I doubt if any recent Microsoft releases contain real easter eggs but I’ve fond memories of playing the primative MS Excel Flight Simulator.Jon Udell gives the rundown & a screencast of what looks to me like an accidental easter egg; full-text searching via the Window’s search tool. Today’s screencast is a 90-second short film that [...]
Archive | January, 2005
I just stumbled across BugMeNot. It keeps a database of generic log-in accounts for heaps of websites that require users to sign up. You just enter the URL of the site you want to access.It’s probably not the most ethically correct site around. I personally would shy away from it for accessing cost-walled news sites [...]
Tomorrow marks thirty years of TripleJ broadcasting.The station started in 1975 and was initially known as Double J. Back then, on an AM frequency only available to Sydney, the then-banned “You only love me ’cause I’m good in bed” by The Sky Hooks, was the first track they broadcast. In 1980 they renamed themselves Triple [...]
Performance & Scalability
Recently I've had friends from other early stage startups ask me for technical advice on performance and scalability.
Interesting and rewarding conversations have followed so I decided to open it up with office hours.
If interested, you can book me.
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