Workaround for the "Hey guys! Let's use HAL for everything! It'll fuck up your keyboard repeat settings though, but that's no big deal, right! I mean, a keyboard! Ha! That's some old fogey stuff!"
Disable the PC speaker completely. As Gnome, in its infinite transcendent wisdom, has come to the conclusion that the PC speaker is the purveyor of all that is good and wise in the land. And hence there's no Gnome way to turn off that cursed beeper anymore.
art with code
- ► 2013 (26)
- ► 2011 (20)
- ► 2010 (94)
- Two things to make Ubuntu 8.10 less nerve-wrecking...
- Performance debugging with R
- Programming books that I've liked
- Revised quickcheck.ml syntax
- Low-boilerplate testing in OCaml
- QuickCheck in make_suite.rb
- PreString tests done
- PreArray testing stats
- Prelude.ml: first pass of array tests complete
- Multi-threaded qsort in C
- Test generation / measuring code
- And even more testing
- Current testing stats
- Random thought on automated testing
- Prelude.ml testing
- ▼ January (15)
- Built art installations, web sites, graphics libraries, web browsers, mobile apps, desktop apps, media player themes, many nutty prototypes, much bad code, much bad art.Have freelanced for Verizon, Google, Mozilla, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, Yahoo!, Microsoft, Valve Software, TDK Electronics.Ex-Chrome Developer Relations.
- Filezoo - Minimalistic zoomable file manager
- Missile Fleet - A game written with Cake.js
- Gitbug - In-repo bug tracker for Git
- Prelude.ml - OCaml stdlib replacement with a Haskellish flavour
- Metadata - File metadata extraction tool and Ruby library
- Thumbnailer - File thumbnailing tool and Ruby library
- Random canvas demos