Some time ago I made the switch to using WordPress as my primary blogging engine. I hosted it myself and had mySQL and PHP for the infrastructure. WordPress is a tried and true blogging engine so I was very impressed at its stability and performance. One thing I didn’t like,… Read More »Migrating to a New Blog Engine
As everyone gathers with their friends and families for the holidays, I just wanted to say Merry Christmas to you all. This is my absolute favorite time of year. I start listening to Christmas music on Satellite and local radio as it becomes available at the beginning of November, and… Read More »Merry Christmas!
I’ve had the MacBook Pro for one day now. I got it up and running last night, installed VMware Fusion on it which allows me to run Vista inside the Mac OS. I have to say that between Boot Camp, which is part of Leopard, and VMware’s Fusion, I’m pretty… Read More »MacBook Pro: First Impressions
I can’t believe it myself, but I actually took the plunge the other night. One of the things that had always appealed to me was the quality and design of Mac hardware. Who can complain about a 5 hour battery life? It’s a defining experience compared to the 1.5 hours… Read More »Can a PC Guy become a Mac Guy?
Microsoft released the long-awaited update to Exchange 2007 last Thursday. SP1 includes many improvements and is a beefy download at 900 MB; assuming the bulk comes from the MUI packs. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1) has been designed specifically to help meet the challenges of any business… Read More »Exchange 2007 SP1 Now Available