Month: August 2007

  • Blogroll Dive: 8/28/07

    Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive: Bryan shared his thoughts on Windows Vista. Michael reviewed The Bourne Ultimatum. Sarah answered, “When is the best time to start [the violin]?” Chris shared his method of installing third-party applications on his iPhone. And, Tom interviewed Walter Higgins of Sxoop Technologies, the creators of Pixenate.

  • Using ReCAPTCHA

    Most of you probably know that I’m not a big fan of CAPTCHAs. In fact, earlier this month, you could have quoted me saying, “I hate CAPTCHAs. They unnecessarily inconvenience commentators by adding yet-another step to the commenting process and are sometimes difficult for even humans to decipher.” But, I have come to the conclusion […]

  • Blogroll Dive: 8/20/07

    Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive: Bryan went on his first Photowalk in Santa Monica. Bonnie is back with a new interest in video-blogging. Michael discussed how to treat your batteries correctly. Khaled shared an outstanding greek salad recipe. Jim released Bogart v0.6. Joen reviewed the document portion of Google Docs & Spreadsheets. […]

  • Photos from the Hawaii Cruise

    My family and I have returned from a week-long cruise around the islands of Hawaii. After our vacation to the “Big Island” last year, I was eager to see the rest of the islands. Sure enough, I was impressed by the beauty and clean atmosphere of all the islands, and have decided to share some […]

  • Time for a Vacation

    Update: We’re back, and the CAPTCHA has been disabled as promised. The photos are now available. My family and I will be leaving for an exciting cruise to Hawaii on Monday. In order to preserve the sanctity of this vacation, I have temporarily activated a CAPTCHA to block most, if not all, of the spam […]