Open Source Alliance - March 24th, 2005

I completely forgot to mention about this last Thursday’s first Open Source Alliance meeting at Paramus’ Panera Bread. I arrived earlier than everybody else despite the really bad traffic on Route 4 West. The place was really crowded and I couldn’t set up my laptop at the “usual ...

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What's The Frequency, Kenneth?

The depth of the WWW never ceases to amaze me. Every day there’s a new world out there for you to discoverer! I do browse a handfull of sites every day religiously but sometimes I crave for new material. Reading blogs have given me the opportunity to “interact” with ...

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Portable FireFox 1.0.2

For all you crazy USB-Portable-Device-Lovers out there: Portable FireFox 1.0.2 has been released!!! My favorite new features are:

COMMANDLINE PASSING - The Portable Firefox launcher now supports commandline passing! That’s right, you can drag an HTML file onto PortableFirefox.exe and drop it and it will open it ...
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Working For Pixar

No, I did not get hired to work for Pixar. [sigh] I just wanted to point you to this interesting article describing the working environment there.

A lot of the animators decided early on that they didn’t want cubicles, so instead, Pixar found these groovy little cottages ...
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Ubuntu Help Guy

Lately I have found myself hanging out at #ubuntu on irc.freenode.org, mostly listening and lending a helping hand whenver I can. It sort of reminds me of what I think Open Source and Community really means! I have personally gotten insulted in the past by some pretty lame ...

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Red Storm On The Horizon

What a week this has been… and it’s only Monday!!! After putting up with a lot of infantile abuse from my upper management things seem to be heading South. I used to feel that the entire organization was plotting against me and wondered if it was just me. But ...

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Portable Applications

Been really enjoying my SeaGate Portable Drive. I managed to upload all my 13 GB+ of MP3s and Oggs together with a bunch of usefull applications and code I was carrying with me on a couple of CDs for quite some time. Having a central and portable repository for all ...

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