Monthly Archives: January 2008

Line-bar graphs and Pie charts for your web application

If you ever needed to display reports of information in a visual way in your web application then you’ll appreciate Open Flash Chart. This flash based charting library has everything. From line graphs, bar graphs, pie charts, mixed line/bar graphs and more with the ability to add hovers, custom colors, sizes and web links. The […]

Sun acquires MySQL

If you have not herd, Sun Microsystems is acquiring MySQL. I think this is a great move, especially since Sun has embraced the open source community as strong, if not stronger, than other large companies such as IBM, Yahoo and Google. Article: http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/sun-to-acquire-mysql.html I think the move is a good one for MySQL. With the […]

Netflix on computer plus 50 DLP TV equals AWESOME

Netflix‘s recent announcement that customers can watch as many movies and TV shows on their PC recently motivated me to check out the online service. I have to say the service is AWESOME! We recently purchased a new 50″ DLP HD TV which includes many inputs including VGA. So we hooked up a computer and […]

Firefox Crashes because of QuickTime

Well, I’ve finally found others who are finding the same problem. I will be surfing the net, open a page and bam! Firefox crashes. More recently the computer was running slow when Firefox crashed and I swear I saw a pop up from quicktime asking me if I’d like to update. Since then, I’ve used […]

New Year Update

It’s been a while since I blogged anything. I’ve been very busy. Here is my update of what is going on in my life. RawVoice Been very busy working on a number of projects as usual. We are about to launch a new web site on Monday, January 14, 2008. If things go well, we’ll […]