August 25, 2006

Internet Explorer Patch Re-Released

Yesterday, Microsoft re-released security bulletin MS06-042 because the original release introduced a buffer overflow condition for some customers. Everyone is advised to get the new update, because the buffer overflow is […]
August 24, 2006

It’s been a busy day…

Today was a looooong day, with plenty of learning opportunities.  As a result, this is a loooong post, with plenty of opportunities to induce boredom. Anyhoo…  […]
August 23, 2006

IT Career Paths

It shouldn’t be news to anyone who has been in Information Technology for more than a couple years now, but more and more folks are suggesting that […]
August 22, 2006

Upgrading my CS installation to .NET 2.0

After a long bout of troubleshooting, we finally made the determination that the reason why the Community Credit Add-on for CommunityServer.org wouldn’t work on any of my installation, is that it […]
August 21, 2006

Family Fun Day 2006

Yesterday, our church had an outing sponsored by the Family Life Ministries department — which is the Ministry that my wife and I are responsible for.   On the […]
August 17, 2006

The War on Terror: Liberty vs Safety

A federal judge has just ordered an immediate halt to the NSA’s domestic surveillance program, and it is being called a landmark decision. This bring up the interesting question, […]
August 16, 2006

The Challenges of Skinning in CS

Over the past couple of days, I’ve been spending mucho time in the CommunityServer.org forums, getting quite a bit of help on making various skinning modifications on my site.  Much […]
August 15, 2006

My first blogging attempt with Windows Live Writer

Okay, so after reading about 5 different reviews on the joy and wonder of Windows Live Writer, I just had to go out and try it myself.   […]
August 14, 2006

Finally, the Telcos are feeling the heat!

I just saw a report that Verizon has been busy laying down fiber in New York in order to stem the tide of defections to rival cable services, […]
August 14, 2006

Blogging, Blogging Everywhere

Microsoft has just released a beta of their new Blogging Tool that will work with Windows Live and any of the popular blogging services.  So far, Windows Live Writer […]
August 13, 2006

Automating SiteMap Generation

This whole issue of generating Google Sitemaps is not as straightforward as I thought it would be.   More precisely, there are more complications than expected for my Commmunity Server-based […]
August 10, 2006

Choosing the right editor for Community Server

My Favorite CS Editor Maybe it’s just me, but although there are certain things I like about the tinyMCEeditor that’s now the standard in Community Server 2.1 (such as […]
August 25, 2006

Internet Explorer Patch Re-Released

Yesterday, Microsoft re-released security bulletin MS06-042 because the original release introduced a buffer overflow condition for some customers. Everyone is advised to get the new update, because the buffer overflow is […]
August 24, 2006

It’s been a busy day…

Today was a looooong day, with plenty of learning opportunities.  As a result, this is a loooong post, with plenty of opportunities to induce boredom. Anyhoo…  […]
August 23, 2006

IT Career Paths

It shouldn’t be news to anyone who has been in Information Technology for more than a couple years now, but more and more folks are suggesting that […]
August 22, 2006

Upgrading my CS installation to .NET 2.0

After a long bout of troubleshooting, we finally made the determination that the reason why the Community Credit Add-on for CommunityServer.org wouldn’t work on any of my installation, is that it […]
August 21, 2006

Family Fun Day 2006

Yesterday, our church had an outing sponsored by the Family Life Ministries department — which is the Ministry that my wife and I are responsible for.   On the […]
August 17, 2006

The War on Terror: Liberty vs Safety

A federal judge has just ordered an immediate halt to the NSA’s domestic surveillance program, and it is being called a landmark decision. This bring up the interesting question, […]
August 16, 2006

The Challenges of Skinning in CS

Over the past couple of days, I’ve been spending mucho time in the CommunityServer.org forums, getting quite a bit of help on making various skinning modifications on my site.  Much […]
August 15, 2006

My first blogging attempt with Windows Live Writer

Okay, so after reading about 5 different reviews on the joy and wonder of Windows Live Writer, I just had to go out and try it myself.   […]
August 14, 2006

Finally, the Telcos are feeling the heat!

I just saw a report that Verizon has been busy laying down fiber in New York in order to stem the tide of defections to rival cable services, […]
August 14, 2006

Blogging, Blogging Everywhere

Microsoft has just released a beta of their new Blogging Tool that will work with Windows Live and any of the popular blogging services.  So far, Windows Live Writer […]
August 13, 2006

Automating SiteMap Generation

This whole issue of generating Google Sitemaps is not as straightforward as I thought it would be.   More precisely, there are more complications than expected for my Commmunity Server-based […]
August 10, 2006

Choosing the right editor for Community Server

My Favorite CS Editor Maybe it’s just me, but although there are certain things I like about the tinyMCEeditor that’s now the standard in Community Server 2.1 (such as […]