February 2003 Archives

Of Mushrooms and children's shows
Thanks for everything Mr. Rogers. You will be missed.
February 28, 2003 - 146 words, 2 comments

Staples.com: Yeah, we've got problems
A shopping trip at Staples.com yields some advice on writing effective error messages and defining sensible software requirements.
February 15, 2003 - 986 words, 8 comments

MovableJive
A port of some classic text filters to Movable Type. Translate your posts into Jive, Texas Drawl, Cockney, Swedish Chef, Valley Girl, German Accent, or Hunting Wabbits.
February 14, 2003 - 75 words, 32 comments

Extending Wireless through the powerline
A Siemens product that ties your wireless network into your wired network through the powerlines.
February 8, 2003 - 115 words, 2 comments

Project Blogging With Microsoft
SharePoint Team services sounds a lot like a FrontPage weblogging tool.
February 8, 2003 - 106 words, 4 comments

Getting the Gist of marketing
If it’s the first time in a very long time that you’ve contacted your customer lists, do it right.
February 6, 2003 - 311 words, 1 comment

WaMu pounding
A Washington Mutual computer has been denied access to this site.
February 4, 2003 - 41 words,

Columbia
One day, space travel will be routine.
February 4, 2003 - 130 words,

C++ Web Services
Looking for a XML-RPC library.
February 3, 2003 - 18 words,

SimpleComments
A Movable Type plugin that combines comments and TrackBacks into a single, simple list.
February 2, 2003 - 911 words, 84 comments

Comments, please
I’m testing out a new MT plugin that I’ve been working on, and I need your help. Please leave some comments and trackback pings on this entry.
February 2, 2003 - 89 words, 13 comments

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