Monthly Archives: June 2005

Top Applications for Windows

After having used Windows at work for a while, and trying it out at home, I’ve discovered that Windows XP is a LOT better than the last Windows I used regularly, Windows 98. Things work as easily as they do … Continue reading

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A few words about Lotus Notes

At IBM, we use Lotus Notes/Domino as our central application for collaboration. Of course we do; Notes is our baby. Not just email, but for all sorts of stuff – common databases, team rooms, instant messaging, scheduling, information management, and … Continue reading

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My Favourite Firefox Extensions

My Favourite Firefox Extensions: All in One Mouse Gestures – Mouse Gesture Mappings for Back, Forward, Reload, Home, New Tab, New Window, Close Tab, Maximise, Minimise. Invaluable. GMail Notifier – Small button in your status bar which displays number of … Continue reading

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Dilbert on salaries!

From a Dilbert Cartoon strip from Scott Adams’ “The Dilbert Principle”: Boss: “Our policy is to employ only the best technical professionals”. Dilbert: “Question”. Dilbert: “Isn’t it also our policy to base salaries on the industry average”? Boss: “Right. We … Continue reading

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Anger Management – at its best!

Here’s an email forward I received some days ago – hilarious and intelligent at the same time! When you occasionally have a really bad day, and you just need to take it out on someone, don’t take it out on … Continue reading

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Deep Throat and the power of Wikis.

The power of collaborative development on Wikipedia is amazing – Mark Felt declared he was Deep Throat only on May the 31st, and I just happened, entirely by coincidence, to be reading about the Watergate scandal on Wikipedia, when I … Continue reading

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