You can’t take your organs with you

When I got my driver licence there was no question in my mind that I’d be happy to give any of my organs for donation in the event of my death — you can sign up for the NSW organ donor register when you apply for a licence, or specify which organs you would be […]

Google Maps for iPhone: woooot!

Google Maps

The official Google Maps for iPhone came out today! I’m pretty excited. Apple maps wasn’t so bad, if you live in California and possibly inner-city China. I thought the design of Apple Maps was pretty great, I liked the layout of the directions and how you could swipe across to see the next step of […]

Gmail iPhone app is useful now!

Scribbles in Gmail on iPhone

I woke up this morning to an update to the Gmail app for iPhone. On a whim I looked at the “what’s new” section of update message and BOOM! It now has features that you actually want, and more! Nice layout Multiple account support! Easy image attachment “Scribbles” drawing attachments (this comes under the more […]

IDs and classes in Exifography output

I just released Exifography 1.1.3, which includes the ability to add unique IDs and classes to the HTML output of your EXIF data. EXIF block ID In order to add the image ID to the EXIF container HTML use %s where you want the ID to appear. E.g., <ul class=”exif” id=”%s”> The output for that […]

Reset the Thesis 2.0 Classic skin


Update 29 Oct 2012: Thesis 2.0.1 includes a more extensive skin manager (located via the Manager tab in the Skin Editor), which allows you to backup skin states and reset a skin to its default settings, so you shouldn’t need the below instructions. They should still work if you follow them though. Hey, so you’ve […]