Category Archives: Technology

Google’s shiny new Browser

Chrome is out, download it here: I know the title post was a little obvious, a quick web-search shows a stack of hits for it already 😦 Chrome is built on webkit and has worked fine for me on all my … Continue reading

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DD-WRT on Linksys WRT54G v8

Many sites say v8 of the WRT-54G routers cannot be flashed with DD-WRT…. Continue reading

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Google Reader – Gears and List View

Shawn (the ADO Guy) pointed me to Google Reader last Summer and that spelled the end of my Blog Lines use. Both are web based readers, and ideal for reading RSS feeds at various computers. It remembers all feeds, and … Continue reading

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Microsoft Architecture Journal

Why was I not aware of this? It is a free quarterly print/web publication, after scanning the back issues it looks more useful than the MSDN Magazine is lately: Sign up here: PDFs are there too; I just put … Continue reading

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Speaking at IASA Atlanta: May 9th

This should be fun a night, I will kick off with a light hearted look at Cruise Control – it is amazing how many projects still do not use Continuous Integration. My plan is take demos and a few slides … Continue reading

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LinkedIn's second wind

Like many busy people I used to politely decline requests to join LinkedIn – a social networking website for professionals. A few weeks ago I finally gave it a try and on uploading my Gmail contacts a whopping 70+ people … Continue reading

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SecurAble – is your DEP working

Steve Gibson of GRC fame spits out another useful tool: It simply displays if some newer hardware features are available on your PC. The screenshot is verification that the 64 bit PC I built almost three years does support DEP. … Continue reading

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