What Was The Question???

April 24, 2006

I often take online polls and I ran across this little dandy of a question the other day and just had to share…Which Are You??

Now, I generally consider myself to be fairly up-to-date on the whole politically correct thing but I was at a complete loss as to the difference between option 2 and option 3.

Code Monkey…

April 24, 2006

A little tune to help make your Monday a little more bearable…"Code Monkey".


April 19, 2006

If you're a developer and you've ever used Google to find some code (uh…who hasn't), GO SIGN UP FOR KRUGLE RIGHT NOW!! I signed up about 2 months ago and just finally got in on the beta. It's amazing. You can watch the demo (800×600) to get an idea of what you're waiting for.

The interface is great; it's an Ajax app and beta so there are still some issues (*ahem* BACK BUTTON) but impressive and intuitive nonetheless. It supports a variety of languages from Objective-C and LISP to TCL and sh. There's something in there for everyone.

If you sign up, please leave a note and let me know what you think.

*** UPDATE:  It appears that the beta is closed at this point. Be sure to sign up so that you'll know when it officially rolls out. ***

Zen Case Mod…

April 13, 2006

I'm not really big into case mods but this Sangaku Case Mod has got to be one of the coolest I think I've ever seen.

(Thanks Randy

Zanebug Issues…

April 11, 2006

I'm posting this here so that I can link to the images of the issues I'm having. Otherwise, please ignore. 🙂


Feed Update…

April 6, 2006

I've signed up for FeedBurner to test it out. If you're reading this thru an aggregator, please update your feed link to point here instead. Or you can just use the FeedBurner badge in the right hand sidebar.

Looking Over Your Shoulder…

April 5, 2006

I guess I didn't realize that a web page could possibly read from my clipboard. Copy some non-sensitive text to your clipboard and take a look at this site. If you scroll down to the end, you should see the text from your clipboard as well as instructions on how to prevent it or at least have it warn you.

NOTE: Only IE seems to "suffer" from this as far as I can tell.