Sunday, February 27, 2005
From Aaron Bhatnager...
Paul Owusu, Chief Accountant of Trust Security Bank, Nigeria
Taxpayer Ripoffs|Sunday, February 27, 2005 10:29:43 PM UTC||
ATTN;MR. XXXXXX XXXXXXXXX,
Please find attached the picture, of MR. PAUL OWUSU, who is the Chief
Accountant to our firm. He is holding, the caption, that you send to
us., according to your wishes.
Thanks in advance for your co-operation.
Awaiting your early reply.
MISS MIRIAM KWAME
TRUST SECURITY BANK
I have a sore bum this morning- did 110km on my MTB on the weekend- raced in the Rail Trail Duathlon.
We shaved a few minutes off our last year time... I had a puncture about 10km into the second day bike leg which kindaq stuff everything up a bit.
Feel a whole heap better than I did after the event last year though. Heading up signal hill with Garry the the Mad Scott and Toby (Dogblog Dog) for some downhill action after work.
Adventure Sports|Sunday, February 27, 2005 8:46:36 PM UTC||
Thursday, February 24, 2005
A while a go, the mad Oregonean (sp.) that is Rory Blythe posted about flair. I was coding this morning and had a flair kinda moment.... so I thought I'd blog it. My flair is a bit different to what Rory sees- it's more like freestyle coding and computer use.
So we play loud music in our office- this morning it was Hybrid, Y4K. So I'm like bouncing on my swiss ball and navigating my way around VS.NET like a demon and I suddenly get the urge to throw some flair into the mix.... It's like... flair is to developing as tweaks or grabs are to snowboarding or kitesurfing... it's as though you've got such a rythym building with the music that you can just throw down some flair moves to help keep you in the groove...
Anyway that is all.... New category too BTW...
1t|Thursday, February 24, 2005 9:01:43 PM UTC||
TC kills TM
DPF is discussing the fact that the TelstraClear depeer decision seems to have killed TradeMe.
Stupid Stupid telcos....
PoliTechLaw|Thursday, February 24, 2005 3:43:19 AM UTC||
For those of you who follow the msmobiles.com saga- that Jacek guys who wishes to sacrifiice all Mobile MVPs to the devil.....
Herewith Jacekwatch blog.
Mobility|Thursday, February 24, 2005 2:48:45 AM UTC||
Wednesday, February 23, 2005
It's Orientation Week this week @ Otago University... The talent would leave even Tim Huffman speechless!
Rambles|Wednesday, February 23, 2005 4:09:16 AM UTC||
Tuesday, February 22, 2005
Monday, February 21, 2005
A Suggestion for e-Bay
How about a link next to the expiry of an auction to allow me to add it to my Outlook calendar?
Rambles|Monday, February 21, 2005 12:43:58 AM UTC||
Sunday, February 20, 2005
Friday, February 18, 2005
In The Press....
We were in Computerworld this week with a wee case study on our project for the New Zealand National Poisons Center. This was a pretty full on project and it has some really smart technology in it- some of which we can't really talk about that much.
Big thanks to the team @ Kognition who worked on it- it was pretty hard yakka at times. Led by Nick Head, our illustrious CTO, the team was Jason McBratney, Simon 'Skip' Gardiner and myself.
From Left to Right..
Nick, Chris (Me), Jason, Skip... location. Out the front of our office door.
.NET | Kognition|Friday, February 18, 2005 1:11:35 AM UTC||
Thursday, February 17, 2005
Minister of Culture and Heritage
I'm all in agreement with The Right Honourable The Prime Minister with regard this John Farnham singing @ Anzac Cove. A bit insentive really.
But, what I think is also insensitive is for our Minister of Culture and Heritage to be so uncultured as to not know of, nor have ever heard music by probably the most famous popular artist of our nearest geographical neighbor. Talk about small minded!
Politics | Rants|Thursday, February 17, 2005 9:39:51 PM UTC||
Microsoft Cares..... A Parents Guide To L33t Sp34k
Just stumbled across the coolest article ever on MS.com....
How to speak l33t.....
“While it's important to respect your children's privacy, understanding what your teenager's online slang means and how to decipher it is important as you help guide their online experience. While it has many nicknames, information-age slang is commonly referred to as leetspeek, or leet for short. Leet (a vernacular form of "elite") is a specific type of computer slang where a user replaces regular letters with other keyboard characters to form words phonetically—creating the digital equivalent of pig Latin with a twist of hieroglyphics.”
Is this designed to help protect kids from the evils of the internet or what? It is quite a bizarre article really.
Human Aggregation|Thursday, February 17, 2005 9:36:41 PM UTC||