It’s another way-too-hot day in NJ, so, after I got my usual Saturday chores done this morning, I proceeded to spend the rest of the day re-reading the first twelve […]
We still have a few old sites at work that are in classic ASP. One of the problems that tends to occur on these old sites is SQL injection attacks. […]
We’ve been using Mercurial and Bitbucket at work for quite a while now. Things have been going pretty smoothly, and I don’t regret the choice of Hg over Git or […]
A free “digest” version of F&SF is now available for the Kindle (and also for the iPhone/iPad Kindle app). I remember picking up F&SF on the newsstand occasionally when I […]
I bought my 3-day pass for New York Anime Festival today. I went last year, and enjoyed it, though I didn’t really buy much or spend that much time at […]
There are a couple of new note-taking apps for the iPhone that came out just recently. MagicPad’s key feature is cut and paste, which, sadly isn’t built into the iPhone […]
I’ve been playing around with Blogger a bit tonight, trying out some stuff they’ve added recently. I think I’ve figured out that, if I want to take advantage of any […]
There’s some interesting stuff about OneNote at Chris Pratley’s WebLog. I’m keen to get SP1 installed soon.