Archive pour mars 2006
Glengarry Glen Ross rules!
What a refreshing way to start my morning, but to read about sales strategies, and at that, the oldest one in the book: ABC – Always Be Closing! (This of course is from the Glengarry Glen Ross movie or theatre play – I’ve seen both…) Reading it on Brendon Connelly’s Slacker Manager blog made me…Lire la suite
Symbolic links in Windows, finally!
One feature I love in linux are those symbolic links. I just can’t get enough. I put’em all over the place to simply my life. Up until today, I’d been looking to do the same in Windows XP, without too much success. The fact is this is not new news to hardcore Windows dudes/dudettes. This…Lire la suite
Treo 650 on order
Well, after months of drooling over the thing, I finally had a good reason to make the move; my Sony Clie T665C is hardly usable anymore, due to the wear and tear it received over the 3.5 years I’ve had it. The writing area is pretty much non-responsive, the digitizer keeps losing focus and running…Lire la suite
Gregarius and optimal feed reading solution
I’ve just taken another step to living on the edge by moving my feed reading to the edge. I’ve used Gregarius to move my feed-reading to my personal domain where I’ve uploaded both my home’s iMac feedlist (using NetNewsWire Lite) and my work environment (using RSS Bandit), minus my internal IBM w3 feeds. Like my…Lire la suite
March aka end of quarter madness
It’s been a very busy months. Personal projects at home, ibm projects at the office. Many things to set in place early in the year, so that I can breathe a little easier later. Q1 at IBM is always so much about planning and executing, which is a difficult balance to achieve. I’m still very…Lire la suite
Scuttle upgrade brings tagcloud and new look!
When you get a 0.1 upgrade, you typically expect a few bug and or security fixes. Not this time! Scuttle 0.7.1 finally offers a revamped css theme, as well as replacing the alphanumeric listing of tags with a nicely rendered tagcloud. It’s simplistic, but works well. This software finally lets me combine both private and…Lire la suite