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September 2005 - Posts

Making and Tracking your Schedules!!!
Tired of MS-Project !!! Well, its too big of a software with lots of useless crap.These Agile Charts are pretty simple, clean and useful. If you click here you would also find comments of Microsoft VP of Office saying that "Microsoft Project is more appropriate Read More...

Posted Thursday, September 29, 2005 3:34 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Bulletproof "Armani"
Well , this is again interesting. I wonder why people don't come up with these kinds of ideas in our society, even if they look ridiculous in first place.. Read More...

Posted Wednesday, September 28, 2005 3:14 PM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Hitting high notes in a choir!
Well , Eric Sink has nice comments and elobaration on Joel's article here . Read More...

Posted Wednesday, September 28, 2005 4:05 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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AJAX allows surgeons to work from home !
Interesting look at technology :-) Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 27, 2005 7:32 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Lesson from Bill Gates...
A quote from Bill Gates "................Every now and then i like to pick up a copy of TIME magazine and read every article from beginning to end, not just the articles that interest me most. That way you can be certain to learn something you didnt know Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 27, 2005 7:27 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

Ways to distinguish yourself and Life beyond code!!!
I have been following Rajesh Setty's blog since long. His writings are very engaging for technology enthusiasts. His blog contain different *vitamens* for technology enthusiasts as in leadership, innovation and etc. He started posting on 'How to distinguish Read More...

Posted Monday, September 26, 2005 12:12 PM by fakeGeek | 2 Comments

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Things you should not do on a project!!
well this is all rational and sane and bit funny as well. I liked following lines Do not check your email. Do not go to nytimes.com. Do not decide to organize your cd rack. Do not turn on the television. Do not clip your nails. Do not stare at your bald Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 20, 2005 12:50 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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eyeOS
I like this , however, if this would be extended then i would like it more :-) Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 20, 2005 12:45 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Smile not allowed
Smiles are not allowed in German, Canadian and US passport. Do smiles change your facial expression to extent where you can't be recognized with naked eyes ? This is strange, what purpose it would serve ? Read More...

Posted Saturday, September 17, 2005 1:56 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

Bush asking for a Pee Break :-)
Here you can find the snap where President Bush is writing a note to Condoleeza Rice for a bathroom break during a meeting. Well nature can call anyone anywhere:-) Read More...

Posted Saturday, September 17, 2005 1:52 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

UML Fever...
A mandatory and very engaging article for fellow Software Craftsmen:-) Excerpts i liked are pasted below " Little has been published in medical annals on UML fever because it has only recently emerged as an affliction. The New England Journal of Medicine Read More...

Posted Friday, September 16, 2005 9:20 PM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Design Inspirations..
Well these are pretty c ool Watches inspirations of Jason Fried, i like '10-4' and 'Achille Castigliono'. Read More...

Posted Friday, September 16, 2005 9:12 PM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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50 coolest websites...
According to Time, 50 coolest websites of 2005. Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 13, 2005 11:55 PM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Skype is being over-hyped!
Ebay is buying Skype for 4.1 Billion. Its a cash+stock deal. Basically it is 1/3 cash payment, 1/3 stocks and 1/3 incentives if skype will meet some financial expectations. At 164,878,461 downloads eBay is paying 6$ per download. There are rumours that Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 13, 2005 10:54 PM by fakeGeek | 1 Comments

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Some interesting research!
Schneier has pointed to some interesting research. Technique presented in this research would reveal 96% of typed characters from a 10-minute sound recording of a user typing English Text using a keyboard. It can recover random text such as passwords. Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 13, 2005 9:42 PM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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Six dumbest ideas in Security
This indeed is an interesting essay. You may not agree to all of what he said , but still its an interesting article. Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 13, 2005 8:53 PM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

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You say it best when you say nothing at all!
Well, this is Reasonably funny :)..William Dembski spoke at Niels Bohr Institute. Here is what i read "...........In the hour at his disposal in front of a friendly-minded but mathematically knowledgeable audience, Dembski wove like a freshman about to Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 06, 2005 7:33 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

Bad Random Number Generators!
Here is an interesting story of a truck driver who participated in a game show('Pass your Luck') and won a lots of money but sadly died in misery. Here are some interesting excerpts ( I have not pasted the whole story in a sequence below, only the paragraphs Read More...

Posted Tuesday, September 06, 2005 7:04 AM by fakeGeek | 0 Comments

 
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