Sept. 12, 2013, 10:07 p.m.
This post is in response to Malcolm Turnbull's article regarding the NBN petition on change.org.
You claim that the NBN was one of the key issues of the election, and I assume you believe it contributed to the outcome. That is WRONG. According to ABC's Vote Compass, the NBN was the MOST important issue for ONLY 6.84% of voters and the 7th most important issue overall. We also know from polling that ?70% of Australians support the current FTTP plan and implementation. Your NBN plan was is supported and favoured by a small minority. A Coalition victory on the weekend is not a licensed to assume Australia agrees 100% with 100% of your policies. After all, you did only secure 32% of the primary vote. To view your election victory as a mandate (I'm so sick of that word) to change to a FTTN architecture is simply wrong.
April 1, 2013, 10 p.m. – tags: django, work
Just launched a new website for Earthmoving Solutions Australia.
Feb. 1, 2013, 11 p.m. – tags: django, work, charity
My capacity to contribute to Rotary has been constrained of late, so as my contribution to the 2013 Ballarat Swap Meet project I decided to donate a new website.
Dec. 10, 2012, 5 a.m.
If you have a need to access domains on your local machine from the Android emulator, you should find this script helpful. You will need to replace my hostname (troy.local) with your own.
Put this script in the root Android developer folder (the same folder as platform-tools).
# You'll need to run this
#./tools/emulator -avd NAME -partition-size 128
./platform-tools/adb pull /system/etc/hosts /tmp/hosts
echo "10.0.2.2 troy.local" >> /tmp/hosts
./platform-tools/adb push /tmp/hosts /system/etc
Aug. 24, 2010, midnight – tags: jquery, ios, retina, code
A simple way to add Retina Display support to your website.
The jQuery Retina Display plugin will substitute high resolution versions of your images (if they exist) for high resolution displays (such as iPhone 4) only.