Archive: July 2005

Dell RAID Documentation Nothing to see here, move along dell, evolvingmedia, raid

Aquarion dials 333. Hi, welcome to three’s customer service. If you have a monthly contract, pr*beep* For a long wait, followed by disconnection, press one. For a shorter wait, but still disconnection, press two. For a list of numbers, count

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I’ve been lax in the MP3 of the week thing, so: EFO – Rolling Pin Avenue Q – Schadenfreude ELO + Pink – Get This Party Started mashup

“We had 12.9 gigabytes of (Microsoft) PowerPoint slides on our network. And I thought, ‘What a huge waste of corporate productivity.’ So we banned it. And we’ve had three unbelievable record-breaking fiscal quarters since we banned PowerPoint. Now, I would

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Gosh, isn’t networking easier when you just plug things in? Ah well. You will require: The “Generic 3G Scripts” from Ross Barkman’s home page Your phone to be connected to Vodafone Live. A Powerbook with bluetooth. Download the scripts, unsit

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I have ejected Three from my life. Three are my mobile phone company. I switched to them last year because they were cheap, I wanted a snazzy phone, and they promised me I could go onto the interweb on it.

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First, moon.google.com Then, zoom right in. Idea: Wonderful. Execution: Genius.

The Lipson-Shiu Corporate Type Test fun, office

As of this morning (About 5am this morning. Who needs sleep when you’re never gonna get it?) Aquarionics’ Journal archives are subject to a rolling blackout. Everything older than three years old doesn’t work anymore. Currently, that’s just a pithy

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The announcement is here, the motion has begun. Stuff is well and truly going down. The Web Action Standards Project DOM Scripting Task Force has been announced (The title is something of a mouthful, but Javascript Cabal is quicker, and

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