Our Constitution defines the rules that guide our nation. It was drafted by those who looked around the world of the eighteenth century and saw persecution, torture, and other crimes against humanity and believed that America could be better than that.-- Leon Panetta, "No Torture. No exceptions."
So now we're going to try something different. The only way to improve is with practice, and we'd like to get better at being a creative, vital influence on the rest of the world. The day job just isn't cutting it. So every day, we'll be creating something. It might be a photograph, an art project, a mix tape, or even just a considered blog post... but everyday, *every day*, we'll be putting something back into the world. Today, of course, is the redesign of the site.
Living in monospace type will make you a connisseur. Inconsolata is one of the best I've seen. The curves are lovely, and the effect clean and legible. See the attached preview image.
In case there's still any confusion:
usage via importing or subclassing of classes in an lgpl jar DOES NOT create a derivative of the lgpl jar that requires the application/library using the lgpl jar to be released under the LGPL.-- Scott Stark
Bruce Schneier is one of the top computer security researchers in the world. Among many other things, he invented the term "security theater." He interviewed Kip Hawley, the TSA Administrator. It's a fantastic conversation. It's serialized here: http://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2007/07/conversation_wi_4.html
For OS X users struggling with the poor integration between Salesforce.com and the native Address Book.app and iCal programs, deliverance is at hand, in the form of PocketSoap's SF3. SF3 will let you synchronize both calendar and contacts with Salesforce.com. Huzzah.