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Vote 1: Remote

If death, taxes and Microsoft profits are certainties, then uncertainty can be defined by trying to pick a federal election date. Maybe by the time you read this.

Scriptless spells disaster

I had been under the impression that most IDE drives automatically remap data as bad sectors develop. Unfortunately, SMART is only smart about monitoring and reporting problems.

Convince and conquer

Wake up, open source community. The battle is not for the desktop; it is not for the server; it is not for the operating system; it is not for the development environment; it is not about the GNU General Public Licence (GPL) vs. Microsoft's business ...

A digital dilemma

Digital photography is still trying to make the leap from being a professional pastime to a consumer must-have like its film cousin. A sure-fire way to know it has caught on is when your mum is toting a digital camera at the next family gathering!

The meeting of like minds

My least favourite attempts at community building are those wretched online surveys. It seems every commercial Web site has the mandatory row of radio buttons asking for your opinion on the vacuous topic of the day, seemingly in an attempt to get you...

Cleaning up the code

I find it amusing that Windows is often called the server platform with the most applications, simply because it has traditionally been the platform with the most desktop applications.

Back to the future

It really is hard to believe how quickly things change in IT. Unless you see it in black and white, it can be quite hard to fathom the distances travelled, yet we take them in our stride every day.

On the money

Why pay a bank or the archetypal middle-man to manage your assets when you can do it yourself?

Modifying PHP Nuke

PHP is irresistible because you can use PHP to crank out MySQL data and turn it into a page of information more easily than just about any other Web programming system.

Smart economics: Oz brain training

One of the technological brains which had drained from Australia during the last decade wanted to come home. Innovation, however, requires innovators, of which there is a limited supply and for which there is a global demand.

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