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ibm articles to read (three of)

December 14th, 2006 by

in the past I found have articles from
IBM Developer Works to be;

  • to the point
  • clear
  • accessible
  • informative

that is why I am looking forward to reading the following three articles

- Getting to know the Atom Publishing Protocol, Part 1: Create and edit Web resources with the Atom Publishing Protocol
- XML transformation with WebSphere Message Broker Version V6
- Discover the Ajax Toolkit Framework for Eclipse

makes for interesting reading.

R

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on stem cells

July 19th, 2006 by

with the news the George W. Bush excercised his veto today, story here, this Stem-Cell Cheat Sheet, from wired, fills in the blanks and explains some of the terms used in this hot topic rather well.

R

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Life on a Screen : Introduction

April 2nd, 2006 by Richard

nicely done M ;)

Life on a Screen : Introduction

this is a very experimental comic about 320*240 pixels living on a screen, YOUR screen! It will be updated on mondays, wednesdays and fridays. Don’t expect high quality drawings here (actually don’t expect drawings at all), but some strange thoughts about life, pixels and everything…

R

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hmmm …. nougat!

March 28th, 2006 by Richard

this site is making me hungry! delicious:days

look at this,

me gonna make some...

the other recipes also look amazing, and the photography is truly astonishing.

R

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coo coo… blogging pigeons!

February 2nd, 2006 by Richard

Got your own blog yet? If not you’d better hurry up if you don’t want to be beaten to it by a flock of pigeons.

New Scientist Technology – Pigeons to set up a smog blog

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Goobuntu … a hoax?

February 1st, 2006 by Richard

this article Ubuntu Blog � Goobuntu – Analysis of a hoax is interesting, and worth a read. in short … goobuntu is a no show.

R

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Synergy – share your keyboard and mouse

February 1st, 2006 by Richard

thanks goes to vish for pointing this out

Synergy lets you easily share a single mouse and keyboard between multiple computers with different operating systems, each with its own display, without special hardware. It’s intended for users with multiple computers on their desk since each system uses its own monitor(s).

you setup the server on the machine from which you want to use the keyboard and mouse, through a small configuration file where you specify the clients you want to connect to.

when you have done this, you just launch the client, no configuration file needed, pointing it to the server machine, and hey presto, one keyboard, one mouse, you have two or more machines under control from one keyboard and mouse!

very handy.

R

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christmas trees on the beach…

January 18th, 2006 by

darragh took a very nice shot recently,

nice one Darragh

R

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Ian dempsey podcasts

January 18th, 2006 by

this is interesting, the Ian Dempsey Breakfast show now has a podcast available. looks good.

it would be great if they also created podcasts for either the Tom Dunne, Pet Sounds show, or again even better for the Donal Dineen, Small Hours show. this last one at least now has playlists available

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a strange parcel…

January 17th, 2006 by

… arrived in the post today.

it was a bag, one of those coal bag types, although smaller, with a cable tie around the top, and a couple of tags attached with string.
very strange I thought, this does not look like anything I ordered recently. curiosity eventually got the better of me, and the trusty leatherman came out, and yet again performed its duty.

Inside the bag, was a box, am amazon.com box… and it was the books I had ordered only a couple of weeks ago. I promptly put them at the top of the ‘to read’ pile.

it now stands as such (in a vaguely chronological fashion):

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