Found this out in the blogosphere:Read More
I have a confession to make. While at Tech-Ed, I did some bad things. Please look upon me not with a judging eye, but try to have a forgiving stance.Read More
My car hates me. Or it should. Last week I made two round trips to SD. Last Friday night, I returned from SD, and Akumi and I left the following Saturday morning to drive up to San Francisco. I used to love road trips, but after all the hours of sitting on my ass in my car this weekend, I’m done for the time being (or at least for two weeks since we’re going camping).Read More
So we’re going to keep the Media Center PC since we won’t be able to get enough to buy a Tablet PC if we sold it and since we can get a lot of use from it. I have a lot more to write about Tech-Ed and my fabulous weekend in San Francisco. Stay tuned.Read More
Last night I attended the Microsoft Office System party at the Hard Rock Cafe. The “Unauthorized Rolling Stones” were playing and the crowd was into it. I was primarily there for the food at first, but after a few free drinks, I was having a jolly good time talking to people. Even met a techie from Juneau, Alaska. Though I live in L.A., I still claim Anchorage since my family still lives there. So it was nice to bond with another Alaskan. Especially as I didn’t figure the Alaskan government would be using .NET.Read More
The best part of Tech-Ed 2004 is how Microsoft puts us developers in touch with the people who are creating the languages and tools we use. They’ve accomplished this in two ways.Read More
My good buddy makes the Kyle following comment on my last post:Read More
I have a new personal record time for the drive from Los Angeles to San Diego. I believe I made it in 1.5 hours. It was a harrowing drive, but I made it safely and already received some free code generation software. Now to find some food and watch the Alias finale.Read More
According to a new report, the Bush Administration has taken its strong support for outsourcing further than previously thought – opting to move key political operations offshore. India’s Hindustan Times reports that, during a 14 month period from 2002 to 2003 when the Republican Party was playing up patriotism, its fund-raising and vote-seeking campaign was performed in part by two call centers located in India….
A coworker sent me this really neat car commercial. It makes really good use of soothing subtle sound effects as the car drives around the scerene landscape. You may need to turn up your speakers a bit to hear it.Read More
In the old days, the Shaolin monks demonstrated the strength of their kung-fu with feats of amazing dexterity. The modern monk has replaced kung-fu with this: http://eul0000562.eu.verio.net/bmuk_movies/asianarcade.wmvRead More
I may be the last geek to have posted this, but it’s interesting nonetheless.Read More
A German couple who went to a fertility clinic after eight years of marriage have found out why they are still childless - they weren’t having sex.
Knew it had to be too good to be true. Ignore my previous post.Read More
When I first heard of this, I thought it was a glitch in gMail. But hot damn! A whole Terabyte. I don’t even have a terabyte at home.Read More
.TEXT has a neat page in the Admin section that displays all the comments made in your blog. I hadn’t been monitoring this page so when I finally got around to it, I was quite surprised at some of the comments made therein. Most of the comments are from my very nice and intelligent friends, but there are the occasional entries made by people with a one letter vocabulary (literally). My wife and I had a good laugh at many of them, but some of them were a bit disturbing or just plain nonsensical. I ended up deleting a lot of them.Read More