When the writers of Dilbert get it right you just can’t argue with them. This hillarious comic strip offers a daily reason to stop, think and enjoy a good piece of humour. Today’s entry defines the capitalist mind perfectly. Scott Adams & co., keep up the good work! source: Dilbert Comic Strip Archive – Dilbert.com… Read More »You Can’t Argue with Dilbert!
Ah, social networking, it’s great! I picked this link up from Mícheál Ó Foghlú who picked it up from Bernie Goldbach who read it on Tom Murphy’s Blog. 🙂 Tom has written a piece on the due care that is needed when blogging about things that might land you in a bit of a spot… Read More »Blog Carefully For You Blog on Your Employer
Looks like the old software patent text has been given the heave-ho and told to go back to the drawing board. Well, it wouldn’t be legislation if it didn’t fail after large amounts of money were wasted on it only to start all over again. source: The Register
Now, I hate clampers as much as anyone else. They’re nasty, they potentially damage your vehicle while attaching and removing the clamp. Private clampers are even worse because they are rarely governed by the Road Traffic Act and therefore difficult to reason with. However, if there is any clamper sympathiser out there then this story… Read More »Clamp Down
Thanks to Brian Dela again for this link. A clever piece of Flash enabled story telling. Paints a scarilly Orwellian view of the increased market presence of Google and what the future might hold. Well worth a few minutes of your time. source: ols-master
Finally got around to upgrading my MT installation to MT 3.15 last evening. I must say, hats off yet again to the MT crew on the flawlessness of their software and ease of upgrade. It’s not the first time I have upgraded my installation and with quality like this, it won’t be the last either.… Read More »MovableType 3.15
Today I read a part of an e-mail from a famous IT director forwarded by Brian Dela. Not for the first time, I encountered new terms and phrases that are utterly meaningless other than to those who linger in the same mind frame as the author. Not surprisingly this original e-mail was intended for executives… Read More »‘Lingua Franca’ just isn’t talking frank