Microsoft Internet Explorer always has the more interesting interpretations of markup.
Brian has an article on his blog about Hyperthreaded CPUs and their effects on “the user experience”, by which I’m sure he means the typical response on a graphical desktop to a user’s actions — something like moving the mouse, dragging a window, opening-up a menu, etc. I disagree with a few of his assertions…Continue reading “Hyperthreading CPUs and User Experience”
Using a programming language touted for its strong internationalization support along with an application server that should do the same, one would think that “international” characters would be easier to deal with. It turns out that the world is out to get me.
An investigation into time delta computation.
Chris begs for recognition for some prior art…
My brother-in-law’s computer turned out to be a real challenge.
Chris gets a shocking lesson in power conversion.
The end of our first week is rapidly approaching.
In an effort to reduce the physical volume of computer hardware that I keep in my home, I have decided to convert my servers from towers to 1U racks. I don’t need anything too powerful, so 1U racks are large enough for my purposes. So, where does one start when one is going to startContinue reading “Nice Rack”
My company provides software to pediatricians to improve pediatric care. The doctor) use our software during patient visits on PC tablets which have pens to capture text input. T-‘incurrent (y i up.s,.,,….of a tablet that F am testing so I can have experience with take tablets themselves. I am writing this entire post using theContinue reading “PC Tablets”