Will wrote about Performancing it on his blog, and I thought I would mention it too… Performancing is a cool Firefox extension that brings a blog editor directly into Firefox. I was able to configure it in moments for use with Blogger. You may want to check it out…
Hallelujah, say goodbye to browser that was ahead of its time when it first came out, but suffered when Microsoft end-of-lifed it…. The Unofficial Apple Weblog had this to say: All support for the Macintosh version of Internet Explorer will cease on December 31, 2005 and all official distribution of the browser will cease on […]
How time flies… Tyler was born nearly a week ago. Hard to imagine sometimes. If all had gone according to the “schedule” we had, Tyler wouldn’t be here for another 2 days, 19 hours. I brought Kim and Tyler home on Wednesday, and it’s been an adventure for the three of us. It’s really good […]
At 11:35pm last night, doctors did an emergency c-section on Kim. At 11:41pm, we welcomed Tyler Douglas Harrison into this world. Words cannot describe how much joy I have right now. I’ve posted a couple of pics of him on Flickr, and will hopefully post more when I have time.
Joshua Schachter: We’re proud to announce that del.icio.us has joined the Yahoo! family. Together we’ll continue to improve how people discover, remember and share on the Internet, with a big emphasis on the power of community. We’re excited to be working with the Yahoo! Search team – they definitely get social systems and their potential […]
I’ve been testing out feedburner for a little while… I’ve updated my RSS feed for my blog posts… http://feeds.feedburner.com/cdharrison If you use a feed-reader of some sort to subscribe to my feed, please update the address. Gracias.
I’ve steered clear of discussing politics in my blog for quite some time. I find it good practice to do so, unless your blog happens to be about politics. This was too good to pass up. Augustans voted for change the other day. They elected Deke Copenhaver as their next mayor. Why’s this important? Deke […]
Quick post before I leave for home… Gmail now supports RSS feeds, aka “Web Clips”. It’s nice to see this addition. Read more about it here.
It’s the 21st century, and with it has come some new ways of doing business. Google is showing that big billion-dollar businesses do not have to be bureaucratic. Google’s setup a sort of mini-democracy, where every employee has a say in how things are done. They are more concerned about the well-being of their engineers, […]
Not sure how this slipped under the radar, but on 11/18, Microsoft released ActiveSync 4.1 for synchronizing Windows Mobile devices with PCs. You can snag it here.