Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Video that describes bitcoin mining

Recently, a representitive of Academic Earth contacted me with this informative video about bitcoin mining - please enjoy!

Created by AcademicEarth.org

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Some fractals...

So I said I would drop a couple fractals here, so here you go! They were all made using Apophysis 2.08 3D hack. They should all be HD and desktop resolution (1920*1200).







Sunday, 24 March 2013

Adventures in RaspberryPi and fractals

Hey! So yeah, inactive for a while, again, but I have some free time so what the hell ;3 SO I've got back into fractals again, they're pretty cool, and I'm running a raspberry pi (so maybe have some fun stuff with that!) Oh yeah, Bitcoins too. Like them lots. I'll throw together a little list of sites for you too (obviously with referral for me too (Yay!)) SO yeah. Loads awesome. See you soon.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

An Apology From Stevie

Well, hello there. It's your old pal, Stevie. Except I'm not Stevie anymore, I am now Matte. Hello. Anyway, gosh, it's been a while, over a year, it's gotta be over a year... Maybe over two... What the hell is wrong with me? I'd like to apologise for being away so long and never posting anything. Ugh, I feel really bad about it. I have no idea who looks at this blog, or if anyone who does has actually visited it long or regularly enough to remember me at all, but I'm back.

 Hi. Smiley face.

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Moving iTunes 11 to a new drive

So~

You got a shiny new hard drive for Christmas and you want to put all your iTunes library on it becasue it's ridiculously big and takes up too much time on your hard drive. Well since Apple haven't made any documentation on it yet (for iTunes 11) I'll show you.

1) Go to the preferences section([Ctrl + , ] or [Cmd + , ]), and switch "Keep iTunes Media folder organised"
2) Click ok and let it reorganise itself.
3) Go into preferences again and change the path of the "iTunes Media folder location" to your new drive (make sure you have a folder for this otherwise it goes everywhere and when you put in into a new folder iTunes won't be able to find itself)
4) Click ok again

5) Go into the "file menu" (If you can't see it anywhere, click the icon at the very top left and select "Show Menu Bar"
6) Now select "library" --> "Organise Library"
7) Select the option of "Consolidate my library" and click ok.
8) Wait as  iTunes copies your files to the right place.
9) Close down iTunes, go and delete your iTunes Media Folder (by default c:\User\Music\iTunes\iTunes Media).
10) Open iTunes which is no longer stored on your old drive!