Monthly Archives: April 2006

Last phone number forever

OK, CallWave and SkypeIn. That might be my last voice number ever. But, I hate that Skype won’t work with Google Talk, etc. I think that will matter more in the future than it does today. Skype or Gizmo Project? … Continue reading

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Skype vs Gizmo Project

Gizmo Project is certainly not doing what is necessary to catch up with Skype. As much as I love the use of open standards of Gizmo, Skype w/ Ebay is a marketing machine. My new calendar, AirSet, integrates with Skype. … Continue reading

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Outlook 2000 and TLS

Outlook 2000 w/ SP3 does not support TLS for security. One more reason to switch to Mozilla Thunderbird.

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Configuring Visual Studio Unmanaged C++ Solution with Main Project and a Project to Test the Main Project

So, this seemed basic, but no one appears to have written about it on the web. You are in Unmanaged C++ solution in VS. You want a project, and then you want a second project that tests the first project. … Continue reading

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Ultimate Bluetooth Headset (why hasn’t it been made?)

One bluetooth headset. – Headset on cell phone – Music on Mp3 players (including controls, not just sound) – Headset on a PC for use with VoIP applications That’s all. I thought when I bought the Plantronics 590 that I … Continue reading

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Web Security by Hiding Information – aka Vanguard’s Security Model Exposed

So, Vanguard locks me out of my money the other night. I didn’t know this because they didn’t tell me through the website or email or phone call or text message. Instead, they generated a letter that would reach me … Continue reading

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Cingular locks me out of my account

Awesome. It’s 12 noon Pacific. Cingular has locked me out of my account online for maintanence. (not incorrect password attempts.) I don’t use the web account much. Almost every single time, either the entire account is unaccessible or some of … Continue reading

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