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Monthly Archives: August 2006
A year ago at 11:25 p.m. CDT on August 28 Hurricane Katrina made landfall as a Category 3 hurricane with sustained winds of 125 mph near the tiny fishing village of Buras-Triumph, Louisiana. Sometime during the early morning hours of … Continue reading
It’s official. Pluto got the boot. Send your hate mail to the IAU. I guess we just couldn’t leave well enough alone. This is probably what the World War 9 will be fought over 100 yrs from now. That’s when … Continue reading
Microsoft, that stalwart defender of “Intellectual Property” and master of innovation loses yet another court battle on Patent Infringement. This company couldn’t innovate their way out of paper bag with a 100 page instruction manual. I have said this before … Continue reading
According to a recent CNet article, Windows Live One Care is selling like hot cakes at the stores. “Helped by low pricing, Microsoft’s Windows Live OneCare landed the No. 2 spot in sales at American stores in its debut month, … Continue reading
The blogosphere has been buzzing about the the number of Microsoft jabs during Steve Jobs’ keynote address at WWDC 06. Looking at the keynote this year one would think he is obsessed with Windows Vista and all the problems Microsoft … Continue reading
Apple has opened up the OSX kernal along with a lot of other stuff. The iCal server and Bonjour to me are actually more interesting. I would love to see more web support for iCal instead of just WebDAV. Despite … Continue reading