Logs — 751 entries

751 entries were posted to The Empty Set Ø since Feb 2000.

  • New Adventures Conference 2020 afterthoughts

    Yet another edition of New Adventures came to a close and my brain is still bubbling with the insights, thought provoking ideas and personal experiences this years speakers shared with us.

  • Working on a cartoon reader

    I’ve been working on a cartoon reader for a scientific online publication called Protein Spotlight.

  • Meet Kirby

    Kirby is an elegant content management system, both in its design and its performance. Amongst many things, it provides a fast templating engine coupled with a powerful chainable PHP API.

  • White balanced

    Emmanuel Eggermont takes us on a beautiful journey through multiple shades of white, painted with light remnants and refractions. Aberration is a journey through a collection of random emotions fading one into the other.

  • Twenty three and counting

    Time flies, but life with gets richer every day. Happy ❤️ anniversary!

  • Why run a home server?

    My home server acts essentially as a backup and media server. I run Plex and iiTunes on it. It hosts all our music, films, TV shows and home videos, the original copies of our iCloud Photo libraries, my Lightroom master files and all the content of my Dropbox account (just in case).

  • Best wishes for 2020

    Let the world be for you in the New Year full of warmth, joy and friends, and may your home never run out of love and understanding.

  • SiteSucker : a hidden favourite Mac App

    Beyond the essential apps I use on a daily basis such as 1Password, Textmate, PasteBot or SuperDuper, etc. there are a few gems that live in my Application folder that I use on an infrequent basis, but which have followed me ever since I discovered them.

  • Back from England

    My Mum and little sister live in Cornwall, located in the South West of England. It’s a beautiful region and one of my favourite places to be, but it’s not really on Geneva’s doorstep.

  • Apple’s string of disturbing decisions

    Apple, and especially the Macintosh, have played a key role in my professional career since the late 1980. Their attention to detail, alongside with an ethical and user centered approach fascinated me, but the recent string of Apple decisions disturb me.

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Just that you know: not all entries were successfully recovered. It appears that I have lost some 300 posts in the update/migration process. Sorry about that.