It’s quite amazin what Google manages to put into it’s search engine. Take a look at this cheat sheet to see what you can do with the correct keywords.
Apache is best known for it’s excellent http server, and by many Java developers for it’s many excellent Java frameworks and products. I always expect high quality software from Apache, and I havn’t really been disappointed yet. This post on their news blog shows all projects under the foundation. Quite a few. 🙂
IBM has released a program for visualizing Wiki interactions over time. It can be downloaded here. It has plugins for MoinMoin and MediaWiki.
With all the noise that’s been lately about Firefox beeing in problems because of lack of further development, it’s no sursprise that Ben Goodger answers. I guess we’ll just have to trust him. 🙂 It would be quite unbelievable if the first real rival to Internet Explorer in years were to disappear after having made a relatively large impact on the market.
Head over to Rands for some managerial stereotypes. I guess these stereotypes apply to all coworkers, managerial or not, and as Rands concludes; you need them both and be able to communicate with them.
I configured a PVR PC for my dad last christmas and bought Beyond TV 3 to avoid the hassle of setting up MythTV and Linux. It’s been working well, but a friend pointed me to MediaPortal today. It’s an open source product that looks really slick. It’s in early version now, but it should evolve to a real competitor. I’ll check it out soon.
So it’s here. I’ll be upgrading and theming tonight I guess. 🙂 Download here.
“One must give up control to get control” 🙂
Some wise words here.
With some catches. 😉 The free plan only lets you donwload 100MB each month. Check out streamload here.