Not a title you'd typically expect for a Lotus-geek related post, but I'm using it for good reason. A couple years ago I came up with this org chart hierarchy database that would create a visual representation of a person in the address book, showing their manager, their peers, and their subordinates, all based on… Continue reading A reformed sinner
Hehehe... Ed Brill is in Singapore this week and posted this photo from the Lotusphere Comes to You conference: I've been to Lotusphere in Orlando three times, and I've never seen that kind of advertising. Seems like something more out of SEMA than Big Blue.
So far, this week at work has been mostly about this little gem. Microsoft lost a patent lawsuit with Eolas, a company with yet another stupid technology patent for embedding a plugin in a webpage, using something simple and logical like an <embed> tag. Since Microsoft lost this lawsuit, they're changing IE so that if… Continue reading Preparing for the onslaught