Ever wanted to create simple bar chart that you can paste onto your CMS or Blog that has a tool tip that shows value of each bar?
Here it is:
Interactive Bar/Fever Chart Generator at http://charts.daigofujiwara.com
As I am getting more in to doing github stuff and running my machine as a development test server, I have need to have MySQL database set up and running locally, and since it requires me starting the server up every time, I figured it won’t hurt to write down what I did to set [...]
Frustrating. I have iPhone 3GS with AT&T that as soon as the contract expire this December I will switch. Last week, I stared getting this message.”iTunes was unable to load data class information from Sync Services. Reconnect or try again later.” But since I am busy, I am reconnecting and trying again, but been kind [...]
As with everything on this website. This is a note for myself in the future to see what (stupid thing) I did, and may not be useful to anyone else. But you may find what worked for me and what didn’t. But it won’t probably make sense to you..
Just got Cannon LiDE 110 (Canon CanoScan LiDE110 2400 x 4800dpi 48bit USB Interface Flatbed Scanner). I am running Mac OS X 10.6.7 (Snow Leopard) on my 2.66 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon Mac Pro. Here is my running random memo: A link on scanner from Apple discussion thread. Scanner drivers from Apple for Mac OS [...]
I don’t know what I did, but all of the sudden, I couldn’t use my USB headphone on may Mac OS X 10.6.7. Before, when I plug it in, it showed up as one of the choice when I open System Preference -> Sound. It may be the Software update? I don’t remember when I [...]
Memo to self. I had to do this for closed off (not open to public) Linux home server so I can try some php coding. I am using Ubuntu 8.04.4 LTS (show this info by doing cat /etc/issue from the command line.) Just in case if I have to do it again, I am posting [...]
I get really really confused when it comes to processing time stuff in php. I was doing simple thing like getting rss or json from say twitter api or Yahoo Pipes and temporarily storing in the database and then printing it out on the website or creating a simple feed from it. Every time I [...]
A couple of friends have been raving to me about Google Chrome. Being a big fan of FireFox (see my name in their ad! – misspelled but twice!) I was reluctant, but I finally started using it at home (can’t at work since we are still OS X 10.4.11. I know…) It already has firebug, [...]
I am sure there are better ways, but this is one way I found works, and thought I’d take a note myself. This blog post titled “Reading XML with jQuery” from think2loud.com tutorial with downloadable source code was super helpful. In fact now that I look at it, I am basically just using his work. [...]