Monthly Archives: March 2008

Cruise Cruise Baby

Cruise Cruise Baby A colleague forwarded a link to this recently.  A fun look into the joys of science onboard ocean research vessels…     Enjoy. Doug White

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Sprint Mogul ROM Update

Sprint Mogul ROM Update I pulled down the new ROM update for my Sprint Mogul phone/pda and installed it this morning.  The Mogul (aka the XV-6800 on the Verizon network) is an HTC device powered by Windows Mobile 6.  FINALLY…the … Continue reading

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Mix 2008 Conference Session Videos Online

Mix 2008 Conference Session Videos Online Like 99.9999% of the rest of you, I couldn’t afford the time or money to hit Mix 2008.  Fortunately, videos have been posted for all of the sessions.  You can either browse through the … Continue reading

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Environmental Data Management at NOAA: Archiving, Stewardship and Access

Environmental Data Management at NOAA: Archiving, Stewardship and Access A recent publication available via National Academies Press – Environmental Data Management at NOAA: Archiving, Stewardship and Access is, IMHO, a must-read for anybody gathering any type of data (not just … Continue reading

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Sync’ing your Google Calendar with your Outlook Calendar

Sync’ing your Google Calendar with your Outlook Calendar The problem with the previous posting about the iPhone Activesync to Exchange is that it’s going to be months before any of it becomes a reality.  I think they’re talking June or … Continue reading

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Exchange & ActiveSync – Coming soon to an iPhone near you

Exchange & ActiveSync – Coming soon to an iPhone near you Apple did some announcing yesterday (March 6) regarding the "iPhone Software Roadmap".  One of the announcements was that you’ll be able to sync your Apple iPhone and perhaps your … Continue reading

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Vista SP1 changes to Remote Desktop Sessions

Vista SP1 Changes to Remote Desktop Sessions A colleague brought up an interesting change in the switches used to establish remote desktop sessions.  In original Vista, if you wanted to fire up a console session on a remote box, you’d … Continue reading

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