A case against a dual clutch transmission, in this case Volkswagen's DSG (Direkt Schalt Getriebe).
Seems I'm not alone thinking that iTunes needs to be split up into at least two, maybe more separate apps.
So here’s my suggestion. Break iTunes into separate tools for separate functions. An app that plays audio content. An app for browsing and buying in the Store. An app for managing iDevices. Break it up into its component parts, let each one do its thing. Independently, and when required.
Vanaf 24 september is het weer Nineties Request op 3FM en de jongens en meiden van de radiozender hebben weer een geweldige clip opgenomen waarbij de 3FM-DJs in de huid kruipen van beroemde popartiesten.
It's taken a while, but I finally made some time to sort out my pictures from DrupalCon Copenhagen 2010. Everything is on Flickr, as usual. Eelke's DrupalCon Copenhagen 2010 pictures.
LeftLane News is reporting that Mini will show an electric scooter in concept form at the Paris Motor Show. Interesting. How Mini can you go? Are they trying to compensate for the "giant" Countryman?
Edit 23-9-2017: The link to the original Leftlane article that went with this article seems to have stopped working.
Note: This tutorial is about completely replacing a server-side Subversion repository by a Git repository, for a workflow with a central Git repository. If you just want to use Git as a frontend to a Subversion repository, you are probably better off with the standard Git SVN documentation.
For a personal project I wanted to convert from subversion to Git. There are a lot of tutorials out there. Why add another one? Well, I haven't found one that is generic and tells me everything I want to do. The most notable omission from most tutorials is, what happens to your Subversion...
The past few days, I have been working on switching my girlfriend's new site - Mientje's Baksels - from wordpress.com to a self-hosted blog, using Wordpress 3's new multisite feature (this blog should move there soon too, I just have to sort out the domain transfer). The wordpress.com blog used WooTheme's Bueno theme, which we thought matched very well with the subject of her blog: cakes. Unfortunately, the theme didn't seem to pick up the Dutch language selection. Here's what was wrong with it, and what I did to fix it.
This is just ridiculously cool. Small works of art carved from the tip of a pencil.
Just a quick note to say I've upgraded this blog to Wordpress 3.0.1. I haven't had a look around yet, but I plan to give the multisite feature a run for its money soon.
This morning, I tweeted about an email I received from PayPal. 140 characters proved a little short to make my point :)