I hereby claim to have proven, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Mondays are much better when they fall on Tuesdays (yesterday was a national holiday here). Nevertheless, the usual Monday symptoms abound: my corporate domain password expired today, of all days - leading to the usual fiddling around with domain logons and password changes on two computers, three e-mail clients, my PDA and my phone - my inbox overflowed with internal design specs for yet another everything-but-the-kitchen-sink architectural design, and I found myself gawking at the Ethereal source code looking for the right place to customize the 3GPP-specific RADIUS attributes parser.
All in a day's work, I guess.
Odds and Ends
- DSC-T1 Review. I want one, just making cats look like that is worth half the price.
- Apple updated Soundtrack, one of the apps I'd love to have real use for. No new Cinema Displays yet, though. Bummer.
- China forces their own brand of Wi-Fi security (if you ask me, they're probably doing the right thing, given the current standards mess). More.
- Mobitopia reviews the PEG-UX50 (I wonder how long it will take for a better model to pop up)
- Vodafone KK launches first TV phone. When pushed for market share, innovate.
- Everybody's doing music stores. But who can sell decent hardware to go with them?
- Glenn's nice commentary on SSL-based VPNs, and a word on iPass. I've always said GRIC and iPass were the real roaming powerhouses for Wi-Fi, and this seems to confirm it.
- Using ntfs.sys under Linux. Talk about living dangerously...
- Women want Wireless. Oh, and UMTS, too. I wonder how many "Oooh, look at these shoes!" video messages will be flying around next year?