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This is a presentation I gave yesterday at the International Association of Privacy Professionals in Washington, DC USA, on March…
This post is a great example of why you should never say that you are starting a new series of…
Several years ago I spent quite a bit of time in Second Life when it was the hot 3D social…
For a small personal project I’m starting, I wanted to get elevation data for the area surrounding our property in…
This has been a long hard winter in the northeastern United States, and I don’t think we’re done yet. Earlier…
Monthly Archives: July 2010
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.
I’ve been doing a lot of running around for business trips over the last few weeks, so haven’t had much of a chance to post updates here. I did pick up the used 1988 Catalina 22 sailboat that I mentioned … Continue reading
One the things about having a blog is being to write about the various hobbies and recreations I pick up. I started blogging in August of 2004, so you all missed my starting fly fishing, which I still do but … Continue reading
One of the nice things I liked about the Chrome browser was searching from the address line, that area at the top of the screen where you would normally type in some URL like http://www.sutor.com. Firefox has a search area … Continue reading
We’re fully in the middle of summer here in northwest New York State, climate zone 5b. In another month the nights will start getting quite cool, though we’ll still have some very warm days into September. A month ago I … Continue reading
Yesterday I set up a laptop with a Linux distribution, including everything I needed for work. Today, I’m doing it again. My reason for repeating the process had nothing to do with Linux. I decided to do something to the … Continue reading
Some objects from my travels and experiences, mixed in with some scifi books.
Now that the iPad has been out for about 3 months and I have had mine for a bit longer than 2 months, I’m going to revisit math software on the iPad. I previously did a couple of blog entries … Continue reading
On Linux and Windows, setting Firefox as your default system browser can be done within Firefox itself. From Preferences, go to the Advanced tab and look down at System defaults. Click the Check Now button and then make Firefox the … Continue reading
Here are a few links to stories and blog entries about IBM’s announcement that it is adopting the Mozilla Firefox browser for internal use. IBM embraces Firefox, adopts it internally – Ars Technica “A recent change to IBM‘s internal IT … Continue reading
I talk a lot about software in this blog but most of the discussion is at the personal level: I tried this, I experimented with that. I hardly ever talk about what I use for doing my IBM business and … Continue reading