This is the blog of Adam Kalsey. Unusual depth and complexity. Rich, full body with a hint of nutty earthiness.
Logitech support sucks
Logitech’s customer support processes are so broken that I’m going to avoid even buying their products in the future.
A local biotech company is hiring a "Web 2.0 developer" to build internal and...
A whole new ballgame
Simplelinks hits on baseball, REST that ain’t, and massive PHP Flickr-style.
Browser size hijacking
How can I keep pages from resizing my browser window?
Installing software through DarwinPorts is a breeze.
Music everywhere, computing on the run, and sports commercials make up this edition of Simplelinks.
An idea for mapping sites: show the weather
Firefox niche extensions
The majority of extensions now are for niche uses. How cools is that?
Business in the front, REST in the back
Niagra trial suggestion
Ryan King has a suggestion for Sun’s server trial.
Sun Niagra server trial making a strategic mistake
Sun is making a strategic mistake by making it hard for startups to try their servers.
Candy fundraiser update
An update on the virtual candy sales
Sacramento Geek Dinner
The first of many Sacramento dinners
The end of an era
I’ve joined Ookle’s advisory board
Virtual Fundraiser - Candy Sales for Little League
Help two kid’s organizations at once.
Looking for an RSS reader? So was I.
Keeping track of distributed teams
Using IM status to track work
Creative Weblogging: listening to customers
I asked Creative Weblogging to bring back full text feeds. They’re trying it out.
More dumb feed advertising: Icerocket
Add Icerocket to the list of companies who don’t have an RSS advertising clue.
Wells Fargo is stupid
Wells Fargo didn’t think things through very well.
My car with Dave Winer
Dave Winer and my license plate (photo)
Uner the Radar: Make it Easy 2.0 Notes
Notes from a session on tools to create stuff.
Under The Radar: When 2.0 notes
Notes from the calendaring session at UTR