Monthly Archives for May 2004
As the final few hours of my thirtieth year draw to a close, I'm totally psyched about the great week that lies ahead. I'm working today, but it's not too bad as the office feels like elementary school on the … Continue reading
If your computer is infected with some of the most rampant virus strains out there (and some of yours are because we keep getting the emails!), there is a free virus removal tool that can do the job. Download VCleaner.exe … Continue reading
In getting dressed this morning, I went with a brown/olive stripe suit with a white shirt. I never realized just how very sunburned I am until I put on that white dress shirt. I thought it might be bad last … Continue reading
It's pretty easy to take your cell phone number from one carrier to the next, but a lot of people don't. Why? Generally you have to buy a new phone from your new carrier, right? Wrong. Popular Science has an … Continue reading
Remember this? Well, if all goes as planned I will start and finish the project by noon tomorrow. And — like all my projects — we have the ambulance on speed dial, just in case. Update: I'm finished. Well, 99.3% … Continue reading
I'm digging the free, pre-alpha FeedBurner service. It's an RSS optimizer than can cut the waste out of your XML, create a version of your feed that's compatible with all newsreaders, and let's you track your XML pageviews. RSS tracking? … Continue reading
For those OS X users that made note of the security holes discussed earlier this week, there are now two security patches for you to download. More (hopefully) to follow over at Jay's site.
Without any doubt whatsoever, Pizza Hut's Buffalo Chicken Pizza is the best pizza ever. When Josh was over for Halo Thursday night, he had a couple pieces and agreed. So last night we happen by the Coopers and what do … Continue reading
A very quick but heartfelt thank you to my blog friend who hooked me up with Gmail.
One of the uber-cool, under-documented features in Windows XP is a tool called Wireless Zero Configuration Service (WZCSVC). Wireless Zero Configuration Service is available on Windows XP Home and Windows XP Pro. In a nutshell, the service allows users to … Continue reading