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MacRuby easing you into Core Graphics

MacRuby is now v0.4 and HotCocoa::Graphics gets a little better too. Inspiration for this project was derived from Processing and NodeBox. These excellent Java- and Python-based graphics programming environments are mature and full-featured, but HCG offers similar functionality using the elegant Ruby programming language and the power of native graphics processing on Mac hardware. Many more [...]
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A box with something in it

Alex Payne has written a thought-provoking piece on the use of organization software on the Mac. In his “The Case Against Everything Buckets” article he tells you why their use isn’t a good idea. But I’m going to tell you why that isn’t always the case and how I came to that conclusion. In a nutshell…. 3rd [...]
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