June 2005 - Posts
Well I finally got around to ripping our honeymoon pictures off of my Camera - no, nothing X-Rated!
We spent a few days in motels in the Kelowna and Pentiction of the southern-interior of BC. It was an easy drive from Vancouver, under 4 hours and it really gave us a good chance to sit back at the beach and pool side and relax.
Here is my favorite pict of the trip:
Are you confused with the stack and the heap and where/when your variables are actually placed on each?
Read Jon Skeets arcticle on the subject.
Due to the annoying poker crap that is getting posted to my blog, feedback moderation is now turned on.
This just flew by my radar this morning, Canada has introduced a new Copyright Bill.
Bill C-60 is available online as a PDF
"As expected, the TPM provisions do not cover devices that can be used to infringe. Rather, they target persons who circumvent for a purpose that constitutes copyright infringement or for the purposes of making a private copy. The provisions also target people who offer services to circumvent. Note that there is further limitation on users here as subsequent actions with circumvented material that prejudice the owner of the copyright is not permitted. In other words, the circumvention may be lawful, but the subsequent use of the work may not."
"There are also some new limitations on what can be done with copies made under the private copying system. In particular, it becomes an infringement to knowingly sell, rent, trade, distribute or communicate copies made for private use under Section 80(1). This does not alter the right to make a personal copy (including a P2P download) but does set some tough limits on what users are entitled to do with those copies."
Interesting article a co-worker forwarded to me...
"Summary: Unpaid overtime has negative personal and business consequences. Although regarded as free time by many organizations, there is a true business cost to not estimating or counting overtime hours, whether paid or not. In this week's column, Ed Weller presents the argument that those who do not count free time in their planning and tracking will make poor decisions and often invest in the wrong projects."
After it scans your drive in, it gives a great visual representation of your drive. Useful for deleting unused files that just eat up your disk space.
Katerina and I finally tied the knot - June 4, 2005. Excellent turn out, nothing big went wrong, what an awesome day!
Some pictures here... (I will update them as more friends and family send them in to me)
There was a delay in my posting to my blog because of the obvious rush around the date. We got hitched, moved in with each other, AND went on a quick (1 week) honeymoon into the interior of BC - Penticton, Kelowna, Osoyoos, etc.
For those that are wondering about kids, well it is in the 5 year plan, late, but still there. ;)