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Writing dynamically generated Javascript

MARCH 25, 2004

This week I had the need to write a rather complicated/messy piece of JavaScript. The basic task was as follows. We had 2 sets of 3 drop downs. Each set of 3 represented a time in a 24 hour day...

Elected DMOZ Editor

MARCH 19, 2004

Last night I was accepted to edit the largest Internet directory on the Web, Open Directory Project (ODP) or otherwise known as

QuickBooks API for PHP

MARCH 17, 2004

I've written an class that connects to a .NET QuickBooks API server that listens for xml requests and processes them. It has been in use on multiple sites now for over a year. I've made a decision to make the complete suite open source. The server is written is C# and there is a PHP class that connects to it...

Big Change at Google - Local Results in Main Stream

MARCH 17, 2004

Normally when you do a search in Google, you don't think about what is going on. You expect relevant results and don't give it a second thought. Google, today, took this one step further by adding Yellow Page results to its main stream search. That way they did this is transparent to the end user. Do a search on "

Neil Young and Technology

MARCH 15, 2004

Its seems like wherever I look, from technology magazines to farming politics, Neil Young pops up. In an interview by Wired magazine on Neil Young, is subtitled "The folk-country-grunge dinosaur is reborn (again) as an Internet-friendly, biodiesel-driven, multimedia machine...

New Toy - Palm Tungsten™ T3

MARCH 15, 2004

To go along with my new PowerBook G4 and its bluetooth technology, I purchased the Palm Tungsten™ T3. Tons of good and bad reviews on it. Major problem is the battery but my current Palm's battery is practically dead always now. I'll let you know how it is, when I get it.

Need for Open Source PDA Sync Library

MARCH 11, 2004

I am looking around for a simple open source PDA library. There is a non-OS thing called intellisync but I would rather use open source stuff to allow me to make changes and contributions.

Sunbeam Water Cooler Sprung a Leak

MARCH 10, 2004

Today our Sunbeam water cooler sprung a leak.

I have water all over that room and its a big mess.

I am calling a dozen 800#s to get it replaced and clean up the mess, I am still on hold now. So I thought I blog about it. 

I purchased it at Kmart.com...

DMZ or Bust

MARCH 10, 2004

How many times have you tried connecting your game to the internet? Webcam to someone accross the seas? AIM file transfer? and it failed, right? This is often caused by your firewall (or router)...

USPS Incompetent

MARCH 9, 2004

Believe it or not, my office which has receives mail every day for the past year in this office has not received mail for the past week. To be specific, we have not received mail on March 2nd through March 7 and then again on March 9th...

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