I’m going to interupt your regularly scheduled broadcasting to publish this general service announcement about my schedule: I’m going to California (in fact, by the time you read this, I’ve probably already left) and I won’t be returning to New York until after February 11th. This means I’ll be (somewhat) incommunicado, and I’m not going […]
If you’ve ever wanted to set up your own wireless network (perhaps you want to run a community hotspot), then Wireless Networking in the Developing World is the book for you! Don’t be fooled by the name. It’s all about low-cost wireless telecommunications infrastructure. And it’s free.
I’ve made a brilliant revelation. I’ve discovered the one secret every tech whore yearns to learn. I’ve unearthed the secret to cable management. (Until Bluetooth and WiMAX take over the realm of inter-networking and peripheral interconnections.) The secret is: get the cables off the ground. Sara and I spent most of the day cleaning our […]
Took a stroll around my old neighborhood, the West Village, earlier today. Actually, I should be saying yesterday since it’ll soon be sunny outside. (I actually got to bed at a decent hour tonight, but now I can’t sleep. Cried a bit when I got out of bed.) I miss that neighborhood a lot; you […]
I’ve noticed that I’ve been unusually irritable for the past few days. I can’t yet pinpoint when it started, but it was sometime earlier this week. It’s been an on-and-off thing, usually following mood cycles and with very defineable triggers. This past trigger was looking at my bank balance and seeing that I couldn’t cover […]
On the heels of my “hey, guess what my new job is” announcement, this question seemeed rather fitting to discuss.
Earlier today I mentioned to Sara that it seemed to me as if so much had changed in our lives in the past eight months. Ten months ago I was just getting out of a painful relationship, and she was a college student. Then for four months we were living out of the back of […]
I recently discovered (and devoured) this excellent essay on Internet Explorer’s hasLayout property, which every web designer who struggles to understand IE needs to read. It’s probably the clearest an most complete article out there on why certain bugs affect IE the way they do. A definite must read that should cut down on your […]
Save for this entry, hopefully nothing has seemed to change here. I wanted to upgrade to the latest WordPress release, so after backing up my WordPress databases, I dove right in. Fastforward fifteen minutes, and here I am writing this entry. All my plugins work, and save for a few minor UI problems on the […]