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Changing Blog
Hey everyone, now you might no that I changed my weblog name a few weeks ago.I have decided that i...
13:48:17 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Ditz Witz: FULLY LOADED
News From Around The Country
First up we have a high school QB whom has gained more respect through his honesty then hw would have...
13:35:32 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: This is Your Brain On Blog
Piper Turns 1!
Well the table has been cleared...LET THE MESS BEGIN!...
13:26:51 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Am I Jaded?
A Narcissist is someone better-looking than you ar...
A Narcissist is someone better-looking than you are. ~ Gore Vidal
13:22:38 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: [WAP] Synthetic - X
Information Overload
Feeling a bit overwhelmed by information? This site will open your eyes. Alan Kucheck (a Borland VP) tipped me off to this research. Perhaps this explains why he doesn't have is own Weblog. ;-) “If you created 800 MBytes of new information last year, congratulations: You're as prolific as the average person on the planet.” That's a big number, but it will likely grow faster than we can imagine. This is the "information tsunami" that we refer to from time-to-time. Although MyST and MySmartChannels are far from the solution to this rapid per-capita growth of content, they do represent useful tools for chipping away at many of the information problems that are best addressed by lose-coupling applications.See AlsoHow Much Information? 2003This study is an attempt to estimate how much new information is created each year.
13:20:13 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Into the MyST | MySmartChannels
A Hammer Halloween
It was a cold and blustery night as the Hammers embarked on a spooky adventure in search of treats and excitement. We vacated our own neighborhood in search of the company of good friends and streets where more than 10% of the occupants would answer the door. We joined up...
13:15:59 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Hammerland
First week recap
So yes, I started my new job this week. I spent Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in Phoenix, working at a...
13:10:05 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Fairly Symmetrical
NaNo update
1701 for the first day! And better yet, I finally finished chapter 4, which I've been struggling horribly with for...
13:09:15 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: The Hall of Mirrors
New Software: OS X 10.3 "Panther", Security Update 10-28-03
Apple's Mac OS X 10.3 "Panther" was released on October 24th, along with Security Update 10-28-03 (available through Software Update)....
13:00:37 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: machelp news
End of Tax Season Updates
A summary of updates and changes
12:57:00 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: taxnewsletters.com Tax Newsletters
Thunderbird Bots preview
12:35:29 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Elite Force News
<a href="http://jjdaley.com">New Domain</a>
I've moved to a new domain: jjdaley.com. (I wanted daleynews.com, but its already being used by some other Daleys for...
12:26:28 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: daleynews
Circus Peanuts
For no apparent reason I had a fricked up dream about Circus Peanuts...
12:09:29 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: dustedanddisgusted.com
A Study of Numbers
One: My Google toolbar has blocked 1808 pop-up advertisements. More to follow at 11....
11:37:43 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Grok This
Actions speak louder than words
John Coggeshall has started an interesting dialogue on his blog about why Microsoft cares about open source (specifically PHP)... you should check it out and join in on the discussion.
11:34:00 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Brian Goldfarb's Blog
Swansea City 0 Bristol Rovers 0: Match Report
Swansea City were held to a goalless draw at home to Bristol Rovers at The Vetch today. An already dull affair was spoilt even further by the poor officiating of the game from 'Premiership' referee, Andy D'Urso.
11:28:51 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Swansea City
Notorious
This woman is making me miserable. The amount of work that she has assigned is all consuming. It is the...
10:55:44 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Threequarters
Best Cities - By What Measure?
As a nation, we’re addicted to “best cities” lists – at least, I’m addicted to such lists. But, like most addictions, the list offers a short-term buzz without real sustenance. Recently, Chris Gibbons initiated a conversation on his organization’s listserv regarding the Milken Institute’s annual list of “Best Performing Cities.” The Milken Institute list suffers from the limitations of the form, but it’s better than most. More»
10:53:42 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Dispatches Weblog
Europe gives us a timeless repetory in ints varies cuisines, and we give back Krispy ...
(Europe gives us a timeless repetory in ints varies cuisines, and we give back Krispy Kreme, "supersizing", and obesity?)
Europe gives us a timeless repetory in ints varies cuisines, and we give back Krispy Kreme, "supersizing", and obesity?
10:50:34 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Shallots and Chipotle
Times, they are a Cha(i)ngin': Now the chains are trying to move upscale and get healthy.
Times, they are a Cha(i)ngin': Now the chains are trying to move upscale and get healthy.
10:43:32 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Shallots and Chipotle
Boston Globe: Schools feeding into student tastes.
Boston Globe: Schools feeding into student tastes.
10:41:43 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Shallots and Chipotle
Fighting Forced Marriages
Tekla Szymanski profiles Pakistani women's-rights activist Humaira Awais Shahid.
10:30:00 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Asian News from World Press Review
Old Fire 45% Contained
10:16:36 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: May It Please The Court
w0zz was right (mostly)
w0zz was mostly right, turns out Dennis Miller will now have his own ass-clown right wing CNBC talk show. FEAR!...
10:10:35 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Eat the Rich
Show Linux Version Command?
Just in case you were wondering what kernel you were using on that spanking new Linux box: uname -a The above command shows the linux kernel version from the terminal console window or via telnet on any Linux OS....
10:07:41 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: rjsNetworks.com
Sex and the City-State
Mai Hoang profiles Singapore's self-styled 'sex guru,' Wei Siang Yu.
10:07:00 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Asian News from World Press Review
Song of the Day: American Woman by Lenny Kravitz
(Rock)
09:56:11 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: DailyTunes.com
Longhorn capabilities: Looking at document scrolling
One of the cool new features that is going to be available in Longhorn was the thumbnail page of the document that shows up next to the scrollbar. It was captured in a photograph from Paul Thurrott's WinSuperSite. This shows the mouse arrow moving across the scroll bar and the thumbnail appearing which is based upon the page that would appear at that scrollbar position. The cool thing about the thumbnails (using Aero) would be that the actual image of page would appear INCLUDING images and even running VIDEOS!!!! In fact, in this shot, it was a video that was showing in the thumbnail (without sound).
09:54:00 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Bill Evjen looks at Longhorn
Longhorn capabilities: Looking at document scrolling
One of the cool new features that is going to be available in Longhorn was the thumbnail page of the document that shows up next to the scrollbar. It was captured in a photograph from Paul Thurrott's WinSuperSite. This shows the mouse arrow moving across the scroll bar and the thumbnail appearing which is based upon the page that would appear at that scrollbar position. The cool thing about the thumbnails (using Aero) would be that the actual image of page would appear INCLUDING images and even running VIDEOS!!!! In fact, in this shot, it was a video that was showing in the thumbnail (without sound).
09:54:00 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: Bill Evjen looks at Longhorn
It's a Bunch of Important Letters
If you've installed Panther and played around with the Internet Connect tool, you might have notice a new option in the File menu: New 802.1X Connection. 802.1X sounds like a lot of letters, but it's actually a very simple concept. The name comes from the IEEE engineering committee which developed...
09:42:06 November 1, 2003, Saturday (PST) Source: AirPort Blog