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I'm Ryan Lowe, a Software Engineering graduate living in Ottawa, Canada. I like agile software development and Ruby on Rails.
I write this blog in Canadian English and don't use a spell checker. Typos happen.
» Full-time Ruby on Rails freelancer
» Full-time with Rails since May 2005
» Former committer for RadRails (now Aptana)
» I also have a few Rails side-projects in development:
1. wheretogoinTO.com Toronto nightlife
2. Hey Heads Up! TODO list and sharing
3. Layered Genealogy family history research
4. foos for foosball scoring
5. fanconcert for music fans (on hold)
Hiring Rails developers? I can telecommute by the hour from Ottawa, Canada
»» Email: rails AT ryanlowe DOT ca
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Derek Lowe's (Ryan's older brother) words at Ryan's funeral
firstname.lastname@example.org no more
Forging Email Headers: Good, Bad or Ugly?
Sarcastic Dictionary (Part 1 of Many)
Twisting Rails is Risky Business
Risky Business? My Take on Early Alphas
Whoa, it's August 2007
A Postscript to "Growth at the grassroots"
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Luis de la Rosa
Count Rank 1. Intro/Come Back Home 10 10 2. Crystal Village 12 6 3. Carlos 12 6 4. Pass Me By 12 6 5. Committed 15 2 6. Long Way Down 8 12 7. When You See the Light 14 3 8. Turn of the Century 10 11 9. Burrito 17 1 10. Man in Uniform 13 4 11. All At Once 12 6 12. So Much Work 13 4
I definitely recommend it if you liked the first CD, musicforthemorningafter. Most of the time I listen to the CD straight through, but the play counts catch all of the times I cheat and skip a song (like poor #6). It's like a cummulative CD mood indicator. Ha, OK I don't know what that means either.
What would be nice in the future is if iTunes could clean itself by deleting music that you haven't listened to in a while. I'm already gathering cruft around the edges of my collection on my iBook. If you downloaded the music (ie. from iTunes Music Store), iTunes would be smart enough to ask you if you wanted to burn that old music first before it deleted it. Of course that means iTunes has to keep track of what you've burned and where *hint Apple!*. Then you can keep your collection recent as well as save space on laptops and iPods (and other portables).Posted at May 14, 2003 at 09:54 AM EST
Last updated May 14, 2003 at 09:54 AM EST