Our passports arrived yesterday so we are officially cleared to travel outside the country and more importantly, get back in! They will be very helpful for our upcoming trip back to Antigua. I also started my graduate classes last night. The online software is a little prettier than I remember from my undergrad days but […]
I’ve worked on AIM Sniff for several years. It was the first stand alone open source program that I ever created and has been a great source of learning. My development on the project has greatly slowed down over the years due to new priorities and new responsibilities (aka, growing up). From time to time, […]
I love when I am reading a technology article and discover that the subject of the article is about a Baltimore based company. While reading through my RSS feeds this morning, I ran across an article on www.43folders.com about templates from a Baltimore based company, Active Voice, for the HipsterPDA. Some background information: 43Folders is […]
Go beyond Vista! That was the ad campaign running at the Apple store when I was there over the weekend. I’ve browsed the Apple store many times but this weekend was the first I walked out of the store with a lighter wallet and a box under my arm. I needed a new laptop and […]
I’ve been using Knoppix for years to boot Linux from a CD and perform various system recovery tasks and even to knock out some scripting in a more comfortable (to me anyway) environment. With the growing size of USB keys and the growing popularity of systems that support booting from USB devices, I decided that […]
The best way to see sites that I’ve done or sites that have featured me is to browse on over to my ClaimID page, Shawn Grimes.