Monthly Archives: July 2011

Xcode 4.1 with Lion Precompiled Header Error Fix

Part of my iOS Programming Series. Earlier this month, July, I started working with Xcode 4.0 under Snow Leopard (10.6.7) and posted a message about my first native code application. I’ve since updated to Lion OS (10.7) and Xcode 4.1. Upon running … Continue reading

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Don’s Upgrade to Mac Lion OS Experience

[Updated: At the bottom of this page I added some links since this was originally published that may be helpful to you.] I decided to upgrade my Snow Leopard OS to the new Lion OS last week. I knew from … Continue reading

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C-SPAN: After Words: The Idea of America

Last night I watched the After Words: The Idea of America, with Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Gordon Wood, C-SPAN session, on TV. The program description is shown next: Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Gordon Wood presented a series of essays that examines the … Continue reading

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C-SPAN: After Words: The Last Gunfight

Last night I watched the After Words: The Last Gunfight, with author Jeff Guinn, C-SPAN session, on TV. The program description is shown next: Jeff Guinn presented a history of the “Gunfight at the O.K. Corral,” which occurred on October … Continue reading

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Don’s First iOS Native Application Using Objective -C

Part of my iOS Programming Series. Last weekend I wrote about my attending the free online Stanford University iOS Programming Class. I’m halfway through that class today. I created my first iOS native application, “Web“, built with Objective-C. An image of it … Continue reading

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Deer Woman Moon

Today I celebrate my first ePub publication, “Deer Woman Moon“. Right-click (how-to -> right-click on a Mac) on that link to download the file to your computer. It is DRM-Free, ready to load into iBooks for your iOS Devices such … Continue reading

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Stanford University Fall 2010 iPhone 4 Development Class

Part of my iOS Programming Series. Recently I started attending the free uTunes iPhone 4 development class from Stanford University. I’m enjoying the well thought out lectures and code demonstrations making the material easy to follow. I have previous object-oriented programming experience … Continue reading

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C-SPAN: Women’s Foreign Policy Group; U.S.-Pakistan Relations

Last night I watched the Women’s Foreign Policy Group; U.S.-Pakistan Relations C-SPAN session, on TV. The program description is shown next: Ambassador Husain Haqqani talked about the importance of having a long-term strategic relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan. Other … Continue reading

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