There are times in one's life where they must apologize. This might be one for me.

It turns out SQrL's problem with tying up the processor for no good reason on my iBook (see previous post from today) might be SQrL's problem. I haven't noticed this sort of wastefulness from SQrL on my Windows boxen, but my Java app, The Digest Handler, is only taking up 0.2-0.3% of the processor's time when idling. More than native apps, but much, much less than 10%. I'm not sure where exactly to place blame for this one, and SQrL's GUI is a bit more complicated than The Digest Handler's, but it seems to be at least marginally more problematic than the lazy "Blame Canada", er, Apple, approach.