Archive for: October, 2007

Rackspace Shareholders Meeting

Oct 30 2007 Published by under Ramblings



Rackspace Shareholders Meeting

A live shot from the camera on my phone.

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Gmail gets IMAP

Oct 24 2007 Published by under Ramblings

Oh YEAH!

It appears that Google is working on integrating IMAP into Gmail. Download Squad reader eD! Thomas sent in a tip letting us know he came across the new IMAP setting while snooping around Gmail. However, it is only appearing in select few Gmail and Google Apps for domains accounts at the moment.

Gmail gets IMAP

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Maker Faire

Oct 20 2007 Published by under Ramblings



Maker Faire

A live shot from the camera on my phone.

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Office foosball

Oct 18 2007 Published by under Ramblings



Office foosball

A live shot from the camera on my phone.

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Embedded Asterisk

Oct 17 2007 Published by under Ramblings



Embedded Asterisk

A live shot from the camera on my phone.

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Natuba Press

Oct 15 2007 Published by under Ramblings

Natuba mentioned in the paper this past weekend…

More local entrepreneurs aim for niches of networking

Internet startups going social

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Yes, that is a Hummer Taxi – only in Texas

Oct 11 2007 Published by under Ramblings



Yes, that is a Hummer Taxi – only in Texas

A live shot from the camera on my phone.


Sent from my mobile device – please excuse terseness & typo’s

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Weight Limits in Cars

Oct 08 2007 Published by under Ramblings

I had no idea cars had safety weight limits…

Many two-seat sports cars, including Mazda MX-5 Miata and Chevrolet (GM) Corvette, aren’t certified to carry two 200-pound adults, according to a government formula aimed at tire safety.

Car weight limits are a big, fat problem

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The Millionaire Mind

Oct 06 2007 Published by under Ramblings

Clever trick…

He told the loan officer that he was going to Philippines on business for two weeks and needed to borrow $5,000. The bank officer told him that the bank would need some form of security for the loan.

Then the man handed over the keys to a new Ferrari parked on the street in front of the bank

How a Millionaire’s Brain Works…

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Robin Williams

Oct 04 2007 Published by under Ramblings

Robin Williams on Global Warming:

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The Way We Walk

Oct 02 2007 Published by under Ramblings

This would explain the stomping you get over your head from your upstairs neighbors….

“No shirt, no shoes, no service.” It’s a common enough sign in store windows and other establishments, though, who would ever be seen without shoes? Shoes are essential to civilized life, and they bring with them a distinctly civilized manner of walking: lock the knee, and brace a controlled fall on the heel; roll the foot forward, rocking into another locked-knee heel-fall. It’s difficult to walk any other way while wearing shoes, and you’ll often find this described as the way humans walk. But of course, humans are not born with shoes on, nor did we evolve in shoes. Every human begins walking a different way, and needs to be meticulously trained to walk like this.

Learning to Walk

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