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Monthly Archive for May, 2004

Wide Open Magazine

I was just handed a copy of Wide Open Magazine. Still wrapped in clear plastic wrap, it proclaims to be “The Red Hat Magazine for Open Source Professionals and Advocates.” A rather bold statement when you consider it’s their premiere issue. My coworker received three copies of this magazine, and he figured I might be […]

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After years working with BSD and Linux, this morning I was limited by rm. Apparently there is a maximum number of files that can be passed as arguments to rm. Thankfully, there’s an easy workaround. Using rm to delete files is as natural to many as breathing, particularly in the BSD/Linux community. Whether it be […]

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For reasons of personal preference and potential profit, this site has opted not to display Google’s image-based ads. Despite the option being made available to web publishers under the AdSense program, I doubt that I would see additional revenue from image-based banner ads. Google’s decision to offer image-based advertisements as part of the AdSense program […]

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Located a short block from Annapolis City Dock, Maria’s Sicilian Ristorante serves up amazing Sicilian dishes. A rich menu, impressive service, and elegant surroundings make Maria’s perfect for evening out on the town. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m no gourmet. Just as the United States is advertised as the “melting pot,” Italian […]

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Questioning Google’s IPO

The initial public offering (IPO) for Google has been the target of much speculation for some time. Various news sources have reported that Google’s IPO will be in the ballpark of $2.7B. Since I seem to be the technical guy on my block, I’ve had a handful of people ask me in the past few […]

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