Monthly Archives: February 2011

Yes I Can, Says Android

When I use Android’s speech-to-text to enter my name, I get “Matt yes I can.” I like it! Although I’m still looking for replacements of the incredibly shoddy SplashData applications SplashMoney and SplashID, which constantly crash on Android, I am … Continue reading

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DrJava Build and Release Instructions

As part of our knowledge (back) transfer, I wrote up these instructions for creating a fresh build of all parts of DrJava and then making a new release on SourceForge. Note: Our build process is currently broken for Windows machines … Continue reading

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Firewall and Port Forwarding on a Netgear DGND3300v2?

My apt building was struck by lightning Monday afternoon, and that fried half the building, apparently. Power was off for a day, the elevator is broken, and it killed my DSL modem and an ethernet card, even though both were … Continue reading

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Even More Android

I’ve noticed that SplashID crashes as well. I think I will try to find a replacement and than ask SplashData for a refund. $60 for this collection of fail is way too much. Jorte is pretty nice as a calendar, … Continue reading

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New DrJava Development Release: drjava-20110205-r5425

We have made a new development release available: drjava-20110205-r5425. You can download it from the DrJava website or from SourceForge. Available for download at http://drjava.org . DrJava is a lightweight programming environment for Java designed to foster test-driven software development. … Continue reading

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More Android

I have found that SplashID is buggy too. It crashes every other time I start it. I guess it’s time to say goodbye to SplashData. They don’t have their act together anymore. I found Jorte to be a pretty good … Continue reading

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Muscle memory + Gmail = Embarrassing

How embarrassing. Gmail’s auto-completion changed for me today because I merged contacts on my Google and phone accounts. I frequently forward emails to “me” to have them stored on my private email as well, but “me” wasn’t me anymore. Instead, … Continue reading

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