I recently spent some time testing out MyFax for internet fax send/receive. A friend had good experiences, so I was optimistic. Unfortunately, everything was a problem for me. Their web site was complete Safari-unfriendly (I’m on a Mac) and I … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2010
That’s my clavicle and its new best friend. For what it’s worth, I hate it. Definitely better than having those bones shifting around, but I really don’t like this.
I stumbled on this quote in a Wikipedia article on Lutes: Matheson, ca 1720, stated if a lute-player has lived eighty years, he has surely spent sixty years tuning. My immediate thought was that if a programmer has lived eighty … Continue reading
Inspired by some recent comments I made at the New York CTO club, my colleague Dan Woods just published an article at Forbes.com in which he interviewed me about what I see as some of the most significant advantages of … Continue reading
…is they break if you hit them hard enough. I think it is required, given my previous posts on all the benefits of cycling, to disclose that a few days ago I went out on a snowy morning when I … Continue reading