Daily Archives: March 25, 2005
I wasn’t a big fan of the story of Beauty and the Beast until the day I stumbled across Robin McKinley when I was 12. Although the first book of hers I devoured was The Blue Sword, it didn’t take me long to discover Beauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast. […]
Thanks to the joys of wireless networks, laptops, and the rare conjunction of having a free evening, enough energy to do something about it, and enough brainpower to remember what all I want to do, I’m sitting in bed next to Steph (who is reading) and getting some bits and scraps of stuff done. [Steph: […]
I was asked by our priest if I could provide some quiet background guitar music for my church’s Maundy Thursday service. I agreed, and when time came to head down to the church tonight, I decided to walk. It’s only ten minutes away by foot and I can always use the exercise. My fingers are […]
See my work blog for more details, but the gist of it is that Sun is closing off even more information that is currently publicly available, in favor of restricting it to those who have support contracts.
Sun has long had an impressive amount of documentation and support material on their website, in the form of SunSolve. That appears to be changing in the near future. From the Sunsolve website:
Sun is streamlining online support, and access to information on SunSolve and in the Sun System Handbook will change.
SunSolve and the Handbook provide information to two different audiences:
(1) the general Sun Community
(2) Sun Service Plan or Contract customers
The type of information available to these two audiences will be changing starting on April 5, 2005.
At least this doesn’t appear to be affecting their online documentation. This is, in my opinion, not the smartest move for […]
Oh, right, since I forget to mention it — we got the last chapter of the Exchange Cookbook off to our editor’s hands (and thus into production) early last week, so I’ve actually had some free time again in the evenings. I now need to get Once Upon a Time in Seattle finished and off […]
And you’ll see what I mean if you take a look at this nifty link to transparent backgrounds (thanks to Adam for the link). The cat has to be my favorite.