Archive for April, 2005


Saturday, April 30th, 2005

Just caught this thread on Gaim Forums. Edited juicy parts: User: When I receive messafes in Gaim 1.2.1 on Win XP, the font appears a lot smaller than it does in AOL IM or Dead AIM. Has anyone else encountered this or know a way to fix it? Admin: Yes. From Winaim (or “DeadAIM”‘s) buddy […]

Theme – Finally!

Wednesday, April 27th, 2005

When Vinish upgraded to WP 1.5 and then applied a theme, I too gave in and selected this excellent them called Orange Sky by Nao. Had to do some editing of the template files to make a few things working but I like what I have here. I might even keep it for some time. […]

The Razor9

Saturday, April 16th, 2005

So now I’m a contributing member at The Razor9. The razor9 is best described as a ‘collective blog’. A bunch of people, from all over the place, dropping in posts / links / information .. and random thoughts. This was started some time ago by Karan and has been lying in dormancy for most of […]

10 Minutes or Less!

Friday, April 15th, 2005

I have noticed that in work hours, I reply to all my business mail within 10 minutes of receiving them. It has not gone into 11th minute since the last 3 days that I started noticing it. That has to be good by some standard.

And The Ride Down Begins…

Tuesday, April 12th, 2005

Well, two months of a perpetual high at office finally comes to and end today. I’d been receiving positive feedback a bit too continuously and in large enough volumes to make me notice it and wonder what was up. I dreaded the ride down since I hate being target of a pointed finger. Wait! Let […]

You can’t delete those cookies, you Moron!

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

Maninder at office sent me over to Company Bypasses Cookie-Deleting Consumers story. The New York company on Thursday unveiled what it calls PIE, or persistent identification element, a technology that’s uploaded to a browser and restores deleted cookies. In addition, PIE, which can’t be easily removed, can also act as a cookie backup, since it […]

Expectations & Managing Them

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

What do you do when expectations of what is expected of you at work reach a point where going even further out of the way to accommodate them is not possible? Is it a good idea to put down your foot the first time you have to go out of the way to fulfil something, […]