Eric Bosler, exhibition curator.
Mailing labels Once the postcards arrived, mailing labels moved to the top of my list. I have several sources of addresses: Outlook contacts in two profiles, and several Excel spreadsheets. There are duplicate names. I have physical addresses for some people, e-mail addresses for others, and both for many. I would like to minimize the… [Read More]
Yesterday, the big brown truck showed up with two boxes. The smaller one held the envelopes, and the larger one contained 500 exhibition announcements. I ripped into the big box and pulled out a sample; it was gorgeous. Modern has certainly upped its game since the last time I used them. They always did good… [Read More]
(If you don’t know what an OOBE is, look here.) I’ve been sick for the past few days, and have had to spend most of my time in bed, so I was pleased yesterday when the FedEx truck rolled up with my Verizon Droid X. Making friends with it was something that I could do… [Read More]
A guru speaks on multicore programming About 2 ½ years ago I wrote a fairly pessimistic post about the utility of multicore chips. I read this morning in the July issue of IEEE Spectrum an article by David Patterson a famed computer researcher at UC Berkeley on the same subject. His conclusions are approximately the… [Read More]