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April 7, 2007

An Update from Alistair Begg on His Health « The God and Culture Blog

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Alistair: Well, you’re very kind to ask. My health is ostensibly fine. I have no symptoms or anything. That cancer in the prostrate was picked up due to the very careful work of my doctor, for whom I am very grateful. And so, yeah, I’ll be with you, what is it, on the Wednesday? And then the following Monday (April 23) I have this radical prostatectomy surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. I’m anticipating a very exciting day on Monday the 23rd and hopefully a very successful one from the doctor’s perspective. And then a few weeks of trying to recover from that and get on an even keel again. I’m in the best of hands in the Clinic in Cleveland, and of course I believe the surgeon’s hands are held by higher hands than his, so that’s where I rest.

Source: An Update from Alistair Begg on His Health « The God and Culture Blog


April 2, 2007

Posted from Windows Live Writer!

Filed under: Uncategorized — dannywahlquist @ 11:57 am

Posted from Windows Live Writer!

April 1, 2007

Marriage Mission Statement

Filed under: Uncategorized — dannywahlquist @ 2:46 am


pay the price to create a family mission statement and envision your 50th wedding anniversary

Source: Marriage Mission Statement

Forbes.com – Magazine Article

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Despite all our gains in technology, product innovation and world markets, most people are not thriving in the organizations they work for. They are neither fulfilled nor excited. They are frustrated. They are not clear about where the organization is headed or what its highest priorities are. They are bogged down and distracted. Most of all, they don’t feel they can change much. Can you imagine the personal and organizational cost of failing to fully engage the passion, talent and intelligence of the workforce? Can you imagine the waste of time, energy and resources?

Source: Forbes.com – Magazine Article

SOUND OFF!!! – Do fieldbuses have burning pants?

Filed under: Uncategorized — dannywahlquist @ 2:31 am


Why don’t you all want to include HART in the numbers game? It is simple…there are roughly 22 million installed HART devices in process automation. This is a number that absolutely dwarfs Profibus-PA and Foundation Fieldbus, both of whom have roughly a half million by third party count, and close to 650K each by their own counts, which may be, well, optimistic.

Source: SOUND OFF!!! – Do fieldbuses have burning pants?

Extending documentation formats and facilities using the Docbook base | Free Software Magazine

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The result means that you can now access the MySQL reference manual directly within the Eclipse application, which should make working with the MySQL JDBC driver, and MySQL projects in general, much easier, because you don’t have to go switching between the different applications to find what you want.

Source: Extending documentation formats and facilities using the Docbook base | Free Software Magazine

Gilbert’s Blog : Weblog

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All agile methodologies preach delivering working software early and continuously. To achieve this an automated development environment is beneficial. It is also important to get a new project up and running quickly. To this end here is a suggested development environment made up of open source tools along with instructions for getting up and running.

Source: Gilbert’s Blog : Weblog

Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life – Open Source is Dead

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Specifically, the value of Twitter to its users is less about its functionality and more about the fact that their friends use it. This is the same as it is for other kinds of social/communications software like Facebook or Windows Live Messenger. Features are what gets the initial users in the door but it’s the social network that keeps them there. This is a classic example of how social software is the new vendor lock-in.

Source: Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life – Open Source is Dead

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