Welcome to my blog...it is just a bunch of random notes to myself, for myself, and if it happens to help someone else...cool.
I am currently working for a large consulting company which supports a national nonprofit organization with 23000 workstations and 250 configuration servers.
One day after the spectacular public offering of virtualization company VMware, Citrix Systems on Wednesday said that it intends to acquire open-source virtualization company XenSource for about $500 million.
My favorite podcast by far was Richard Muller's "Physics for Future Presidents" from Berkley webcast/courses. In the course I learned so much about the general concepts of Physics, including my favorite lectures on how nuclear reactions work and radiation poisoning.
I don't like to normally modify my registry for minor tweaks. Especially on the Motorola Q because I have to reset it back to factory defaults every 3-4 months, but the Bluetooth file transfer settings don't work for me unless I modify where the files are being stored. That way I can use the 2 gig card and not run out of room caching everything under "My Documents" and then moving it.
I can now say that the Motorola Q works very well but only because of the modifications I use. Make sure to install TCMP to add a media player that will remember where you left off. I have only been able to listen to podcasts on this device because of that feature.