BlenderNation.com today reported about a unique project in which a program simulates the struggle to live on shared and limited resources. Though this concept is not new but the way it is being represented is new. Alongside is a screenshot from the video. Get a full description and download link by clicking the title of this blog post.
This is amazing. I actually forgot to post on my blog the Python script which I made for Blender. Get more insight into this script at http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?t=62821. Download the latest code from applegrew.pastebin.com.
I don’t like iTunes much, but I still use it, to syncronise my iPod Shuffle. I have hand-picked the songs on my harddrive and created a playlist in iTunes, which I sync with my iPod. The problem is, due to iTunes’ inability to save its playlist in anything but a cryptic XML or text format, it cannot be imported into any other player. I have now chanced upon a simple method to do that.
Open your intended target player (e.g. Winamp). Select all the songs in iTunes that you want to add to target player’s playlist (press Ctrl+A after clicking on any song entry in iTunes, to select all the songs). Now left click on any of the selected song in iTune and drag (while keeping your mouse button still pressed) to the playlist of the target player. Now all these songs have been added there!
I have been very irregular for the past many days about posting on my blog. Sorry about that. It is due to part laziness and part study tension. Now my practical exams is on and later this month my end-sem will commence. So, I am very busy right now. When the exam ends in December I will try to be regular and post my promised ‘Digitisation Mathematics‘ system.