Tag Archives: technology

The Incredible Resolution of the Olympus OM-D E-M1

And by “resolution”, I mean, I am making the resolution to take more pictures with this camera in 2015. See what I just did? I like cameras. Cameras have always had a special place in my heart. Designed to be held in your hand, a good camera feels like it belongs there. As an imaging instrument, they capture… Read More »

IRIS

(This post is not really Mozilla-related, so if you’re not interested in open source flight-controllers and software, you can stop reading here. There are some parallels though and I draw a connection later on, so I did decide to push this to planet.mozilla.org.) A few weeks ago, a friend said, “hey, 3D Robotics has a sale on two… Read More »

#io13

I sat in on three sessions at Google IO 2013 yesterday. Memory Lane with Chrome Devtools and GMail was the first. The presenters showed off their Heap Tracking Profiler and Memory Tracking tool in the Timeline and explained how to use them to track down a leaky DOM node. It was a practical application of how to use… Read More »