Happy New Year everyone. I hope everyone had some great holiday time off.
There is also another celebration I'm personally having in which DCS Media has turned 1 today. After posting over 500 posts this years, I feel better about using technology (including this site) to help individuals who want to stay ahead of the technology curve. A lot has happened in the last year, and I expect a lot to happen in this year as well.
When I reviewed this extension back in March, I knew this thing was the next sliced bread extension. I installed it on my son's PC and have it installed on my office PC.
But McAfee. It seems they noticed the value in the extension.
The good news is that based on the article, they said:
Well, I'm back after a week of waiting for a domain to be transferred from one hosting company to another.
If anyone notices any problems with the site, please contact me with a message. I would appreciate it.
Anyways, it's time to get cooking again...
After talking about Krugle earlier this year, I immediately applied for the Beta.
Lately, I was wondering what happened with Krugle.
Its amazing how things just happen when you are wondering about them...
I just wanted to let everyone know that I am leaving the current hosting company which has just classic ASP and ASP.NET 1.1 and moving to a different hosting company that meets my specific needs for hosting (ASP.NET 2.0).
Has to be done, so if the site goes down for a couple of days, don't worry...I'll be back.
See ya soon.
...We may have some fantastic cures soon:
Now, the bad news...will it matter?
Dell seems to be satisfying the high demand crop of users by purchasing the high-performance PC company called Alienware.
Alienware has always been known to create really powerful PCs for the gamers and hard-core business users. With this acquisition, Dell is definitely pushing more power into the consumers' hands and stepping it up a notch to give users a new upper line to satisfy the heavy duty users.
To prove it, Dell came out with a $10,000 dollar PC on the same day they announced the acquisition.
Wired talks about a new search engine that allow programmers to search for source code.
Krugle officially launches next month, and I'll be there with bells on.
How many programmers do you know use Google as a knowledge base for searching for source code? I think Krugle has big potential.
My team is going to the Super Bowl and I thought this was fitting.
Oh Wow! This guy is monitoring his Gas, Water, Phone calls, lights and everything else.