IT bigwigs here at UK have a seemingly inexplicable obsession with Oracle Software. I never was sure whether they were on the take or just morons. This article sheds a different light on it; it’s just the way we do business. We pay coaches millions of dollars to quit coaching; Lexmark pays Oracle millions of… Continue reading Now I understand
I never even noticed, but Worldcom allegedly broke the Internet on Thursday.
I knew this would happen sooner or later. It’s been almost a week, and I haven’t had anything worthwhile to say here. I wandered around and looked at a couple of other blogs, and found GoogleFight, proof that some people are even more bored than I am. (I tried sex vs. chocolate .. guess which… Continue reading Blogger’s Block?
Somebody at Google really must not like Microsoft. They’ve had “anomalies” like this before. Comment from college buddy Jeff: Pretty funny. Even if it’s simply a result of Google’s integrated view of web links, it’s right on. Though I suspect the RIAA also ranks pretty highly on the evil scale.
I’ve reached the conclusion that most bloggers probably spend way more time surfing the Net than I do, finding all kinds of good articles, etc., to reference. I still tend to prefer print media for leisure reading, but that makes it difficult to cite anything here. For example, there was a neat blurb in The… Continue reading Reading and Blogging