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  1. also has iPad version. need to test out syncing documents and data…
    by dnorman (2020-03-03)
  2. a really nice markdown editor for Mac, with a built-in live preview. Has command-line app as well, but it won't install from MacDown itself - install the brew cask first (but that comes with an old version of the MacDown desktop application), then overwrite the installed MacDown application from the manual download. That'll give the command-line application and the current version of the desktop application.
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2020-01-07)
  3. p5.js is a JavaScript library for creative coding, with a focus on making coding accessible and inclusive for artists, designers, educators, beginners, and anyone else! p5.js is free and open-source because we believe software, and the tools to learn it, should be accessible to everyone.

    Using the metaphor of a sketch, p5.js has a full set of drawing functionality. However, you’re not limited to your drawing canvas. You can think of your whole browser page as your sketch, including HTML5 objects for text, input, video, webcam, and sound.
    by dnorman (2019-11-16)
  4. Critically playing a game, and performing a close reading of a specific aspect of a game, are valid game analysis techniques. But these types of analyses don’t scale to the plethora of games available, and also neglect implementation aspects of the games which themselves are texts that can be analyzed. We argue that appropriate software tools can support research in game studies, allowing individual games to be read at the level of gameplay as well as the implementation level. Moreover, these tools permit analysis to scale in a similar fashion as distant reading allows for traditional texts, and be applied to an entire corpus of games. We illustrate these ideas using a corpus of games created using the Graphic Adventure Creator, a program first released in 1985 for a number of computing platforms. As a proof of concept, we have built a system called GrACIAS – the Graphic Adventure Creator Internal Analysis System – that we have used for both static and dynamic analysis of this corpus of games, effectively allowing them to be internally explored and “read.” Furthermore, our system is able to look for game solutions automatically and has solved over 60 game images to date, making the games accessible to researchers, but also people who may not be expert players or even able to understand the language the game uses.
    Tags: by dnorman (2019-10-29)
  5. how to set mysqld to auto-launch on boot on an ancient version of RHEL (RHEL 6) because a) that's the way IT runs servers, on really old software and b) IT doesn't know about LAMP servers and insists that this is the kind of bullshit that "the business" (i.e., everyone at the university, outside of IT) needs to spend time googling and hoping they don't break stuff. Awesome.


    $ sudo chkconfig --level 12345 on mysqld
    by dnorman (2019-06-27)
  6. "In short, you must be able to cover not only security of the cloud (the cloud provider’s infrastructure), but also security in the cloud (how you configure and use the cloud infrastructure and services, as well as your applications and data) and security outside of the cloud (your software development processes, user endpoint devices, training and awareness, etc.)"
    Tags: , , , by dnorman (2018-11-16)
  7. Fantastic software built by my team. So good.
    by dnorman (2018-10-17)
  8. "YuJa’s Enterprise Video Platform offers cloud-hosted video management, hardware-based lecture capture, desktop software capture, video conferencing, and mobile & social applications – all within an integrated video platform."
    Tags: by dnorman (2018-10-04)
  9. self-hosted plagiarism detection software, client and server. via @colinmadland (and it's from Victoria!)
    Tags: , by dnorman (2018-09-05)
  10. open source self-hosted podcast server
    Tags: , by dnorman (2018-03-01)

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