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Software Developer. Obsessive Compulsive code formatter. Tabs-over-spaces preferrer but that doesn’t always work out.

Server Administrator. Arch Linux user forever. Disliker of CentOS for no reason. (Who named the package manager “yum,” anyway!?)

Lover of Apple products. Former Windows user. Emphasis on former.

Hater of Adobe since before it was cool. Hater of Flash since forever. Hater of Windows Mobile since 2006.

Paleo eater. Crossfit & bodyweight worker-outer.

Skeptic. Extremely strong opinions, weakly held. Changed based on evidence, but nothing else. Open to the idea that I’m wrong; just be prepared to prove it. (I’m usually not wrong.)

US Marine (Reserve). Sergeant. Infantryman, Machine Gunner, Section Leader. Deployed to Ramadi, Iraq (2008).


Jul
21
answered make, gcc and other developer tools unavailable after installing XCode on Lion
Jul
21
accepted Why doesn't AirDrop work on older network adapters?
Jul
21
awarded  Self-Learner
Jul
21
revised iTunes Store: “Your payment method was declined.”
cleaned up phrasing and made phrasing sound more 'professional'
Jul
21
revised iTunes Store: “Your payment method was declined.”
made my link a mailto:, even though the preview makes it seem that this is unsupported.
Jul
21
asked Why doesn't AirDrop work on older network adapters?
Jun
16
awarded  Editor
Jun
16
revised iTunes Store: “Your payment method was declined.”
added email address i used.
Jun
16
comment iTunes Store: “Your payment method was declined.”
iTunesStoreSupport@apple.com — I found it on Apple's site or through iTunes, I can't recall now. I'll also add this to my answer.
Jun
14
comment What are good sources for iPhone 4/iPad wallpapers?
I can't mark this as "Community Wiki" although I believe it should be one.
Jun
14
asked What are good sources for iPhone 4/iPad wallpapers?
Jun
3
comment What iPhone apps can't you live without?
Engadget had an article a couple weeks ago about it. TomTom sold data to the Dutch police force, who then used it to set up speed traps based on the speed and location data. TomTom said they were shocked that the police would do this. I'm not sure what else they expected them to use it for when they sold it to them. engadget.com/2011/04/27/…
Jun
3
awarded  Suffrage
Jun
3
comment What iPhone apps can't you live without?
Down-voted because TomTom takes your location and speed data and sells it to the Police. The Police then use it to set up speed traps or to use against you should you decide to take a ticket to court.
Jun
3
awarded  Commentator
Jun
3
comment What iPhone apps can't you live without?
Annoyed that it doesn't let me do scaling to make images smaller for sending MMS, but it's good for the couple limited things it does.
Jun
3
comment What iPhone apps can't you live without?
This is awesome. There's an OS X app called Notational Velocity (that's also open source) that also syncs with Simplenote, and can be set to store notes in my Dropbox. This keeps my notes backed up locally, in the cloud, and in Simplenote's server as well as being editable across any platform. Such a great app/service.
Jun
3
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
1Password's UI is slow and clunky, but I can't argue with the app's effectiveness. Didn't Lastpass recently have a security breach? I prefer 1Password as it leaves me in control of my password file with Dropbox.
Jun
3
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
Maybe Apple will transition the iOS App Store into the App Store app on Lion, and open up the APIs for backup/sync so developers can make third party replacements for iTunes! But probably not.
Jun
3
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
1Password is cross platform as well, and MUCH more popular.