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The postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent my employer’s positions, strategies or opinions. Blog entries before 2010 are in my Archived Blog.

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Driving a UHaul from upstate NY to Chicago

Several weeks ago my daughter Katie needed to move into an apartment in Chicago and we needed to help her furnish said apartment with a couch, chair, tables, bed, and various other possessions. Unlike our trips carting her things back and forth from upstate New York to Chicago, we needed…

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Daily links for 06/30/2010

Multiple tag / category queries | WordPress Guy “Did you know that WordPress supports multiple tag queries?” tags: wordpress, category, tag, multiple just saying no to deer, with fencing — A Way to Garden “I GARDENED WITH THE DEER FOR NEARLY A DECADE, and then I said no more. I’d…

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Daily links for 06/29/2010

Add-on Developer Hub :: Add-ons for Firefox “Add-ons empower millions of Firefox users to personalize their browser’s form and function. Why not show off your smarts by creating an add-on the whole world can use? Tools and tutorials you find here make it simple. So take a look and put…

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Daily links for 06/28/2010

Reseller News > Red Hat CEO: VMware our biggest competitor “In two or three years, Whitehurst predicts, virtualisation and cloud tools will still be a minority of Red Hat’s revenue, compared to subscription fees of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, though it will be a “substantial” minority of the revenue by…

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Update on my Firefox extensions

It used to be that I tried a new Firefox extension every day. Since the Firefox browser from Mozilla became a standard tool for how I do business and generally access the web, I’ve focused less on trying new things and more on tuning the environment I have. I then…

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Daily links for 06/25/2010

Linux as a Catalyst for a Smarter Planet | A Smarter Planet Blog “Editor’s Note: Following is an essay co-authored by Bob Sutor, vice president of open source and Linux for IBM, and Jean Staten Healy, director of cross-IBM Linux strategy for IBM. It describes the central place Linux plays…

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Daily links for 06/24/2010

Linden Lab Announces Management Changes — SAN FRANCISCO, June 24 /PRNewswire/ — “Linden Lab®, creator of 3D virtual world Second Life®, announced today that company founder Philip Rosedale has been named interim CEO, and CFO Bob Komin has assumed the additional role of COO.  Linden Lab also announced that Mark…

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What happens when I go to a conference

I’m spending a few days this week in Boston attending the Red Hat Summit in Boston, a large and very professionally done conference about their Linux, virtualization, and middleware offerings. Earlier today, IBM’s Jean Staten Healy and I gave a talk called “Linux as a catalyst for a smarter planet.”…

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Daily links for 06/23/2010

Linux as a catalyst for a smarter planet | opensource.com “In this morning’s Red Hat Summit sessions, Jean Staten Healy and Bob Sutor of IBM presented on the solutions that communities around the world are implementing using Linux as a catalyst for a smarter planet.” tags: linux, red-hat, smarter-planet WordPress…

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