Archive for December, 2007
One of the easiest ways to sound more intelligent is to use “who” and “whom” correctly. If the Internet is any indication, the majority of people have no idea what the difference is or think that “whom” is the more formal version of “who.” It’s really just a matter of subject or object (in most [...]
It’s not exactly a “Christmas-y” photo, but I thought it was worth sharing. Merry Christmas to all and happy holidays!
When I first started using OSX at work, it was a slightly rough transition. Some things work really well and other things are just not intuitive at all (like the key combination for taking screenshots). The one thing that I instantly loved was QuickSilver. It’s an application launcher and a lot more. The most basic [...]
Fortunately, I am the kind of person who almost never has to use customer service. Phone support essentially equates to delayed, inaccurate solutions. I have been giving advice to a friend about building a computer recently and, sadly, he requires Windows. I tried to find out which version of XP Pro would be best (32-bit [...]
Continuing my adventure in learning Python, I’ve frequently done searches for Python equivalents to various bits of PHP code and come across a lot of Python programmers bashing PHP. One of the most common Python arguments is that PHP, as a language, is ugly. Personally, I disagree. I think that a dollar sign in front [...]