If you’re a freshman at Penn or many of the other universities that are raking in revenue from freshmen beyond tuition and fees, you may have received e-mails and letters offering all sorts of wonderful things. The one that caught … Continue reading →
I keep all of my books organized in Librarian Pro by Koingo Software. Admittedly, the Windows port is a sort-of-slow version of the Mac software, but it’s usable and rather pretty. Along with this, I use a USB barcode scanner … Continue reading →
I haven’t seen anything published about this yet, but I noticed today that Windows Live Hotmail seems to be authenticating incoming e-mail using DKIM in addition to Sender ID. Background In the past, Hotmail has verified the authenticity of incoming … Continue reading →
Microsoft Mathematics is pretty cool. With the equation solving functionality (step-by-step solutions available for most things), calculus and parametric features (it graphs in 3D too!), this tool closely matches the functionality of Apple’s Grapher and, to an extent, Wolfram Alpha.
I have to start paying +$10/month with Primus for my DSL connection thanks to Bell Canada’s new Usage Based Billing model, which reduces my service from “unlimited” bandwidth to a 25 GB cap. Does anyone know a better cable ISP … Continue reading →