QPC2 for Mac OS X

Sometimes things happen out of the blue. I haven’t heard from my fellow QL friend Peta Jaeger for years and yesterday he mailed me a complete ready-to-run distribution of QPC2 for MacOS X. Under the hood it employs the WINE Windows emulation layer, so QPC2 is of course still not a native Mac application, but… Read More »

New QPC v4.04 plus SMSQ/E v3.26! With stipples!

A little over two years ago QPC2 v4 was made available for free to celebrate the birth of my little girl Marla. I wanted to release 4.03 for her first birthday but missed the date and then forgot about it (the changes weren’t that important anyway). So I planned to release what I have for… Read More »

Happy 18th birthday…

… to this very website. According to a copy I obtained from Archive.org my website had its 18th birthday yesterday (back then it was under a different URL which I won’t disclose here because of embarrassment and stuff). I wanted to celebrate this by releasing a new version of QPC, but unfortunately one last minute… Read More »

EasyPtr and me

In 1991 Albin Hessler released the EasyPtr package to the world. It was quite revolutionary for its time, combining a powerful SuperBasic extension with a true WYSIWYG dialog editor. I was a young lad back then, about 12 years of age, and luck would have it that Albin was friends with Jochen Hassler, who happened… Read More »

SMSQ/E boot sequence

I promised last time that I will only write a new post if I have something interesting to say. Today’s topic is interesting to maybe three people in the world, but I’m sure they will be thrilled. Today I was asked a question about the SMSQ/E boot sequence and it’s been so long that even… Read More »

A new ho(p|m)e

When I built my last site Netscape Navigator was still the rage and CSS very much in its infancy, so I thought it’s time for a slight update… To this end I had a look at some content management systems and what people thought about them. WordPress doesn’t have a good reputation in my circles,… Read More »