Presidential Candidates and New Ways of Reaching Out

By Sean McDonald Contributing Writer, [GAS] The Washington Post had an interesting article yesterday regarding how campaigns are changing the way they reach out and communicate with potential supporters/voters. If you have a chance to read it, pay attention to how the candidates are fine-tuning their MySpace profiles. Since I’ve had this in my drafts […]


Monday Morning Links Serving: The March 26th Edition

–Top 10 Firefox Extensions to Improve your Productivity 10 great Firfox extensions that can truly improve your productivity. –101 Shareware and Freeware Programs Every Nerd Needs How can a person limit juicy downloads to 101 freeware and shareware choices? Tough calls, but these tools are ones that every nerd needs, or at least should ponder. […]

Google: Don’t be Evil?

Is it possible that Google, which from the 1st minute of existence had the motto of “Don’t be Evil,” is slowly moving away from their initial philosophy? So, what do you guys think? I’d love to hear your thoughts on this, but before expressing your opinion, start by watching this quick video. Ok, now that […]

Dungeons & Dragons, Networks and IT

Our friends at Network Performance Daily (Anyone who has us in their blogroll is our friend!) have recently pubbed an interesting editorial taking a look at how IT managers could make their level 40 sysadmins team more effective by analyzing how a typical Dungeons & Dragons game is played. The greatest barrier to creativity is […]

How to Stop the “Dilbertization” of Information Technology

For those of you who have been working in IT for a while, you probably noticed that your job isn’t as fun as it used to be a few years ago, and there’s a reason for that. eWeek has a great piece this weekend discussing the many factors that are causing the “Dilbertization”of workplaces and […]

Commodore Rises from its Ashes

Most of you probably remember the C=64, a legendary computer system that ruled the 80’s, and for some people, still brings a tear to their eyes when they hear about the name. If you were a die-hard C=64 or Amiga fan, I’m sure you already dreamt about Commodore coming back into business right? Well you […]

KILL THEM ALL! – 300 Reviewed

If you’re asking yourself whether you should go see Hollywood’s latest blockbuster “300” or not, fellow blogger Ed has just pubbed a very informative and funny review of the movie on his blog, the Ededition. Definitely worth a look for all you action lovers out there. Let’s get one thing straight. If you’re going for […]

Career in Computer Science – MS Research (Video)

The folks at Microsoft Research Lab have just produced this funky futuristic video exploring the possibilities of a career in Computer Science. Enjoy the show.