Having just wasted an hour of my evening installing and struggling with Quicken Deluxe 2005, I will only say this: if I worked for Intuit I would be embarassed. It’s an amazingly bad piece of software from a company that … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2005
I’m very happy with my new manual USB switch. Now I can share my ergo keyboard and trackball setup as well as other USB devices between my two desktop machines. The switching time is not bad, a few seconds, and … Continue reading
Walking home up Broadway this evening I saw some fine young men playing with a basketball, pretending to slam dunk on the Walk sign, and I had this idea: Instead of bright orange Gates in Central Park, why not put … Continue reading
About a month ago, the excellent voice recognition in my Tablet PC stopped working. I eventually concluded it was related to a Windows Update because shortly afterwards my wife’s tablet behaved identically, and her updates typically lag mine a little. … Continue reading
I’ve been looking into the state of software tools that specifically support project management for agile development methodologies (see Agile Alliance for more info). I started (of course) with the free stuff.
I’m writing this on my Fujitsu Stylistic 5010, which is a pure slate (no keyboard) Tablet PC with a 12.1″ screen and a 1GHz Pentium M CPU. I’ve been using it as my primarily computer for the past 13 months, … Continue reading