There doesn’t seem to be a better PDF reader (one that allows you to bookmark individual pages in a pdf) for even the jailbroken iPhone.
I guess I’m just going to have to make do with converting my PDFs to text with pdftotext and then using Readle to read them on my iPod.
Subjects: apple, ipod, lameness, […]
Apple isn’t releasing the SDK to the public until June. June! To get it now you have to pay $100 to become a “developer”.
I’m so jailbreaking this Touch.
Subjects: development, programming, sdk, ipod
Found an apartment, moving back to Brooklyn!
Stayed with friends last night. Thankfully, though, apparently we’re allowed back into our homes now.
Subjects: middlebury, me
Apparently, six train cars filled with gasoline derailed in Middlebury, VT, where I live. The town center has been evacuated, including the street I live on. I’m in Burlington now, don’t think I’ll be able to get into my home tonight…
Subjects: middlebury, vermont, me
Forgot to post this over the weekend. From my friend Phil:
Beat Takeshi would just shoot Chuck Norris’ ass.
Then paint a surrealist portrait.
Write a book about the experience
of painting a surrealist portrait.
Shoot a movie about an old woman and a biker’s
experience with sea-slugs.
And compose a fart joke that would take 2 hours to tell.
And it would […]
So it would appear that Ed had some problems with Cablevision. I too have experienced the suckiness embodied by this awful company.
Subjects: business, customer service, investing, personal narrative
Using Tumblr, I’ve put together a master page and feed of all the things I do here on the Internets, including this site, my LiveJournal, my del.icio.us tags, and Wet Asphalt. So if you prefer, you can follow my ramblings over there, either by checking the master page or putting the feed into your feed […]
One thing I’ve been thinking about with the death of book review sections and the superiority of book review sections in certain other countries is that it’s indicative of a larger cultural issue — that books and literature are increasingly being pushed to the sidelines and that the readers of them are becoming more and […]
It’s beautiful out. At least it is here in Vermont. Which is amazing considering we had a snow storm a week ago. Vermont. Going to go shoot some archery on a farm later.
Found my iPod a day after I lost it. Of course it was in a completely obvious place.
Today’s Wet Asphalt article gives examples […]
How do I lose an iPod walking from the car to my house?
A short-short of mine called “Mr. Smith” was just published on the web site Flashing in the Gutters. It contains sex and violence, and is therefore good. Here’s the link:
“Mr. Smith” by Eric Rosenfield
Update: Flashing in the Gutters has recently closed its doors.
Subjects: fiction, me, publication, original fiction
I’ve opened up comments again for the first time in years.
The river’s first sighting by a European was in 1516, when Spanish seaman Juan Díaz de Solís discovered it during his search for a passage between the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans. He and a group of his men disembarked in what is today the Uruguayan Department of Colonia and were attacked by the natives […]
I’ve been making some changes to the site. For most of the existence of “Version 3,” I’ve used it as a “datamine”—that is a link collector where I could store links to things I found interesting or useful. However, there’s a website that specializes in that sort of thing, called Del.icio.us, which has some features […]