Just like the title said it’s not that hard and it one of the most important things in software and process development is the the Documentation part. But it’s most often the most over looked do to time and no short term benefit. But long term after the developer has forgotten what they did back then the documentation they have written will still be there for the next developer to come along and revise, enhance, or just get a better understanding of what is taking place and how it done.
So as the 2009 season wraps up unhopeful unless a major blessing happens, today I started playing with the photo collage feature on Picasa 3 and I thought I would put together a White Sox one from all my photos over years with family and friends.
Last week i got the new Blackberry 8520 Curve and i though I would write my first five things similar to ones did on the blackberry blog site. Since i this my third blackberry I’ve got my steps setting up down pretty good. Download Google Mobile Apps; OMG this has got to be my used applications on my blackberry. First the Google sync is one hell of an application it syncs up my address book and calendar to my Gmail account.
I’m a really big fan of micro-Blog services for a couple reasons one I hate writing long blog postings and the other is just the simplicity of the technology I can just post to it with one hand while driving or while eating, or sitting in a meeting. Since I begin twittering just about three months ago I’ve posted over 600 updates. Everything from my daily status to just random questions, but hey so check out my stats below of my usage patterns.
Ahh it’s the most wonderful time of the year, the sun is shining the grass is growing nice and green. It couldn’t be more picture perfect. I’m just relaxing at home outside with a miller lite and my laptop. I figure today was a great day to spend a little time cleaning up my network. My home is scanning for duplicate files across my network and when it’s done it will be time to dump some of those too.
On July 9th 2002 Gogorichie.com was born. Here are some stats recorded during the last year. 3,318 unique visitors came to the site, as determined by typical behavior of browsers with a non-rotating IP address and including a projection of the true number of visitors with rotating IP addresses. The web site received 5,693 visits. A typical visitor examined 17.19 distinct files before leaving the site. A typical visit lasted for 6.