Monthly Archives: March 2009

Attention, Fans of Metal and “Saved By the Bell”…

…this picture is right up your alley!

The Main Reason I’m Re-Learning How to Develop on Microsoft Tech…

…is that I’m hoping to master this:

Sorry, No Toronto Coffee and Code This Friday

This article originally appeared in the Coffee and Code blog. I am swamped (and in one case, double-booked) with meetings either online or out at Microsoft’s Mississauga offices all day Friday, March 27th, so I’m sorry to report that I won’t be able to hold a Toronto Coffee and Code this week. Watch this space; […]

The Temptation to Loaf

This article originally appeared in Global Nerdy. There’s a small TV set in my home office that I sometime turn on – usually to one of the cable news channels — as “background noise”, which I sometimes find helpful when I’m trying to get work done. Today, I’m on the road in London, Ontario with […]

Queen’s Opening Acts

For no reasons other than I love the band and my stumbling across this list, here are the names of the bands who’ve opened for Queen: After The Fire Airrace Al Stewart The Alarm Alvin Lee & Ten Years After Ambach Circus Andy Fairweather-Low Angel Child (Änglabarn) April Wine Argent The B-52s The Bangles Belouis […]

An Ad for Dharma Initiative Computers

This article originally appeared in Global Nerdy. This ad won’t make any sense if you’re not a follower of the TV series Lost. However, if you are, you’ll find it amusing… Click the ad to see the original on its Flickr page.

Innovation During a Recession

Click to see the motivational poster at full size.