Archive for July, 2006
The rumor was that water just “falls from the sky.” Since that hasn’t been the case lately, I went to find another source of continuous water: Mt. Baker. Approaching the base of the mountain, there was a small stream. The sound of it was very calming, unless you had your feet in it. If that [...]
How come when I close Outlook, the WinWord process still runs and while the WinWord process is running MSN Messenger will not close?Â I don’t close something to play hide-’n’-seek.
One of the content owners sent me an update to make yesterday. The request was sent via a PDF attached to an email. It looked like he had simply removed some sections, so I went ahead and did the same on our test server and let him know it was complete. Shortly after, he sent [...]
One of the many reasons that I use Firefox is because of all the extensions. One that I absolutely love is the HTML Validator. While you are browsing, it lets you know if there are problems with the current page. I always leave the icon and text on so that the status bar will say [...]
Outsourcing was a part of both 2004 presidential candidates’ speeches. Both claimed that they would do something about it. Kerry quoted figures showing the thousands of jobs lost by President Bush during his first term. Bush pledged to fight against corporate outsourcing. The topic died down and we have lived on with our technical support [...]