PuzzleManiak €3.99 – includes a lot of Nikoli puzzle games (in fact most of the ones from here are in there), all are randomly generated with different difficulty levels and includes a daily Web Challenge where you compete against other’s times. Worth it alone for Slitherlink.
Vexed €0.79 – Good port of the Palm OS game including all level-packs.
I’m still looking for a version of Sherlock (Windows) or Hercule (Palm OS) for the iPhone…
WowPlot has been updated to version 0.1.3, featuring support for the new 3.0.2 combat log events (and subsequently removing support for 2.4.3 ones).
Only tested with a single Kara log, so please get in touch if you’re having trouble with new logs. 🙂
Fairly short book, and about 3 quarters of it feel like exposition (although there’s plenty of things happening) and build-up, but it covers a lot of ground; a fair amount of it in flashbacks. Nevertheless, it ends in a nice, satisfying climax. It’s fairly unflinching in both its violence and sex (homo- as well as heterosexual).
If you like Morgan’s SF books, you’ll enjoy this as well.
As I was trying to clear out the folders of the mailing lists I’m subscribed to on my mail account (Apple’s MobileMe, née .Mac), I ran into a bit of a problem: I couldn’t delete any messages from some of the folders; it always failed with a timeout error from the server. These folders were usually quite populated (e.g. ~19,000 messages from cocoa-dev). After contacting support chat, and trying many things both in Mail.app as well as MobileMe’s web-app, my case got escalated.
As it turns out, nested IMAP folders are the culprit! It doesn’t matter if the folders in question are at the top-level, just having any nested folders in the account seems to trigger the “slow path” that leads to the problem.
Now my folder structure is a mess with oddly prefixed folder names, but at least it’s flat, and I can work with my emails again.
TL;DR version: Don’t nest folders on MobileMe’s IMAP servers, stick to a flat hierarchy.