So, every now and then I am throughly surprised by search engine queries people use to bump on my blog. It had occured to me that every decent blog should have periodic Q&A post concerning those. So, here are some of the best, in one way or another, questions my visitors asked the almighty Google:
Yeah, obviously, as soon as I’ve realized Paperwhite actually ships to Croatia, I’ve ordered one in order to upgrade my Kindle-istic experience of bookreading. I’m writing this short “review” as a user who previously used (and at the time of writing this still owns) Kindle 4 (black one, 2012 edition). Paperwhite comes packages in literally […]
During the 2011, Croatian government organized regular census of population which is made once every 10 years. And this last census brought some interesting and some even amusing figures: Disturbing fact is that this census evidenced the decrease of population in Croatia during last 10 years by approximately 152.000 (152 thousand!) people (reference). For some […]
Recent news (well, still speculations) of Microsoft dropping the Live messenger in favor of Skype made me think… Instant messaging market was a fairly crowded space invaded by many proprietary solutions and one widely adopted open standard. For a long time, it seemed like proprietary solutions are winning the war, but in the end (probably […]
Just a quick note: patched GobiSerial driver for Gobi3000 broadband modems also works with 3.6 linux kernels.
I have made a vicious mistake this weekend. I have allowed my thinner half to make me try reading first book from the 50 shades trilogy. As open as I am towards new experiences (I have tried reading novels written by and for women before to please my ex girlfriends), I’ve thought this might even be […]
TIL: Today marks the first day of Cyber Security Awareness Month! https://www.google.com/goodtoknow/online-safety/
https://github.com/casastorta/software_versions project has been updated with more detailed unit testing.
10 months ago, in the company I work for, we have started (as a part of some process automation) working on the software_versions python module. To make a slightly long story very short: it’s a module which is meant to be used for checking the current stable versions of various open source vendors software. Right from […]
Edit: As it usually goes, I’ve realized I might want to work on this some more. So, the rudimentary sessions is now a Vim bundle, available on GitHub: https://github.com/casastorta/vim-rudimentary-sessions My development tools are basically split into 3 categories: Eclipse for big projects, Sublime Text 2, for most of the open source projects and smaller job projects, […]