Monthly Archive: November 2005

Speculating on the next Gameboy

Speculating on the next Gameboy

As I was laying down to sleep, I started to think about the next generation Gameboy (GBX, Gameboy Next).  Honestly, I don’t remember the train of thought that lead me to thinking about it, but I was sooo engrossed, that...

The Dangers of Prototyping

The Dangers of Prototyping

I came across a good article on prototyping as I was reading about some of the reactions to the rumors that the Nintendo Revolution hardware will not be capable of much more than the current Gamecube hardware. In my senior...

On Leadership

On Leadership

I came across an editorial on CNNSI.com on, among other things, the play of Baron Davis and how he’s helped turn the perpetually bad Warriors around and get them off to their best start in the franchise’s history. While the...

Gaming News Galore

Gaming News Galore

Yes, while I have absolutely no time for gaming these days (especially console gaming),  I still constantly trawl through the ‘Net looking for news and info on the next gen. consoles.  I don’t know why, as I don’t seem to...

Fun in Philly

Wow, I had a lot more fun in Philly than I thought I would have. Back up a bit.  I had originally registered for the Microsoft launch event in Philly as a participant a few weeks back.  Last week, Rich,...

SQL, VS.Net, and BizTalk 2005 Release Event

SQL, VS.Net, and BizTalk 2005 Release Event

I’ll be in Philly next week for the Microsoft release event for SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio.Net 2005, and BizTalk 2006 next week (11/17). I’m not only going as a participant, but a small group of us will be there...

All Hail Flying Spaghetti Monster!

All Hail Flying Spaghetti Monster!

Yesterday, news spread that the Kansas school board passed legislation to include intelligent design into the school curriculum. As expected, there was some colorful discussion on Fark. In an opinion piece in Time this week (11/14/2005), Eric Cornell, the Nobel...

Insight into French Unrest

Insight into French Unrest

I haven’t been following the riots in France with any particular interest, but a blog post by a journalist in France caught my attention.   A little snippet, if I may: The rebellion is spreading spontaneously — driven especially by racist...

.Net Roundup

.Net Roundup

I hate to just link to pages, but there’s a lot of stuff to catch up on today, so allow me to indulge myself by placing a little reminder here 😉 Dino Esposito has a nice little write-up on authoring...