Tonight, I’m testing something out. I’m going to try to run a 2-part class live online via Skype or Breeze (ok, Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro) on PHP basics to help my fellow students. Hopefully I can help some non students as well.

If you’re interested, it’s a public event, and I’ll post the connection details around 9pm tonight:



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Java Job up for Grabs

May 20, 2010

Company: eTapestry Who the hell are they?Leading edge web-based fundraising application for charities and non-profit organizations of all types and sizes. The highest levels of product innovation, data security, and customer support are hallmarks of eTapestry. Ok, what’s the job? Conversion Programmer Internship – whatever that means Java Programmer What you will gain: Position Description […]

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Datacenter update

April 11, 2010

In case you haven’t been following, this site is all about an actual build out of a data center. It’s pretty amazing, I recommend checking it out. If you’re as much of a geek as I am, subscribe to the RSS feed already. New Time-Elapsed Video: Equipment Yard « Datacenter Builder

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Alternative icon for Omnifocus

February 21, 2010

Note: Download link is dead due to New link: I finally got my new 27″ Core i7 iMac delivered. It’s frickin’ glorious. Immediately, I set out to customize the crap out of it. The very first thing I did was install Candybar from Panic and change all the icons I could. Turns out, […]

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Statistics are f*cking with your mind, America

February 12, 2010

Just now, on the morning CNN Headline News, I saw a quick stat in honor of, I can only imagine, Valentines day. And it pretty much embarrasses women.

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Flash Apologists are Legion

February 10, 2010

It’s times like these that I almost hate blogging. I read what might be the most insightful article comparing and contrasting Flash and HTML5 that I’ve ever seen, yet I’m compelled to belittle the crap out of the content. Why? Because this wasn’t about HTML5 at all! It was about excuses for Flash. In Ray […]

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Mac QuickTip: Spaces AND Expose at the same time

December 7, 2009

If you’re a user of Spaces on OS X, you’re no doubt frustrated at times by having to drag windows around from space to space. Here’s a real quick shortcut sure to save you a few milliseconds…

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Google Wave Complaints being answered

November 30, 2009

People have some legitimate concerns about Google Wave, myself included. Google posted a wave asking what people like about Wave, and what they don’t like. It appears they’re taking the gripes pretty seriously.

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What is Google Wave? An easy explanation

November 29, 2009

If you fall into one of these categories, read on: You don’t know how to explain what Google Wave is, You just got a Wave invite, and don’t know where to start, Someone just asked you what Google Wave is, or You were just asked if you wanted an invite, but don’t know what it […]

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