Get this: – I stopped using Outlook awhile back so I have no calendar – I tried Mozilla Calendar but it’s not stable/ready yet – I don’t want to buy and carry an appointments book – My Palm is buried … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2003
Ah, Defender. My friend Josh Seiden has started a blog just about that old Williams video game. 1981 in the city all over again.
I’m a huge fan of Resin, the superb Java servlet container from Caucho. But getting it to run as an Apache module under Gentoo Linux required a bit of sleuthing.
I’m a little worried that my interest in Gentoo means it’s starting to achieve a kind of stylish notoriety that presages loss of original quality, but these folks are so dang hardcore that seems unlikely. Especially given what you have … Continue reading
Rod Johnson wrote the book I’ve always wanted. I like to think that if I’d had it, read it, and understood it years ago I would have produced finer software architecture and enterprise Java apps than I can claim to. … Continue reading
Napeague Bay is a heavenly cauldron when it blows hard out of the South. At 2:30 this afternoon I finally got out on the water, serious wind. It was blowing over 25 knots. I was ecstatic. The sky was streaked … Continue reading
I remember a lot of things about the time when the Internet first became known to us. I remember a domain name for an educational project I worked on in 1988 (ny-yn.org). Modems at 300 baud, 1200, 2400, 9.6 and … Continue reading
I just pulled down and installed OpenOffice 1.1 this morning. And it is very impressive. Check out this list of features. More importantly, it just works. And the import of Office documents seems to be excellent so far.