Holy grail for Dell drivers

I accidentally stumbled upon what seems to be the holy grail for Dell drivers: the backup FTP site (also accessible via FTP). When the main Dell site is down, their servers automatically forward to this server, but, apparently, this server is always live. You don’t have to mess with the mumbo jumbo download managers and […]

Star Trek Bromance Continues (or, A Review of “Star Trek Into Darkness”)

Just returned from watching Star Trek Into Darkness with a friend of mine. Oh, how light shown brightly into the epic reaches of my nerdisms. Star Trek is one of the few TV franchises that has such a large and diverse following. Alice Eve, Simon Pegg, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Chris Pine, and J.J. Abrams […]

Business cards!

For the last couple months now, I’ve been working on starting my consulting firm. I have a client and I’m getting ready to quit my job to pursue consulting fulltime! (Yeah!) One of the most important aspects of a consulting business is finding (and retaining) clients. And the best ways to do that is through […]

kinit: KDC reply did not match expectations

Right now, I’m setting up a Linux file server to join and service an all-Windows environment. Mainly to save a few thousand bucks for my client. One of the roadblocks I ran into was while attempting to get my ticket to join the domain using the kinit program. Since I knew SRV records were correct, […]

Disabling the YUM update daemon

At my bread winning job, I’m working on a project at work that requires a virtual machine of limited resources but runs an application needing gobs of memory and CPU. The load averages hover between 11 and 14, which is not good since this only has a single core assigned to it. One of the […]

2011 In One Word: Bittersweet

In a single word, 2011 has been bittersweet. An emotional rollercoaster with peaks as high as my eyes have seen to valleys as low as the deepest of purgatories. Yes, 2011 will be a year to remember. The year started out not too bad. Actually, the same as it ended: sickness. Although, I’m pretty sure […]

Single Mom Found Dead With A List Of Dreams In Her Pocket

My friend Michael sent me a link this afternoon saying this: “Don’t read this if you don’t want to bawl your eyes out but I feel like this story deserves publicity of some form.” Of course, I opened it and I read the story of Donna Fountain, a woman with a list dreams in her […]

Shuu.sh: micro-size Twitter stream hogs

Today,¬†FastCo Design released this year’s best in ux design, which features 14 wonderful websites and devices with beautiful interfaces. (If you have any interest in design, FastCo Design is great! It’s an online publication from Fast Company magazine.) One of the featured websites is Shuu.sh, which allows you to micro-size those pesky Twitter stream hogs. […]

GoDaddy’s SOPA Support

As I’m sure many of my techie friends have come to find out, GoDaddy backed the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Honestly, it doesn’t surprise me since Bob Parsons is probably the biggest douchebag on the planet (right next to Kim Jong Il, who was recently removed from the list due to personal reasons). A […]

Last.fm interface from fmTuner (modified by me).

Twitter interface from HL Twitter.

Dedicated to my mom, Sharon. May she rest peacefully.
Love you always. (March 23, 1965 - November 12, 2011)

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