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 9, 2006

Fun with Website Upgrades (Community Server)

There’s a reason why you shouldn’t generally perform website upgrades in the middle of the night, when sleep is calling you. The good folks over at Telligent surprised […]
August 4, 2006

Apple Might Have to Restate Earnings…

According to the story posted at eWeek, Apple Computer is likely to restate earnings because they’ve uncovered some more accounting irregularities.  They’ve even suggested that any reports they’ve […]
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 9, 2006

Fun with Website Upgrades (Community Server)

There’s a reason why you shouldn’t generally perform website upgrades in the middle of the night, when sleep is calling you. The good folks over at Telligent surprised […]
August 4, 2006

Apple Might Have to Restate Earnings…

According to the story posted at eWeek, Apple Computer is likely to restate earnings because they’ve uncovered some more accounting irregularities.  They’ve even suggested that any reports they’ve […]