I came up with a quick idea - visual voicemail similar to Apple's iPhone - via IMAP.
This article explains how to build a serial cable adapter for the Epson projectors. This cable uses two adapters that go from DB9 to RJ45. In between, you use a regular telephone cord.
Windows ships with Offline Files (aka Offline Folders) on, more or less. These things suck, mainly because they're a little unreliable, and seem to lose data, or files get wedged and won't sync.
If you rebuild a Microsoft Exchange Server and reconstruct mailboxes, your Outlook clients will notice this and give you two options: Connect to the Temporary mailbox, or Use Old Data.
It's been hard to configure for years -
1. It's hard to back up.
I wanted to draw a network diagram in OOo Draw, but didn't find anything to help.
I fell for marketing and advertising, again. I bought one of those stupid antennas with the little dial knob on it. What's really stupid is that I already had one similar to it, and it sucked.
This is a scratchpad for noting some disk transfer speeds. There are so many potential configurations, and possible bottlenecks...
I just blew two hours figuring out that a GLib GHashTable is not a descendent of GObject. Duh!
Had "one way audio", where I could speak, but could not hear.
One NAT to the internet:
There are a bunch of different ways to do this, but this is the simplest in my experience.
It's been so long since I've done any C programming that I feel "Like A Virgin" in C, touched for the very first time.
This is a short tutorial about using ctags (or exuberant ctags) to work with the vim editor to give you a great code browser.