I’ve been asked about ZLM cache licenses.
These are enabled in two places – in the base server.key license file; also with activation licenses for the caches.
First step is to check your server.key enables cache support
The server.key must have a line:
< caches > some number < /caches >
If the server.key does not have this line you will need a new server.key. Get this from Novell.
Mmmm – Bombay Sapphire – the perfect gin. Mix in proportion with the perfect tonic, add ice, lemon and relax.
Try deep-freezing your gin. The higher alcohol Bombay Sapphire (47%) does not freeze; instead it turns into a thick, oily, viscous liquid – a little like concentrated sulphuric acid.
Way back in the Pre-Novell days I was amazed at the on-line porfolio of thevoid – a UK based new media company. They were in Manchester (or certainly “Up North”) – but now look to be based in London where the streets are paved with gold.
Some of the Flash-based rendering and animation seems old-hat now – and oh so smooth on a fast P4 – but six and a half years ago this was cutting edge:
This is in my bookmarks from around the time we acquired Ximian (late 2003) – it’s still funny. ::uberGeek::Toons::Switch to Linux()
Stress and last minute anguish – these are of Alan Murray taken on the night before we signed the intent to acquire documents.
I found Ishkurs Guide to Electronic Music online guide a long long time ago – and it’s recently been freshened.
For those that don’t know their Sisters of Mercy from their ‘Neubaten – this is for you.
Mark was at it again.
Alan getting Lust for Mac
We have both used various Mind Mapping Software in our various roles; I’ve used The Brain extensively since early 2000 and more recently been looking at Visual Mind
With a switch to the Novell Linux Desktop I’ve had to re-evaluate the tools on offer; also working with maps across a team means that some level of interoperability is required. Mark showed me FreeMind – and it seems to fit the bill exactly. Cross platform, Open and best of all Free
I’ll post some more on how I get on with this.
One of the best Mind Mapping toolsets on the market is Mind Manager developed by MindJet. Fortunately, I do not run Windows… only Mac OS and Linux in this guys house!!
Free Mind is a great tool to use to map out your thoughts and ideas as they are running through your cranium. Captured, on paper, ready to engage!! I highly recommend using this to keep your ideas organized, and to use during brainstorming sessions.
Mark Schouls selling Rick Fowles on the benefits of a Powerbook.
We’ve all got OS envy.