Steve Jobs Was Always Kind To Me (Or, Regrets of An Asshole), by the former editor of Gizmodo.
What's in a pair of shoes? Universe Dented, Grass Underfoot, from Daring Fireball.
And, whilst I dare say you've seen it already, I've got to note his 2005 commencement address at Stanford, subtitled by TED as "How to Live Before You Die". There's much to really listen to in but fifteen minutes; genuinely worth the time.
(As a postscript, I notice the Hong Kong teen responsible for the design above, Jonathan Mak, was offered a job as a result. Suddenly, karma =:)
After seeing my swapfile usage rise up to 5GB+ routinely, with 4GB physical memory, I decided it was time to look into memory prices again - and even the modules I need for Dandelion (DDR3 1066MHz SO-DIMMs) were so cheap I just couldn't justify not picking up a pair. Ye gods, what a difference! Even with Aperture (the main memory hog, for good reason), OmniWeb, Firefox, Safari, iTunes, Mail, and a couple kitchen sinks.. no swap usage at all, and still around 3GB free. Pleasantly easy to drop into place - just flipped Dandelion over, out with ten small screws around the underside cover, a precautionary disconnection of the battery, and the usual DIMM procedure. An SSD will follow in due time, probably displacing the DVD-R, given I've written about three discs in its lifetime, but that's well down the priorities - the next significant purchase will be the TC17E-II teleconverter, as and when (eventually?) possible.
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I'm delighted to note that jessie_pup succeeded in tracking down the tiger from my previous entry; she can be found over at the Kigurumi Café, and the original whence that dance loop came, over here. Yay!
Pointed toward the guy's artwork by plushlover, I thought marko_t_rat might enjoy José Alves da Silva's "Mouse Love". =:D (Not that I'm saying rats and mice are the same, any more than I'd claim hares and rabbits are identical. Not sure I've ever seen a hare, other than on video - roohbear sent me a clip of a jackrabbit (which is, yes, a hare =:) outside his office a few years ago, with some quite impressive ears)
eliki wrote this instrumental piece recently. See what you make of it; I felt it transcended its sombre inspiration, becoming not only reflective, but also hopeful.