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  • Blog Post: I Now have Bawls in the Morning :)

    I don’t smoke, drink (much), I don’t do drugs, but I a AM a caffeine addict. It’s a productivity enhancemenmt. But, how many cups of coffee can you drink a day. Plus, my bathroom is a couple hudred yards and 2 sets of stairs away So…. I’ve become an energy drink...
  • Blog Post: The Register = Technology's National Enquirer

    There has been a lot of noise about the MVP scandal. It got Slashdotted here – http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=07/06/06/0046245&from=rss It got “Registered” here – http://www.theregister.com/2007/06/05/microsoft_mvp_threats/ Now I know that I’m old fashioned……...
  • Blog Post: Why are airlines such a mess ?

    So here I sit in an airport again. LaGuardia this time in NYC (Ajax World ended yesterday) Every flight I’ve been scheduled on in the last 2 weeks has been either canceled or delayed. (A total of 7 cancelations.) Judging by the announcements, there are more late or canceled US Air flights...
  • Blog Post: So what about WindowsXP on an Apple Mac?

    I've been getting allot of questions about what I think about WindowsXP running on the new Intel Powered Macs. I hope it works! I've owned LOTS of laptops in my life, and I can't say that I really LOVED any of them. I used to use Dell, but they were VERY heavy, (though I still have a couple...
  • Blog Post: Richard Stallman - Freedom Fighter or Pinko Socialist?

    In this months Linux User & Developer Magazine (that’s right I read lots of non-Microsoft Technology), there is an article titled “Patents, the commons & and theft of ideas. The article is written with enigmatic comments by Richard Stallman. Stallman, in my opinion, is good at producing...
  • Blog Post: DORK AWARD: Java creator James Gosling

    Read this: Huge security hole in .NET: Java creator: ZDNet Australia: News: Security – James Gosling Sore looser or WHAT ? Don’t get me wrong. There is much that I find interesting in Java, and while its evolution seems to have stagnated some, they’re picking up some great ideas reflecting off MS .NET...
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