Cleaning out my garage …

Ok, this sounds like one of those useless blog posts about what I had for breakfast this morning or can you guess what I have stuck to the bottom of my shoe? Well, maybe it will be a post like that, ...

Want to get to human … quicker?

I just learned about the gethuman project, which is a consumer movement to improve the quality of phone support in the US. This is a free website, run by volunteers and powered by over one million co...

Scott Chestnut stops by

Last Friday, Scott Chestnut passed through Boise, so Becky (Rosholt) Madron put together an impromptu reunion for the old man. We met at a new pub/eatery in Eagle called Artesian’s. (Can you re...

Search Flickr via FlickrStorm

Thanks to Steven Borg for letting me know about FlickrStorm, which allows you to search by keyword and find photos other people have uploaded. Sweet!

InfraGard public meeting in Boise

The InfraGard (Boise Chapter) is pleased to invite you to a public session in which we will have an in-depth cyber security discussion with national leading experts from the Idaho National Laboratory...

World Cup in Germany!

Yes, sometimes dreams do come true. Although it’s not the final match, it is a match with Germany playing Portugal. I’ll be at the Gottlieb Daimler Stadium this evening watching the 3rd p...

Use TradeSports.com to predict World Cup winners

I remember two years ago, Steven Borg, told me about TradeSports, an Irish Website where you can trade “futures” on just about anything, such as election results, sporting events, enterta...

“Google” for Source Code (a.k.a. Krugle)

Sorry, but I chose to use the term Google as a verb here, because Krugle has no affiliation with Google. It looks quite promising … “Krugle makes it easy for developers to find sourc...

War-railing!

I just got off of a 25 hour train ride from West Palm Beach florida to Washington, DC. I know that some trains on the East coast have WiFi in their cars (if Lufthansa and SAS can do it over the Atlan...

Wiki-Based C# Editor

Check out this Wiki-Based C# Editor I just found out about. It features resources, including articles, code snippets, forums, study guides, and tutorials. http://wiki.csharp-online.net