weekend project
These are unofficial Master Controller lyrics I wrote and performed for the Pertino Summer party 2013:
A botnet of browsers
socket.io is an amazing library which makes it very easy to use websockets. This library gives us real-time communication ability in the browser with very little code.
This article is written for people already familiar with Linux, and Internet networking and security concepts.
$ cat shh.sh
echo "[%lu] DISABLE_NOTIFICATIONS\n" $now > $commandfile
Enabling notifications across the board is similar:
$ cat enable-notifications.sh
echo "[%lu] ENABLE_NOTIFICATIONS\n" $now > $commandfile
Done in Barclay wood with acrylic paints
If you are testing ChromiumOS on VMware and the mouse is moving way to slow, try adding this to your VMWare vmx configuration file:
mouse.multiplier = "3" mks.absoluteMouse = "TRUE" mks.gamingMouse = "FALSE"
Simple instructions for creating Retina favicon:
Create a 16×16 PNG-24 for your low-res icon
Create a 32×32 PNG-24 for your high-res icon
Head over to http://convertico.org/Multi_Image_to_one_icon/ and upload those two icons together to create a dual-resource ico file which you rename to favicon.ico.
Upload that favicon.ico in the root of your webroot.
For some reason the meta tag <link rel=”icon” href=”favicon.ico”> seems to prevent the high-res version from working so I temporarily removed it. If you know the correct meta tag to be using for retina please let me know.
Flynn from Doom as a CSS sprite
Having problems getting OS X Mavericks to display your monitor’s native resolution? I had this problem with an Acer AL1916W with 1440×900 resolution. My solution was to download QuickRes Free from the Mac App Store. Run it and click the icon up in the Menu Bar. Select the monitor. Select the resolution you want.