Monthly Archives: September 2010

Interesting list apps

There’s a particular application that I want in the worst possible way, but if I can’t find it I’ll just go ahead and make it myself (if I can figure out how to actually do that). Meanwhile, I keep searching … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

I like the qotd concept, and always have. It’s amazing to me that such a simple tool can be so interesting. As implemented since the dawn of time on UNIX systems, fortune offers an astonishing amount of functionality in such … Continue reading

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What can Google tell me about lists?

I’m not the only person in world to have developed the possibly unfortunate habit of googling whenever I have a question of some sort. That’s how it’s going with lists, for me. Try it yourself, Google lists. As you’re doing … Continue reading

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In case you were wondering

Just had a few days of web downtime, all entirely due to my own rusty internet-fu skills, and some less than optimal internetworking choices made over the past few years. So, we’re back and better than ever. Hope to start … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking a lot about lists, lately.

Here are some of the things that I’ve been wondering about, lately… Continue reading

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On the stability of Linux (and other UNIX-type OSes)

You may have noticed that there is a gap since my last post; sorry about that. What you may not have noticed is that I’m migrating all my blogs into WordPress. It’s really quite great, and I like having much … Continue reading

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