VMWare lays the smack down

The Register reports that VMWare is ramping up the bad P.R. against Microsoft’s competing product – VirtualPC. This kind of marketing is probably good at this time of the year – it gets me prepared for the next onslaught of advertising from our presidential candidates. Microsoft realized it was getting left in VMWare’s dust so
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Google Apps, open for Bid’ness

Google has had their cross hairs on Microsoft for a long time. They claim to not be interested in what Redmonds’ up to, but they’ve been successfully picking off their weaker products like strangling tourists in a jungle of lions. This week, though – they took a shot at the leader of Microsoft’s pack, Exchange
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Running with a Penguin

I’ve officially made the switch away from Windows today. The R52 Thinkpad I use as my primary computer is now running Ubuntu. I haven’t the heart to compile Gentoo on it yet… but I hear it’s a smidge faster and lot lighter. So far so good – I’ve got wired and wireless networking up and
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Color Cop

Every once in a while, I’ll run into a problem that my current collection of tools just can’t do efficiently. I get to thinking, I wonder if someone out there was annoyed at this problem and developed something for it… Well my dilemma today was picking the exact color of an area, like the vertical
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Google loves me, 3 of 10

Google has bestowed upon my site a PageRank of 3. This is higher that I normally would expected a personal blog to get, every. So just to satisfy my curiosity and ego, I ran a URL Trend check on my domain, here’s what I got: PageRank: 3/10 Alexa Rank: Not Ranked Incoming Google Links: 0
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