A response to “Nine Traits of a Veteran Unix Admin”
“Murder” or “Theft”?
Paul Venezia over at InfoWorld sent me a valentine last week in the form of his entertaining blog post Nine Traits of the Veteran Unix Admin. His post is witty and rings of truth, but the points of conflict we have are places where I tend to think that Venezia has a strong opinion and […]
Excitement and awesomeness to come!
Hello! This is my first post over here, so hopefully you all will be kind, and allow me to run my legal mouth off just a touch. ^.^ In honor of the Hallmark Holiday that is the fourteenth of February, I thought I’d revisit an oldie but goodie from the annals of “Seriously? It’s just […]
Google Wave, Google Wave–wherefore art thou gone?
Part of the maze of legal knowledge programmers are expected to understand and integrate into their work involves intellectual property and the rights surrounding the creation of code and processes. A friend of mine who created Girl Gamer, Esq. is an attorney who specializes in intellectual property and a fellow chick nerd. Anne-Marie is going […]
Google Docs Gets A Dose Of Gmail Features At least Google Docs is getting some love and integration with more useful features. Given the inherent nature of shared documents, and now that Google Wave has waved bye-bye, we all need a document collaboration tool that is more efficient than attaching text to emails and losing […]