November 29, 2021

Archives for April 2007

Suggestions for MyBlogLog

As you can see from the dotCULT sidebar, I’ve been using MyBlogLog for a few months now. If you haven’t tried it out, you probably should. It’s neat to be able to put a face with your readers. Some of the things I love about it are the ability to accurately track both adsense and […]

Corporate Spyware

Last weekend some friends and I were having a debate about corporate spyware. The question we asked is “what would you do if you found out your company monitors everything you do on your computer? Every website you visit, every key you press, and even look at your screen remotely from time to time.” So […]

Help, I’m Addicted

Last week, Jeremy posted about a little game called Desktop Tower Defense. (Warning: do NOT click that link if you want to get anything productive done today.) Desktop Tower Defense is perhaps the most addicting flash game I’ve ever played in my life. I’m serious!! I even got my cousin addicted. I told him about […]

Review: Visual Spellcheck Plugin

If it seems like my spelling has improved that’s because, well, it has! Before I moved dotCULT over to the new server I decided to mod it up a bit. I installed some less common options like pspell (the php spelling module) and mod_python (haven’t played with that yet) and some newer upgrades like PHP5 […]

Review: Joost

Matt was kind enough to send me an invite to Joost today, so I figured the least I could do was check it out and write about it. (please don’t ask for invites, I don’t have any to give out) If you aren’t familiar with Joost, it’s the new project of Niklas Zennstrøm and Janus […]

How I Just Lost $40,000

Some of you who regularly play the market may remember an allegedy shady character named Mario Pino and his company Mellon Research that traded under the symbol MLON. Well about a year ago MLON changed it’s name to Paychest, and those of us who had the MLON penny stock recieved a ton of shares of […]

Let’s Play Two

I’m really glad that April Fools Day is overwith. As far as the web is concerned, it’s one of my least favorite holidays. Sure it’s fun to read about TiSP and Other April Fools jokes, but if you’re trying to look something up or get some work done it can be annoying. Anyway, the end […]