This should be required reading with getting an email account. Part of the Internet Drivers license test. I heavily use filters (known as rules to Outlook users), should be better than I am about not always checking my email and instead scheduling dashes, but I do know how to use the delete key :). Read! […]
Dave just posted about passing his fireman’s test at Disneyland. Very cool – congratulations!. I’ve enjoyed reading about a different type of engineer – hope he keeps writing.
Found this on the web as I was looking for a plan to follow to get back into exercising. I’m about 2 weeks into it and so far think it’s pretty good. This plan has you start off jogging for only 60 seconds then walking for 90 seconds – alternating back and forth for 20 […]
Hmmm. Interesting post about the possible effects of the reduced sleep we get due to night time lighting. While I’m always skeptical when they start blaming something of causing cancer, night time lighting messing up our circadian rhythms seems reasonable. I don’t think anyone would be injured by more sleep.
Chris Sell’s managed to assemble a $365.97 Vista PC. I think it could be done even cheaper by shipping time, even with glass. There are already embedded video chips that support glass – which was over $100 of the cost. By Vista ship date, you may see $300< machines shipping with the stripped down version […]
as a code sample… in this Hey, Scripting Guy! column, the code sample happens to use my name. They let employees sign this contract so they can use our names in code samples, sample databases, etc. In return we get to be famous :). In a weird geeky sort of way. Unfortunately, in the sample they […]
Don’t know if any of my friends and family have T-Mobile and WiFi, but this is a cool promotion! T-Mobile Free Wi-Fi Weekends. The name says it all. Evidently you just have to http://freeweekends.hotspot.t-mobile.com on your wifi device, enter you t-mobile number and then you’ll get a text message with a passcode. Pretty cool. Would have […]