[::shell-shocked::] Issue #6, 12th June 2003

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  • Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2003 11:11:01 +0100

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| Editorial: Issue #6 (Jun 12th, 2003) by Ravindra Maharaj
|    The usual boring nonsense :)
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=201
| 
| 
| Announcement: The Shell-Shocked Survey by Ravindra Maharaj
|    Please take a moment to answer a few questions about
|    yourself and your interests. Your input will help us to
|    make Shell-Shocked even better.
| http://shell-shocked.org/survey.php?sid=2
| 
| 
| News: April 22-June 12th, 2003 by Kevin Brew
|    All the News that's been Fit to Print since April 22nd of
|    the Year Two Thousand and Three (or year 2003.306849
|    3150684 931506849 315068 4932, for you hard-core math
|    dudes).
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=193
| 
| 
| Theme: VodkaMartini (cpm) by Sunny Saxena
|    A truly stunning theme is put in the spotlight this time
|    around. VodkaMartini has a few tricks up it's sleeves
|    that will boggle your mind. (As do all Martini's I'm
|    sure.) After reading this review, I'm sure most people
|    will download this theme, mix themselves a drink (what
|    else?) and play around ...
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=200
| 
| 
| Review: Aston Shell by Taras Brizitsky
|    SacRat the Passionate, contributor to the online
|    multimedia magazine Hugi, sings the praises of his shell
|    d'amour, Aston. Luckily for you, Aston has boucoup
|    d'amour to go around. Why not take Aston for a spin
|    yourself?
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=187
| 
| 
| Interview: Allelimo by Joshua Blocher
|    Many of you would already know Allelimo: Coder on the
|    Indiestep team, AlphaEdit1/2/3, AlphaLSCP, and some other
|    useful apps. Verbalshadow finds out what makes him tick!
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=197
| 
| 
| Tutorial: Design and Fitts Law by Bruce Tognazzini
|    If you've been bluffing your way through life as an
|    Interaction Pro, none other than Bruce Tognazzini himself
|    wants to help you become less of a pretender. The issues
|    discussed herein are very relevant to both themers and
|    users.
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=191
| 
| 
| Tutorial: Memory Hogs Identified by Alan Martin
|    Ever wanted to determine how much RAM your apps are using
|    - for real? Alan Martin shows you how. It's surprisingly
|    very difficult to get a precise answer!
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=195
|    
| 
| Interview: Nick Egorov by Taras Brizitsky
|    Taras Brizitsky (SacRat) conducts a red-blooded interview
|    with Nick Egorov of Gladiators Software, one of the
|    makers of the Aston Shell. There are several spinning
|    reverse kicks and at least one flying piledriver. No,
|    really. See for yourself!
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=183
| 
| 
| Review: AlphaEdit3 by Joshua Blocher
|    A sneak preview of Allelimo's new AlphaEdit 3 which
|    sports several features that will make things easier on
|    themers. It's not available to the public yet ... but
|    will be very soon. Have a look at what you're in for ...
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=192
| 
| 
| Article: Functionality vs EyeCandy by Sunny Saxena
|    The debate of Functionality vs EyeCandy: Noble in its
|    Venerability, Populist in its Eternal Youth. Honest Sunny
|    joins the pantheon of soothsayers; yo, check within for
|    his Sooth.
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=202
| 
| 
| Tutorial: Safe Hex by Peter Watts
|    How many times have you seen that little windows colour
|    picker with the RGB values? But oh, you need it in Hex.
|    Fine. Take out your fave graphics tool and convert it.
|    But do you really know the how, why where and what about
|    the relationship between the two? If you thought Math
|    class was over, think again ...
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=203
| 
| 
| Jokes: The Liter Side by Brian Wolven
|    How to con your way out of speeding tickets, perennial
|    truths, a punctuation poem, pet physicians and ... a bit
|    about SARS. (Yes, we can see you backing away from your
|    monitor already!) Those and lots more in Brian's usual
|    quality collection!
| http://shell-shocked.org/article.php?id=199
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