Monthly Archives: March 2003
I finally updated the gallery of photos Catherine and I have taken over the last 4 years of our dog Pinto, who we believe is a mix between Great Dane, Fox Hound and American Bull Dog, but feel free to … Continue reading
I certainly agree with Mark that the availability of Open Source Software is tremendous — I believe this has been the case for a long time. DiveIntoMark: “In the future, there will be so much open source software available, programmers … Continue reading
“Microsoft on Monday released a Windows XP update designed to enhance security for computers that connect to wireless networks.” (via CNet)
Perfect or those times when you need to send in your laptop for repair or need to recover data from you laptop hard drive. (via 0xDECAFBAD)
CNet: “The war has inspired a new variation on the venerable Nigerian e-mail scam.”
Promit Chakrabarti: “Resistance to share knowledge stems from the fact that people are concerned about job security. This leads towards knowledge not shared or used. To enter oneÂ’s knowledge into a system and to seek out knowledge from others is … Continue reading
Ben Hammersley in the Guardian again: “The weblogging community is proving adept at compiling and filtering news in a way never seen in previous conflicts. By comparing and contrasting reports from every news source in the theatre, the war-bloggers’ adage … Continue reading
Jon Udell on Publishing a project Weblog … “If you’re managing an IT project, you are by definition a communication hub. Running a project Weblog is a great way to collect, organize, and publish the documents and discussions that are … Continue reading
Allegedly for $10 per year, Mailblocks Eliminates Spam “and offers the powerful features you want in your web mail.” According to Kevin it’s brought to you by Phil Goldman, who is one of the founders of WebTV.
Congrats go to Jermey and the Jabber gang … Jabber gets $7.2 million from Intel
Hewlett-Packard scientists found a company’s power and communication structure may be as simple as examining patterns of e-mail exchanges. “Because [Email] can be captured and stored, many scientists are eyeing e-mail as a tool to quantify exchanges that in the … Continue reading
Fast Company reports that, “The United States spends more on trash bags than 90 other countries spend on everything. In other words, the receptacles of our waste cost more than all of the goods consumed by nearly half of the … Continue reading
Apparently a group of French Sony researchers thought it would be interesting to have the Aibo Dog Robot and a “REAL” Dog compete for a piece of raw meat. What were they thinking? Did they really expect different results?
Ha! My wife Catherine goes off on SuicideGirls.com