Why do I keep breaking my promise to myself to avoid watching Bollywood (Hindi) movies? When will I learn that pretty much every one of these movies I’ve seen has plagiarised content? And the ones I’ve watched and/or don’t know about… well, I don’t know yet whether or not they’re rip-offs.
February 25, 2006
February 24, 2006
Reminded me of a recent article on why flamewars happen.
February 16, 2006
I knew I was being extra-Latinate with a title like “cogito ergo vagus” hehe. I think I’ll keep teh t1t1e 4 n0w.
I think about the same time I got “broadband” around Nov or Dec 2004, a 512 kbps DSL connection with a 5 GB per month data transfer limit, I started to find out online about the whole idea of Microsoft starting conversations with it’s customers, trying to become friendlier.
For those who don’t already know, like me new to the whole blogosphere concept, “Scobleizer” is Robert Scoble, Technical Evangelist at Microsoft, used to be called Microsoft’s “Chief Blogging Officer” hehe. (more…)
Saw this blog post today… Yep, Office “12” is now officially Office 2007!
Press materials at http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/presskits/2007office
February 15, 2006
I just found out that SN v2.0 Works With PFX Files and you can create private key (self signed digital certificate) .PFX files (PKCS#12) in Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2005 from the same place you create .SNK files. (more…)
“Now you’re ready to impress friends, family and co-workers with your mouseless command of Office.”
You’ll also be prepared for that day in office when all the mouses/mice stop working…
February 14, 2006
I recently installed RSSBandit (“news aggregator”) and subscribed to a bunch of blogs (RSS Feeds) and saw a lifehacker.com blog post today about the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society‘s OSSWIN CD. (more…)
While on my daily web surf I stopped by the 2006 RSA Conference (running Feb 13-17) site to see the keynote agenda. A portion of the entry for one of the speakers, Dr. Subhash Kak, caught my eye:
he has also researched the history of mathematics and astronomy. He is the author of 15 books that include “In Search of the Cradle of Civilization”, “Computing Science in Ancient India”, “The Astronomical Code of the Rgveda”, and “The Architecture of Knowledge”. (more…)
Scobleizer is messing with da man
Vagus is brrreeeport ing for duty!