Archive for February, 2009

Interleave Just Got Better

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

.. thanks to me. I just wanted to toot my own horn and let everyone know that a modification I made to our local Centre for Teaching, Learning and Educational Technologies “Client Relationship Manager” (AKA any other set of words that match CRM) called INTERLEAVE will be incorporated into the next release. Interleave is a… Continue Reading Interleave Just Got Better

Google Sync Rocks!

Friday, February 13th, 2009

I am loving Google Sync for my iPhone! Google recently announced their Google Sync service for the iPhone. The highlights are it leverages the great Google Mail (plus Contacts) and Calendar services with the best sync/push protocol out there: Microsoft’s Active Sync. At work, Brock University, migrating our small department to MS Exchange has been… Continue Reading Google Sync Rocks!

Tomorrow’s GTA Gas Price Today!

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

View RSS feed If you haven’t been there yet I highly recommend MP Dan McTeague’s “Tomorrow’s Gas Prices Today” web site. It delivers what it promises based on a formula that factors in today’s closing price for bulk gas on the New York exchange and projects tomorrow’s price. –Updated Friday; March 12, 2010 The site… Continue Reading Tomorrow’s GTA Gas Price Today!

Groundhog Day Coin Flip

Monday, February 2nd, 2009

After learning today that Groundhogs have about a 30% accuracy record for predicting the end of winter I’ve decided to get in the game myself: I’ve flipped a coin. The rules were: Heads: Spring comes early (good for a head cold) Tails: 6 more weeks of winter (a long tale) This year’s result: Tails –… Continue Reading Groundhog Day Coin Flip