I read about this today, I stumbled on it and I thought it was worth sharing. Especially the bit where he tells us about the best ping story he’s ever heard… It’s actually a pretty clever way of using it and method I would gladly use in this situation. I could have used this a […]
This is what wikipedia had to say about it, and I mostly agree. The technophile sees most or all technology as positive, adopting technology enthusiastically, and seeing it as a means to potentially improve life and combat social problems. I think that kinda fits most hackers and it certainly fits me.
Google has great tools to help you migrate *into* google mail. They support a number of sources, but they lack in the ability to move from one Googlemail (aka google for domains) to another Google for domains account. For example, how do you safely, completely, accurately and quickly move from googlemail system on www.example.com to […]
Today is day 2 of this project and it seems to grow bigger each minute. The complexity of it is a little bit overwhelming so hopefully I can keep my sanity, keep my job and keep the other tasks and projects I’m working on afloat. None of my attempts to get an alternate boot menu […]
The first post of a series that describes a very cool project. It describes my thought process, the evolution of an existing method and the engineering of a new process. I walk you through initial design, challenges, brainstorming, testing, implementation and final delivery. The ultimate goal? to outsource the manufacturing of appliances to the appliance manufacturer, including the software and OS implementation.
A long time goal of mine has been to be a blogger. My first blog started back in 2001, and I’ve since gone through about a half dozen different blogs and at least that many different blog platforms. I have learned quite a bit. So I would like to show you how to blog, primarily […]