Flickr Photos

Just as a bit of a test to see how this thing works, I’m posting an image to Flickr, and having it appear here, hopefully.

And while I’m at it, here’s what I’m listening to right now…

To Her Door from the album “Under The Sun” by Paul Kelly

Gott wüfelt nicht

This March is the 100 year anniversary of Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity.


I like the term Googlebombing. The idea is that a heap of sites link to a certain page, using a certain term, and that page then ranks higher when people search for it on Google. There is one in progress for online poker, so I thought I’d add to it. Hopefully, people will go to this, rather than one of the dodgy places that actually offer online poker…

Applications Launch Fast Again

I hate when that happens. The problem I mentioned (OSX Application Startup Issues) is gone. Magically, every application launches fast. And I didn’t actually do anything to fix it.

Nokia E65

I’m really liking the look of the Nokia E65 as my next phone. It has WiFi, Bluetooth, and Nokia also supply an iSync plugin. And it works with Salling Clicker, which looks like the must have phone/Mac interface program. Edit: Had N65 in the body, meant E65.

IPv6 Firewall Airport Upgrade

In the latest firmware upgrade for Airport Extreme N servers, there is a new setting for IPv6 Firewall.


Performancing/ScribeFire Test.

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Spam Galore

I’ve had lots (and I mean lots) of Spam comments lately. Akismet has nabbed most of them, but a few have gotten through. And I keep having to moderate those snagged by Akismet. Tempted to try another, additional level of Spam protection.

Parallels "Edit file in Mac Apps"

There’s a fairly neat feature in the new Parallels: you can edit a file from your Windows installation in a native OS X application. That is, when you “Open With…” under Windows, Mac Apps (but possibly only those in /Applications) are available as opening tools. Very cool.

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1000+ posts

Well, my blog sneaked past 1000 posts, and I didn’t even notice!