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Entries from April 30th, 2002

How it works

April 30th, 2002 · Comments Off on How it works · Uncategorized

There seems to be some confusion here and there about Blogger and “centralized weblogging.” Since I also get asked quite a bit on exactly how Blogger works, let me see if I can shed some light. There’s two aspects to any web site: How you make your pages How you serve those pages to visitors […]

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Get organized

April 29th, 2002 · Comments Off on Get organized · Uncategorized

Being geeky and being kinky have one thing in common: a significant part of my pleasure is derived from the use of my gear. And also in both cases, it doesn’t take long before you accumulate a lot of crap. This is slightly less of an issue if you have a nice big house. In […]

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Technology takes over

April 26th, 2002 · Comments Off on Technology takes over · Uncategorized

After struggling with a four year old “Wall Street” Powerbook creaking and groaning under the weight of OS X, I decided it was upgrade time. I anticipate the laptop will sigh with relief when I downgrade it back to OS 9. For the first time in perhaps eight years, my primary machine is not a […]

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Unity

April 25th, 2002 · Comments Off on Unity · Uncategorized

One problem with all the new A/V gear at Chez Nosuch is the proliferation of remote controls. The television has a remote, the TiVo has a remote, the DVD player has a remote, and the stereo has a remote. To switch from watching the TiVo to the DVD involves three remotes: switch the television input […]

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Let my bundle go

April 24th, 2002 · Comments Off on Let my bundle go · Uncategorized

I do not like Apple Mail. does not like Apple Mail. We are both stuck with Apple Mail, though, because there are limited options for email clients for OS X. I’m not going to do Eudora, because each time I really tried to like Eudora, I couldn’t overlook what a clunky program it is. And […]

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