I borrowed a film scanner this week – and I’ve been scanning old (and crappy quality) APS films to TIFF files. The results are pretty good – considering the limitations of APS. Here’s the stunning Taj Mahal, Agra, India taken in August 2001. I needed to convert around 2000 TIFF files to something that was useful […]
I’m in Provo for a couple of days – sitting on an ITIL v3 Foundation course. The main reason – it’s a cheap and convenient way to sit the exam.. I can’t sit the electronic exam at Prometric in Utah until the New Year. If I was in London I could do it today. Strange […]
Who said Solaris admins are bearded, 280 lbs and over 50?
I was at the Novell Global Sales Conference in Orlando, FL all of last week. Final evening – Saturday – we had the final wrap ups and call to action; followed by Dan Clark – the motivational speaker. He was actually pretty good; and did well making his time personal to Novell and the audience. […]
Everyone is on Facebook now. Even Grania! I joined ages ago – but I concentrated on LinkedIn for the business connections.
Just working on the final pieces of the Vista deployment thread for the Sales Conference. I’ve got a whole hands-on lab from the fine lads at ENGL – should be good.
Windows 2000. Ah. That takes me back. Building more Vista migration stuff for the Sales kickoff; and I’m shocked how different Windows 2000 and Vista are in terms of resource requirements. I’m running Windows 2000 quite happily in a machine with 196MB RAM on a VM; Vista takes at least five times that for the […]
Novell has a fantastic demo suite known as Utopia – listen to this Novell Open Audio Podcast for details. Novell PartnerNet Novell Demos (requires PartnerNet login) One issue that was reported by the field was that running Windows 2003 server on VMware workstation with ZENworks Configuration Management would sometimes cause the ZENworks services not to […]
I blogged last year on ZENworks project code names. We recently almost announced a project codenamed “Brown Trout”. Innocent sounding to the US reader; I’ll let the rest of the English speaking world share what the context is. Hint: It’s brown, streamlined and lives in water. But it’s not a fish.
Just a quick note; WordPress 2.3.1 adds support for WLW Keywords. Some nomenclature changes – tags to keywords; but it works just great. Here are the Keywords in WLW: … and the corresponding tags in WordPress: