On Not | Mo Chit

March 12, 2004

Color Blindness Victor Ng, a Python blogger, is apparently very color blind. To be honest, I never knew. His website supposedly had some really nice bright white and purple colors, but I never noticed it.

Am I color blind as well? Not exactly. Thankfully, my RSS reader allows me to control the format and style of all the content that comes in. It makes me completely immune to whatever strange layout or color scheme some blogger found interesting that week. However, unlike Scoble, I do appreciate nicely designed websites.

Although my RSS reader can insulate me from strange, high contrasting colors, it can't shelter me from the occasional long, boring rant.
Posted by Dudley at 10:39 PM
May it please the court... No, it may not! I have a bit of junk mail news of my own. I recently registered for BloggerCon and next thing you know, the Williams Law Firm takes it upon themselves to spam the registrant list with some crap about their weblog. I wonder what side of the spam debate these guys are on. Thankfully, thunderbird automatically filtered their junk. Don't ask why I was rummaging through my junk mail, weird I know.
Posted by Wes at 07:52 PM
VMWare The fine folks at VMware spammed me today with the news of their VMWare GSX Server 3 release. I'm too poor to afford this beast, but to others with deeper pocket books, GSX server has the following to offer:
  • 3.6GB memory per VM to support larger server applications
  • Teamed network adapter support, SCSI backup devices for enterprise-class hardware
  • 10-20% improvement in disk and networking performance Seamless migration to datacenter-class virtualization
  • Migrate virtual machines from GSX Server to datacenter-class VMware ESX Server Cross-platform server consolidation
  • VMware GSX Server 3 supports the latest Windows, Linux, and NetWare OSes giving you the flexibility to choose your platform to match business needs
  • Runs on a wider variety of Windows and Linux OSes than any server virtualization product on the market
It's hard these days to live without some sort of VMware installation for development and testing.

As Mendel Rosenblum likes to say, "consider yourself notified."

(via my junk folder)
Posted by Dudley at 05:39 PM

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