Software as a service, high tech startup :: Morph Code :: Schedule of Events (February 14, 2008, 0) - Winston Damarillo is an all-around cool guy and a serial tech entrepreneur who wants to help more people start up tech companies in the Philippines. So he put together Mor.ph, and now Mor.ph is holding a bootcamp for aspiring tech entrepreneurs. It’s also a business competition, so if you win, you get funding, support, and
Thoughts from the Social Tech Brewing org meeting (June 20, 2006, 0) - Although it wasn’t easy dragging myself away from what I had planned
for the day, I’m glad I attended the Social Tech Brewing planning
session for the upcoming topic: women in technology.
Jane and Nadia are thinking of putting together a workshop right
before the Social Tech Brewing August event. The workshop will teach
foreign-trained IT professionals the basics of
Collaboration (September 28, 2005, 0) - Also via tech.memeorandum: Chris Pratley: Working as a team with a shared notebook
Interesting support for collaboration…
Two years ago (December 8, 2005, 0) - Was it really just two years ago today that I learned that free tech
support gets you so much more than just vanilla ice cream from
Jollibee? <impish grin>
For the record, I’m _soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo_ glad that I
got into Linux. =)
TCP window scaling, or zomg the Internet works for me again (November 19, 2008, 1) - Sites such as aircanada.com, pcfinancial.ca, and (horror of horrors!) torontopubliclibrary.ca had gotten _unbearably_ slow on Linux.
Here’s how I fixed it (as root):
echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_window_scaling
I love you, Ubuntu forums.