Archive for October, 2007

I am sure that I am not alone in finding it in interesting to think about and understand how particular thread’s take form on Internet discussion forums (and related technologies), how they morph and how they die. By a thread I mean a thought that generates a resonance across at least three active posters on […]


OffBlogging…

20Oct07

are the collection of techniques, tools and services that support off-line blogging. An offblogger can prepare entire blog postings, including any graphics, including date stamping as at time of writing (as opposed to when the blog entry goes live). When the blogger goes on-line the offblogs are uploaded automatically…


What do you do, if the Mac has eaten your floppy-like EcoDisc DVD and simply does not want to eject it – well you turn the Apple notebook on it‘s keyboard, press the eject button and slap it, I kid you not…


Ask him anything about Citrix, Windows, Linux (and Amiga 😉 ) and you get an answer, not always the one you might have wished, but certainly one which helps your project. His in-depth knowledge of IT systems surprises more than one, I often find myself simply in awe when getting his advice. FDPM is the […]


“Traditional” websites that are regularly updated are of more interest to search engines, and the world at large. Totally static pages may be read once and then forgotten. This concept of a websites value being reflected in whether it is updated has a variation with a blog. True, there are blogs that their respective audiences […]


We are using three Apple Notebooks, all G4 PPC pre-Intel: one PowerBook 12″ and two iBooks 12″. We got them to have less trouble and support issues and so far we are quite happy. Recently on two of the machines we have serious performance issues. My guess is age, the need to clean up the […]