August 05, 2004
Conversation one-two punches Are you the kind of person who likes hitting below the belt? Need some pointers about walking away from a conversation victorious at all costs? Then look no further than Conversation Terrorism. The site is there as a reminder of what not to do during a conversation, but really let's just hope that the sap that you're going to take on sticks to those rules. [ via Stupid Evil Bastard ]
Posted by Dudley at 04:29 PM
Fedora Jon Udell's excerpt from Michael Tiemann's speech on Fedora is really interesting. The reasoning behind the Fedora development model used to be big mystery to me, but this really cleared things up. To me RedHat's approach to developing Fedora makes a lot of sense. They obviously want to have a version of Linux that is free and up to date, but since they also want to be able to sell it to corporate types, they need to make it stable. Those two objectives are usually competing. It'll be interesting to see how this pans out.
Posted by Dudley at 03:54 PM
Doom3 vs. blogging Our blog posting has been pretty slow this week. Honestly, we have a good excuse. We've been playing Doom3 in our spare time since Tuesday morning when we were able to get our grubby hands on the game. This is definitely one of the perks of working for yourself. Unfortunately, the game runs pretty slow on our dated machines, which is another side effect of being self employed.
Posted by Dudley at 03:16 PM
Out with the managers, in with the wranglers. Ned explains his new class naming convention where he uses Wrangler instead of Manager. I never really thought about it, but I like it. I've got a lot of "manager" classes, but that's going to change -- it's time for some corporate down sizing. Yeeha!
Posted by Dudley at 02:29 PM