Here’s a nifty tool for Windows, OS X, and Linux to convert web apps, like the online Amazon Kindle Reader, to a desktop app. https://www.npmjs.com/package/nativefier
My music and photos were getting out of hand. Thought I would share.
I know a lot of Linux and software bloggers write often about the “Photoshop killers this” and the “best Linux/open source that” but I want to add my two cents as a long time Linux and open source user – early nineties to present – who does graphic design. I’m also not gaining financially to […]
It has been a long time since I checked out Krita. I Painted this in Krita 3.1.1 on Mac Yosemite, versions for Windows as well and of course Linux; all are free. The bird took about six hours, give or take, and the program was not shut down for two days. I had one lock […]
Package managers for installing open software. These gives you Linux like package management similar to Linux apt, zypper, yum, etc… Windows: https://chocolatey.org/install Mac: http://brew.sh/ Brew GUI https://www.cakebrew.com/
I created a calculator to approximately calculate milligrams of leucine and exchange based on serving size by grams of protein. You can save the calculation as a food and further calculate meal totals. It could be helpful for people with MSUD or possibly body builders needing to calculate luecine intake. I provide this software free […]
Mountain Lion is the cats meow. Now all my Macintosh devices are one! “We are Apple. You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile.” And, after a couple days in Windows 8 I have a feeling even the Borg would have lost interest in Microsoft all together, I certainly did, yet again… Anyway. As good as […]
My son was home sick today and I had to take the day off so I decided to take this time to learn a little Pascal and Lazarus cross development. I actually couldn’t think of anything so after running into a forum post about marijuana and amounts the other day I thought, why not write […]