What’s possible?

Saw this posted on Scoble’s link blog this morning, a post from Ernie the Attorney, titled Productivity with Technology: Figuring out what’s possible is the hard part about how simply not knowing what you can do with your technology is an obstacle to increased productivity. I’ve seen many similar situations in my office where people,…

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Yawn..

Late night last night, because what should have been a simple upgrade turned into badness. The machine I’ve been running VMWare at home on only had 256MB of RAM. I’ve been wanting to give the Virtual Machines more RAM to work with, and finally, the computer store near me had a couple of PC100 256MB…

Trying to be nice

Andy made a good point in reference to my Bloglines clip-blog. The way Bloglines asks you to post an item to your blog only points to the item as it exists at Bloglines, not the originally entry. So if you saw something over in the sidebar that interested you, you would click on it, be…

Amen!

I was reading an interesting article from InfoWorld this afternoon about the coming Office 12 version. I’m going to remain uneasy about backwards compatibility until I have the chance to see Office 12 in action, despite what others might say about it, but just seeing that other people are aware that most end users don’t…

Liberum

Seen mentioned in this post by Chris Haaker, a free helpdesk tracking system called Liberum. Looks like it might be pretty interesting. Don’t know that I would use it here, there’s one tech, me, and people are pretty much used to just emailing me or stopping by my office. Asking them to move to filling…