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  1. Dec 11 2010: Educational framing in ERP usage
  2. Dec 04 2010: The wikileaks don't add up

  3. Nov 27 2010: Thanksgiving vs. the TSA
  4. Nov 20 2010: Buying for tomorrow: Cryptography and SPARC/CMT
  5. Nov 13 2010: Things are looking up
  6. Nov 06 2010: Pagan Agnostics

  7. Oct 30 2010: The iPad in business
  8. Oct 23 2010: Another open letter to Larry Ellison
  9. Oct 16 2010: The more things change
  10. Oct 09 2010: IT cost, ignorance, and the race to the bottom
  11. Oct 02 2010: A guy called Joe

  12. Sep 25 2010: Oracle's invisible elephant
  13. Sep 18 2010: The CIO role in the Unix Enterprise
  14. Sep 11 2010: More on Sun Ray
  15. Sep 04 2010: Unix vs Wintel/DP: the cost/benefit issue

  16. Aug 28 2010: Tragedy: Waiting for the laughter to start
  17. Aug 21 2010: Forces of nature
  18. Aug 14 2010: Drones, arrogance, and fate
  19. Aug 07 2010: The client-server experience

  20. Jul 31 2010: The real meaning of the service level agreement
  21. Jul 24 2010: Measurement vs. Perception
  22. Jul 17 2010: Consulting Reality: change at Canada's newspapers
  23. Jul 10 2010: Depressing jobs advice
  24. Jul 03 2010: The IT dirty bomb

  25. Jun 26 2010: The top eight things the PC press hides about the iPad
  26. Jun 19 2010: Suicide by victory: more on SCO
  27. Jun 12 2010: Virtual Reality Thinking
  28. Jun 05 2010: Thinking about recommenders

  29. May 29 2010: AIX vs Solaris for job hunters
  30. May 22 2010: More on net neutrality -but first, a thank you
  31. May 15 2010: Opportunities from destruction
  32. May 08 2010: Tools, commitment, and change
  33. May 01 2010: Tracing cash in the underground economy

  34. Apr 24 2010: Trusting the cloud
  35. Apr 17 2010: Net Neutrality
  36. Apr 10 2010: Word Fulminations
  37. Apr 03 2010: A further note about SCO v. Novell
  38. Mar 27 2010: Waste bubbles
  39. Mar 20 2010: Request for Comments [COBOL vs. SAMP]
  40. Mar 13 2010: Working with "average" users
  41. Mar 06 2010: Reconciling Sun's Java investments with Oracle's: a simple suggestion

  42. Jan 27 2010: Oracle Solaris, Linux, and OpenSolaris
  43. Jan 20 2010: Network security and fun with routing
  44. Feb 13 2010: What the changes at Sun mean for the customer
  45. Feb 06 2010: Trust but verify: evaluating the message, not the messenger

  46. Jan 30 2010: ZFS/Flash and the climate debacle/h3>
  47. Jan 23 2010: Nothing but olive twigs: a solid week of good news!
  48. Jan 16 2010: Geeks rule! -well, real ones, anyway
  49. Jan 09 2010: A business problem
  50. Jan 02 2010: Lessons from the last decade

  51. Dec 26 2009: Predictions for 2010
  52. Dec 19 2009: The year that was
  53. Dec 12 2009: An open letter to Larry Ellison
  54. Dec 05 2009: The Hoffman files: counting votes in NY23

  55. Nov 28 2009: Sympathy, and thanks, for Harry
  56. Nov 21 2009: Educating IT decision makers
  57. Nov 14 2009: An interesting exchange on politics and IT
  58. Nov 07 2009: The real pros and cons of server virtualization

  59. Oct 31 2009: Scaring yourself and others
  60. Oct 24 2009: What Windows7 could mean for Linux
  61. Oct 17 2009: Merry Christmas - and something about rocks and books
  62. Oct 10 2009: Clouds vs. Appliances
  63. Oct 3 2009: Net Neutrality vs. "do no evil"

  64. Sep 26 2009: Linux as Wintel parasite
  65. Sep 19 2009: Rocky dreams
  66. Sep 12 2009: Pano, Sun Ray, and the Wintel gestalt
  67. Sep 5 2009: For your safety and convenience

  68. Aug 29 2009: Vindications: ah, the week that was
  69. Aug 22 2009: Save money: buy from the enemy
  70. Aug 15 2009: A day in the life
  71. Aug 8 2009: The! meaning! of! bing!
  72. Aug 1 2009: Reformulating Murphy's law

  73. Jul 25 2009: Thinking about Rock
  74. Jul 18 2009: Managing IT in desperate times
  75. Jul 11 2009: Pigeons roosting and doing what pigeons do
  76. Jul 04 2009: Microsoft gets something right! Well, maybe.

  77. Jun 27 2009: The case of the missing Sun refugees
  78. Jun 20 2009: Seven post holes and one thought
  79. Jun 13 2009: Murphy collezioni
  80. Jun 06 2009: Discussing corruption
  81. May 30 2009: Golf, Intimidation, and co-opting the boss
  82. May 23 2009: Cooling future cost inflation
  83. May 16 2009: Trench Warfare
  84. May 09 2009: NCIS: Episode 140: Breakout
  85. May 02 2009: Oracle Office, MySQL, and other dreams

  86. Apr 25 2009: A question about Linux
  87. Apr 20 2009: Oracle buys Sun! Great!
  88. Apr 18 2009: What now for Sun?
  89. Apr 11 2009: Using open source to reduce business risk
  90. Apr 04 2009: Betting on the future: T2 vs. Nehalem
  91. Mar 28 2009: A recommendation on leasing new equipment

  92. Mar 27 2009: From Chapter Four: The Unix and Open source Culture
  93. Mar 26 2009: More on Sun vs. IBM
  94. Mar 25 2009: A plea for open source help
  95. Mar 24 2009: Wolfram Alpha
  96. Mar 23 2009: A distant truth about "the cloud"

  97. Mar 21 2009: Once more on SCO Mar 20 2009: From Chapter Four: The Unix and Open source Culture
  98. Mar 19 2009: The IBM Rumor
  99. Mar 18 2009: Remembering whose money it is
  100. Mar 17 2009: MySQL vs PostgresSQL
  101. Mar 16 2009: Wood, Arrows, and motivation
  102. Mar 14 2009: The GOP.com RFP: lessons for everybody?
  103. Mar 13 2009: From Chapter Four: The Unix and Open source Culture
  104. Mar 12 2009: P570 vs T5220
  105. Mar 11 2009: Turtles vs Hares
  106. Mar 10 2009: Reading the Oracle tea leaves
  107. Mar 09 2009: RDBMS license costs and Open Source

  108. Mar 07 2009: Perls, Swine, and Sun
  109. Mar 06 2009: From Chapter Four: The Unix and Open source Culture
  110. Mar 05 2009: The deed is done: now what?
  111. Mar 04 2009: Simple cost/benefit and the systems upgrade
  112. Mar 03 2009: Some general considerations for small systems
  113. Mar 02 2009: Upgrading older systems

  114. Feb 28 2009: Comparison in green

  115. Feb 27 2009: From Chapter Four: The Unix and Open source Culture
  116. Feb 26 2009: Crossbow's golden arrows
  117. Feb 25 2009: If windows were six
  118. Feb 24 2009: Some advice to would be consultants
  119. Feb 23 2009: What BearingPoint's Chapter 11 filing means to you and me

  120. Feb 21 2009: Death and hope of resurrection among newspapers and magazines

  121. Feb 20 2009: From Chapter Four: The Unix and Open source Culture
  122. Feb 19 2009: Flash vs Cash
  123. Feb 18 2009: Everybody loves virtualization
  124. Feb 17 2009: Coolthreads vs hyperthreading

  125. Feb 14 2009: Did U.S. Supreme court liberals just mandate ZFS for police?

  126. Feb 13 2009: From Chapter Four: The Unix and Open source Culture
  127. Feb 12 2009: Learning from Walmart
  128. Feb 11 2009: Rearview madness and Wintel customer spin
  129. Feb 10 2009: iPod, iPhone, iNet?
  130. Feb 09 2009: Petaflops, Megawatts, and data files

  131. Feb 07 2009: Rednecks, old computers, and TCO

  132. Feb 06 2009: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  133. Feb 05 2009: TCO, Wintel 7, and the G4 Mac
  134. Feb 04 2009: Why people buy Windows
  135. Feb 03 2009: Wintel community tyrann
  136. Feb 02 2009: Reviewing Drupal
  137. Jan 31 2009: Confronting Windows 7 at home

  138. Jan 30 2009: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture

  139. Jan 29 2009: Clouds, history, and unmitigated drivel
  140. Jan 28 2009: Remote search and the invisible elephant
  141. Jan 27 2009: What's really wrong with PC "security"
  142. Jan 26 2009: "Security" issues

  143. Jan 24 2009: From Windows to Unix: a mental journey

  144. Jan 23 2009: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture

  145. Jan 22 2009: Can the smartphone beat down violent crime?
  146. Jan 21 2009: Can someone design my cell server, please?
  147. Jan 20 2009: Converting to Sun Ray, instead
  148. Jan 19 2009: Adapt! (or else)

  149. Jan 17 2009: When Windows beats Linux: a cautionary tale

  150. Jan 16 2009: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  151. Jan 15 2009: Minimizing after sales disasters
  152. Jan 14 2009: Sizing, configuration, and the Unix reseller hurdle
  153. Jan 13 2009: Storage choices
  154. Jan 12 2009: Selling Unix in 2009 - much easier than in 2008?

  155. Jan 10 2009: The IT theme for 2009: simplify

  156. Jan 09 2009: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  157. Jan 08 2009: Reviewing Windows 7
  158. Jan 07 2009: An interpretation of the cloud
  159. Jan 06 2009: Storage area networks
  160. Jan 05 2009: IT's horsedrawn horseless carriages

  161. Jan 03 2009: Lessons from the Death Map

  162. Jan 01 2009: Advice for 2009: hug your job

  163. Dec 29 2008: The 2008 Chutzpah in IT Marketing Awards
  164. Dec 26 2008: Report on Christmas

  165. Dec 24 2008: Merry Christmass!
  166. Dec 23 2008: Relearning something about perl
  167. Dec 22 2008: Desktop TCO and user rights

  168. Dec 20 2008: Postdictions for 2008

  169. Dec 19 2008: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  170. Dec 18 2008: Commitment to standards
  171. Dec 17 2008: Cell phones and health risks
  172. Dec 16 2008: Why Linux owes its success to Microsoft
  173. Dec 15 2008: In Skins vs Believers: Linux always loses

  174. Dec 13 2008: Climate vagaries and the zdnet time machine

  175. Dec 12 2008: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  176. Dec 11 2008: Sometimes stuff just works - or almost, anyway
  177. Dec 10 2008: Creating a sales infrastructure for Sun
  178. Dec 09 2008: MySQL: what might have been
  179. Dec 08 2008: Sun vs. MySQL: the Widenius theses

  180. Dec 06 2008: Ten embarrasing questions

  181. Dec 05 2008: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  182. Dec 04 2008: Asking a paranoid question
  183. Dec 03 2008: Opting out of IT
  184. Dec 02 2008: Gulf of execution
  185. Dec 01 2008: Some seriously good advice from "Narg"

  186. Nov 29 2008: Why C wins: the cold realities of abstraction

  187. Nov 26 2008: Thanking open source developers
  188. Nov 26 2008: No accounting software for Linux?
  189. Nov 24 2008: Sun reseller contacts

  190. Nov 22 2008: The brutal truth - but not, I think, about Vista

  191. Nov 21 2008: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  192. Nov 20 2008: Which check to write? when open source means Jack
  193. Nov 19 2008: Dick, Jane, and MySQL: why recessions favor open source
  194. Nov 18 2008: Windows 7, undigested red meat, and a delicate sensibility
  195. Nov 17 2008: How Intel's Nehalem will benefit AMD

  196. Nov 15 2008: Storage Analytics meets Tufte

  197. Nov 14 2008: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  198. Nov 13 2008: Working at 99% CPU utilization
  199. Nov 12 2008: Good news for Sun
  200. Nov 11 2008: The need for a mixed load benchmark
  201. Nov 10 2008: SPAM and the free lunch

  202. Nov 08 2008: GM, Chrysler, and one specific IT Job

  203. Nov 07 2008: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  204. Nov 06 2008: Blackbox, SWaP, and the z10
  205. Nov 05 2008: Domino, cryptology, and response
  206. Nov 04 2008: Speculation on Papermaster's "huh?": IBM, Apple, and Freescale
  207. Nov 03 2008: Hacking the vote

  208. Oct 31 2008: From Chapter Three: The Windows Culture
  209. Oct 30 2008: Whispers from ghost of freedom: Windows 7 and cloud computing
  210. Oct 29 2008: Fun with IBM's Z10 numbers
  211. Oct 28 2008: Paranoia, tin foil hats, and the EMP threat
  212. Oct 27 2008: Fun headlines from last week

  213. Oct 25 2008: Associative arrays and elections data

  214. Oct 24 2008: From Chapter Three: Case study: Appliance computing at Cutter Mills
  215. Oct 23 2008: From the Sun reseller trenches
  216. Oct 22 2008: Words of doom: "we have new software"
  217. Oct 21 2008: Desktop Unix: MacOS X and "Sousa Linicks"
  218. Oct 20 2008: Openoffice 3.0 vs MS Office

  219. Oct 18 2008: Linux versus Windows: another fine Microsoft TCO Analysis

  220. Oct 17 2008: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
  221. Oct 16 2008: So what can Sun do?
  222. Oct 15 2008: What drives customer demand for Solaris/x86? Fear of failure
  223. Oct 14 2008: Still pushing the obvious: Sun Ray

  224. Oct 11 2008: Anatomy of an attack: The New York Times on Solaris

  225. Oct 10 2008: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
  226. Oct 09 2008: Plagerism, Gibberish, IEEE, and the textbook business
  227. Oct 08 2008: The IT role in the mortgage meltdown
  228. Oct 07 2008: Exploring web server volume failure modalities
  229. Oct 06 2008: Data Processing scores big success! Linux loses, again!

  230. Oct 04 2008: More on Wikipedia abuse

  231. Oct 03 2008: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
  232. Oct 02 2008: The open source opportunity in web advertising
  233. Oct 01 2008: Nintendo and the Windows Mindset
  234. Sep 30 2008: Thinking about Oracle Fusion applications
  235. Sep 29 2008: The storage wars

  236. Sep 27 2008: More on Microsoft's PC ads

  237. Sep 26 2008: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
  238. Sep 25 2008: Astroturfing, sockpuppets, and SCO
  239. Sep 24 2008: Why IT mergers fail
  240. Sep 23 2008: Support quality
  241. Sep 22 2008: Are certifications worth the money?

  242. Sep 20 2008: The lessons in Sarah Palin's email adventure

  243. Sep 19 2008: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
  244. Sep 18 2008: An open response to a Jonathan Schwartz blog
  245. Sep 17 2008: Why "better" often doesn't sell
  246. Sep 16 2008: Using open source smarts to pick change agents
  247. Sep 15 2008: In remembrance of scoundrels past ,p.
  248. Sep 13 2008: About that London Stock Exchange IT failure

  249. Sep 12 2008: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
  250. Sep 11 2008: Don't bet big on green
  251. Sep 10 2008: In praise of IT standardization
  252. Sep 09 2008: Where there's hype, there's fire?
  253. Sep 08 2008: Commercial development strategies

  254. Sep 06 2008: Is Apple behind Microsoft's "Seinfeld" ads?
  255. Sep 12 2008: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
  256. Sep 04 2008: Chrome, IE8, and longer term thinking
  257. Sep 03 2008: Parts of a system: beyond the e-voting case
  258. Sep 02 2008: Data center energy use
  259. Sep 01 2008: When Linux gets cited as a matter of course, it's truly gone mainstream

  260. Aug 30 2008: Partnoy's Complaint
  261. Aug 29 2008: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
  262. Aug 28 2008: Resurrecting E-voting
  263. Aug 27 2008: Dancing on E-voting's grave
  264. Aug 26 2008: Switching costs
  265. Aug 25 2008: Over my dead body

  266. Aug 23 2008: Seinfeld as Windows?

  267. Aug 22 2008: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
  268. Aug 21 2008: Open Source, Dtrace, and tuning
  269. Aug 20 2008: The opportunities in search
  270. Aug 19 2008: Excel and Basic Accounting Error
  271. Aug 18 2008: Compliance and IT

  272. Aug 16 2008: Exploits, vulnerabilities, and questions

  273. Aug 15 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
  274. Aug 14 2008: Development environments: Microsoft vs. Open Source
  275. Aug 13 2008: The Unix sysadmin salary premium
  276. Aug 12 2008: When equivalence is the wrong question
  277. Aug 11 2008: Second guessing at 3AM

  278. Aug 08 2008: Pravda, Sutor, and IBM Linux

  279. Aug 08 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
  280. Aug 07 2008: Development environments: Microsoft vs. Open Source
  281. Aug 06 2008: It's not good for everything, therefore it's not good for anything
  282. Aug 05 2008: Who's responsible?
  283. Aug 04 2008: Is Wintel IT Expense a Giffen good?

  284. Aug 02 2008: Sony's S-Frame

  285. Aug 01 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
  286. Jul 31 2008: Considering a Windows Innovation Demo
  287. Jul 30 2008: The more things change
  288. Jul 29 2008: I need help: a website strategy and design issue
  289. Jul 28 2008: Learning from Walmart

  290. Jul 26 2008: WiFi, Cancer, and Legal Liability

  291. Jul 25 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
  292. Jul 24 2008: DTrace and the Linux bunker mentality
  293. Jul 23 2008: How to lose customers by not even trying
  294. Jul 22 2008: Apache's open source governance model
  295. Jul 21 2008: If sameness is a recipe for losing, how do you win?

  296. Jul 19 2008: The iPhone meets Journalism
    1. Jul 18 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
    2. Jul 17 2008: Dreams come true: network guy holds city hostage
    3. Jul 16 2008: Sun's ZFS/Flash initiative
    4. Jul 15 2008: Do problems with Wikipedia presage social networking's end?
    5. Jul 14 2008: In the information age, IT innovation means everything

    6. Jul 12 2008: From stunned outrage to stunned laughter in two seconds

    7. Jul 11 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
    8. Jul 10 2008: Reasons to buy a Mac
    9. Jul 09 2008: Harry Potter and the da Vinci book of Soduku
    10. Jul 08 2008: IT success stories
    11. Jul 07 2008: An IT productivity horror story

    12. Jul 05 2008: Internet Abuse and Cloud Computing

    13. Jul 03 2008: Helpdesks and productivity
    14. Jul 02 2008: Costing Sun Ray vs Wintel
    15. Jul 01 2008: Distributed decision making in IT
    16. Jun 30 2008: Getting magical results from IT

    17. Jun 27 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
    18. Jun 26 2008: All the things Sun Ray won't do
    19. Jun 25 2008: The top nine Sun Ray myths
    20. Jun 24 2008: What works, what doesn't
    21. Jun 23 2008: The #1 reason IT often fails to deliver value

    22. Jun 20 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
    23. Jun 19 2008: iPhones, PPC, and DLC
    24. Jun 18 2008: A visit to the Microsoft Newseum
    25. Jun 17 2008: Literate programming
    26. Jun 16 2008: Continuous prototyping

    27. Jun 13 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
    28. Jun 12 2008: Linuxworksbetter.org: A humble proposal
    29. Jun 11 2008: Openoffice vs Microsoft Office
    30. Jun 10 2008: Breaking the dialogues of the deaf
    31. Jun 09 2008: Thinking about multicore and software

    32. Jun 06 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
    33. Jun 05 2008: Can open source help liberate the bureaucracy?
    34. Jun 04 2008: Does OpenOffice.org fall short?
    35. Jun 03 2008: Oddball thinking about OOP
    36. Jun 02 2008: The tattered history of OOP

    37. May 30 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
    38. May 29 2008: More on the cost of change
    39. May 28 2008: (Stock) Market Alternatives for Sun
    40. May 27 2008: Market disconnects

    41. May 24 2008: Moody's Ooops! signals random crunch

    42. May 23 2008: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe
    43. May 22 2008: Adding up Sun's pieces
    44. May 21 2008: iCenter? Whaa! I want one, Now! Now!
    45. May 20 2008: RIP OLPC
    46. May 19 2008: Technology and the costs of change

    47. May 17 2008: Buying from the enemy

    48. May 16 2008: Introduction to BIT
    49. May 15 2008: What's wrong at OpenSolaris
    50. May 14 2008: Everything that can be invented has been invented
    51. May 13 2008: HP acquires EDS
    52. May 13 2008: Still ranting about interfaces
    53. May 12 2008: The application interface problem

    54. May 09 2008: A brief summary
    55. May 08 2008: An idea about teaching Linux to the MCSE community
    56. May 07 2008: Why many MCSEs can't learn Linux
    57. May 06 2008: It takes a thousand words
    58. May 05 2008: N-Tier: Rube Goldberg meets Wintel Scalability

    59. May 04 2008: Microsoft vs. Yahoo (2)

    60. May 02 2008: Questioning IT
    61. May 01 2008: A personal denial of service attack
    62. Apr 30 2008: Using mail for phishing
    63. Apr 29 2008: Why Client-server fails
    64. Apr 28 2008: RPG, PHP, and history

    65. Apr 26 2008: Betting that Apple will make PPC laptops again

    66. Apr 25 2008: Questioning IT
    67. Apr 24 2008: The view from stupid
    68. Apr 23 2008: Chomp: is Mactel eating Lintel?
    69. Apr 22 2008: Mainframer bites dog: attack Linux
    70. Apr 21 2008: Is OO a branch to nowhere?

    71. Apr 19 2008: A comment on Psystar

    72. Apr 18 2008: Questioning IT
    73. Apr 17 2008: The limits of responsibility
    74. Apr 16 2008: Hardware comparability in benchmarking
    75. Apr 15 2008: The obligatory "Victoria Falls" post
    76. Apr 14 2008: Fun with development languages

    77. Apr 11 2008: Questioning IT
    78. Apr 10 2008: "More SCI/tech headlines"
    79. Apr 09 2008: The purloined benchmark
    80. Apr 08 2008: An (Imaginary?) Hannaford Conspiracy
    81. Apr 07 2008: Is Java Windows for Unix?

    82. Apr 06 2008: That's a QED - on "odd internet risks"

    83. Apr 04 2008: Rewarding techies
    84. Apr 03 2008: User Perceptions and student jobs
    85. Apr 02 2008: A minority opinion ....
    86. Apr 01 2008: I've been fired!
    87. Mar 31 2008: Power costs and responses

    88. Mar 28 2008: Leadership vs. Management
    89. Mar 27 2008: The worst software failures are successes
    90. Mar 26 2008: So lets talk about bias and belief
    91. Mar 25 2008: Security metrics and issues
    92. Mar 24 2008: "Security": lintel vs wintel

    93. Mar 21 2008: Asking for comments on talkbacks

    94. Mar 21 2008: Leadership vs. Management
    95. Mar 20 2008: As others see us
    96. Mar 19 2008: Who benefits from data center centralization?
    97. Mar 18 2008: When Lintel beats Wintel
    98. Mar 17 2008: The tyranny of the majority

    99. Mar 14 2008: Hiring IT management
    100. Mar 13 2008: Internet personalities: looking at three political sites
    101. Mar 12 2008: Measuring TCO: Wintel vs Lintel
    102. Mar 11 2008: Alternate Universes: Unix vs MCSE
    103. Mar 10 2008: The PC vision was lost from the get-go

    104. Mar 08 2008: A quick comment on Singularity

    105. Mar 07 2008: Evaluating strategic IT plans
    106. Mar 06 2008: What 2.484564472E24 means for internet security
    107. Mar 05 2008: Costs: Wintel Vs. OpenSource
    108. Mar 04 2008: The meaning of Microsoft Server 2008
    109. Mar 03 2008: Advice for the MCSE: go back to school

    110. Feb 29 2008: A class of dangerous project proposals
    111. Feb 28 2008: Chapite! it's the truth
    112. Feb 27 2008: The worst PC myth of all
    113. Feb 26 2008: Revisiting the past - and finding the horse dead
    114. Feb 25 2008: Catching x86 between Rocks and Cells

    115. Feb 22 2008: Evaluating Large IT Project Proposals
    116. Feb 21 2008: Internet Forecast: scattered clouds, no rain
    117. Feb 20 2008: Audits and self-promotion
    118. Feb 19 2008: Transactional memory and Solaris

    119. Feb 17 2008: Dear Pamela jones
    120. Feb 15 2008: Brief: From Chapter 2
    121. Feb 14 2008: Tomorrow's internet (2)
    122. Feb 13 2008: Separating the bigots from the sheep
    123. Feb 12 2008: Really odd internet usage risks
    124. Feb 11 2008: Marauding headlines: a Linus Torvalds interview

    125. Feb 08 2008: Brief: From Chapter 2
    126. Feb 07 2008: The future of the Internet (1)
    127. Feb 06 2008: A thought about Utility Computing
    128. Feb 05 2008: An imaginary debate
    129. Feb 04 2008: And don't come back!

    130. Feb 02 2008: About that Yahoo deal

    131. Feb 01 2008: Brief: From Chapter Two
    132. Jan 31 2008: An existence theorem for the internet age
    133. Jan 30 2008: About Windows Server 2008
    134. Jan 29 2008: A difference in philosophy
    135. Jan 28 2008: To form an us

    136. Jan 25 2008: Brief: From Chapter one
    137. Jan 24 2008: Hey, I love you too, guy
    138. Jan 23 2008: MacOS and the Linux desktop lunch
    139. Jan 22 2008: Fun with Sun and Forbes
    140. Jan 21 2008: The pundits predict

    141. Jan 18 2008: Brief: From Chapter one
    142. Jan 17 2008: Dueling punchlines: more effects as causes?
    143. Jan 16 2008: Auditor news you didn't want to hear
    144. Jan 15 2008: Fun with business inteligence
    145. Jan 14 2008: BI: where 90% of everything is ... crosstabs

    146. Jan 11 2008: Brief: From Chapter one
    147. Jan 10 2008: Unlucky lady
    148. Jan 09 2008: Irony and the GLITCH/OS
    149. Jan 08 2008: Once more on SCO
    150. Jan 07 2008: Attack journalism: an iPhone example

    151. Jan 04 2008: The Defenestration Series
    152. Jan 03 2008: Social networks vs. the tribe of Mary-Beth
    153. Jan 02 2008: Hot money makers for 2008
    154. Dec 31 2007: Trying to predict 2008

    155. Dec 27 2007: Top ten for 2007
    156. Dec 26 2007: Re-run from Jun 18 2007
    157. Dec 24 2007: Re-run from January 8 2007

    158. Dec 21 2007: "Back that truck up"
    159. Dec 20 2007: Wide finder redux
    160. Dec 19 2007: Windows, Linux, and the Kyoto Climate Protocols
    161. Dec 18 2007: Tragicomic fixations: refusing to know what you don't know
    162. Dec 17 2007: Paranoia, money, and research

    163. Dec 14 2007: My 2007 predictions - wrong, wrong, and wrong
    164. Dec 13 2007: Imagining the ideal demonstration project
    165. Dec 12 2007: The google time share signal
    166. Dec 11 2007: Measuring green opportunities
    167. Dec 10 2007: Greening your pitch

    168. Dec 07 2007: I'd suggest Linux - but..
    169. Dec 06 2007: Cost comparison: Solaris/SPARC vs Linux/x8
    170. Dec 05 2007: Domino vs. Exchange - the personal picture
    171. Dec 04 2007: The missing demonstration project
    172. Dec 03 2007: "It all fits" ?

    173. Nov 30 2007: Linux vs. Unix
    174. Nov 29 2007: Advice to a former client
    175. Nov 28 2007: The Personal computer as seen from Indianapolis, Wolfsburg, and points intermediate
    176. Nov 27 2007: More on Illinois
    177. Nov 26 2007: The Microsoft fact in Illinois

    178. Nov 23 2007: The effect of exchange rates on out-sourcing
    179. Nov 21 2007: Overdue correspondence
    180. Nov 20 2007: SPAM: the next wave
    181. Nov 19 2007: Asked and counted

    182. Nov 16 2007: Is the PC losing relevance?
    183. Nov 15 2007: Server to server: MacOS X vs. Linux
    184. Nov 14 2007: National Security and the PC
    185. Nov 13 2007: Apple Leopard Reviews
    186. Nov 12 2007: The Stereo Analogy

    187. Nov 08 2007: Smart Storage
    188. Nov 07 2007: So what's an application, anyway?
    189. Nov 06 2007: User precision
    190. Nov 05 2007: A programming proposition

    191. Nov 02 2007: Benefits from Space
    192. Nov 01 2007: What I want for Christmas
    193. Oct 31 2007: The relational mistake
    194. Oct 30 2007: Programming Heresy
    195. Oct 29 2007: "Terminal" isn't a four letter word

    196. Oct 26 2007: First, nandi paidhinn, get a clue
    197. Oct 25 2007: The last word on AIX vs. Solaris is "Linux"
    198. Oct 24 2007: AIX vs Solaris (5)
    199. Oct 23 2007: AIX vs. Solaris (4)
    200. Oct 22 2007: Aix vs Solaris (3)

    201. Oct 19 2007: Parsing a comment from a backroom boy
    202. Oct 18 2007: Solaris vs AIX (2)
    203. Oct 17 2007: Solaris vs AIX (1)
    204. Oct 16 2007: Reliability: the biggest challenge of all
    205. Oct 15 2007: A Linux/FOSS opportunity

    206. Oct 12 2007: IBM's Linux contributions
    207. Oct 11 2007: A Linux defeat
    208. Oct 10 2007: Consultant disease: not knowing what you don't know
    209. Oct 09 2007: Sun's storage move
    210. Oct 08 2007: Culture gaps and herd effects

    211. Oct 05 2007: Learning from failure
    212. Oct 04 2007: One neck to choke
    213. Oct 03 2007: Seven reasons to go Sun Ray
    214. Oct 02 2007: Does listening signal commitment?
    215. Oct 01 2007: Making the case for change

    216. Sep 28 2007: Is Linux innovative?
    217. Sep 27 2007: The $100 server nightmare
    218. Sep 26 2007: A use for x86 virtualization?
    219. Sep 25 2007: Why desktop Linux really hasn't (yet) succeeded
    220. Sep 24 2007: Re: "7 Reasons Why Linux Won't Succeed On The Desktop"

    221. Sep 21 2007: The most exciting thing in IT
    222. Sep 20 2007: Advising the rebellion
    223. Sep 19 2007: The sysadmin job: what's changed in ten years
    224. Sep 18 2007: An encounter with a former colleague
    225. Sep 17 2007: Same old - Same old - and we're not learning from it

    226. Sep 14 2007: Is using less energy green?
    227. Sep 13 2007: Barcelona, T2, and Tigerton
    228. Sep 12 2007: SAB vs IEED
    229. Sep 11 2007: JAVA vs SUNW
    230. Sep 10 2007: Reviewing X-box and PS3 Games

    231. Sep 07 2007: The village cop - in the global village
    232. Sep 06 2007: sep06_07.html:on SAB by Erik Engbrecht
    233. Sep 05 2007: sep05_07.html:Bias and Kantor's Intel CSI analysis
    234. Sep 04 2007: sep04_07.html:The T2 and media reaction

    235. Aug 31 2007: Why some Wintel support people hate Apple
    236. Aug 30 2007: Consulting objectivity
    237. Aug 29 2007: Embedded experience as primary software determinant
    238. Aug 28 2007: TV's subliminal tech messages
    239. Aug 27 2007: "We're working on it"

    240. Aug 24 2007: The UltraSPARC T2 and file security
    241. Aug 23 2007: Solid American Brass
    242. Aug 22 2007: Consolidation and utilisation
    243. Aug 21 2007: Virtualization? uh huh.
    244. Aug 20 2007: huh? knowing what I don't know

    245. Aug 17 2007: A dumb prediction: IBM will buy HP's Unix customers
    246. Aug 16 2007: Linux vs Solaris
    247. Aug 15 2007: What mainframe Linux costs
    248. Aug 14 2007: Mainframe Linux
    249. Aug 13 2007: Linux is Unix

    250. Aug 12 2007: A comment about SCO/Novell

    251. Aug 10 2007: More on: Linux vs Windows
    252. Aug 09 2007: Database vs. Application
    253. Aug 08 2007: The development environment
    254. Aug 07 2007: Using yesterday to see tomorrow
    255. Aug 03 2007: iSense? Got'em? SASPO? IEED?

    256. Aug 03 2007: The homeowner's guide to systems development
    257. Aug 02 2007: Technology strategies and applications
    258. Aug 01 2007: Getting your new Unix server
    259. Jul 31 2007: Unopposable Linux vs immovable ignorance
    260. Jul 30 2007: Leveraging Linux to sell yourself

    261. Jul 27 2007: Popsicles vs Fruitsicles
    262. Jul 26 2007: Appliance computing
    263. Jul 25 2007: Why desktop Linux fails
    264. Jul 24 2007: What really drives PC churn?
    265. Jul 23 2007: Judging development project quality

    266. Jul 20 2007: Fatal Attractions: technology, judgement, and the big four
    267. Jul 19 2007: Hacking the productivity axe
    268. Jul 18 2007: Sell Magic
    269. Jul 17 2007: Trying to clarify the Sun Ray difference
    270. Jul 16 2007: Securing the PC

    271. Jul 13 2007: Idiot frustrations
    272. Jul 12 2007: More on the Windows work process
    273. Jul 11 2007: How "Wintel thinking" reduces productivity
    274. Jul 10 2007: Staffing for Linux, not distribution X
    275. Jul 09 2007: Compromise

    276. Jul 06 2007: Bias is a wonderful thing
    277. Jul 05 2007: HP vs. Compaq: the 100,000 foot financial view
    278. Jul 04 2007: Captain Cyborg and the Problem of Evil
    279. Jul 03 2007: The right way for Sun to deal with Wall Street
    280. Jul 02 2007: "Mainframes, IFL, and Linux"
    281. Jul 02 2007: Holiday re-runs

    282. June 29 2007: How to make millions as a hacker
    283. June 28 2007: Laptop security
    284. June 27 2007: Reactions to threats
    285. June 26 2007: Attack at buffer point
    286. June 25 2007: Security issues

    287. June 22 2007: A consequence of convergence?
    288. June 21 2007: Embedded: Unix vs Windows
    289. June 20 2007: Shadows over Linux
    290. June 19 2007: Torvalds doesn't live in Indiana
    291. June 18 2007: The State of Unix

    292. June 15 2007: Hiring Qualms
    293. June 14 2007: Organizational shadows over the hiring decision
    294. June 13 2007: Aceing the job interview
    295. June 12 2007: Testilying on your resume<
    296. June 11 2007: My Job Hunt (By Roger Ramjet)

    297. June 08 2007: The Microsoft-Novel deal
    298. June 07 2007: Ideal languages
    299. June 06 2007: Could you say "Unix" in Ada?
    300. June 05 2007: Multiplying "Hello World"
    301. June 04 2007: Is software a form of applied mathematics?

    302. June 01 2007: Your license? or mine?
    303. May 31 2007: The CDDL example
    304. May 30 2007: FSF political discoloration
    305. May 29 2007: Licensing and open source beliefs

    306. May 25 2007: Does reliability matter?
    307. May 24 2007: MugYourSelf?
    308. May 23 2007: Dreaming up a new defence contractor
    309. May 22 2007: 404: not founded in reality?
    310. May 21 2007: Cheerfully spreading paranoia

    311. May 18 2007: Top ten things you don't want to hear in IT
    312. May 17 2007: Things we need to learn more about
    313. May 16 2007: 6 steps to IT management freedom
    314. May 15 2007: Failing to cross the great divide
    315. May 14 2007: About us

    316. May 11 2007: Ostracism and ghettoization
    317. May 10 2007: MacTel's carbon footprint
    318. May 09 2007: Linux is not Windows: but wants to be
    319. May 08 2007: The great divide
    320. May 07 2007: Fear and loathing in the echo chamber

    321. May 04 2007: Insecurity by Obscurity
    322. May 03 2007: Technology Adoption and Force Majeur
    323. May 02 2007: Reflections on a click by sham by Mike Cox
    324. May 01 2007: Free, as in responsible
    325. Apr 30 2007: Chess is not Checkers

    326. Apr 27 2007: Linux, Microsoft, and the $3 desktop
    327. Apr 26 2007: That Linux thing - where's the vision?
    328. Apr 25 2007: Some damage control opportunities at Sun
    329. Apr 24 2007: Sun's middle management
    330. Apr 23 2007: back Channel communications and blogging

    331. Apr 20 2007: Comments from Sun founders
    332. Apr 19 2007: From Sun 1 to T5240
    333. Apr 18 2007: On re-inventing the internet
    334. Apr 17 2007: A stray thought about the missing Ux86
    335. Apr 16 2007: OpenBSD vs. Windows

    336. Apr 13 2007: Raising a doubt
    337. Apr 12 2007: Benchmarks: Intel vs AMD
    338. Apr 11 2007: Know COM/VBA? Good, I need some help here
    339. Apr 10 2007: x86 security
    340. Apr 09 2007: Not Steganography anyway

    341. Apr 05 2007: Sun's dilemma
    342. Apr 04 2007: The joys of Java
    343. Apr 03 2007: OS rankings
    344. Apr 02 2007: Sun's worst enemy: Sun

    345. Mar 30 2007: The origin of Unix
    346. Mar 29 2007: Microsoft's penultimates
    347. Mar 28 2007: Programming Languages
    348. Mar 27 2007: An ecommerce parable
    349. Mar 26 2007: Groklaw vs. the cookie jar

    350. Mar 23 2007: Resolved: Unix disrupts organizations by flattening hierarchies
    351. Mar 22 2007: Windows vs. Unix: the resolution
    352. Mar 21 2007: Be it resolved: trial and approve
    353. Mar 20 2007: Resolved: Vista hesitation equals Linux opportunity
    354. Mar 19 2007: Be it resolved: project approvals

    355. Mar 16 2007: Risks, disclosure, and IT
    356. Mar 15 2007: AMD gets knifed - by the press
    357. Mar 14 2007: Legal risks and ediscovery
    358. Mar 13 2007: ah, so what's a billion, or two?
    359. Mar 12 2007: SCO vs. IBM: clarity as push gets to shove

    360. Mar 09 2007: And what exactly is wrong with that?
    361. Mar 08 2007: IT: where success fails, and failure succeeds
    362. Mar 07 2007: Windows vs. Unix, part duh!
    363. Mar 06 2007: Zune and the uplift wars
    364. Mar 05 2007: Re-labelling Sun Ray to sell

    365. Mar 02 2007: What users care about (5)
    366. Mar 01 2007: What users care about (4)
    367. Feb 28 2007: What users care about (3)
    368. Feb 27 2007: What users care about (2)
    369. Feb 26 2007: What users care about (1)

    370. Feb 23 2007: Your expense = my revenue
    371. Feb 22 2007: Decisions, Decisions
    372. Feb 21 2007: Intel's 80 core CPU
    373. Feb 20 2007: Targeting development for future markets

    374. Feb 16 2007: Virtualization: IT's own global warming
    375. Feb 15 2007: Bringing those dollars home
    376. Feb 14 2007: Prediction markets and the madness of crowds
    377. Feb 13 2007: Solaris on IBM Power7?
    378. Feb 12 2007: Dear Steve, about that iPhone

    379. Feb 09 2007: Fiction as causation
    380. Feb 08 2007: UFOs, Global Warming, and AI
    381. Feb 07 2007: Making AI work
    382. Feb 06 2007: Reading the Times - about Intel
    383. Feb 05 2007: An "extended" conversation with Bill Gates

    384. Feb 02 2007: Ya -you know, what he said
    385. Feb 01 2007: Building your own supercomputer
    386. Jan 31 2007: Petascale
    387. Jan 30 2007: Out of context patterns
    388. Jan 29 2007: Scale, language, and perceptional change

    389. Jan 26 2007: Pop Quiz Friday
    390. Jan 25 2007: Snarky Juxtapositions
    391. Jan 24 2007: Five things the techpress isn't talking about
    392. Jan 23 2007: Only 256 threads? naaaa
    393. Jan 22 2007: Details in tech journalism - a Sunny example

    394. Jan 19 2007: In IT, you can't tell incompetence from fraud
    395. Jan 18 2007: Crushing dreams
    396. Jan 17 2007: Why IT doesn't meet expectations
    397. Jan 16 2007: Ethics? what's that gonna cost me?
    398. Jan 15 2007: A challenge in fraud detection

    399. Jan 12 2007: Another 10-Q gem
    400. Jan 11 2007: Mactel: 22 Kits, 161 patches
    401. Jan 10 2007: Those cheaper Apples
    402. Jan 9 2007: Apple's iPhone
    403. Jan 9 2007: Free Laptops for lapdogs
    404. Jan 8 2007: Linux: no longer a winner?

    405. Jan 5 2007: Something by Ben Schaffer
    406. Jan 4 2007: Heads I win - tails? not my problem.
    407. Jan 2 2007: Unix vs. Windows or: sometimes a fool is just a fool
    408. Jan 2 2007: For 2007? Guilt.

    409. dec 28 2006: What will happen with IT in 2007?
    410. dec 27 2006: What happened in IT in 2006?

    411. dec 22 2006: Happy Holidays
    412. dec 21 2006: Visiting the bookstore
    413. dec 20 2006: ZFS, HW RAID, and expensive mis-apprehensions
    414. dec 19 2006: A speculation about parallelism
    415. dec 18 2006: Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss

    416. dec 15 2006: MacTel: "the real story"
    417. dec 14 2006: Cringley, MacTel, and nutty theories
    418. dec 13 2006: Is it Dell vs. SPEC? or Dell vs. Linux?
    419. dec 12 2006: TPC is so last millennium?
    420. dec 11 2006: Niagara2 - will blow away SQL-Server Clusters

    421. dec 08 2006: The technoblind conservative
    422. dec 07 2006: "HP promises Unix improvements" uhuh
    423. dec 06 2006: Crime on Paper
    424. dec 05 2006: Dear Diary
    425. dec 04 2006: If Microsoft made cars

    426. dec 01 2006: Uses for supercomputers
    427. nov 30 2006: Who's afraid of parallelism?
    428. nov 29 2006: PS3 based super-computing cluster on Linux
    429. nov 28 2006: Why Microsoft will distribute SuSe
    430. nov 27 2006: Microsoft Vista and security

    431. nov 23 2006: Interpreting more gotten facts
    432. nov 22 2006: Getting more facts
    433. nov 21 2006: A Microsoft sponsored, anti-Linux, case study

    434. nov 17 2006: How important is "Blackbox"
    435. nov 16 2006: Comprehension and Retention
    436. nov 15 2006: Protected by Microsoft
    437. nov 14 2006: Evoting
    438. nov 13 2006: A global avalanche

    439. nov 10 2006: The PDA of my desiring
    440. nov 09 2006: Computers in Education
    441. nov 08 2006: Killing off SPAM
    442. nov 07 2006: Unix Education
    443. nov 06 2006: Xserve vs "Thumper"

    444. nov 03 2006: What!? just froze over?
    445. nov 02 2006: Disk drive price change
    446. nov 01 2006: The worst Wintel impact of all
    447. oct 31 2006: A unified point of control
    448. oct 30 2006: The joys of identity management

    449. oct 27 2006: Privacy, politics, and technology
    450. oct 26 2006: Education
    451. oct 25 2006: The top five VC proposals I'd like to write
    452. oct 24 2006: Who's afraid of identity?
    453. oct 23 2006: Feeling terribly inadequate

    454. oct 20 2006: Google's youtube purchase
    455. oct 19 2006: Evoting
    456. oct 18 2006: Evoting
    457. oct 17 2006: MS, open source, and IBM
    458. oct 16 2006: Evoting

    459. oct 13 2006: Scary bloggie
    460. oct 12 2006: Who owns Solaris?
    461. oct 11 2006: Why Microsoft's future OS could be open source
    462. oct 10 2006: Traditional development and open source
    463. oct 09 2006: Development and organisational issues

    464. oct 06 2006: The importance of Solaris 10
    465. oct 05 2006: Blogging rings and The Truth
    466. oct 04 2006: The long green
    467. oct 03 2006: Is that a dagger I see before me?
    468. oct 02 2006: A weak of rants

    469. Sep 29 2006: What, no 5GLs?
    470. Sep 28 2006: 4GL Errors and Consequences
    471. Sep 27 2006: 4Gls
    472. Sep 26 2006: Development vs. Coding
    473. Sep 25 2006: L'Unix programming contest

    474. Sep 22 2006: Coding as art
    475. Sep 21 2006: Programming language choices
    476. Sep 20 2006: Thirty men, one well
    477. Sep 19 2006: Prototyping
    478. Sep 18 2006: Development work and team size

    479. Sep 15 2006: The trouble with idiots
    480. Sep 14 2006: An idea from 1997 - needed now
    481. Sep 13 2006: PPC: IBM's ace is Games King
    482. Sep 12 2006: Cooltreads and Optimization
    483. Sep 11 2006: The good old days - are back

    484. Sep 08 2006: Defining the "wry" in wry comment
    485. Sep 07 2006: An odd e-voting bit
    486. Sep 06 2006: Rocks, light places, and SunOS 3.1
    487. Sep 05 2006: Is IT IS?

    488. Sep 01 2006: What no-axe said
    489. Aug 31 2006: Politics, technology, and doubt by association
    490. Aug 30 2006: More on PPC Vs. x86
    491. Aug 29 2006: Now, about that G5
    492. Aug 28 2006: Dempsey, Woodcrest, and the G5 Mac

    493. Aug 25 2006: A surprise from Communications of the ACM
    494. Aug 24 2006: Corporate loyalties and the temporal disconnect
    495. Aug 23 2006: Relative Mac Pro pricing
    496. Aug 22 2006: Serious nerds, doing serious things
    497. Aug 21 2006: Another reason x86 is in trouble

    498. Aug 18 2006: Questioning backup
    499. Aug 17 2006: Using disaster avoidance to drive change
    500. Aug 16 2006: Personal Disasters
    501. Aug 15 2006: Disaster avoidance and recovery
    502. Aug 14 2006: The (traditional) disaster recovery plan

    503. Aug 11 2006: Free as in unfettered
    504. Aug 10 2006: IT role conceptualizations
    505. Aug 09 2006: Taking the Devil's dollar
    506. Aug 08 2006: Apple, My Apple
    507. Aug 06 2006: Trip Report

    508. Jul 24 2006: Packing and moving
    509. Jul 25 2006: Introduction to the Sun Ray
    510. Jul 26 2006: Costs Relative to Client-Server
    511. Jul 27 2006: Why do it (Corporate perspective)
    512. Jul 28 2006: Guest blog (Roger Ramjet on distributed computing alternative).

    513. Jul 31 2006: Sun Ray Server 4.0 software
    514. Aug 01 2006: Managing the Sun Ray Business architecture
    515. Aug 02 2006: Evolution, risks and controls
    516. Aug 03 2006: User management view
    517. Aug 04 2006: Futures and Alternatives

    518. July 21 2006: When scripts become program
    519. July 20 2006: Something Erik Said
    520. July 19 2006: Sears Appliance Repair - the way it should be
    521. July 18 2006: If Linux is free - why is it so expensive?
    522. July 17 2006: Bill Gates, Programmer?

    523. July 14 2006: Hey, whatcha you looking at, sales dude?
    524. July 13 2006: Hey, where's my truth tester, voter dude?
    525. July 12 2006: Hey, where's my applications app, dude?
    526. July 11 2006: So where's my smart search, dude?
    527. July 10 2006: Hey, where's my (search) app, dude?
    528. July 07 2006: A CIO taxonomy
    529. July 06 2006: Hiring IT management
    530. July 05 2006: Sapped to the max: non partisan research
    531. July 03 2006: What Ozzie knows
    532. Jun 30 2006: On the shoulders of genius
    533. Jun 29 2006: Games
    534. Jun 28 2006: I can do it
    535. Jun 27 2006: Satisfaction and open source
    536. Jun 26 2006: The forces that move us
    537. Jun 23 2006: It's obvious, therefore it's true
    538. Jun 22 2006: Middle Management
    539. Jun 21 2006: Failure of Leadership
    540. Jun 20 2006: Applications Modelling
    541. Jun 19 2006: Things that Retard
    542. Jun 16 2006: Welcome Back Compaq
    543. Jun 15 2006: Defending Linux against Wingots
    544. Jun 14 2006: Lurking in the mud: a warning for Linux
    545. Jun 13 2006: Apple Vistas
    546. Jun 12 2006: Microsoft Deja Review
    547. Jun 09 2006: Alan Cooper, interface design, and complexity
    548. Jun 08 2006: application interfaces
    549. Jun 07 2006: RDBMS Applications
    550. Jun 06 2006: The meaning of "relational"
    551. Jun 05 2006: SMP/CMT, ZFS, and RDBMS internals
    552. jun 02 2006: Quacking the SPARC barrier
    553. jun 01 2006: IT Customer Service
    554. May 31 2006: What makes a good GUI?
    555. May 30 2006: The customization trap
    556. May 26 2006: The cost of a bicycle
    557. May 25 2006: Smart Displays and Productivity (2)
    558. May 24 2006: Smart Displays and Productivitya (1)
    559. May 23 2006: How to gain competitive advantage from IT
    560. May 22 2006: Virtualization
    561. May 19 2006: Competitive advantage and cost centers
    562. May 18 2006: And then., there's Mactel
    563. May 17 2006: That SCO mess
    564. May 16 2006: Mainframe Linux
    565. May 15 2006: Revisiting the Mainframe
    566. May 12 2006: Morally Wrong, eh?
    567. May 11 2006: The top ten most influential (IT) technologies today
    568. May 10 2006: A sneaky use for the Sun Grid
    569. May 09 2006: Why open oource works for Solaris
    570. May 08 2006: Stuff that works
    571. May 05 2006: Paul Murphy, UncleBunny's, and IT alignment
    572. May 04 2006: Top Ten senior management IT mistakes
    573. May 03 2006: Software Services and Competitive Advantage
    574. May 02 2006: The right way for Sun to deal with Wall Street
    575. May 01 2006: Arranging the DEC chairs at HP
    576. April 28 2006: Fanzines, fantasies, and facts
    577. April 27 2006: Using SOX to devalue computing
    578. April 26 2006: Is Linux displacing Solaris?
    579. April 25 2006: Observing the road warrior
    580. April 24 2006: T2000 Blog Reviews
    581. April 21 2006: Normative issues in the Cocoon strategy
    582. April 20 2006: How to displace Microsoft Office
    583. April 19 2006: The only answer to PC insecurity
    584. April 18 2006: The problem at Sun: is in the middle
    585. April 17 2006: The problem at Sun isn't at the top
    586. April 13 2006: another Mac comment
    587. April 12 2006: Bootcamp: end of the beginning or beginning of the end?
    588. April 11 2006: Credit transactions without identification
    589. April 10 2006: 10 vs. 10
    590. April 07 2006: APL, COBOL, & Dijkstra
    591. April 06 2006: When desktop Linux makes a difference
    592. April 05 2006: Solaris x86 experience predicts security disaster
    593. April 04 2006: SOX, highschool, and assurance
    594. April 03 2006: sWaPing out the data center
    595. Mar 31 2006: Red Hat's business model
    596. Mar 30 2006: Office vs. Office
    597. Mar 29 2006: The Non IT, IT boss, Isn't
    598. Mar 28 2006: Hasta La vista Secure TPM
    599. Mar 27 2006: The Gartner Rules: Linux, Sun Ray, and Windows/XP
    600. Mar 24 2006: Copyrights, DRM, and networks?
    601. Mar 23 2006: Here Jini, Here Jini, Jini, jini
    602. Mar 22 2006: The Solaris security record
    603. Mar 21 2006: The IT Commandments: #1 Thou Shalt Honor and Empower thy (Unix) Sysadmins
    604. Mar 20 2006: DRM: AACS, DTCP-IP, and your rights to video content
    605. Mar 17 2006: Choosing America
    606. Mar 16 2006: BSD: agreeing with de Raadt
    607. Mar 15 2006: Outsourcing and the Debit Card hack
    608. Mar 14 2006: JDS: Another Chinese Lesson in Realtechnic?
    609. Mar 13 2006: The smartest dumb idea around

    610. Mar 10 2006: Packed graveyards. empty towns
    611. Mar 09 2006: Desktop Linux
    612. Mar 08 2006: Google's Market Vulnerability
    613. Mar 07 2006: Intel Macs: more fun with numbers
    614. Mar 06 2006: PA-RISC and the freedom to choose

    615. Mar 03 2006: What port security, patents, and out-sourcing have in common
    616. Mar 02 2006: Better MacOS X security numbers
    617. Mar 01 2006: Out-sourcing and Confidentiality
    618. Feb 28 2006: More on Out-sourcing
    619. Feb 27 2006: Disaster Recovery Planning and hardware change

    620. Feb 24 2006: Or, how I committed legacy, and got caught
    621. Feb 23 2006: Bring back my WABI, to me, to me
    622. Feb 22 2006: Part of the Itanic story
    623. Feb 21 2006: Thou Shalt Not Out-source
    624. Feb 20 2006: Trolling for page hits
    625. Feb 17 2006: (Friday alternate) How not to do web based customer support
    626. Feb 16 2006: A comparison of three Powerbooks
    627. Feb 15 2006: What Intel means for Apple
    628. Feb 14 2006: Astonishing numbers from freescale
    629. Feb 13 2006: Consolidating messaging on the Pod

    630. Feb 10 2006: Walt Mossberg on DRM
    631. Feb 09 2006: Standards V. Standardization
    632. Feb 08 2006: The four most common Unix security mistakes
    633. Feb 07 2006: The Megahertz Myth and the Ultrasparc T1
    634. Feb 06 2006: Responding to Readers

    635. Feb 04 2006: A minor travelogue
    636. Feb 03 2006: I get mail
    637. Feb 02 2006: Linux security
    638. Feb 01 2006: The costs of IE chauvenism
    639. Jan 31 2006: Using Cell: a modest proposal
    640. Jan 30 2006: That Boot time controversy
    641. Jan 27 2006: Embedded: a whole other world
    642. Jan 26 2006: The performance debate: Linux vs Windows
    643. Jan 25 2006: PHPSurveyor: an appreciation
    644. Jan 25 2006: Gone falling: Boss in charge
    645. Jan 24 2006: Recertifying CERT
    646. Jan 23 2006: The lesson in POD configuration

    647. Jan 20 2006: Hewitt on Blogging
    648. Jan 19 2006: A paragraph on Cell
    649. Jan 18 2006: Why Cert should be decertified (2)
    650. Jan 17 2006: Selling the pod
    651. Jan 16 2006: Pod Configuration
    652. Jan 13 2006: Microsoft's advice: when all else fails: lie about performance
    653. Jan 12 2006: "4.26" Desperation Decoded
    654. Jan 11 2006: A tale of two tricycles
    655. Jan 10 2006: Why CERT should be decertified
    656. Jan 09 2006: Migrating Sybase
    657. Jan 06 2006: It's Its, its' ... Apostrophic!
    658. Jan 05 2006: If you were a Unix, what would you be?
    659. Jan 04 2006: The Pod: software issues
    660. Jan 03 2006: Help needed on Sun POD design and cost
    661. Jan 02 2006: Top ten predictions for 2006

    662. Dec 29 2005: Missouri 0: Toronto 1
    663. Dec 27 2005: Oracle to give away Sun Servers
    664. Dec 23 2005: SANS top 20 Lists
    665. Dec 21 2005: Solaris Sucks, AIX Rulz!
    666. Dec 20 2005 : The top ten reasons people work in IT
    667. Dec 19 2005: Navy orders gates to Install Solaris/SPARC with Sun Rays
    668. Dec 16 2005: Captain Cyborg
    669. Dec 15 2005: Xbox 360
    670. Dec 14 2005: Finding the bad guys
    671. Dec 13 2005: National ID cards
    672. Dec 12 2005: National ID cards
    673. Dec 09 2005: never too late
    674. Dec 08 2005: ZFS vs Apple X-RAID
    675. Dec 07 2005: Bursting iBonds
    676. Dec 06 2005: MacOS X on Linux?
    677. Dec 05 2005: Apple Rumors
    678. Dec 02 2005: Devcon on cost
    679. Dec 01 2005: Hoser tests
    680. Nov 29 2005: Media response to ZFS
    681. Nov 30 2005: Sobering up
    682. Nov 28 2005: Security Innovations - Not!
    683. Nov 24 2005: Thanksgiving
    684. Nov 23 2005: Kill it with Hardware
    685. Nov 22 2005: OASIS? ODL? XML? Whaaaaa!!
    686. Nov 21 2005: Documentation and identity
    687. Nov 18 2005: Greg to Steve..
    688. Nov 17 2005: Windows Smilies
    689. Nov 16 2005: Sun's worst enemy: Sun PR?
    690. Nov 15 2005: IBM Cell, IBM Linux?
    691. Nov 14 2005: *&^%$ Computers!
    692. Nov 11 2005: A poster for the roses
    693. Nov 10 2005: The Risk driver
    694. Nov 09 2005: OpenSolaris: a mistake?
    695. Nov 08 2005: Unix beats Windows - says Microsoft!
    696. Nov 07 2005: The x86 fashion statement
    697. Nov 04 2005: Land Value taxation and the Stock market
    698. Nov 03 2005: SCO's Latest Filing (not done yet)
    699. Nov 02 2005: Linux vs. Unix
    700. Nov 01 2005: Open Source Costs in Schools
    701. Oct 31 2005: Sun's LBO Rumor
    702. Oct 28 2005: Lessons from a child's riddle
    703. Oct 27 2005: The cheapest Ray of Sunshine
    704. Oct 26 2005: The right attitude for the job
    705. Oct 25 2005: Pricing: one reason IBM is glad to see Apple go
    706. Oct 24 2005: "Better, Faster, Cheaper"
    707. Oct 21 2005: Rx for Linux: Growing Staff
    708. Oct 20 2005: Rx for Linux: Telearb
    709. Oct 19 2005: Rx for Linux: Licensing
    710. Oct 18 2005: Rx for Linux: Legal Issues
    711. Oct 17 2005: Rx for Linux: Measurement
    712. Oct 14 2005: A grab bag of odd thoughts
    713. Oct 13 2005: The Linux Killer Application (Beta 2)
    714. Oct 12 2005: Updating perceptions
    715. Oct 11 2005: SPAM, Phishing, and other trash tranmissions
    716. Oct 10 2005: The Google/Sun Alliance
    717. Oct 7 2005: And now a word from the usual suspects
    718. Oct 6 2005: Linux Support: the market share killer
    719. Oct 5 2005: Linux Licensing: barriers to developers
    720. Oct 4 2005: Linux: the Impediments to Success
    721. Oct 3 2005: Linux: The meaning of success
    722. Sep 30 2005: Markoff Book Review
    723. Sep 29 2005: x86 insecurity
    724. Sep 28 2005: Sun and Media
    725. Sep 27 2005: The Linux killer Application
    726. Sep 26 2005: Linux: turning Yes! into Noooo
    727. Sep 23 2005: What's in a name
    728. Sep 22 2005: Building the Unix Business Architecture
    729. Sep 21 2005: The Unix Business Architecture
    730. Sep 20 2005: Microsoft Recapitulates IBM
    731. Sep 19 2005: Network Computing: the Enterprise answer
    732. Sep 16 2005: Andy Bechtolsheim on Power
    733. (Part one) Future hardware and programming models
    734. Sep 15 2005: Peanuts
    735. Sep 14 2005: A question of demand
    736. Sep 13 2005: Are we stuck on stupid?
    737. Sep 12 2005: Linux: a prescription for dominance
    738. Sep 09 2005: A Sun blogs entry on Power Use
    739. Sep 08 2005: What Linux needs to Succeed
    740. Sep 07 2005: OpenSUSE Linux 10.0
    741. Sep 06 2005: Multi-core licensing and FEMA and IE
    742. Sep 02 2005: Matthew Dillon
    743. Sep 01 2005: If Linux is free
    744. Aug 31 2005: Interviews
    745. Aug 30 2005: Fortran vs. the Linux desktop
    746. Aug 29 2005: Brief request
    747. aug26 2005: Wayne Rosling
    748. aug25 2005: Resurrection Time?
    749. aug24 2005: Linux and macOS X on X360?
    750. aug23 2005: Comparing Sun to Dell
    751. aug22 2005: Apple, Intel, Hype, Reality
    752. aug19 2005: Ask Bloggy (2)
    753. aug19 2005: Ask Bloggy (1)
    754. aug18 2005: The Windows week that was
    755. aug17 2005: Politics, ET, and Global Warming
    756. aug16 2005: IBM's desktop vision
    757. aug15 2005: Re-thinking Backup
    758. aug 12 2005: Wicked Problems
    759. aug 11 2005: Murphy's Corolary to Moore's Law
    760. aug 10 2005: APL, Parallelism and a humble prediction
    761. aug 09 2005: Techi Quiz time: True or False?
    762. aug 07 2005: Ask Bloggy (1)
    763. aug 5 2005: Future technology: Kutaragi on Cell
    764. aug 4 2005: Microsoft guilty of global warming - McNealy
    765. aug 4 2005: The $20,000 hammer
    766. aug 3 2005: Moore's Law, RISC, and mis-understanding
    767. aug 2 2005: Apple's second shoe
    768. aug 1 2005: Comparing cost/benefit change: x86 vs. SPARC
    769. july 29 2005: The uncouth utterance of the people
    770. july 28 2005: Mass misrepresentations
    771. july 27 2005: Spreading the wealth Unity of Unix (special)
    772. july 26 2005: Power use
    773. july 25 2005: WiFi and Cancer Risks
    774. july 22 2005: Dennis Ritchie shows us how
    775. july 21b 2005: Half life of a PC
    776. july 21 2005: licemanager.com anyone?
    777. july 20 2005: Carrion call: HP reaches Buffalo Jump
    778. july 19 2005: Threats to Linux: acceptance and expertise
    779. july 18 2005: SCO: spin and counter spin
    780. july 15 2005: Computers and social change
    781. july 14 2005: How to monetise Open Source
    782. july 13 2005: Are MBA's bad for your business?
    783. july 12 2005: So where are they?
    784. july 11 2005: IT Innovation
    785. July 8 2005: A word from Rob Pike
    786. July 7 2005: StorageTek as honeypot
    787. July 6 2005: Jini, meet RFID, meet wish list
    788. July 5 2005: MCSEs and the employment relationship
    789. July 4 2005: Nichievo: re-visiting a lost Linux opportunity
    790. july 1 2005 "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways"
    791. June 30 2005 JDS: Another Chinese lesson in real technic?
    792. June 29 2005 Does Oracle have a demographics problem?
    793. June 28 2005 The neXt Peoplesoft?
    794. June 27 2005 Dollars and Zens
    795. June 25 2005 IIM: the Specter of Success
    796. June 24 2005 News from the Cell
    797. June 23 2005 PPC V. Intel: top 500 shows who's right
    798. june 22 2005 Benchmarks: I go figure
    799. june 21 2005 Counting Open Source Installs
    800. june 20 2005 Time Warner V. Google (counting eyeballs)
    801. June 17 2005 A comment from Michael Stonebraker
    802. June 16 2005 How to make a project fail (1)?
    803. June 15 2005 Computational Lingistics: Do I need a cop?
    804. June 14 2005 From Ingres to EnterpriseDB
    805. June 13 2005 MS to EU? Up for some deja vu?
    806. June 10 2005 Linus on licensing - circa 1998
    807. June 9 2005 Being smart about Linux on your Resume
    808. June 8 2005 The biggest mystery in Linux history
    809. June 7, 2005 Apple/intel comment
    810. June 6 2005 Ok, where did the billion dollars go?
    811. June 5 2005 Microsoft dumps Longhorn, licenses MacOS X
    812. June 3 2005 A history lesson from Bill Joy
    813. June 2 2005 Consolidation (Part2)
    814. June 1 2005 No honor among thieves?
    815. May 31 2005 The FBI's recipe for failure
    816. May 30 2005 Seeing the Cell coming
    817. May 27 2005 Another "Insight" bit
    818. May 26 2005 Consolidation (Part One)
    819. May 25 2005 Anti-Linux strategy predicts Longhorn insecurity?
    820. May 24 2005 Is the Nexus the next Registry?
    821. May 23 2005 Will Apple go Intel?
    822. May 23 2005 Money, and the other 99 schools
    823. May 20 2005 Message from a Mac User
    824. May 19 2005 Outsourcing Guilt
    825. May 18 2005 Where's the wetware?
    826. May 17 2005 Bye Bye x86
    827. May 16 2005 Microsoft to buy Red hat? Say it haint so!