Monthly Archives: May 2008

Going Green

PHD Comics had this hilarious take on going green a few days ago. Technorati Tags: PHD Comics, Comic

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Learning C vs. Morse Code

Eric offers his input on the debate about whether software developers need to learn C or not. This is an interesting debate. Eric compares the people today who insist developers need to learn C to those who in an earlier … Continue reading

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Lizard Brains

Pam Slim has this post on Martha Beck’s site, dealing with the part of our brain that deals in fear. She points out how to learn to deal with fear in a healthy way, when to back off and when … Continue reading

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New standard for meetings

Seth Godin discusses the new rules for meetings and conferences. His main point: If all your doing is going to the office and sitting quietly at your desk, then your employer is wasting your time and money making you come … Continue reading

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UML Tool for Mac?

I’m trying to find a UML tool for the Mac to do some documentation. Unfortunately, it’s turning out to be a problem. First I attempted to use this tool. It’s open source and free. Unfortunately, I found the user interface … Continue reading

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Lensgames update

Got Nikki’s Lensgames Nature photo album live now. Check it out.Technorati Tags:Photography, Lensgames

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Public Speaking vs. Blogging

Marc Andreessen has a post over at pmarca.com comparing public speaking vs. blogging. In it, he draws the comparison between the old method of getting a message out (give a speach, have a reporter mangle it) and the new method, … Continue reading

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