Set or inspect the colors that Apple OSX Finder assigns to files or folders.
> finder_colors.py $filename
none, gray, green, purple, blue, yellow, red, orange
#testé_et_approuvé ; maintenant le challenge est de pouvoir utiliser ces couleurs partout, par exemple pour indiquer le statut (publié, proposé, poubelle) d’un élément.
The #git-annex assistant creates a synchronised folder on each of your OSX and Linux computers, Android devices, removable drives, and cloud services. The contents of the folder are the same everywhere. It’s very easy to use, and has all the power of #git and git-annex.
Encore une alternative à #dropbox
Setting up wildcard DNS on localhost domains on OSX
So what’s the answer? Set up your own local nameserver. It’s easier than you might think. OSX Snow Leopard ships with ISC Bind (the de facto standard for serving DNS) and it’s pretty easy to get going. Here’s how to do it.
The world’s nuclear reactors as you’ve never seen them...
if you zoom in and then click on a power plant, its circular symbol will open up to show each individual reactor at the plant, with the colour of the circle of each reactor depicting its design (for example, “boiling water reactor”). Then clicking on any reactor will bring up an information panel, giving the reactor’s basic technical details, and where available a photograph of the plant, as well as links to recent news stories about the plant.
A major advantage of #Google_Earth is that it is also easy to overlay other layers of #data on top of this base map of #nuclear power plants and reactors, so (time permitting) I could envisage, for example, adding such relevant geographical layers as datasets on #population_density, past significant #earthquakes and #tsunamis, as well as seismi