Let’s say you’re following someone’s research. You’ve got a cousin who has their own website and you trust what they’re doing but you don’t get to talk to them everyday and keep up on what’s happening. Or another cousin periodically sends you an updated chart by email. I’ve got a few cousins like that. … [continued]
Beware VisionTek ATI Radeon HD 4650 seekers.
#1 This is the graphics card I ordered:
I definitely need a treadmill computer desk.
After a month of steady rain, yesterday the sun was shining. The beginning of Summer. Just in the nick of time according to the calendar. As I was falling asleep last night, I made a plan. … [continued]
Yesterday was Convocation Day for the college. Exams are over and all but the summer students are now scattered to the winds. Just us few peons left to organize for next year. Next thing on the agenda is a brain-storming meeting. Basically, what that means is that I get to show up with a clipboard and a list of work to delegate. … [continued]
For me this is a dream come true. Update Notifier.
I keep a folder of all my software installers; in case I have to reinstall my OS without warning everything’s ready to go. Sometimes I share installers with others through Dropbox so that’s another reason. Keeping the installers up-to-date is a chore, so much so that I have it as a scheduled task on my calendar.
If you have a blog of your own, or if you read a lot of blogs, you might find this interesting. I was over at Legacy News and they’ve installed a widget that reads their blog posts. It’s called Odiogo. You click the Listen Now button and off it goes. You can download mp3 files of blog posts and listen to them at your leisure. You can even subscribe to them. They got the idea from Rick Eastman’s blog and who knows where Rick got the idea from. It’s probably spreading like wild-fire. … [continued]