Monday 21 February 2005 at 8:56 pm
'Magic stuff happens' - why computing methodologies often fall victim to a common problem when documenting or describing key procedures
MobilePC has an excellent list of the Top 100 Gadgets
Howto - Firewalling with OpenBSD PF (Packet Filter)
Fascinating - an Illustrated Guide to Cryptographic Hacking
Two articles on wood burning heaters and stoves. Kevin Kellys Cool Tools site has some 'One foot wonders'
that occupy a minimum of space and are super efficient. Meta-efficient also has an article on Efficient Wood Burning Stoves
This looks like a fascinating concept - The Brain EKP
. The demo looks great but I bet it costs an absolute arm and a leg and requires a huge amount of customisation, ongoing support and maintenance. I wonder what the backend tools are like - eg can a normal Sysadmin easily extend the product to other information stores ?
Thursday 17 February 2005 at 12:55 pm
Slightly Bigbrother-esque but I can see many organisations needing this level of accessible transparency - GFI Mail Archiver
. Essentially archives all email sent and received to an Exchange server in an SQL database and makes it accessible via a web interface.
Friday 11 February 2005 at 12:43 pm
These guys are running a two part article on Exchange 2003 Server tips and tweaks - part 1
and part 2
Tuesday 01 February 2005 at 08:06 am
Makes sense to me - Why everyone can't hire the top 1% of developers
Before the Simpsons - Matt Groening Apple Ad
Excellent resource for Music buffs - Rate Your Music
. Heres a list of albums I own
Stream iTunes to your PocketPC - WiFiTunes
Flash demonstration of GNUstep Application Development
. Looks easy.
Another LDAP based tool to maintain a central authentication repository for Linux, Unix and Windows - XAD Identity Server
Not everything Apple has created has been a success - Top 10 Mac Failures
Build your own Knoppix style bootable CD using this GUI tool - LiveCD
. Select packages, customise various templates and then generate a bootable iso image.
What more could a person ask for - M&M Sorter
. I guess it works for Pebbles and Smarties too.