Against my better judgement, I’ve enhanced the spycam feature in the sidebar of this blog. Now if you click it, it launches a new pop-up window with a large version of the webcam that auto-refreshes every 30 seconds. Click!
Archives for January 2005
Have you heard about Voice over IP (VoIP)? If not, I might have to ask what rock you’ve been hiding under. It seems like everytime I turn the TV on there’s another advertisement for Vonage (one of the major players). If you don’t know what VoIP is, don’t feel bad. It’s a new technology and […]
The Now Playing Gizmo is giving me a little grief. For some reason it rarely seems to find the album artwork. I constructed a little test page where you can compare the results of the Gizmo versus plain ol’ XML parsing using PHP. Until I get Gizmo to show pretty pictures on a regular basis, […]
You might have noticed I’ve done a bit of remodeling around the blog. I unapologetically borrowed a line from the Switchfoot song and made it the title of the blog. ‘More than fine’ sums up my goal for life, and it suits this little corner of my server just fine. I also added some new […]
With blogs getting so much media attention these days, some people accustomed to forum-based communities are wondering if they’re missing the boat. Though blogs and forums are much the same from a mechanical perspective, they are worlds apart in application. What are those differences, and what are the implications for online communities such as BigBlueBall? […]
The mass media landscape has always been dull, filled with wire stories and doctored for the masses. Where does one go for unabashedly biased, but honest journalism? Blogs.
The internet has some great resources for online learning, but one of my personal favorites is sponsored by Hewlitt-Packard. The HP Learning Center has free online courses on a wide range of topics, including Introduction to Powerpoint, Running your small business with QuickBooks 2004, Adobe Photoshop 7 basics, and Building applications with Microsoft ASP.NET. All […]