Monthly Archives: January 2006

Is Retiring While Young All Fun and Games?

ArsDigita founder and MIT professor Philip Greenspun has put up a great article on his site about retiring young: Early Retirement It makes you think. Many of these things I realize are potential problems with retiring completely (especially every time … Continue reading

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Content Aggregation Sites

Most tech folks have heard of a website called Slashdot where stories are submitted, rated, and discussed by readers. While this site has been around for many years, most agreed that it was an example of awful web design and … Continue reading

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PBDJ – Intro to WebServices in PowerBuilder

My first article has been published in the November issue of the PowerBuilder Developer’s Journal. A link to a PDF of the article is below: PBDJ_Intro_to_WebServices.pdf So now I can add Doug Porter published author to my list of accomplishments. … Continue reading

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WordPress 2.0 Upgrade Complete

This blog is officially upgraded and running on WordPress 2.0. Pretty painless upgrade. Backup, copy new stuff over, run upgrade.php file, replace some custom content in my template files (my contact info, statcounter info, etc.), done. Not sure yet what … Continue reading

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What is your most dangerous idea? has posed an interesting question to some of the great minds (somehow I got left out) of the world and posted the results online. What is your most dangerous idea? The history of science is replete with discoveries that … Continue reading

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