The latest kvance.com news follows:
|Nectroid updated||April 1, 2012 5:27 p.m.|
|Posted a quick update to Nectroid to finally show the stream bitrate and type info. It used to be in the stream title, but that's been missing far some time now.|
|Page for Nectroid||July 18, 2010 7:40 p.m.|
|Added a page for Nectroid, my new Android app.|
|Multicrush added||May 15, 2010 11:08 p.m.|
|Added a new script: Multicrush. It's a wrapper around pngcrush that takes advantage of multiple CPUs.|
|DSMZX build 2 released||Oct. 7, 2009 11:03 p.m.|
I have a new build of my DS MegaZeux port, DSMZX, available! It has an updated keyboard, improved error handling, and a significantly reduced memory footprint.
I was hoping to add some sound code to DSMZX last weekend, but the port had fallen so far behind devkitARM and mainline MZX that it's taken me this long just to get it back to how it was. (With a few improvements, of course.) Much credit goes to ajs, who abstracted out a lot of platform-specific code since the last time I looked at this.
Hopefully I'll have a nice new sound playing version next time (and hopefully it won't be on this KevEdit-style release schedule)!
|Talk Like a Pirate Day!||Sept. 19, 2009 11:14 p.m.|
I had this amusing idea today. It kept on amusing me until I decided to just write it: Guybrush Threepwood Reads Ron Gilbert's Tweets.
|Site Redesign Launched||July 18, 2009 9:06 p.m.|
You are now seeing the redesigned version of kvance.com. It has user comments, web-log aggregation, shorter URLs, better organization, a new host, and a new look! All of the old stuff from the archives should still be here, but please contact me if you find broken links or anything missing.
If you're interested in tech stuff, the site is now a custom Django app (it was a collection of perl scripts before). This is nice for me since besides getting to use my favorite programming language, I also get Django's admin site, comments module, RSS module, etc. The admin site is especially important for me, since I was manually entering content into the database before. It was error prone, time consuming, and discouraged me from updating. No more!
Anyway, enjoy the new site.