My wife is pretty fun.
My wife is pretty fun.
My requirements for an RSS feed reader were simple:
Windows Support Toaster Pop-ups (with individual news item titles) Feed filters Free
I had been using FeedDemon for a while, but it missed the second half of my toaster requirement. That and for whatever reason it seems to take days to get updates to feeds, even [...]
After having a SourceForge account for about 10 years, I'm canceling it for one reason and one reason alone: Spam. SourceForge has this "feature" where anyone can email you at email@example.com, and they will happily forward it on to the email address you have on file with SF. That's great, except, I don't want spam [...]
Could this be a hint at the release date for the Palm Pre?
I'm taking a shot at yes. Here's why it makes sense to me:
- Why else would you put up a countdown to zero (Doughnut, btw) to such an obscure holiday? - As has been restated by Palm and Sprint [...]
I've been drooling over this device since it was announced in January. Now that ads are actually starting to show up, the only thing left to see is a release date.
UPDATE: Adding new commercial clips as they come out.
I'm finally taking the plunge into WordPress. I've moved all of the accounts (minus passwords), categories, stories, and comments over from the old PHPNuke site. I have yet to pretty up the theme, but I just couldn't wait any longer. PHPNuke was just too difficult to maintain, and worse, was prone to spamming from bot-created [...]
In my travels between KDE/Linux and Windows, I've found that Windows is lacking in many features that make my move(s) back to Windows relatively painful. That and often times I'll be thinking "Gee. It would be nice if there were a utility to do this or that that would make my life easier.", which often [...]
Due date: September 6, 2008
While at my local MicroCenter, I noticed this cheap ($15) webcam being sold. It said nothing of Linux support, but I had read that in the past couple years there were alot of cheap Chinese-made webcams that gained support in Linux. I figured I'd give it a shot, and if it worked out, I'd pick [...]
I don't really know if this is worth posting about. The solution seems rather obvious, but just in case someone find this useful, I'll post it anyhow.
This weekend, while in the midst of a 6-hour drive to the in-laws, the truck's ABS light started flashing. "Odd" I thought "I guess we'll have to get [...]
Seems like I run into enough car problems that I should start logging my experiences with them. Thus, I'll be creating a new section titled "Greasemonkey" with all of my mechanical-repair escapades.
To kick it off, let me tell the story of my wife's 2001 Chevy Impala recent repair. About 2 months ago it started [...]
I just got done reading this article on the Geek Squad, written by a former Geek Squad employee.
This story is quite familiar to me, as I used to work as a Best Buy tech. However, I worked for them years before the rise and fall of Geek Squad, back when we were simply known [...]
The past month and a half has been filled with many great days, and a few bad days. One of the bad days was 4/12. My server decided that it's hard drive absolutely had to die a week before my wedding and two-three week honeymoon. I managed to get a bunch of files recovered from [...]
The era of Devnull is coming to a close as we usher in the era of "Courage".
My new server, Courage, has been up and running for about 4 weeks, however with limited usefulness. It had just been sitting there for some time waiting for a greater purpose. My home workstation, Integrity, was originally going [...]
I give up. Thunderbird, as great as it is at classifying spam, just isn't good enough to combat the all the crap that fills my inbox. It probably only catches %80 of the spam that comes my way, and that's pretty bad when I get 50-100 spams a day.
Why so much spam? It's pretty [...]
So it's been much too long since my last updated, but I figured I should say something before it gets to be any longer.
About a month ago I put in my two weeks at WealthSpring and took a new job at API Group Inc. I now do primarily Linux server administration. It's my dream [...]
I finally got PHPNuke upgraded for Muchtall.com. Unfortunately the upgrade was not painless. If you see anything out of place, let me know.
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