Wat een geneuzel steeds met die flash-plugin van Adobe. Er wordt elke zoveel weken weer een ernstig lek gevonden. Prutsers! En bij installatie moet je telkens goed opletten dat je niet per ongeluk een-of-andere vage evaluatie-versie van een anti-virus installeert.
Playing around with an LPCexpresso LPC1347, getting a bit frustrated with the IDE. The Linux installer is still 32-bit (welcome to the 20th century) and requires a whole bunch of 32-bit/i386 binaries to be installed first. All of this results in just an evaluation version of the tool chain with an 8kB limit. One of the nice things is ability to do step-by-step debugging (haven't tried that yet).
I wonder if there are any good alternatives, like something simple with a Makefile.
Finally got the Android 5.1 lollipop update on my phone (Moto G 4G - XT1039). My initial impression is quite positive, it seems the phone can now hold more applications active in the background. In particular #Ingress seems to resume a lot better.
Yes, 5.1.1 is nice (on my N7), I am holding off upgrading my Xperia Z3C until 5.1 comes out somewhere next month or so, given my experiences with 5.0 on the N7 I am not going to install that, it will be 4.4.4 -> 5.1.1
Playing the game 'solar quest' on a Vectrex game console that someone brought to the hackerspace. This is a game machine from around 1983 with a built-in CRT. The display is not drawn in the traditional way by painting pixels, but by drawing vector graphics, basically like a scope in 'X-Y' mode. Color is provided by placing a transparent coloured plastic sheet in front of the screen.