Monthly Archives: October 2004

Book Review: The High Price of Materialism

A couple of weeks ago I saw a book in the semi-weekly newsletter that I get from MIT Press called “The High Price of Materialism” (buy on MIT Press, Amazon) (oops, now that I look I actually added it to … Continue reading

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Pretty Quiet Around Here

Hello friends! I’ve been ignoring you: the house, the new dog, the kid (due in December), a bulging disk in my lower back (ouch) and a new site (http://blackberryblog.com/) have been taking up 100% of my time. I promise I’ll … Continue reading

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SQL Server Type 4 Drivers: jTDS

A couple months ago I wrote about problems I was having with Tomcat and SQL Server where I would get Connection reset by peer errors if the SQL Server was restarted. A couple people commented that instead of using the … Continue reading

Posted in J2EE | 6 Comments

daily links

· Bloglines API · Paul Graham on what the Bubble got right: “… what would be wrong would be that how one presented oneself counted more than the quality of one’s ideas. That’s the problem with formality. Dressing up is … Continue reading

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