Hey there! I’m Andrew Dunkman.
I focus on people and design human user interfaces. More
Getting Hulu up and running on XBMC isn’t the easiest, and there aren’t too many good guides available out there. Steps to get Hulu up and running follow. Continue reading
For the past few years, I’ve used iTunes as my primary music player (Amarok was before that, back before version 2 was released). I’ve never been happy with how iTunes works, and I can’t seem to find another music player that has all the features I am looking for.
Large libraries are becoming more and more of a standard (mine has grown to 200 GB recently). I’m continually shocked at iTunes’ lack of responsiveness in handing libraries of this size—and am looking for a better solution. Continue reading
I’ve recently started using LESS (an extension of CSS that adds variables, mixins, operations, and functions) and I think I’m in love. I was initially hesitant, but diving in and giving it a go was such a pleasant experience—I won’t be going back to pure CSS anytime soon. Biggest selling point? Nested rules, by far. Continue reading
A big complaint about Mac laptops is that pretentious “startup chime” that quickly identifies to everyone within hearing distance that someone nearby has started their Mac. I’ve seen a few solutions that require
defaults write but they have never seemed to work for me. I’ve finally found a working solution, and it’s elegant(ish).
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