October 2007 Entries
And if you want to grab some of the music, there are a few mp3s available here.
You go first! No, you! No, I did it last time, it's your turn now!
While I can't comment on the effectiveness of any of these tools, I have to say that the aggressive marketing cracks me up. If your customers’ business and technology needs have outgrown IBM Lotus Notes, they're not alone. Many enterprise system customers are choosing to upgrade their legacy email technologies to Microsoft collaboration and productivity solutions. As much as I'm not missing the Notes Client for day to day "collaboration", and as much as I'm not missing working on an old outdated platform which has 0 day to day interest in terms of active / current web projects, I...
You don't need to be a Linux fan in order to appreciate the possibilities behind a motherboard with an inbuilt operating system, especially one which boots up in 5 seconds like the ASUS P5E3 Deluxe. An interesting backstop to have for anyone who's ever needed to download a couple of files in order to get their system up and working after a hardware or software malfunction.
It's funny watching Domino Developers yearing for some relational integrity.
Can pretty much fuck right off. Useless. I'm finding that receiving spam messages asking me if I want to continue to receive mail from services I signed up for (while the ones who never asked continue to spam away, all the time being routed directly to my Spam folder without being seen) more annoying than actual spam messages themselves. I can't add these lists to my spam filters - because I want to receive the actual emails - just not the emails about the email - which is what they're spamming me about. Who ever thought this was going to...