Archives for: November 2009

CA to Provide Precinct-Level Data

elections, standards, open source, berkeley, friends, research, policy, usability
Today, UC Berkeley Professors Philip Stark, Jasjeet Sekhon and Henry Brady, along with me, sent the California Secretary of State a brief comment about her [effort to provide precinct-level elections data](http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/sov/2009-specia… more »

More on EAC testing and TTBR

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On October 13, Aaron Burstein and I sent a letter to the EAC's Director of Voting System Testing and Certification, Brian Hancock, signed by many of the California Top-To-Bottom Review (TTBR) investigators ([*"CA TTBR Investigators Send Letter to the EA… more »

Preparing an old Mac for resale

system, hacks, education
I have an old PowerBook G4 that I want to sell, for whatever the market will bear, on eBay. I put some thought into preparing it for sale. I wanted the hard disk wiped clean of any information I had. I also wanted the recipient to get a fresh, *upd… more »

Restoring iTunes Music Library Metadata

music, hacks, chilling effects, family
Michelle's eMac (yeah, it's old) has been doing something weird where iTunes looses all knowledge of her music library and metadata. The music is still there, but her `iTunes Music Library.xml` file is nowhere to be found. Luckily, we back her Mac up… more »
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