How I added a custom commentary track to a movie

A couple of years back, one of my favorite podcaster/writer/tour-de-forces, Andy Ihnatko released a commentary track for the 1954 holiday classic White Christmas. It's a hilarious and fascinating dissection of the film and since I heard it, I've wanted to figure out a way I could add the commentary support to my copy of the film while maintaining the [...]

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My DIY NAS

I've been looking forward to posting this for weeks, nay months. I would have to say that this project started out as an entirely different project early on. I stumbled [...]

Kindle iPhone App

I've never been really into ebooks. The primary trouble has always been a matter of how to read them. Computers are inconvenient because they're only in one place. Though I do [...]

Throwing Skribit into the mix

It's been a few weeks since I setup the blog. I've had a goal to post often, and by often I mean about 3 times a week. I did not realize what that meant at the time I think. I [...]

The Safari 4 Beta – some notes.

In a few words: I don't like it... much I need to be fair though. I need to offer at least arguments for why I don't like Safari 4, and it's important to note that in spite of [...]

iPhone Apps

iPhone apps have been around as long as I've had an iPhone.I got my iPhone about 6 months in, on Christmas of 07, as many people did. Apple hadn't yet allowed iPhone apps [...]

The Atomic Cube

After I got married, I wanted my wife to have a better computer. She was using a 2nd-hand windows computer that was pretty under-powered. She barely used it, so it wasn't [...]

Committing to the Change

Since I learned there was such a thing as a content management system, I've tried more than once to move my website into one. The problem I've universally run into was that, [...]

Blogging

I've been working up to this for several weeks now. I decided recently that I wanted my website to be more than just a landing page for people interested in hiring me. I [...]