I got an email from somebody named Lindrian about the article I had written about using regular expressions to find comments in source code: ostermiller.org/findcomment.html Lindrian sent me a link explaining how he had made improvements to the regular expressions I had used: regex101.com/r/wI3fU3
I’ve been using Nedit for at least 10 years as my primary text editor. It has standard features for a programmer’s text editor:
- Syntax highlighting
- Line numbering
- Brace matching
There are a few areas in which the authors put in a lot of attention to detail. It outshines every other text editor that I’ve ever used in these areas.
I have been playing with the Maynard Community Band since 2002.
Every year the band plays several concerts:
- Summer concert series Wednesday night in Memorial Park, Maynard, MA
- Maynardfest in downtown Maynard, MA, midday on a Saturday in September
- Christmas pops concert on a Wednesday night before Christmas as Union Congregation Church, Maynard, MA
- A handful of other gigs at nursing homes, private events, and community activities
Rehearsals are on Wednesday nights, check the schedule of upcomingevents for exact times and places.
Overall, I am very happy with my Sidekick. It has many features that I’ve never had in a handheld device before. Many of the limitations that I have found are compared to a full featured desktop with a wired internet connection.
I have been eying products that transmit your Ipod on a radio station for listening on your car radio for over a year now. Up until now, the offerings have seemed rather limiting in some way. Either it has been too hard to change the station, the Ipod didn’t charge in the car, or the Ipod sat inconveniently on the passenger seat. The Griffin Road trip seems to be the best Ipod transmitter available, as it doesn’t have any of these problems.
Since I spent about six months of my professional life working on TripAdvisor’s hotel availability comparison feature, I thought a little writeup about it here would be appropriate. If you fill in the form over on the right you will be taken to a page on TripAdvisor that shows hotels that are available for the dates that you chose.
When my DVD player died recently (a Toshiba SD-3750 — the motor on the DVD tray died), I decided to replace both the broken DVD player, and my 40 hour TiVo2 with a new Humax TiVo with DVD.