I didn't throw a bunch of links at you for a while. So eat these.
We are socially optimized for volume of commerce, not clarity of understanding.– Good words on the obesity 'epidemic'.
NSReceiversCantHandleCommandScriptErrors occur. As usual, documentation is scarce:
The receivers don’t support the command sent to them. How does AppleScript decide whether this is the case or not? As far as I could tell so far, the whole concept of classes 'supporting' commands is a joke in AppleScript and mainly used
for documentation purposes.
commands [...] Unlike most object-oriented languages, verbs are defined independently of any particular class; a class may then the verbs that it responds to. [...]
responds-to Defines a verb that a class responds to. [...] they are otherwise purely for documentation.
<!-- The blank method declarations are needed to emulate the existing NSCoreSuite.scriptSuite.framework. Ordinarily, you wouldn't do this. --> <responds-to name="count"> <cocoa method=""/> </responds-to>Would you think the
blank method declarationis superfluous for your work? I know, I did. And I was mistaken.
-directParametermethod of the
NSScriptCommandclass. What would you expect it to return? The Cocoa object corresponding to the object given in the object specifier or rather the object specifier itself. Well, think again.
Re: drinking games.
I once attempted this version of the Big Lebowski Drinking game: drink whenever the dude says “man” or “dude”.
for crazies, also drink whenever anyone else says those words.
Try getting through the first scene, or even the first line.
That sounds like a pretty much lethal proposition.
Did you ever see the Star Wars drinking game? One of the rules is “drink whenever a bad guy dressed in white appears on the screen.” Oof. (Thanks for the link, by the way)
Mit MP3 funktioniert es nicht, nur mit AAC. Kleiner Tip von macosxhints:
Free speeches from the U.S. Democratic National convention: Gore, Carter, Clinton(s), etc. and Kennedy, Dean, Barack “Mr. President, 2012” Obama, etc.
Very cool, thanks. I’ve been listening to some of the 9/11 stuff before sleeping in the past week. Sometimes it’s really interesting and the people answering are very good (like Clarke, say, who was very direct). Others (the FBI one, say) were a bit boring and sounded phoney.
It’ll be interesting to hear some of those speeches. Our papers said that Clinton was a blast. I hope they’ll put Kerry’s speech up there are well. It was said to have been surprisingly good, positive yet aggressive, but still not good enough to please US media.
I expect they’ll have the later speeches too, as these seem to be organized by day. Al Sharpton’s speech was highly regarded by many outside of the CNN/MSNBC/Fox punditocracy as well, and I think that was part of day 3.
Cool, I’m looking forward to it. Although I must admit that I don’t know who Al Sharpton is…
Received data seems to be invalid. The wanted file does probably not exist or the guys at last.fm changed something.