I've been playing around with a fantastic utility called SequoiaView, which uses a visualization technique called cushion treemaps to provide a single picture of the entire contents of a hard drive. This is one of my must have utilities that I always have handy.
The work of art below is my hard drive, sorted by directory and colour coded by certain filetypes.
Quiz time - Can you guess what some of those file types are, and their colour?
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I was interviewed last week for an article in The Bulletin.
The article is out today. It features me and Lenn Pryor from Microsoft, as well as four other Aussie bloggers Trevor Cook, Mark Jones , Derek Lark & Neil Napper.
It's a good introduction to folks who aren't aware of what's happening out there in the blogosphere.
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I'm sitting on the Breakfast
Bytes panel with my fellow bloggers Mick Stanic & Mark Jones.
I better pay attention to the discussion, I am getting questioned next.
If Greg Low
can dare to dream, dammit, so will I!
Almost a year ago, I wrote a post about My Dream
App. This generated a few comments and some emails from different folks, links to sites. I even got a screen shot
of a sample which got me very excited, but it was all tease.
No dream app came forth.
So, my quest continues. Who can help a hopeless footy fanatic such as
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interviewed today by Sean Kaye over Skype. Sean expects to have the
podcast/blogcast/audiocast online sometime this week.
We covered a bunch of topics, such as the upcoming Visual Studio 2005
challenges IT Professionals face, VB6
Petition, Blogging at
Connection and other interesting
Looking forward to listening to it soon.
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I've been keeping an eye on posts from folks who were at the Breakfast Bytes session this morning.
So far I have found the following, excluding my posts:
All pretty positive, so that's good.
I'll keep looking and list any others that I find.
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The team from G'day World have posted tbe fruits of Cameron's visit to Demo@15. I was fortunate enough to win the eBay auction for sponsorship of this particular show. It was a small price to pay to be part of podcasting history!
I'm downloading it right now.