Archive | March, 2007

baseballNuke 2.0

It’s been a lot of late nights but Nick and I finally released this year’s major revision to baseballNuke, our baseball team and stats management module for PHP Nuke. We had about an hour to spare to make our 3/25 release date but we did it. –New Features– Statistics columns are now sortable Practice schedule […]

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Greatest Show on Earth

The entire family went to the circus last weekend and what a great time we had. It’s been a long time since I’ve been to the circus and I had reservations about how time and economics might have impacted the show since my last visit. My concerns were layed to rest in the second act […]

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The Resume of Shawn Grimes

Shawn Grimes, CISSP Aberdeen,MD http://claimid.com/shawn shawn [at] aimsniff [dot] com Certifications CISSP, Certificate ID: 42383 Tripwire Certified Professional Skills Programming Languages:Perl, PHP, Unix Shell Scripting,Visual Basic,C++, Java, Version control with CVS and Subversion Database Experience:MySQL, MS SQL, MS Access, Oracle, DB2 Web Servers:Apache, IBM HTTP Server Operating System Experience: FreeBSD, Red Hat Linux, Debian Linux,HP/UX, […]

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Proximity Sensor for Mac

This article made my day! Jesse Hollington has put together a little article on combining the bluetooth in my Treo 700p and my Mac Book into a proximity sensor. Now, when I walk away from my computer, the screen saver kicks on. When I come back, it prompts me for my password. Jesse expanded his […]

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Antigua – again!

We just got back from our mini-vacation to Antigua. It’s a little early for a second honey moon but it was very nice none-the-less. Our tour guide and former butler, Larry, took us all over the island showing us the sites and my favorite, the food of the island. Pictures Larry and Juliet took us […]

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Portable Applications

http://portableapps.com is a great place to find Open Source applications that can be loaded onto a usb drive and run without installing. Imagine carrying the Firefox web browser and all of your bookmarks wherever you go. Or your calendar and to do lists. Consider the Possibilities… Carry your web browser with all your favorite bookmarks […]

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