I am very honored to become a board member of the Curriculum Advisory Committee (CAC) at University of Nebraska, Omaha (UNO). It was exciting to see Academia and Industry collaborate and solve common problems! I will be going back to UNO to give a guest presentation to graduate students on visualization of data. Advertisements
I bought Snow Leopard (Mac OS 10.6) and installed in on one of my machines. I am performing an installation on my MacBook, and to while away time, decided to check my mails via Entourage. When I started Shimo for establishing my VPN connection, I got the following error: Error 51: Unable to communicate with […]
Google just released an update for their Mobile App for the iPhone. Among the things they fixed was the version number! Wow! That was some critical bug fix they got out there! But it is pretty hilarious!
Now, this is something! After Mozilla kept blowing their horn over all the security improvements, and how “Larry”, that security guy in the yellow square would protect users, it seems that it has turned back and bit Mozilla in the ass! Mozilla fail for sure!
Here is a tip to move from one screen to another on the iPhone. Instead of swiping your finger in the direction of movement, to move from screen to screen, it is enough if you tap your finger near the edge of the home screen, just above the dock. This way, you can reduce the […]
The other day, I was getting pretty bored and decided to just aimlessly browse for a while. I fired up Firefox and went to the Google main page and tried to find some interesting sites. As I started typing random characters, Google promptly tried suggesting topics for me. This gave me an idea and I […]
Blogging from the iPhone has become so much easier thanks to this new application called EasyWriter. This allows me to type in landscape mode, with two fingers. This considerably increases the speed of typing, but at the same time, increases the number of typos that occur. However, I don’t have to worry so much about […]