The breaking news of the day, Facebook’s new “homepage”. Users logging in as of this morning were presented with a rather different homepage than what they are accustomed to. A few like it, myself among that group, but the general opinion seems to be viciously opposed to the latest version of our beloved social network.… Read the rest
A man is suing the White Castle chain, claiming the booths in one of its hamburger restaurants are too small…
MetroNews.ca Sept 14 2011
Really? I’m all for accommodating people with disabilities but meet us halfway! I’m sorry but if you’ve got some extra bulk on you, don’t throw it around as a crutch for a cashgrab.… Read the rest
Do you know what happens when you add a KeyListener to JFrame to capture global keystrokes? Nothing.
Much to my frustration, I discovered recently that KeyEvents are not bubbled up through the JComponent hierarchy by default. The only component that consumes the event is the one currently focused.… Read the rest
A few simple but effective ways of increasing your SEO, encouraging more and more visits to your website.
If you are the proud owner of an Asus Eee Pad Transformer and this title applies to you, don’t panic just yet – the battery may not be paperweight.
As with many modern devices, the keyboard dock utilizes smart charging, a feature that prevents overcharging.… Read the rest
Firefox goes from 4 to 7 in just 5 months, woah boy! Mozilla’s decision to embrace a rapid release schedule has certainly stirred up some discussion, from both the Enterprise world and the User world concerning the frequent updates and version numbering but come on, what do the numbers mean anyway?… Read the rest
Java 7’s recent release has sparked some interesting discussion, some excited by the new features, some disappointed that it’s too little too late… But this isn’t one of those internet rants about the future of Java; this is about using a language to its full extent!… Read the rest
Java 8 lies ahead and with it promises of native Collection support. But that’s a while away, we want it now! And with Espresso4J, a small language-augmenting library designed to put a shot of liveliness into Java syntax, we can have it now too.… Read the rest