My only comment on this one “It’s huge !”
The Information Architects have published an updated trend map of today’s internet. The map can be explored easily with Zoomorama.
Last week-end I was sitting in an airplane and read a magazine that was provided for free to travelers at the airport (of course i had chosen an IT related one 🙂 ). The magazine contained an article talking about the top 10 data loss disasters collected by Ontrack. The Top 10 list of data loss disasters 2008 can be found here.
Yesterday evening I was helping out my wife with creating some invitation cards for a children event that takes place during spring vacation. For the juniors there was a picture on the front side of the invitation that was okay, but we both decided that for the teen-agers we must use a different theme. Finding the right picture wasn’t easy, so we decided to just write text, but to use a cool font. Although Office Read More …
I just checked the Microsoft download site to see if there is anything new. On the top of the list (sorted by release date) I found the Windows 2000 Service Pack 4. Something must have got mixed up there.
In my next blog post i will address the IP version 6 topic, but let me first share this amusing video I found while I was collecting information around IPv6. It’s really worth listening.
Yesterday I helped out a friend to move into his new apartment. Once we had completed moving the heavy parts he asked me if I could connect his PC and while i would do that maybe also do a quick system check. So I connected back all the cables and powered up the machine and noticed that it was incredibly loud, but did not pay any further notice to that. I checked if the system Read More …
Interested in how it all started off at Microsoft ? On Channel 9 a new series call “History of Microsoft” has started. A new episode is being released every Thursday. So far the following episodes have been published: History of Microsoft 1975 History of Microsoft 1976 History of Microsoft 1977 As new episodes come out you find them here.
For all those that are missing the days when computer screens appeared in terminal mode, Google’s GMail can now be configured like that. Just select Settings, Themes and select the “Terminal” theme.
A song full of IT, enjoy 🙂