Just found out the hard way that putting a running MacBook on top of a closed, sleeping one will put the running MacBook to sleep as well…
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Over the past couple of days I attended several OSCON sessions on new (to me) programming languages:
- Erlang was not completely new to me, but I had not understood the overall architecture of the Erlang environment and its similarities to an operating systen.
- Clojure, a Lisp dialect, seems the least practical for day-to-day use, but is also the most different and interesting to me.
Since a new “hardest” Sudoku puzzle was just announced, I finally wrote my own Sudoku solver in Python. I based it on some ideas from Peter Norvig’s Sudoku solver, but ended up writing everything from scratch. The code is available on github.
I just chatted with an AT&T support person through their web site and got my iPhone unlocked (well, I got the support request in, supposedly I’ll get an unlock code by May 8).
Update: I did end up getting conflicting feedback from AT&T – one message saying that the phone is unlocked, another that I was not eligible. I have tried a friend’s Sprint card, but that did not work…