Month: November 2006

  • adds J2ME, mobile world rejoices.

    Q: Can the awesome API reference site get any awesomer? A: Yes, since it’s just added J2ME at the request of yours truly. I love the (Lazy) Interweb.


    FABRICA – I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR YOU Looks like it’s going to be a fantastic exhibition. Why? Well, because it contains work by Dan, Mark and Ann – that’s why! If you’re anywhere near Seoul, take a bit of a break from snacking on silkworms (bun dae gi), put down that kimchee lollipop and head […]

  • Using the Nokia N80 as a Bluetooth modem on OS X to dial up to Cingular

    After moving into my new space featuring my jazz singer roommate, I immediately noticed that I was missing something. The internet. Fast internet. Slow internet. Easily accessible internet. Any internet dammit. All that was available was a single open Wifi node called Petstore whose lone bar of signal blinked in and out of existence at […]

  • “I Love Me, Vol. I.”

    OMG. I love palindromes. Say it backwards, say it forwards. It’s the same! Get all your literary goodness every day from Jim Kalb’s Palindrome Connection. I’m, alas, a salami! UPDATE: I love them so much I made a cute little palindrome generator. Go to for your word of the day. UPDATE2: I am such […]

  • Python S60 Workshop

    A clear view this time.., originally uploaded by michaelsharon. Nokia Dinner at the Carnelian Room. 52nd Floor. I spent the past weekend at the beautiful Stanford campus in Palo Alto attending a Python for Series60 Workshop given by the highly entertaining Jurgen Scheible. Met some awesome people whose work I’ve been tracking for a while […]