Month: October 2005

  • Unshelved

    Today’s Unshelved on Ringworld and Halo! Great stuff. I could so see Microsoft’s lawyers rolling their eyes when someone suggested this.

  • Fireworks

    Fireworks, originally uploaded by sneezypb. I took this at the fireworks show for the Rock Eagle conference. There are several I liked. Each made it to my Flickr blog.

  • Disconnect

    Wow, there is a disconnect between Microsoft and end users. Even if users experience PC trouble after installing the patch, they will still be protected against any attack exploiting the Windows flaw, a Microsoft representative said. But but but The patch could lock users out of their PC, prevent the Windows Firewall from starting, block […]

  • Blackboard and WebCT Merger

    The threats to switch to Moodle are a little premature over the announcment of the Blackboard and WebCT merger. Moodle seems more like a content management system than a learning management system. Some thoughts Support for WebCT’s existing products is not going away in the near term. Products currently in development probably will finish. Blackboard […]

  • OK

    OK, originally uploaded by Andrew Huff. Macs have so few errors the software developers just don’t bother to write error messages?

  • Disseminate

    Don’t tell others about something (dissiminate). Make them watch it or listen to it or a give a copy. Maybe I am just too much into first party sources? I don’t want to learn from someone who read a book about it. I want to learn from someone who actually does it.

  • Squirrel Lickin’

    , originally uploaded by seizethedave. Clicking on Flickr Explore can turn up some interesting results. This one… LOL So worth it.