Rather disturbed to see that Open Source Media has an office manager.
- Crate/office training
Never heard of it, but it reminds me that we lack a Wikipedia page on office culture, to include the following:
Office training is the process of teaching a human to accept an office as a familiar and safe location. Advocates claim that humans are den-dwelling animals and that a office can become a den substitute.
- Galen: not nuts
Galen is an indispensable early source for historians of the walnut, the hazelnut, the testicle, and so forth, but this does not explain why galen is used in Swedish to describe a disturbed person.
- 100+ tabs mean Firefox session restore from backup doesn’t work
But there’s still a way of rescuing all that crap you’ve accumulated.
- Proprietary digital mapping query
Just in case any of you are experts in this kind of thing, here’s where I’m at:
- Data collection is fine. My Garmin eTrex Vista HCx doesn’t get near the sales claim that “Deep foliage, nor canyons phase the rugged eTrex Vista HCx”–it gets lost quite easily between quite modest buildings in down-town Barcelona–but it’s OK.