30 Boxes

One of the things I’ve been looking for is a great, simple calendaring tool that I can integrate into the blog for events, activities, travel, etc. Well, I’ve been searching for months – I guess what I’m looking for is something simple that works like Flickr, but with events. I just haven’t found it…but today, … Read more 30 Boxes

802.11n Wireless Technology

Over on lightning-alley.com, Richard discovered that the 802.11n wireless draft was approved today. This means it will only be a matter of time before we’re all using 802.11n at a mere 600Mbps. Today, 802.11g is the fastest wireless technology at 54Mbps. It’s amazing how technology keeps advancing! [tags]802.11n, 802.11g, wireless, wi-fi, draft[/tags]

Greetings from a Filesystem User

Jim Gray, a Distinguished Engineer for the Microsoft Bay Area Research Center recently gave a talk at the 4th Usenix Conference on File and Storage Technologies (FAST).  There are some interesting things covered in this talk, such as disk reliability, indexing, file system versus database formats, computation and memory, file system structure, parallel file systems, … Read more Greetings from a Filesystem User