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MOSSCON 2013 was lots of fun

I had a great time attending and presenting at moscon. http://mosscon.org/ May 18 – 19, 2013 | University of Louisville | Louisville, Kentucky I know it was a lot of work for the people who set it up, but you did a great job and I look forward to attending again in another year. (if I present again next time, my slides will be more readable, I promise…)

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Windows + Linux guy, switching to OSX

I have recently switched to Mac full-time, coming from a Windows/Linux background. Here are some general (easy to install/use) applications you might find useful. (advanced notice might come out in a bit) ——————————————————— Jing – free / can pay for extra features (multi-platform) <ul> <li> Take Screenshots: Capture an image of what you see on your computer screen </li> <li> Record Screencasts: Record up to 5 minutes of onscreen video + audio </li> </ul> <div> <a href="http://www.

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Blount 2011 “Year in Review Letter”

Everyone seems to do a great job of sending out yearly letters around the holidays, so here’s our attempt. We collected some of our favorite photos from this year (mostly just the summer and fall) and made this video: http://animoto.com/play/PXP02w37vyZ60ddGU7vxxg Go ahead and watch it. Back already? It’s the end of December already and Poppy is almost 4 (01/24) and Oliver is almost 2 (02/02). Last year at this time, we went to Kansas City for Christmas with Alan’s family and after a long drive on Christmas eve, made it back to Louisville for Christmas with Anita’s.

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Poppy is 1000 days old today

Poppy is 1000 days old today!

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Adobe Connect Issue and Fix: Lingering FMSCore.exe processes

We’ve setup Connect to expire the FMSCore processes after 2 hours, but if someone is still connected to a recording, it will keep the old zombie FMSCore process until that person disconnects. It often happens that doesn’t work – and there’s seemingly no garbage collection in place to clean up old FMSCore. So we created a simple AutoIt script which can be compiled to an EXE which works, but it has some dependancies…