I needed the functionality provided by Notary, David Cooper’s Thunderbird extension for adding notes to an email. However it wasn’t compatible with Thunderbird 2.x and despite requests to the Mozilla extensions directory no update was forthcoming. Therefore, I’ve taken it upon myself to ‘hack’ compatibility and offer the hacked file to anyone who wants it.
Occasionally there comes an advertisement so funny that it sticks with you for years. I have two such ads, but both are about 15 years old. So when I was told that “for some reason it made me laugh” I was ready for a chuckle. Enjoy! Update After posting this I’ve been pointed to a
I just stumbled across this video on YouTube that’s supposed to be an advertisement for some business management rubbish but, ignoring that, is a great analogy of modern programming (lack of) principles: Most of today’s online development work is build-it-as-you-fly. Even with passengers on board. In the early days when the plane is just flyable
It occurred to me the other day that I use the same avatar for all my ‘presences’ online: Jaiku, Orkut, Flickr, Facebook, Twitter (back when I used it) and anywhere else that offers the ability to upload an avatar. That’s it there on the left. I like to call that avatar an RSII: Reverse Signatures