Archive for December, 2006

On Craniometry

We were talking about our new company logo’d hats at work. You know, your typical conversation… Why shouldn’t you wear hats to work? Why don’t I and of course each person had to ramble about why they didn’t wear hats… and my favorite people, Dev1 and Dev2 said this:


What Tarot Card are You? I am the Hierophant

Yup, I did one of those awesome online tests… What Tarot Card are You? Turns out I am the Hierophant.

The role of the hierophant in religion is to bring the congregants into the presence of that which is deemed holy. The word comes from Ancient Greece, where it was constructed from the [...]

Announcing the Vancouver PHP Conference

Shane Caraveo asked me to announce to Seattle PHP’ers that they are holding the Vancouver PHP conference February 12th and 13th, 2007.

Interested in speaking? You need to to send an abstract and bio to Shane Caraveo in the next 48 hours, so get on it!

More details can be found at

Modeling Test Heuristics with Mind Maps

Grig Gheorghiu linked to this awesome post by Jonathan Kohl on Modeling Test Heuristics.

I’ve stolen his his graphic in an attempt to get you to go check out more of his interesting posts.

Using a LCD? Make sure it’s configured correctly!

Jeff Atwood posted about LCD Progress today pointing out how to make sure you are setup for using your shiny new LCD monitor. He lists the following:

Always use the DVI port to connect your LCD. Set your monitor’s refresh rate to 60 Hertz.

I would like to add [...]