Monthly Archives: November 2004

Web Programming Texts

Programming the World Wide Web, Second Edition by Robert W. Sebesta and Webmaster in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition by Stephen Spainhour and Robert Eckstein.  These books are required texts for a class I’m taking towards a Computer Science Masters degree at the University … Continue reading

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Computer Networking

Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, Second Edition, by James F. Kurose and Keith W. Ross.  This book is a required text for a class I’m taking towards a Computer Science Masters degree at the University of Missouri … Continue reading

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Was Darwin Wrong?

Since the Election, the religious right has taken Bush’s victory as a mandate for their agenda. From the “moral values” of sexual politics to media obscenity, the religious right is flexing its muscle. One area is educational curricula, particularly an … Continue reading

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FormLayout and GridBagLayout

I recently joined a project that has switched from GridBagLayout to JGoodies’ FormLayout as a standard.  I’m happy about about this decision, because I have been using FormLayout for over a year.  However, one of my fellow developers is very … Continue reading

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Been a little too quiet

I haven’t posted much here lately.  In fact, it’s been since the day after the election and the day before I started a new job.  There’s been enough election analysis for anyone to consume, and I really have nothing to … Continue reading

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What do we do now?

At the moment according to CNN, Bush is up 254-252, with Ohio, Iowa, and New Mexico unresolved.  Unfortunately, Bush leads in all three states, so he will probably win the presidency 286-252, with about a three million vote advantage in … Continue reading

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Last week of a life on hold

I start work on Thursday.  My month of unemployment will soon come to an end, but I may be busier these last three days than I will be when I start working again.  Today, I’ll be at the local Kerry … Continue reading

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