Archive pour janvier 2006

So I lied – I can’t *not* change my website

Yeah. I’m like that. I thought I could go for a good 6 months without updating the look/feel of the blog and the rest of my personal domain applications, but hey, there’s so much going on. Frankly, I’m hooked – why deny it. The things I’ve done to this blog are minor this time around,…

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Playing around with e107

I’ve been looking for an alternative to Joomla lately, because, well, I think it’s sorta big, slow and bloated. There, I said it. I know, I’m a spoiled brat. I don’t code and I get this stuff for free through the joy of opensource development. I’d heard of e107 before, but discarded when I was…

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Back to old school bookmarks… sorta…

What I’ve come to realize as I looked at various ways to manage my bookmarks across multiple systems is twofold: There is no application right now that would match my ideal deployment/runtime scenario I don’t need to overcomplicate things, given my usage patterns Let’s backtrack for a minute, so you can appreciate the evolution (or…

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Install WAS V6 in a single step

I’ve just hit this news release on the WebSphere Application support website (which by the way provides an RSS feed) : It is now possible to simply install and configure WebSphere® Application Server for multiple systems. Simplify installing GA code, refresh packs, fix packs and interim fixes, as well as creating/configuring artifacts and deploying applications.…

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Evernote successor is called… Lotus Notes

I’ve been trying to love Evernote. Really. I had it auto-start every time I booted. It sat there in my tray ready to be used, I installed the Firefox extension to send content to it automatically (that worked very well, btw) and I even used it as a DDE target for our telephony software, so…

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