On my way back home from dropping my sister off at the airport. We are all going to miss having family in town.
Posts Categorized: Tech
On the list of top ten things you really don’t want to hear your wife say, “… his testicles were huge.”
Mary seems to be impervious to cold. Freezing my ears off pushing her on the swing at the park.
I recently set up a usb drive with a bootable version of Ubuntu using the following tutorial http://www.debuntu.org/how-to-install-ubuntu-linux-on-usb-bar It is geared to Ubuntu Gutsy but I was able to install the Ubuntu Hardy Alpha 4 with the same instructions. Upgrade to Hardy Alpha 5, and Beta was really smooth, all I had to do was… Read more »
Stuck in traffic S I-25 on Motor City.
Twitter needs to implement some statistics on their users. When I find someone that I may want to follow, I really want to know how often they tend to tweet before I follow them. Ideally, I would like to see the trend of their tweets over the last 7 days, the last month, and then… Read more »
I said that I would post some of the data that I gathered via my tomato firmware that I installed one month ago. Here are some pretty graphs. So far it looks like I run at a total of about 21 – 22 GB of data up and down per month. I think that I… Read more »
Google Reader is a great RSS reader. In addition to providing a great central location for reading my feeds it also allows me to, easily, share interesting feeds with other people that are using Google Reader. When I want to share an item from a feed I can click the “share” icon and “my friends”… Read more »
Summary I have completed reading the “MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-536): Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0–Application Development Foundation”. That’s 16 chapters, or 1,050 pages of lovely technical goodness. My overall assessment is that I definitely learned from every chapter. Some of this stuff I do every day and there are portions of the framework that… Read more »
New Router Firmware I saw a post on Lifehacker about setting up a different firmware on my home router. I’ve tried this before with DD-WRT, HyperWRT and Open-WRT. The only version that I was able to get set up easily was HyperWRT. HyperWRT was alright (read functional) but it certainly wasn’t fantastic. In setting up… Read more »