Monthly disclaimer

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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The trip that wasn’t

I should know better than try to travel in November. This last Saturday I was scheduled to travel to Europe for a business meeting. It was the Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend, so I wasn’t surprised when I got to the airport to find the parking garage nearly empty. Most everyone…

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Daily links for 11/30/2010

16 Music Players for Linux | TuxArena “Linux came a long way concerning music players in the last couple of years and if in the past there were only few choices for users – XMMS has to be mentioned here – well, now there are so many players to choose…

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Daily links for 11/29/2010

AppleInsider | Sony adopts, then drops, Cocoa-like GNUStep plans to rival Apple iOS “Sony unveiled plans to deliver a mobile development platform based on an open source version of Apple’s OpenStep and Cocoa technologies, shortly before announcing the project was put on hold.” tags: sony apple cocoa Posted from Diigo.…

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Some thoughts on baking apple pies

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you celebrating it today in the US or elsewhere! My first cooking task of the day was to bake an apple pie, something I’ve been doing for many years. There are many recipes for the pie and the pie dough, and this entry is not…

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Daily links for 11/23/2010

Novell acquired by Attachmate, sells some patents to Microsoft “When Novell turned down an offer to be acquired by hedge fund Elliot Associates earlier this year, it seemed like the Linux vendor was looking for a better deal. The company announced today that it has accepted an offer to be…

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First impressions of iOS 4.2

Yesterday Apple released the latest version of their operating system for iPhones and iPads. iOS 4.2 is not radically new and different for the iPhone, but does bring new functionality to the iPad. The primary thing I’ve been waiting for is folders, the ability to hold up to 20 apps…

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Daily links for 11/22/2010

Apple releases iOS 4.2 with free Find My Phone for some “Apple on Monday released the promised update to iOS 4.2 for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. The update brings a number of long-awaited iOS 4 features to the iPad and adds the new AirPlay and AirPrint features for all…

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Daily links for 11/21/2010

Why Are Business Analytics Important? Because You Think You’re a Better Than Average Driver – Forbes “When it comes to business analytics – using information to better-run your business – many successful executives have similarly high opinions of their skills.” tags: business analytics Posted from Diigo. The rest of my…

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