Monthly Archives June 2006

Teen-only ringtone

NYTimes just reported on a new type of ring tones that is inaudible to adults. “While most human communication takes place in a frequency range between 200 and 8,000 hertz (a hertz being the scientific unit of frequency equal to one cycle per second), most adults’ ability to hear frequencies higher than that begins to […]

cfdocument is breaking my heart

I have been facing a challenge of using cfdocument to create very nasty and mean looking reports. After boasting about all CF can do, I guess getting reports out on PDF should be as simple as abc. Alas, I think I boasted one more time too many. The cfdocument rendition of anything apart from simple […]

Welcome to the World, Baby Kaka

One of my friends just dropped a bouncing baby boy too. He’s Oluwasubomi Oluwaseyi, Ayotomiwa, Oluwakayode, Iseoluwa, Oluwatosin, Oladimeji, David, Emmanuel Kaka. I use to think my baby has the longest name but am sure this one beats her hands down… Congratulations to the Kakas.

Adieu! GoLive and Freehand

The recent marriage of Adobe and Macromedia has produced its first set of casualties. Adobe has announced that it would be discontinuing GoLive and Freehand. This link is in French. Don’t bother asking me if I can read Farancé. GoLive will step aside for the almighty Dreamweaver while Freehand will bow to Illustrator. Dreamweaver will […]

Open Source ColdFusion?

Vince Bonfatti is asking questions if Blue Dragon should be open sourced. I guess some dudes have been laying it on him. I don’t think so. Must everything be open sourced?