I love Yogi Berra quotes, and Copyblogger turns them into good lessons about writing.
“Modern Li-ion batteries love to be charged often. They don’t like being fully discharged. This is completely opposite from older style batteries.” – I’m going to have to change my ways.
Good advice on demoing software, including room setup (the note about the height of the ceiling is important).
It is hard to justify storage virtualization when the prices for it are so high, and with VMware making it irrelevant.
Yes, even with the Tor network you shouldn’t assume anything.
“Respect the Narrative Arc. Every good story has a beginning, middle and end. The beginning promises the audience something, the middle threatens to take that promise away, and the end pays off on the promise.”
“The beginner’s mind, or the child’s mind, is really just about seeing things as they are.” – I see myself losing my beginner’s mind about a lot of things, and I wonder how I can get that back.
Again, you get what you pay for. This is one of the things that scares me about massive organizational outsourcing to free services.
Not really how to find or fix anything, but a list of things you should think about with regard to virtualization security.
Finally, a decent & free defragmenter for Windows.
Managers must be wide, techs must be deep. Learning this is tricky. Doing it is even harder.
Awesome photo on the one night per year they use the original five-wick oil lamp and Fresnel lens.
A herd of water buffalo vs. a pride of lions vs. two crocodiles. Long but cool, a buffalo throws a lion into the air at some point.
My friend Chuck writing about what happened to his company when a customer of his hired all his developers away from him.
I am trying to figure out how I can make my home more energy efficient, and with a siding project next year I think I am going to take the opportunity to make my south-facing exterior wall a thermal storage wall.