Netscape Flashback

Way back in 1995 Netscape was king. It was king because it was a direct descendent of Marc Andreessen’s ground-breaking Mosaic software, one of the first cross-platform web browsers available to users on the newly paved superhighway. Those were the days. Sort of. Unfortunately for the Netscape company, who saw part of their future in […]

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Hacker Scumbags

I think it’s time we legalized lynching as punishment for hackers that deface, destroy or hijack websites. I speak from experience because this blog has been attacked numerous times over the past year and cost me hours of time spent picking malicious code from the hundreds of files that make up this blog. So why […]

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What I’d like to do

People on cell phones are annoying. Especially when they stand right beside you, well within your personal space, chatting blithely about all that is important in their lives. And you have to listen to it. All of it. Until now. So how to shut them up without backhanding the offender and screaming something like “Back […]

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A Great Loss

Rather than wax poetic about the revolutionary products and cutting edge technology developed and mass-produced under the tutelage of Steve Jobs, I’ll defer to the short video below produced by Wired.com. It celebrates Jobs’ accomplishments without narration letting the Apple founder tell you a bit about what he’s done for us over the years. Goodbye […]

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