Archive for June 2010

Below are all posts from June 2010.

3 posts found.

NPS on Linux and Mac

Up until now, NPS has been a Windows-only application. But thanks to the Mono framework, this very well may change. I've known about Mono for a long time, but it wasn't until a few days ago that I seriously tried getting NPS to run on it. And it worked after several hours of "hacking" and rewriting code I hadn't touched since day 1.
Blog entry | Posted on Monday, June 28, 2010 at 2:00 PM | Permalink | Tags: NPS, mono, mac, linux | 2 Comments »

NookkinEFI Concept, Part 1

EFI replaces the aging BIOS and provides many new features, including rich mouse-based interfaces, modular extensibility, and support for OS-independent device drivers. NookkinEFI is a conceptual implementation of such a system.
Blog entry | Posted on Saturday, June 19, 2010 at 12:23 AM | Permalink | Tags: computers, efi, firmware | 0 Comments »

Bamboo Pen & Touch

I've had my Bamboo Pen & Touch tablet for only a day, but I am already starting to make use of it. I bought it for 3 reasons: as someone being interested in graphic design, I wanted to use a pen; as a programmer, I wanted to make use of the multi-touch gestures and eventually the Wacom-provided APIs; as a general computer user, I wanted a more ergonomic alternative – or complement – to my mouse.
Blog entry | Posted on Thursday, June 3, 2010 at 2:17 PM | Permalink | Tags: windows 7, touch, pen | 0 Comments »