Monthly Archives: May 2013

Wants and Needs, or How I Managed to Ignore Chrome

Time and time again I see threads on forums, posts on other blogs, or advertising copy that focuses on the coolness factor, versus function. It’s a huge factor in firearms sales outdoor sporting goods and general techie toys. But it … Continue reading

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Micro-Caches

Just finished reading some thoughts by another blogger – Selco. One of the things he brought up was caching, and issues thereof. I dropped a reply in his comments area, to another poster, and mentioned microcaches. Simple enough idea, especially … Continue reading

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