Finally, Michigan Stadium can accommodate the entire population of the U.S. Virgin Islands
Go Blue! Finally, Michigan Stadium can accommodate the entire population of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Insane bike test epic fail!
Yow! Hope this guy is ok!
Software I Can’t Live Without: KeePass Password Safe and ZumoDrive
Working with new technology on a daily basis, I invariably come across some really great software programs that make my life a whole lot easier. I decided to start a blog series titled “Software I Can’t Live Without.” And yes, the title pretty much says it all. I’ll be featuring programs that are either indispensable […]
Pulling your Twitter Home Page into Google Reader using RSS
I know that there are many Twitter client programs out there, but I think that one of the most efficient ways to quickly read through all of the Twitter updates of people you follow is through an RSS reader (Google Reader is my favorite). However, the Twitter RSS feed for your home page is an […]
Yum Update Fails with Unresolved Dependency Errors on RedHat EL 5
I was trying to update some of my RedHat EL 5 servers to the latest updates by running: yum update Unfortunately, I kept running into unresolved dependency errors like these: –> Missing Dependency: libebook-1.2.so.9 is needed by package 1:control-center-2.16.0-16.el5.i386 (installed) Error: Missing Dependency: libecal-1.2.so.7 is needed by package gnome-panel-2.16.1-7.el5.i386 (installed) Error: Missing Dependency: ghostscript is […]
Blackberry Professional Server – Blackberry Controller Service Will Not Start
Today we had a problem on our Blackberry Professional Server where the “Blackberry Controller” service was stopped and would not start. Trying to manually start the service would give us the following error: The BlackBerry Controller service terminated with service-specific error 5003 (0x138B). Luckily, the fix was easy. There seemed to be some contention with […]
Force Microsoft Outlook to Specify Sending Address to Use
I have 9 different email accounts set up in Microsoft Outlook (mostly free Google Apps IMAP accounts), and while it works great for receiving and replying to messages, I have found myself often sending from the “default account” in Outlook rather than the account I meant to send from. The reason is that when you […]