Monthly Archives: January 2006

Blogging January

19 Posts, 2654 Words, 15 Images, 76 Technorati Tags, 1 Man Turns out January 2006 has been a great month for blogging for me. Note to self: Keep it up! Tags: blogging, blog, January

Continue reading →

Benchmarking Yourself

It is never a good idea to stick a target on your back and run around clucking like a chicken on heat. Strangely that seems to be exactly what Ford has done with their latest Ford Focus ad-campaign: The benchmark? The benchmark? I do not want to drive the benchmark. The benchmark is the minimum. You want to aim above the benchmark. Nobody ambitious ever just reaches the benchmark, they supercede it. That’s the nature …

Continue reading →

Telkom-Death-HOWTO

While SNO continues to lie inanimate on the ground, we cannot continue to tolerate Telkom’s outrageous monopoly. And thus it is with great defiant pleasure I introduce you to “Wireless Networking in the Developing World” – a practical guide to planning and building low-cost telecommunications infrastructure. What’s more – this book is free (as in beer) with a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license. I browsed the index and a couple of pages – it looks …

Continue reading →