This is my first post really branching away from what I usually write about – you have been warned! I’m having a hard time writing this post because the consequences are ongoing and unresolved but I’m going to plough ahead with it regardless. It will either be taken as sincere or it will loose me [...]
Yesterday things changed fundamentally for me on a personal level. I’m not going to get into what that change is right now, but I’m sure you’ll know all about it soon enough. I just need to get my head together and get to a place where I’ll be happy blogging about it. So, as my [...]
Last week I was asking for a lightweight solution to running web applications without a browser and TDavid suggested I check out Prism from Mozilla labs. So far I have been pretty happy with Prism (which is a beta) but there have been some issue with it that have been bugging me and still have [...]
I’m not well this morning and the last thing I need is for the Danish postal system to start playing silly buggers with me. Some of you may know that my good friend Scot "Mr. Business Golf" Duke recently (as in a few weeks ago) sent me a hat (cowboy style of course) from Texas [...]
The second part of yesterdays session with Scot Duke Today’s show was in Two Parts. This is the second part where Paul and I have a freelance discussion concerning why more Businesses need or should be blogging. There are some very interesting questions asked from the fans in the chat room. Check this out.
Yesterday I had was lucky enough to be the first guest on Scot Dukes new Vidcast, the "Mr. Business Golf Show". This is the first of two thirty minute shows we recorded Today’s show was in Two Parts. The first part was a review on FuelMyBlog and SuperWebCam Program.
I’m really looking forward to tonight’s Fuelmyblog Live (21:30 CET) as we’re going to try a live Pub quiz. While I’m at it I’ve got to thank Kevin for recording this section from last Fridays show where we promised to do a show in fancy dress if Fuelmyblog live viewers send us 10 pictures of [...]
Back in June of 2004 I wrote about Element Computers who had developed ION, a Linux desktop OS, which was supposed to run all windows executables at top speeds? Element Computer has overcome the final barrier for Linux adoptionon desktops by mainstream businesses. The company has unveiled the worlds first Linux desktop OS, called ION, [...]
About 4 years ago I wrote a post called “Security, Microsoft and You…” and I am amazed that very little has changed in that time. Who’s running anti-virus software and thinks they’re up to date? Are you sure? Have you checked manually.. A lot of anti-virus software is configured to update once a week, but [...]