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All the scenes are version controlled on my GitHub page. You may do whatever with it - but I would like to hear about it - in the unlikely case that anyone do anything like that. Headers In order to improve the look of a previous version of this site, I switched to a theme which included the option to rotate between a number of images in the header. The header1.
Subversion holds various information in .svn directories placed in all directories and sub-directories under version control. Sometimes it is desireable to clean out these files, for example, prior to emailing a zip of the files. I use the awesome tool Total Commander for the job. The procedure is as follows Start Total Commander and make a directory in a scratch area such as c:\temp. Copy the directories to this tempoary directory
During my Ph.D. I made a java applet demonstrating an inverse problem. This article brings the applet back. When light passes throug e.g. air it gets blurred. That is why telescopes are built on top of mountains so that the weak light from the stars travels through less air. The extreme case is the Hubble telescope placed in orbit around the earhth without any atmosphere to distort, i.e., blur the image.
When washing dishes, mowing the lawn or during commute I enjoy listening to podcasts. The following is a list of my favorite podcasts. I link to their homepage, but you can most likely also find them via iTunes or whatever podcast software you happen to use. First we take the podcasts in English: Hanselminutes is a weekly show with main emphasis on Microsoft technologies, but also other geek related tips.
How far can you see when you are, say, 2 meters high? Lets find out assuming that we stand on a perfect circle with perfect visibility (and that we do not have refraction). The Math In Figure 1 I have sketched the situation. The distance (c) is the radius of the sphere (could be the radius of the earth). The distance (a) is the hight of the observer above the circle.
If you use more than one computer chances are that you use DropBox to keep a number of often used files syncronized and at hand. I also like to have at least a somewhat similar configuration of various programs on systems. With respect to emacs I have the following .emacs ;; For convenience add the dropbox directory as a variable ;; and set the default directory to that very same one ;; Thus, when storing files you 'start path' will be in ;; the dropbox.
The following is a list of the programs and tools that I install when I get a new computer or reinstall it. I have divided the list into two: The first list contains programs and utilities which can be downloaded and at least tried out for free (some are shareware). The second list contains the proprietary software that I use. Total Commander - a Shareware file manager in the spirit of Norton Commander.